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So you are okay with Poaching?


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Posted by paalexan on April 27, 2003 at 22:53:23:

In Reply to: So you are okay with Poaching? posted by draybar on April 27, 2003 at 15:43:40:

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:::It was quite obvious by your original post that you felt there were NO ethical herpers in California.

::OTOH, if you'd kept reading his posts, you might have seen:

:: "I do believe the majority of most groups of people are honest it's the small group that you have to watch out for. It is really up to the ethical herpers to police the unethical herpers."

::Come on... this isn't rocket science.

:Yeah and the Dixie Chicks said they were sorry !!!!!!

Yay, a pop-culture reference to which I am oblivious. :)

:You are right.......It isn't Rocket Science.
:Notice I said the ORIGINAL post...

I did notice. But the cause for offense that was presented by the original post has been nullified by subsequent posts. I suppose if you really want to be offended you're free to ignore subsequent posts. But then I imagine we'll all know you're just looking for an excuse to be offended, rather than having any legitimate complaint.

Patrick Alexander




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