Theory on the effects of the reunification of Germany on the North...

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    Theory of the effects of the reunification of Germany on the North American woodchuck. Any thoughts? I'm not much of a cook, but I stayed at a Holiday Inn Express once.
     
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    Is this kinda like "my blazer may be slow, but it goes faster at higher speeds"?
     
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    Well I was only 10 at the time, and I don't know that this was a real question, but I'll take a stab.... In Germany the sciences, which I would imagine included studies relating to foreign species, suffered following reunification. Thats what I gathered from this source http://www.bbaw.de/iag/ag_wuw/ueber_e.html
    Further the reunification fo Germany allowed for the expansion of the EU. This may contribute to a one world government of unlimited free-trade in which the environment is compromised for the sake of wealth and "progress" or it may indicate a trend towards a more european-leftist one world government in which the environment is vigorously protected from any human incursions.

    -Aaron
     
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    DUDE have you even considered a major yet or are you just going to baffle us with this trippy stuff forever...LOL/forums/images/icons/laugh.gif
     
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    potato's brain.........(huh????????...........beer..........donut........huh????)
     
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    That question might be enough to put someone over the edge, it made me start to drool on my self
     
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    most north american woodchucks have descended from the smaller, quicker east german woodchuck (chuckenzeevood). with reunification, the chances of cross-breedilization increase dramatically, or at least grammatically. however, the recent unrest in bolivia suggests that the world climate for north american woodchucks is cooling.
    frankly, it depends how much wood a german woodchuck could chuck.
     
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    I think its purely economic. We export woodchucks to a unified Germany. We then import them back to the US as "Imported German Woodchucks" and sell them at a much higher price.
     

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