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June 07, 2007

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Max

I love it! Somehow I've got to incorporate that into my lecture. =D

Angie Hartford

I've often imagined a campfire, surrounded by people unknowingly eating the last woolly mammoth. Pure conjecture, but it's a spooky image.

nn

Diversity, this is the great treasure. we must preserve it.

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