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  • Reuben_the_Red

    This must be one of the top ten stories of the year. In an effort to produce more corn-derived food-like substances, the pesticide companies which own all the seeds from whence all such agri-industrial contrivances originate are using herbicides and pesticides that fuck up the reproductive capabilities of fish, frogs, birds, and yes even humans, including but not limited to giving us underdeveloped penises, microphallus, which sounds bad too, and if that ain’t enough, also a lowered sperm count. Personally I’d rather have an undeveloped economy than an underdeveloped penis.

    The real kick is that the food-like products they’re most interested in making are little more than seven hundred and three different kinds of corn-derived junk food and beverages which will give you diabetes, heart disease, and also lower sperm count.

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but isn’t releasing all of these hormones into the planet’s ecosystems incredibly reckless at best, certainly negligent, but also possibly insane? On a biological evolutionary scale, there have been major catastrophes and climate and atmospheric changes which tripped prior mass extinction events, but never before has this kind of chemical mass disruption of biological processes even been possible, right? And yet the pesticide companies that own all these seeds are paying scientists to lie to us and tell us it’s all okay. And most of the time, we’re optimistic about the future of food production. And every once in a while, something like this slips through the cracks of the vast corporate-media-PR-reeducation complex.

    Welcome to the future. Enjoy it while it lasts.

  • Hadrian999

    when you attack someone, they attack you back

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