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Topic # 86507 7-Jul-2011 19:48 Send private message

http://www.sunlive.co.nz/news/14063-care-given-tower-placement.html 

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  Reply # 490772 7-Jul-2011 20:19 Send private message

haters gonna hate, skaters gonna skate

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  Reply # 490821 7-Jul-2011 21:57 Send private message

"Not in my backyard" syndrome

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  Reply # 490871 8-Jul-2011 00:31 Send private message

Double Facepalm.
People are pathetic.

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  Reply # 491517 9-Jul-2011 21:18 Send private message

ugh, the sun produces more radiation than a cellphone tower, get off your pedistools and stop pretending you know more than you actually do.





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  Reply # 491523 9-Jul-2011 21:55 Send private message

Today they say no more cell towers. Tomorrow they complain of bad or non existent coverage...




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