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Huge Trees (39 pics)

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№1 Author: Derp (24 Dec 2010 01:17) Total user comments: 37


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[insert joke about having big wood here]
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№2 Author: Jimmy Johnson (24 Dec 2010 03:00) Total user comments: 5518


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Well isn't that clever... An attempt at a witty comment that requires a reply to make it funny.
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№3 Author: adzhoe (24 Dec 2010 04:30) Total user comments: 14959


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Some big trees there.
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№4 Author: bakos (24 Dec 2010 10:54) Total user comments: 188


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this is when we lost something imortant in our world, the respectfulness about nature . these pics makes me sad
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№5 Author: justratedR (24 Dec 2010 10:57) Total user comments: 234


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These trees grown for hundreds of years! Well done chopping them down. 41 67
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№6 Author: Lu (24 Dec 2010 13:41) Total user comments: 15082


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Classic pics.
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№7 Author: verdecauncastravete (24 Dec 2010 13:43) Total user comments: 1239


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proud wood cutters...
grandchildren thanks you for climate change
continue at this rate
for yours descendants
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№8 Author: compmaster (24 Dec 2010 15:12) Total user comments: 1871


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№9 Author: Ty Webb (24 Dec 2010 18:25) Total user comments: 6156


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murder Murder MUrder MURder MURDer MURDEr MURDER!

Well it is when you really think about it. Especially when it is done too much. It is done too much on our planet.
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№10 Author: galz (24 Dec 2010 22:07) Total user comments: 2043


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№11 Author: VicJacoby (25 Dec 2010 03:05) Total user comments: 2


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You people are pretty ignorant. Those trees would be dead, lightning struck or blown down by now. The business of FORESTRY is the only thing keeping real forests here instead of another shopping mall or tract housing development. And the cutting of trees in the US has zero to do with any so-called anthropogenic global temperature change. The real environmentalist are these people who work in the woods every day, not you hippy tree-hugging left coasters.
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№12 Author: novalnd (25 Dec 2010 03:55) Total user comments: 291


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yeah... after that go blaming the third world explore and use their forest for advantage
wich word, don't doing something wrong with forest like us in the past
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№13 Author: polo (25 Dec 2010 18:06) Total user comments: 174


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So all these trees would be dead by now? They survived for who know how many decades but now they would be dead if they hadnt cut them? come on...
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№14 Author: lepsy (25 Dec 2010 19:36) Total user comments: 1252


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Just love the old trucks . For the rest , i just imagine there was a highway, or buildings, or what else to put people who fuck like rabbits in ....
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№15 Author: jai9313 (26 Dec 2010 04:09) Total user comments: 894


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nothing wrong with cutting tree down.. it is for us human so we can ive life more comfortible..BUT it is those who cut them down should replace (plant) a new tree for the sake of the new generating to come so they have forest just like we have at the old day
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№16 Author: salsapopo (26 Dec 2010 10:48) Total user comments: 12723


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№17 Author: mahedi (26 Dec 2010 18:35) Total user comments: 10772


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Really big tree
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№18 Author: VicJacoby (27 Dec 2010 02:13) Total user comments: 2


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Trees ARE a renewable resource. It's like whining over harvesting a corn crop.
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№19 Author: 2fuzzy (27 Dec 2010 15:53) Total user comments: 10400


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It is a renewable resource only when done correctly. This is not doing it correctly.
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№20 Author: raymond.wendt (8 Jan 2011 04:48) Total user comments: 9115


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hard to believe they could move such big trees with the crude equipment they had back then,
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