Ancient redwoods, giant sequoias to be 'archived' on Oregon coast
Around 1890, loggers chopped down a coast redwood near Eureka, Calif., creating one of the world's largest stumps: 32.5 feet wide at chest height, probably 2,000 years old, a base for a tree that may have topped 400 feet.
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#1 Nov 28, 2012
And they chopped it down?!! I'm gonna puke! No words for how I feel about this.
#2 Nov 28, 2012
Eh gal go to yer desk and take out the vibrator, then stick it up yer azz. Stupid Hippy Scumbag!
#4 Nov 29, 2012
I'll chop you in half with a chainsaw FKN btch hippeie, we need the money for food not your stupid dope.
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