Radioactive Waste Debate

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Fred Cherry

Jun 17, 1998, 3:00:00 AM6/17/98

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Subject: Radioactive Waste Debate
Date: Mon, 15 Jun 1998 10:21:18 -0700
"M. Russ" <> wrote:

> I'm hoping to initiate a discussion (ideally one which extends beyond
> the usual mud-slinging) which seekes to address the issue(s) related to
> radioactive waste disposal. Specifically, why, given the magnitude of
> the problem, most mainstream environmental lobbys and organizations
> don't appear to have taken a specific stand one way or another. I know
> that such a statement seems odd but, I think, if one does a bit of
> investigationg they'll find that the issue seems to be a red herring and
> that even groups such as the Sierra Club, Environmental Defense Fund and
> others seem to be hiding their heads in the ground as far as
> contributing to the debate one way or another.
> Good examples seem to be the silence surrounding high level waste
> disposal facilities such as DOE's Yucca Mountain (proposed) Project and
> the EPA's Waste Isolation Pilot Project (WIPP).
> Ray Russ
> <>

So, Mr. Russ, you seem to indicate that you are against mud-slinging.

Then how do you explain THIS, which you posted recently?


From: "M. Russ" <>
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Subject: Re: FRED CHERRY!
Date: Tue, 16 Jun 1998 15:21:33 -0700
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To: Fred Cherry <>

Pretty typical dodge there Fred. Can we get back to the question of your
self-loathing? You poor, closeted, knuckle-dragging piece of shit.

Fred Cherry wrote:

> (GAIL STOUT) writes:
> >Fred Cherry ( wrote:
> >: (Jess Anderson) writes:
> >Geesh, you still going at it after all these years? Are you going to
> >struggle with your sexuality for the rest of life?
> Listen, fatso.
> I'm not struggling with MY sexuality. I'm struggling against the sexuality
> of homosexual child-molesters and their allies. In other words, I'm
> struggling against NAMBLA, the most powerful and influential organization
> of child-molesters in the world.
> (Fred Cherry)


There seems to be an endless supply of you NAMBLA supporters, who keep
coming out of the woodwork.

Now, can you explain this bit about "self-loathing"? I fail to understand
how a person can be "self-loathing", merely because that person loathes
NAMBLA. Is that what they teach you at Stanford University? I doubt very
much that any course at Stanford University could have taught you that. So
where DID you come up with such an outlandish idea? (Fred Cherry)

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