Poulan Pioneer 2050 Chainsaw Parts

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Aldous Huxley was a real pioneer in this field, reportedly using psychedelic drugs to smooth his own passing. Check out his work...

1 2016-12-10 22:02:24 - taopraxis
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Ah, who cares, we got plenty of Americans. What if a few more get killed, as long as profits are made? Where's our pioneer spirit?

21 2016-04-05 18:37:55 - David Devonis
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The UK has had unusual success in attracting highly skilled migrants from outside of the European Union. Unfortunately our present Conservative government is so desperate to appease its right wing that it has restricted this.

Muslims make up only a small proportion of the EU population but on average have a higher birth rate than non-Muslims (http://blogs.channel4.com/factcheck/factcheck-will-britain-have-a-muslim... though this gap is expected to narrow over time.

Why did you want to know about Muslims in particular?
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5 2015-12-16 08:59:25 - Phil
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Debra: in 2050, Mr. Brooks won't be here -- neither will I for that matter -- or if we are, it will in a nursing home.

We need to deal with the world as it IS NOW -- not the world that lefties like you fantasize it will be in 2050. It is worth noting that most lefty predictions of the world of 2013 never materialized.

0 2015-11-11 20:51:13 - Concerned Citizen
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Your rosy view of history needs a little revision. Those lucky pioneer guys covered in manure, dirt, and motor oil also frequently died from minor skin infections caused by all those lovely bacteria crawling all over them. And the women who had 10-15 kids--are those the kids who lived or the ones who died? Pioneer death rates were very high..in large measure due to infections. Women died after childbirth, and kids often died before the age of 5. Let's not romanticize the past and forget the TRUTH in a frenzy to embrace this new theory. This is a lot more complicated than a story about washing ones hands and hair. I just got out of the hospital after 5 days of not being able to wash. I felt disgusting. The healthiest thing I did for myself was to wash my own and the hospital-acquired germs off of me as soon as possible.

6 2015-09-16 10:55:25 - Janet
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Debra: in 2050, Mr. Brooks won't be here -- neither will I for that matter -- or if we are, it will in a nursing home.

We need to deal with the world as it IS NOW -- not the world that lefties like you fantasize it will be in 2050. It is worth noting that most lefty predictions of the world of 2013 never materialized.

0 2015-06-06 16:16:10 - Concerned Citizen
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This article is an important counterpoint to Krugman and others, who have recently embraced optimism regarding climate change. The availability of substantially cheaper alternative energy technologies is cause for (some) celebration and deep policy change. Nevertheless, I have seen nothing to suggest that this technology will prevent the forthcoming climate apocalypse. Scientists tell us that we must act by 2050 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40-70% to avoid drastic changes to the climate. Even the most advanced effort by any country, Germany, to put in place alternative energy seeks a 30% use of alternative sources (15% of which is use of biofuels that the country is not likely to expand upon). While that might seem to put 40% reductions within reach, it must also be remembered that the world's population is projected to grow by 50% from 6 billion to 9 billion by 2050 (and substantially more beyond that) and billions in the world's developing economies are on track to be using vastly more energy in the near future. According to one report Krugman cites as cause for optimism this week, energy use would increase by 80% by 2050, and that seems low. The world's political establishments have strong vested interests in dirty energy. If a dramatic change in politics, driven by the public, were to push most major countries toward substantial policy changes, the new alternative energy technologies could take off and save us. But it will take everyone's commitment.

6 2015-02-11 06:46:03 - Peter
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Circa 2050, if then.

4 2014-11-07 23:34:38 - Charles

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