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2012-10-05 04:35:22 PM
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2012-10-06 03:46:51 AM
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twomutts: destrip: I for one don't have a problem with this. Invasive species are a menace, and once established they are almost impossible to get rid of. Here in the US, just a few have become major problems: Argentine and red imported fire ants, Quagga mussels, "killer" bees, and tamarisk (which squander water supplies in arid areas.) "Garden" snails were introduced by people importing them to cultivate escargot. There are many more that I can't think of right now.

She was warned, too, and kept selling the stuff before they nailed her. Hopefully a lesson was learned.

Yup, the list goes on and on. Buckthorn, kudzu, asian carp, snakeheads, gypsy moths... There's a reason for the laws.


Nobody wants snakeheads. They don't play baseball, they don't wear sweaters, they're not good dancers, they don't play drums!
2012-10-05 05:03:20 PM
1 votes:
I had a friend in med school down at NSU who would buy illegal coral in Miami. He says it had about the same feel as buying drugs.
2012-10-05 05:02:34 PM
1 votes:

twomutts: destrip: I for one don't have a problem with this. Invasive species are a menace, and once established they are almost impossible to get rid of. Here in the US, just a few have become major problems: Argentine and red imported fire ants, Quagga mussels, "killer" bees, and tamarisk (which squander water supplies in arid areas.) "Garden" snails were introduced by people importing them to cultivate escargot. There are many more that I can't think of right now.

She was warned, too, and kept selling the stuff before they nailed her. Hopefully a lesson was learned.

Yup, the list goes on and on. Buckthorn, kudzu, asian carp, snakeheads, gypsy moths... There's a reason for the laws.


Damn gypsies... they ruined eastern Europe but that's not enough for them...
2012-10-05 04:31:06 PM
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Algy? Illegal? On the contrary, he's very Earnest...
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