Re: How Woderful I'm Now Living in CC's turf.
Posted by johncodie on 6/13/04
Hey guys,,,,,,,,get a grip,,,,,,,,,there has been a
miscommunication here. We have been in the house hunting business
and there are some real serious problems out there for the young
and mobile people. Particularly thier children will suffer the
most. I saw the original post and the spar that started off
between CC and Lipsey when the new board came open.
Now that I believe the word toxic is acceptable as use in
describing a mold, let us drop the "turf" word as it conjures up
violance and gangs. There are some really bring nice and ten year
olds that can read our post, so lets try and keep it a bit more
It is acceptable at times when the hound decides it wants to be a
house member in escorting the poor beast out to a better
environment in a gruff and forceful way; we can not afford to
continue to treat our general public in such as way. They are all
our babies, and there is not area that we can not have a positive
On 6/12/04, Doug Haney wrote:
> JOE RILEY: If you are speaking of Doug Haney instead of Chris
> Haney (where you got that name I do not know) I am ready for you
> or anyone else to challenge me on the topic of indoor mold
> exposures and the "serious" health issues involved. I have not
> waivered on this and don't intend to anytime soon.
> I am not a "bugger" either, I am a live human being that is not
> worried in the least about running into you or anyone else. I am
> a scientist/writer and would be glad to test my ethics record
> against that of CC or any other person who claims the science is
> not there. If I am suppose to be afraid of your "finding me out"
> I forgot to shake in my boots.
> Oh! "Say it ain't so Joe. Say it ain't so!" You and the National
> Academy of Sciences have this one all wrong- it is definately a
> serious health situation that is only going to broaden the scope
> of medical science (very rapidly). All of you folks down there
> at the National Academy really need to start reading up on
> microbes and how they function in ecology. You might begin to
> understand something unstead of offering garbage, e.g., molds
> contribute to respiratory problems, but are not associated with
> serious human diseases. Absolute G A R B A G E!!!
> By the way, where did everyone go. I noticed very few postings
> over the last month.
> Doug Haney
> EnviroHealth Research
> On 6/11/04, DA wrote:
>> On 3/04/04, jeeter wrote:
>>> On 3/04/04, Joe Riley wrote:
>>>> I have not veiwed this forum for months. Just saw Chris
>>>> Haneys post on CC. I just moved from Seattle to Wheat
>>>> Ridge. I can't wait to run into this bugger and see hwat
>>>> he's made of. I can't tell you how many times I have eaten
>>>> joker IH's for lunch. Bottom line is the the Homeowner
>>>> won't buy his crap and when I'm finised with him neither
>>>> will the carriers. Funny thing is i know most of the mold
>>>> action here in town and he hasn't popped up. Must be he
>>>> spends his time twisting on here. I'll let you know this
>>>> guys real story!
>>> I, for one, would not be too sure who's eating whom for
>>> lunch. Please, do let us know when the battle is engaged.
>> Joe Riley is bad news and was run out of Seattle. His ethics
>> are in the gutter, but his line of BS is refined. He has left
>> a trail of worms where ever he has been. He is a creep
>> without a country or city. I for one of many look forward to
>> him meeting his karma.
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