The first mistake Candace Carlisle made was to call John Baen and expert. I can’t stop laughing.
The second mistake she made was to quote him trying to make an analogy in reference to the EPA sanction against Range Resources for contaminating water.
“If one ambulance had a wreck, would you outlaw ambulances?” Baen said.
When I stop laughing, I might have more to say about this. In the meantime, I will try to think of a label for this.
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I hear stuff like this all the time when I go to meetings here in Marcellus country. I guess they think hicks in north central Pa are stupid to fall for these kind of statements. It usually backfires because we all laugh.
Someone needs to help this old man pick up his marbles and go home.
I hope that guy finds himself in one super ironic ambulance wreck.
Maybe Baen and Boone could go play marbles together somewhere.
Hmmmmm Mr. Baen if one school teacher molested a child should we perform background checks on ALL TEACHERS?
The analogies can swing both ways Mr. Real Estate (probably has royalties) expert.