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Backwoodsman BS: Ecoloon or Green Hero (92* d) RE: BS: Ecoloon or Green Hero 28 Apr 19

”There are aspects of our life that should be put out of the reach of those seeking to profit from them - water being one of them”

Couldn’t agree more Jim - this being for the third time. The other two were 28 Apr 19 12:05 PM and 02:10 PM. In case you missed the other twice, here it is again...

”Far more important is the iniquity of the privatisation of water supply. Water should be supplied by publically-owned organisations - that way, any ‘profit’ would go back into society for the benefit of everyone. Rather than into the pockets of a comparatively small number of comparatively wealthy shareholders.”

”And three cars too? Really?”

Steve - we could argue all day about the subject, but I have no intention of wasting time on this. We have our own opinions and they differ, that’s fine, I can live perfectly happily with that.

However, what I cannot tolerate is your insinuation that I’m a liar. I do NOT lie, and your suggestion that I did is beneath contempt. You should be ashamed of yourself.

For the record, and to answer your impertinent question, my closest four neighbour-families, all living in properties similar to mine, have ten children and twelve cars between them. We may inhabit The Backwoods, but we live in the 21st century, and we are far from being paupers.

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