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A Game the NFL Can't Win

Zdravko Wrote: Feb 03, 2013 7:39 AM
That thing about asbesthos: in the US the asbesthos used was long-fiber one mined mainly in Canada. That kind cannot physically be breathed in to lodge in the lung. However, the legions of lawyer-hyenas have made themselves milionaires and are still trolling on TV for "victims". Asbesthos has been replaced by various plastic and gypsum products for insulation purposes. The fall of the world Trade towers in only one hour must be blamed on forced replacement of asbesthos fire protection by plastic products; also, the burning space ship as well was caused by replacing asbesthos insulation by plastic foam. This war against asbesthos is nothing less that a crime against humanity.
Michael in the P/R of ATL Wrote: Feb 03, 2013 9:45 AM
Sounds like the war on DDT, which has cleared the way for the malarial parasite to kill more people than any other disease. Lefty lawyers and authors at their "best".

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