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"The bottom line is, anyone should be able to dump any poison they want. . . . It's my property, I should be able to poison it. That's somewhere in the Constitution. They should pay me."
And, finally, there should be no fuss about contaminants in the environment, because the human body should be able to adapt to the pollution.
"I'm sure it's cheaper to create genetically superior people than to clean up all that stuff."
When asked later if he had been nervous about his joking message so soon after Pendley left the room, Klein answered, "He was giving me material."