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Shane Albritton
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English Teacher | Video Producer | SEO Consultant
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Shane Albritton commented on a video on YouTube.
Do you think they planned out the triple perm look, or did it just happen naturally? =)

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Were you satisfied with their answer to your question about what happens when the chemicals go down into the soil and spread via water at 11:05? You asked "Can it then be taken by the water and drift out that way?" and his response was "All pesticide products have been evaluated to be safe by the EPA." It seems to me that if anyone else had blatantly ignored your question by answering with a rote generality like that, you would have called them out on it. 

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You claim that GMOs were developed to lessen pesticide use. Monsanto's flagship GMO crop, RoundUp Ready, according to Monsanto's own website, exists for the express purpose of withstanding greater amounts of RoundUp. Monsanto successfully petitioned the EPA to INCREASE the allowable levels of Glyphosate residue in food in 2013. These statements are supported by the citations below.

From the National Institute of Health:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23756170

"Glyphosate induces human breast cancer cells growth via estrogen receptors."

From Monsanto's RoundUp Website:

( http://www.monsanto.com/products/documents/2013-roundup-powermax-weathermax-brochure.pdf )

"Roundup Technology® includes Monsanto’s glyphosate-based herbicide technologies."

From Monsanto's "RoundUp Ready" Website:

(http://www.monsanto.com/weedmanagement/pages/roundup-ready-system.aspx)

"Roundup Ready®  seeds, commercialized in 1996, contain in-plant tolerance to Roundup® agricultural herbicides. This means you can spray Roundup agricultural herbicides in-crop from emergence through flowering."

From the EPA's memorandum approving Monsanto's petition to increase allowable glyphosate residue in food:

http://www.regulations.gov/#!documentDetail;D=EPA-HQ-OPP-2012-0132-0010

"Acute and cancer aggregate risk assessments were not conducted since an appropriate endpoint attributable to a single dose was not identified for the general U.S. population or any population subgroup." 

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Shane Albritton commented on a video on YouTube.
Fear! Fear! Fear! Scaaaaaaaarrrrryyyy!!! 

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Ha! 

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Shane Albritton commented on a video on YouTube.
"C'mon cop! You can't do this dude! You're like, totally harshing my mellow!" 

Where's Scoob when you need him? 
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