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Old 01-03-2013, 05:59 PM
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Default Re: Material ethics

Well the Seal would already have met it's end so what good does tossing it do? Second, at the rate polar bears are headed in 50 years we are going to have a bounty on the darned things. They have gone from 5000 to 25000. I'll bet the beads were not lead either. I have never seen lead beads. You can toss the lead if you want but the rest of it, use it and if you are not happy buying more then don't. If you feel bad about the polar bear, send it to me.
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