Wow...not everybody out there is a tree hugger. Hat's off to you Wright. Chop social welfare spending, give me my 40 cents a gallon tax back, and you can keep your three animals and two pieces of tundra. Back on another...off topic subject. Does anyone know if trees can 'bleed' their color? I put a pretty huge piece of cedar in my aquarium (ants carved a cool network of tunnels in it), and my water has had a brown tint to it. I put the cedar in when I put water in the tank the first time so I never tried it without it. It's in a 170 gallon plexi tank I built, it can't be some odd combination of my lighting and the plexi properties can it? I'm running a 300 - 400 gph pump with a water purifier to cycle my wet/dry filter water and that seems to clean it up. If it's the wood, anyone know a way of stopping it from 'bleeding'? Thanks,
Larry----- Original Message -----From: Wright HuntleySent: Sunday, May 06, 2001 9:11 AMSubject: Re: NFC: Fw: a message from Robert Redfordrobert a rice wrote:
> --------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Robert Redford <earthaction at nrdcaction_org>
Redford's message is so loaded with misinformation and emotional propaganda
that it makes me almost ashamed to think of myself as a conservationist. I
trust no one on this list will act on his emotional appeal without first
checking some facts.
Wright Huntley, Fremont CA, USA, 510 494-8679 huntley1 at home_com
"Strike any key to continue..."
How? My stupid keyboard doesn't even have an "any" key!