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Done, I just can't believe this is happening, seems like someone would have thought to make some exceptions to this law before passing it.

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sent it... i wont be getting a lot of stuff in the mail will i?

Can't make any promises! If you do... my house will get twice as much.

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Can't make any promises! If you do... my house will get twice as much.

alright well atleast its for a good cause i dont mind a few letters here and their

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Pretty sad when your children can eat lead laced toys but can't ride a dirtbike or atv there size. Makes me sick to see honest enjoyment get taken away like this.:aargh::aargh::aargh::rantc::soapbox::dammit::brickwall::usflag:

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This is the 2nd one I've sent. I can't beleive the authors of this bill didn't have enough foresight... Ooops, gotta go. My kids eating his dirtbike again!:confused:

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