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March 29, 2008

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But it doesn't prevent people of other countries from the hunt. Native Alaskan's do eat these for survival so ........They too should be allowed to hunt......How about this....Environmentalist have blocked several attempts for our country to become energy independent ...drilling in Anwar, coastal regions, wind power( it will kill birds and bats), clean coal technology(can't have that either), nuclear (no way), on and on.....Then people wonder why we import so much **** and energy prices are high.Who are they going to pick on next. Someday it might be you

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I think that the answer to this question is so easy, endangered, why the human vanity can be satisficed? why we don't change our mind? kill animal to manufactured a frivolous, vain things like jackets and coats.

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