Friday, 3 December 2004

Unrest in the forest?

Tucked into the omnibus appropriations bill passed a few weekends ago, there was a little noticed provision designating the oak as America’s national tree.

It would have been the maple, but I understand that one’s already taken.


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Does this mean it’s open season on Rush? :)

[Permalink] 2. flaime wrote @ Thu, 9 Dec 2004, 11:48 am CST:

You would think they would have chosen the pine, since it’s the most common tree in the US…

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