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Re: Re: CULT: burning borers

In a message dated 2/17/05 3:13:05 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
lmann@volfirst.net writes:

<< Char, I choose not to use pesticides.  Lots of reasons not to, and my
 livelihood/well being doesn't depend on killing all of anything, borers
 The bushy tailed rats may be living on borrowed time again - but I don't
 plan to poison them as long as the .22 still works.  >>

That .22 does not in your mind qualify as a pesticide? 

Just asking.

Anner Whitehead
Chateau Whitehall Squirrel Sanctuary
Richmond VA

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