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July 23, 2014

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Matt

This is a serious issue, but on what we own to future generations, I can't help but turn to one of our greatest living philosophers

(in case the link doesn't work above: https://twitter.com/jackhandey/status/3503083 )

Jimbino

What is it that gives breeders the right to have their childbearing interests take precedence over the interests of the child free?

If I have a company, I don't have the right to charge others to maintain it, much less for maintaining it after I'm gone.

Those of us who have decided against breeding have NO obligation to the future generations of others!

If I have an antique-car collection, I don't have the right to charge others for its maintenance, much less for maintaining it after I'm gone.

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