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(AZCentral)   Arizona Republica uncovers secret government facility in the desert where 22 million moths are grown each day to be released above North American fields. And all the workers are clones who won't mention the UN   ( azcentral.com) divider line
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2012-02-23 06:31:53 PM  
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Relatively Obscure: Deist
Feb-23 @ 2:32 PM

let the cotton inustry go belly up. for years they have been fighting to keep hemp illegal to American farmers. Hemp doesn't require pesticides, cotton contribues 75% of the chemicals that go into our oceans from pesticides and fertilizer. Hemp requires neither. Hemp clothes feel like cotton and wear like iron.

Corn is driving up the price of beef because it is used to make ethanol. Hemp makes 100 times the amount of ethanol as corn per acre.

I knew hoped That Guy was going to get involved in the comments.

He's right.
2012-02-23 06:20:41 PM  
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We should let the free market decide whether we want our cotton yields decimated or not. Welcome to Mothrabama's America.
2012-02-23 06:18:49 PM  
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At least it wasn't bees.

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Or cockroaches.
2012-02-23 06:14:35 PM  
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At least it wasn't bees.
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