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Old September 23rd, 2009, 02:49 PM   #1
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Old September 24th, 2009, 05:01 AM   #2
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Yeah, the condition of national parks should be our primary concern in matters related to climate change. Who cares about the effects of climate change in areas where humans actually live? After all, the gay spotted owl is far more important than people.
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Yeah, the condition of national parks should be our primary concern in matters related to climate change. Who cares about the effects of climate change in areas where humans actually live? After all, the gay spotted owl is far more important than people.


How are the gay spotted owl's in Pensacola, FL doing?
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How are the gay spotted owl's in Pensacola, FL doing?
We only have straight owls in Pensacola
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We only have straight owls in Pensacola


I see said the blind man! The problem lays that Pensacola doesn't have any, I'm so sorry!
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I see said the blind man! The problem lays that Pensacola doesn't have any, I'm so sorry!
Spotted owls are only found in the Pacific coast region of the country. The gay variety are isolated to the old growth forests just north of San Fransico
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Spotted owls are only found in the Pacific coast region of the country. The gay variety are isolated to the old growth forests just north of San Fransico


My geographical ignorance came through...I see you have gay Sea turtles in Pensacola.
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My geographical ignorance came through...I see you have gay Sea turtles in Pensacola.
Yes, and it is the instrusion of people who insist on going to the beach that threatens these wonderful creatures. People should be banned from all beaches so the gay sea turtle can thrive!
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Yes, and it is the instrusion of people who insist on going to the beach that threatens these wonderful creatures. People should be banned from all beaches so the gay sea turtle can thrive!


Agreed because soon they will be extinct!



And ................ this should not be allowed, EVER!



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