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July 25, 2011

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Great article! Happy Birthday dear Gene! Thank you for all the inspirations!

It is so important to teach our children that fast food is not a food group! Eating healthy starts when you are young so you get in a good habit. Give them a plant so they learn the responsibility and impact that nature has on us. Nature is full of surprises.

I think the younger we learn, the better off for sure.

I was only, in the past year, shown the torture that modern animal farming and slaughter cause to innocent animals. It was a video called meat video.

It changed the way I viewed, and still view, that entire industry.

Good blog!

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