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    Well behaved women rarely make history
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    Savor the irony...
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    Doubt they even care. Another "look at me" sham non-profit organization.
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    Go to the middle of the page here at greenpeace.org and click on 'Do we really want' video. It's absolulety ridiculous.

    Also check out msnbc video half way down article for greenpeace rubber boat video vs a Japanese whale ship. They are screaming for attention.

    This is by far the most worthless global non-profit organization.
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    Everyone has to play by rules...(and it is kind of ironic).
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    Quote Originally Posted by clairegrrl
    Kinda? I would leave the 'kinda' part out of it, cause it is irony by it's very definition.
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    you would expect better from them..
    At least this was only about nog having the proper plans, not about an actual spill..
    That would have been really ironic..
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    What's ironic is they use gasoline to power their engines. If they wanted to impress me they wouldn't be using our precious fossil fuels in their boats. They should be paddling out in the oceans.

    Quote Originally Posted by ToolkiT
    you would expect better from them..
    At least this was only about nog having the proper plans, not about an actual spill..
    That would have been really ironic..
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    Thought you folks might like this.


    Source: BBC

    Dead whale left outside embassy

    A huge beached whale has been dumped outside the Japanese embassy in Berlin. in a Greenpeace anti-whaling protest.

    The controversial environmental activists hauled the fin whale to Berlin from the Baltic coast after finding it beached on a sandbank.

    The dead whale measured 17 metres (56 ft) long and weighed 20 tons.

    Activists are trying to demonstrate that there is no need to kill the mammals for research - as Japan does - because cadavers can be found.
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    I wonder who removes it. Seriously, does green peace come back and pay for the removal or do they do nothing and local taxpayers pay for it's removal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Advance The Man
    I wonder who removes it. Seriously, does green peace come back and pay for the removal or do they do nothing and local taxpayers pay for it's removal?
    My bet is the latter.

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