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September 15, 2008


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Yes polar bear populations are indeed rising but only because of their Republican style rapacious depredation upon those poor poor cute little furry seal pups. What we need desparately is a polar bear re-education effort. These creatures can be reformed and could easily be taught how to harvest tofu from organically grown polar beans. Next we work on the seal pups who have suffered such abuse from the polar bears they have resorted to killing our little finned and scaled freinds of the deep.

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