View Poll Results: What's a fair price for clean air/month

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Thread: How much monthly would you be willing to pay for clean air service?

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    How much monthly would you be willing to pay for clean air service?

    Internet, which was invented by military funded with tax dollars now costs me about $70/month (it was $5/month when they first hijacked it from the people)
    TV also used to be free I think costs around $30-$200/month (I can live without that, but I know people invented and no longer have it for free)
    etc.
    So what's the fair price for clean air?

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    Re: How much monthly would you be willing to pay for clean air service?

    Quote Originally Posted by pvsi View Post
    Internet, which was invented by military funded with tax dollars now costs me about $70/month (it was $5/month when they first hijacked it from the people)
    TV also used to be free I think costs around $30-$200/month (I can live without that, but I know people invented and no longer have it for free)
    etc.
    So what's the fair price for clean air?
    Do you live in China?

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    Re: How much monthly would you be willing to pay for clean air service?

    Quote Originally Posted by sawyerloggingon View Post
    Do you live in China?
    Actually I live in the middle of Allegheny national forest in PA. 2000 feet above sea level

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    Re: How much monthly would you be willing to pay for clean air service?

    Quote Originally Posted by pvsi View Post
    Actually I live in the middle of Allegheny national forest in PA. 2000 feet above sea level
    Then your air is clean, stop the BS.

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    Re: How much monthly would you be willing to pay for clean air service?

    Zero. If I want fresh air, I'll f'n walk outside.

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    Re: How much monthly would you be willing to pay for clean air service?

    Quote Originally Posted by sawyerloggingon View Post
    Then your air is clean, stop the BS.
    My internet is also free, but for some reason I have to pay for "service" which could have been provided by dudes killing people in the middle east.

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    Re: How much monthly would you be willing to pay for clean air service?

    Quote Originally Posted by pvsi View Post
    Internet, which was invented by military funded with tax dollars now costs me about $70/month (it was $5/month when they first hijacked it from the people)
    TV also used to be free I think costs around $30-$200/month (I can live without that, but I know people invented and no longer have it for free)
    etc.
    So what's the fair price for clean air?
    ill admit that fresh air is important, and there should be increased regulations on how to keep it clean and pollution, but there's not much we can do. its not like we control the making of those laws

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    Re: How much monthly would you be willing to pay for clean air service?

    Quote Originally Posted by pvsi View Post
    Internet, which was invented by military funded with tax dollars now costs me about $70/month (it was $5/month when they first hijacked it from the people)
    TV also used to be free I think costs around $30-$200/month (I can live without that, but I know people invented and no longer have it for free)
    etc.
    So what's the fair price for clean air?
    first off the internet is free just the vehicle to get you on it cost money. and TV is still free it just takes an antenna
    a failed analogy is just that a failed analogy

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    Re: How much monthly would you be willing to pay for clean air service?

    Quote Originally Posted by pvsi View Post
    My internet is also free, but for some reason I have to pay for "service" which could have been provided by dudes killing people in the middle east.
    "Dudes killing people in the Mideast" huh. If only I could say what I wanted right now without being permanently kicked out of DP.

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    Re: How much monthly would you be willing to pay for clean air service?

    It's not rational to compare air to the internet/cable.

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