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Enter a "Title" here: Location: San Diego California
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Posted:Well... all this week (atleast over here) the Discovery Channel is doing a series on New Zealand, all I can say is that I am soo jealous your land is so perdy.
I really enjoyed the landscape with the LOTR movies but now that I have seen more about the land and the peoples, I must say that yall have got it made.
I can understand a bit more why the NZ government has decided to be nuke free, both in energy and weapon wise. Why it takes soo much to get a single tree to be cut down and your other strives to preserve your natural enviroment.
Don't get me wrong, I still have yet to see a better sunset than over my town in the high planes of New Mexico. Or seeing a little road runner zoom accross the desert floor. From mountains to tropical rainforest the beauty of America is astonishing, I only wish our government, past and current, had the balls to stand up to big business and deny them the destruction of such an awesome land.
[ 27. February 2003, 14:49: Message edited by: Raymund ]
Some Jarhead last night: "this dumb a$$ thinks hes fireproof"