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Re: [ppgbiglist] Foot Launchers Urged to Stop Anthropomorphic Induced Tectonic Plate Shift

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  • Mark Zinkel
    I guess that rules out foot drags. Mark ... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
    Message 1 of 31 , Mar 31, 2011
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      I guess that rules out foot drags.

      Mark

      On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 9:06 PM, WePPG <pgacca@...> wrote:

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      > This just in from A.P. Wire Service:
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      > "The Union of Concerned Scientists announced today that global warming
      > concerns must now take a backseat to the more serious concern of
      > anthropomorphic induced tectonic plate shift. The international scientific
      > community has reached consensus that the cumulative effect of human induced
      > friction against major tectonic plates that is caused by foot launching
      > powered paragliders correlates positively with an increase in catastrophic
      > earthquakes around the world. It is no longer morally sufficient to drive a
      > Prius and fly an electric powered paramotor if you are still foot launching.
      > You urged to reduce your friction footprint by switching to a trike or a
      > quad launched powered paraglider. Act now to save the planet!"
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      > Phil Adkison
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    • c_bultmann
      Awesome if we manage to get the continents back to the pre-jurassic positions that makes us neighbours with europe and we get our engine parts sooner as they
      Message 31 of 31 , Apr 2 8:30 AM
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        Awesome if we manage to get the continents back to the "pre-jurassic" positions that makes us neighbours with europe and we get our engine parts sooner as they don't have to put them on a real slow ship first.

        Christian


        > > If while at Beach Blast you guys do this as a group, might possibly return the plates to their pre-jurassic position, giving us en extra couple milennia to figure out a more definitive solution.
        > > :-)
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        > > Jorge
        > > Sent from my iPhone
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