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August 31, 2008


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I have a wildlife calendar up in my office. The animal for December was the polar bear. I read the description of polar bears and it turns out they are nasty, evil creatures. They stalk helpless, innocent seals and bite them on their heads!!! How awful. So, I don’t blame you.

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