any ideas to share about developing the coral reefs?

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Post by February Beetle » Sat Mar 11, 2006 3:52 am

Linn, I will try to spread the word. I figure that -me- boycotting it won't make a difference because I would never spend any money towards it anyway, or really any place that sells it. That would be like my boycotting a golf club company, I never play or buy anything that has to do with golf so no one would notice because boycotting has to hit people hard in the pocket book to make a difference, usually. I will inform people I am boycotting it and make sure never to buy anything from places that sell it :? wish there was more to do! win the lottery than buy the ocean and tell no one to TOUCH IT! (I know that it wouldn't be enough money :P)

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Post by Linn » Thu Mar 16, 2006 1:07 am

I wish their were more people like
you in the world then we would have
a nicer place!!
remember the power of one. Just talk
about it every chance you get,
write an article for your school paper.
you would be surprised that it really
has a snowball effect. There was a good article
in national geographic I ecently read about coral.
But I get depressed when I read about their destruction,
its bad enough that natural disasters
and global warming are harmfull without damage from greedy

anyway, thanx for caring February Beetle :)

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