When I was growing up, the teams were life-sized humans on grass.
Which, actually, is why we're on your lawn.
Natural is definitely not always easy.
Lots of things come naturally. Like war. Humans seem to like to kill each other. Is war "easy?" No. Some job professions seem to come "naturally" to people, too. How about farming? Definitely not easy.
If things that come "naturally" were easy, then life would be easy (after all, most people do what is "natural" to them; not too many people consciously and intentionally seek out things they feel are unnatural to do). And life is not "easy." For most.
which likely flourished there the last time the land in that area was exposed to sunlight before the Little Ice Age.
So, this makes it sound like it was a climate change - an ice age - that caused this area to get totally covered in ice, right? But isn't one of the major concerns about the proposed AGW/CC that said ice is melting (presumption: it shouldn't)?
I realize maybe we could argue about the rate of change, but didn't the previous ice ages
Truth be told, my views are significantly different than the above, ha. But I'm curious how this works out, since I believe the overlap of those who accept this history of the earth with those who accept AGW is likely pretty large.
Property rights are a fundamental human right. It doesn't matter where you are located; you have the right to your own property.
Err... who decides if it is your property or my property? Is that somehow included in this "fundamental right" ?
Lots of things are food additives that are
Something being legal or added to food is hardly an argument for it being health neutral. I'm not necessarily arguing that MSG is bad, either; I'm saying that your argument for it being fine is
Quantity is no substitute for quality, but its the only one we've got.