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0 thoughts on “Ginseng

  1. boatrocker

    While I’m not usually a fan of Molton’s work, here are some facts that may influence rather spotty anti poaching enforcement:

    – poaching is sometimes done
    topless by females.

    – ginseng has varying medical uses and is most
    likely mentioned in Obamacare.

    – no guns are used to harvest ginseng, thereby
    curtailing freedom-loving Americans’ 2nd
    Amendment rights.

    – ginseng is sometimes used in making fancy beer,
    and will guarantee any officer making an arrest
    a full page (positive) write up.

    – ginseng tends to vote pro-business and pro-
    development, is from here (not an illegal
    immigrant like kudzu) and thus its voting
    rights must be preserved at all costs.

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