Adam Weishaupt  (Germany, 1776 AD)
February 24, 2009
Carbon emissions are great ... Except that plants need them to grow (and get barely enough right now) Except that HUMANS need it to stay alive (medically, it is best to add CO2 to O2, improving the odds of survival for respiratory distress) ... Except that the most polluting substances, which have proven detrimental effect on the soil, plant and human health, are SO2 and NOx ... ZERO HUMANS would need a Sulfur dioxyde permit, but oil-burning cars, ships, airplanes, rockets, and the whole military business definitely would ... We live in a world where CLEVERLY ENGINEERED deceptions are aplenty ... The only question that remain is wether you will die plowing under those deceptions or you will wake up and fight for your life, because that's what ultimately is at stake here !!! Have you heard of 1850's Malthus theories, which are scheduled for a heavy comeback on the 28th of February ( ?

T. Boone Pickens  (Arkansas (where else?))
February 16, 2009
You shouldn't make fun of carbon offsets. Wait till I get those wind farms going, then you'll see.

Me  (Here)
January 29, 2009
I love carbon! Do you? No wait....

Melissa  (
January 14, 2009
bu..bu..but hey! That's not fair! You're ruining my ability to MAKE MONEY from selling these bogus credits! eeeps! Did I say bogus????

TIMMY!!!  (Aggieland)
January 12, 2009
This is great, I no longer have to cut down trees for fire wood, I can do it just for spite. I can just print out carbon credits, one per sheet and burn them instead completely negating the burning if the paper. I feel so much better being able to do my part to save the planet.

Al Gore  (Lala Land)
January 11, 2009
This website is going to save me a fortune. To date, I've spent almost as much money buying carbon credits as I have on jet fuel for my ridiculously inefficient private jet. I was actually thinking about changing my story on the made-up movie I put out so I can cut some expenses. I can also continue heating and cooling my mansion that the US tax payers bought for me. My energy bill is typically around $30,000 every year. That's 12x the average US household. Man, it's great being rich. Don't take my word for any of this. I find the truth very inconvenient. -Al Gore

Bill & Jean  (North America)
January 9, 2009
Gee, thanks, we feel much better already. We ordered "As Many As Needed" credits. No sense being greedy in asking for more than we need. Now we can be guilt free forever. PS - As Many As Needed did cover the cost of printing out our certificate, didn't it?

Abdallah Abdul Hussein Ahmed Qeeuzard Johnson  ( Gaza Strip)
January 7, 2009
Ahhhhhh! A bomb just felled 30 ft. away from me! at least all the smokes is make a positive out of all of this fun. i have 400 smoke bombs in pants pocket with me. it make biig explosion, Poof! i just throw one now!! why do the thing ask if i am the human?

Mr. Lib Earl  (California, man!)
January 7, 2009
*gasp* you guys are so mean, man! global warming is totally real, man! like, the polar bears are drowning and I can't go surfing anymore cause the oceans are gonna dry up, man! we have to do something about it, man! i'm totally gonna stop ranting now, man! surf's up, man!

Bo 'n Arrow  (Inside a deer's heart)
January 7, 2009
Nancy is an ididot!!!!!! She is the one that needs a life. she is sadly misinformed. what a sad mspeaker iof the house

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