What the animals say about GM crops.

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    I think we really need to make a good life for ourselves Annette. I am not saying we should remain ignorant of the stuff out there but to find balance with the beautiful things. I am doing this atm to preserve my sanity and I hope to be a change as I can and leave the things I have no hope for alone. Having said that - I am grateful to the ones who do make the noise and tilt at the windmills out there.
     
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    I agree purple. I try to be the change and leave the other stuff to itself but I do have a spit every now and then. Especially when the actions of some have a big impact on others that don't have a say about it. But I dont let it get the better of me. I always remember the saying, "Bad things happen when good people do nothing". It's a balancing act to some extent.
     

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