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follow NuttBoxer 2018 Aug 13, 11:18am
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Dude wears a full protective suit every time he's on the job.
You need to be quicker on threads, a lot quicker:
yet he "doused" himself TWICE. So why is that Monsanto's fault??
From the quote in the article, my guess would be because they said it doesn't cause cancer.
To think a chemical that kills every living plant it touches couldn't be harmful to people shows extremely ignorance on the users perspective.
And the dude that got this settlement was suppose to be an "expert" and "trained" and wearing protective equipment, yet he "doused" himself TWICE. So why is that Monsanto's fault??
MrMagic saysTo think a chemical that kills every living plant it touches couldn't be harmful to people shows extremely ignorance on the users perspective.But not the companies when they claim it won't cause cancer? Well... I guess there's a difference between ignorance and lying, one obviously being far worse.
They said it was due to an equipment malfunction. The manufacturer of said equipment should be on the hook too, methinks.
How do they know it was Roundup SPECIFICALLY that caused his cancer?
trial, and a jury of his peers was presented evidence that it was Roundup?
Everyone knows Monsanto is bad, and had this coming for a long, long time. Why are you fighting for them like they're your family or something? It just comes across as sick, heartless, and creepy.
Umm, they had a trial, and a jury of his peers was presented evidence that it was Roundup?
What does a groundskeeper come in contact with during the week? Pesticides, weed killer, rodent poisons, fertilizer, gas, oil, diesel, paint, solvents, etc.