Dear John

Written By: - Date published: 9:09 am, December 9th, 2008 - 3 comments
Categories: climate change - Tags: ,

In case, like me, you tend to mainly read the news online, here’s what was stuck to the Dominion Post this morning:

3 comments on “Dear John”

  1. And to think some people are stupid enough to give to this organization.

  2. QoT 2

    Brett, somehow your vague condemnation fails to cause me shame. It’s short, it’s to the point, it’s nowhere near as obnoxious as any of the half-a-dozen full-page BUY SHIT YOU DON’T NEED NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW SALE SALE SALE adverts throughout the same paper.

  3. dave 3

    Brett, your a worry dude, I suppose Greenpeace are all socialist dinosaurs that just want everyone to be communists?

    I thought they cared about the environment? or do you know something we don’t Brett? Do share please 🙂

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