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    Finch the thing about Native American burials is actully the land owners call. Any Native American artifacts or remains found on private property are not subject to NAGPRA regulation and belong to the land owner. You are required to call the police when ever you find human remains to determine if they are a modern homicide but other than that you can do what you want with the remains so the government wouldnt get involved other than to determine that they person had been dead for a long time.

    As for the women the 4 days I spent there looking for an apartment has made me agree with you. I dont know how Texas managed to pull it off but the women there are almost all hot.
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    Maybe he is just jealous that we are the state with the greatest number of insane women.
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    But on a serious note, while landowners being paranoid or doing uncool things to prevent building restrictions, that sort of behaviour is pretty widespread. There's an uncountable number of stories of landowners finding something endangered and destroying/killing it and burying it so they don't need to suffer the red tape.
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    I think what Finch said is true about a lot of TX landowners. The same way it's true about plenty of landowners everywhere; north, south, east & west. That said, I used to get a bulletin from an organization of federal and state employees who were concerned about political meddling in environmental protection. Most of their worst horror stories seemed to come from TX, AZ, CO, & ID. No state went unmentioned, but TX seems to have far more than its fair share of problem landowners & businesses (and the politicians that enable them).

    As for the women, are you sure it's the women you're attracted to and not the makeup?
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    Texas probably has a lot of people like that because the state is huge, and we have such a large amount of people who own tracts of land (besides just a house and small yard)

    As for the women, are you sure it's the women you're attracted to and not the makeup?
    The Cali girls are the fake ones
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    The Cali girls are the fake ones
    have you ever been to ANY california beach?

    please, fake or not, im quite *cough-cough* happy here! The ones i despise though are the bitc-i mean rich girls over here! god-dont even get me started!

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    I live in Houston.

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    Huh?!? You're talking about CPs? Isn't this the religion, politics and regional rivalry forum?
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