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Originally Posted by methebest View Post

Personally I'm not against people eating dogs(unless they are a endanger species or something)

But that is pretty much what i was thinking. >.>

And yes while the us and allot of of country tend to unintentional ruin the environment. Asia is doing allot of the extinction of animals and intentionally at that.
Both the above groups do need to change.

the point is that we need to change environmental policy in general. not act like individual actions like this make a meaningful difference and thereby fail to make more meaningful changes. that goes for the global community as a whole
Edited by perfectblade - 5/19/15 at 3:58am
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its not the saving of one turtle that counts, its the thought, cos one turtle does not make an impact, but the cruelty of extracting bears bile the wonder of rhino's horn, tigers bones.... does and if you cannot see that then .... rolleyes.gif


that goes for the global community as a whole - agree thumb.gif
Edited by ladcrooks - 5/19/15 at 10:20am
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