Friday, September 07, 2007

Ban Dihydrogen Monoxide!


All rather confirms what I already know about the 'green' movement. Okay, you've done protesting, now get back to Mummy and Daddy's house in Berkshire.

(From Devil's Kitchen)

7 comments:

Kirby Uber said...

ahahha! hilarious... i *love* this.

Neal Asher said...

Must make the greenies really mad, what with the ecologist Dr Patrick Moore (served for nine years as President of Greenpeace Canada, as well as seven years as a Director of Greenpeace International) there to tell it how it is.

Ross C said...

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NovaWasp said...

That was brilliant. I especially enjoyed the irony that I had F1 Practice and NASCAR qualifying on in the back ground as I watched. Fortunately, those pricks weren't at that Mall when the Mrs. and I visited. I would have been furious if some god damned hippy had prevented me from Seeing the Washington Monument or the World War 2 Memorial.

Save the World. Shoot a Hippy.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if you went to a Republican rally and said that Dihydrogen Monoxide was a new narcotic that was completely legal and being used daily by many young children and they get so addicted that will die is it is withdrawn for more 7 days.
I wonder how many takers you would get?
The moral of the story is that people are dumb regardless of politics!

Drake Bodan

Olaf said...

Same thing but with some (then) celebrities and politicians signing up against the ficticious drug 'Cake'.

Done by the wonderful and sorely missed 'Brass Eye'.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0GxUxKZdHk

Dan said...

So...why Berkshire ?

Very true though, and always going to be an issue, hell it always has - how to stop those with adgenda's hijacking serious or potentially serious issues.