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    Default Whats the point Ciites

    Why do they bother trying to save all these vunerable species of lumber by passing laws that restrict the sale of indiginous South Amercan mahogany etc: when this sort of thing is going on.
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    The answer is simple.

    Corporate greed.
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    Need grazing land for all those burger patties.

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    Quote Originally Posted by printer2 View Post
    Need grazing land for all those burger patties.
    I recently decided that I'm not going to eat meats of grazing animals anymore. Doing my very little part in protest of the stripping of vital natural lands. I'm sticking to poultry, fish and vegetable based protein.


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    The ban on rosewood in musical instruments has been lifted. https://guitar.com/news/a-return-for...l-instruments/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldtoolie View Post
    The ban on rosewood in musical instruments has been lifted. https://guitar.com/news/a-return-for...l-instruments/
    Not South American rosewood, that is still highly restricted
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    Quote Originally Posted by kohanmike View Post
    I recently decided that I'm not going to eat meats of grazing animals anymore. Doing my very little part in protest of the stripping of vital natural lands. I'm sticking to poultry, fish and vegetable based protein.


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