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USDA identifies some of the mysterious, unsolicited seeds after all 50 states issue warnings
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has identified 14 different kinds of seeds in the mysterious packages that appear to have been sent unsolicited from China to people around the country.

Morning glory, hibiscus and roses, cabbage and herbs including mint, sage, rosemary, and lavender.

[link to www.usatoday.com (secure)]

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Re: USDA identifies some of the mysterious, unsolicited seeds after all 50 states issue warnings
Really? No synopsis before clicking on some random link?
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They want you clicking off site, its a way to track your use here "legally"
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Re: USDA identifies some of the mysterious, unsolicited seeds after all 50 states issue warnings
Really? No synopsis before clicking on some random link?
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it's utterly useless information

so random seeds were sent to random people, that's it, that's the news story, who is this news story written for ? Clearly not for anyone with any kind of normative brain function
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Really? No synopsis before clicking on some random link?
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it's utterly useless information

so random seeds were sent to random people, that's it, that's the news story, who is this news story written for ? Clearly not for anyone with any kind of normative brain function
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I kinda suspected this.
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I have not been to a post office in months.
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Why shouldn't I report you as an abusive post?
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Why shouldn't I report you as an abusive post?
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Maybe because you don't want a poltergeist.
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Re: USDA identifies some of the mysterious, unsolicited seeds after all 50 states issue warnings
wow at the paranoia on this thread about clicking a link..lol.

They do mention some of the seed types found so far.

All 50 states have issued warnings about the packages some of which contain flowering plants like morning glory, hibiscus and roses, according to Osama El-Lissy, with the Plant Protection program of USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. El-Lissy said other packages contain vegetables like cabbage and herbs including mint, sage, rosemary, and lavender.

"This is a just a subset of the samples we've collected so far," he said Wednesday.

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Why shouldn't I report you as an abusive post?
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Go ahead. I am shaking in my boots.

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Re: USDA identifies some of the mysterious, unsolicited seeds after all 50 states issue warnings
Really? No synopsis before clicking on some random link?
 Quoting: Lowkey Cyberpunk


it's utterly useless information

so random seeds were sent to random people, that's it, that's the news story, who is this news story written for ? Clearly not for anyone with any kind of normative brain function
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Article states what samples of the seeds were indentified as. Did you learn to read in school?
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Really? No synopsis before clicking on some random link?
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They want you clicking off site, its a way to track your use here "legally"
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whatever
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Re: USDA identifies some of the mysterious, unsolicited seeds after all 50 states issue warnings
wow at the paranoia on this thread about clicking a link..lol.

They do mention some of the seed types found so far.

All 50 states have issued warnings about the packages some of which contain flowering plants like morning glory, hibiscus and roses, according to Osama El-Lissy, with the Plant Protection program of USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. El-Lissy said other packages contain vegetables like cabbage and herbs including mint, sage, rosemary, and lavender.

"This is a just a subset of the samples we've collected so far," he said Wednesday.
 Quoting: Tangy


Thank you. Seems like a bunch of old guys sitting around farting, drinking beer and complaining about a legit post. They also lack reading skills.

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Re: USDA identifies some of the mysterious, unsolicited seeds after all 50 states issue warnings
Fixed. Now if you have a problem kindly take yourselves and scroll on. Thanks

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What if it’s like some weird result of propaganda their own government says about the US, like that we have no gardens or some stupid shit like that. These seeds could be Chinese charity to bring hope into the empty, dark lives of Americans. cruise
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What if it’s like some weird result of propaganda their own government says about the US, like that we have no gardens or some stupid shit like that. These seeds could be Chinese charity to bring hope into the empty, dark lives of Americans. cruise
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Maybe. They sound like good seeds!
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What if it’s like some weird result of propaganda their own government says about the US, like that we have no gardens or some stupid shit like that. These seeds could be Chinese charity to bring hope into the empty, dark lives of Americans. cruise
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Maybe. They sound like good seeds!
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Yea they do! Their government tells them all kinds of crazy lies so who knows?
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Really? No synopsis before clicking on some random link?
 Quoting: Lowkey Cyberpunk


it's utterly useless information

so random seeds were sent to random people, that's it, that's the news story, who is this news story written for ? Clearly not for anyone with any kind of normative brain function
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77512065


Article states what samples of the seeds were indentified as. Did you learn to read in school?
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if you want to insult people's intelligence maybe you shouldn't do it with an obviously incomplete story
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Re: USDA identifies some of the mysterious, unsolicited seeds after all 50 states issue warnings
Really? No synopsis before clicking on some random link?
 Quoting: Lowkey Cyberpunk


it's utterly useless information

so random seeds were sent to random people, that's it, that's the news story, who is this news story written for ? Clearly not for anyone with any kind of normative brain function
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77512065


Article states what samples of the seeds were indentified as. Did you learn to read in school?
 Quoting: FireBorn


if you want to insult people's intelligence maybe you shouldn't do it with an obviously incomplete story
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77512065


Looks complete to me. Your phone must be broken, you are blind, or you really cannot read.

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Re: USDA identifies some of the mysterious, unsolicited seeds after all 50 states issue warnings
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has identified 14 different kinds of seeds in the mysterious packages that appear to have been sent unsolicited from China to people around the country.

Morning glory, hibiscus and roses, cabbage and herbs including mint, sage, rosemary, and lavender.

[link to www.usatoday.com (secure)]
 Quoting: FireBorn


They sent many varieties of seeds but some are the evil seeds, has the dept of agri found all the seeds..

Think about, or the evil seeds are the 2nd wave of seeds sent..

hiding

Dont trust China....
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they're not sending their best folks

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Seedtards should look up "brushing"....they also send other cheap trinkets in the scam......friends got key chains, plastic rings, paperclips,etc etc...
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Maybe a test the next mail is bad plants... but no good until spring
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What if it’s like some weird result of propaganda their own government says about the US, like that we have no gardens or some stupid shit like that. These seeds could be Chinese charity to bring hope into the empty, dark lives of Americans. cruise
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Chinese trying to win hearts and minds.

what should we send them in return?
seven dressings to your salad.
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Probably modified like their virus they sent round the world.
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They want us to plant gardens for them to invade and take over...
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What if it’s like some weird result of propaganda their own government says about the US, like that we have no gardens or some stupid shit like that. These seeds could be Chinese charity to bring hope into the empty, dark lives of Americans. cruise
 Quoting: Miss Bunny Swan


Maybe. They sound like good seeds!
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Yea they do! Their government tells them all kinds of crazy lies so who knows?
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this is what i have thought all along. i believe there are good people everywhere. good governments are questionable to me.
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Re: USDA identifies some of the mysterious, unsolicited seeds after all 50 states issue warnings
I wonder if they're using the seeds as a distraction to smuggle in something else.

Say they send out 1,000,000 packets...999,000 are random seeds to random addresses, but 1,000 are super secret smuggle stuff. When the smuggle stuff gets to customs, they'll say "Oh gee just more packets of seeds like the last 999k." and they won't check it.

Pretty smart actually. Like what drug smugglers do - they'll send a train or convoy of trucks. 9/10 of those train cars or trucks in the convoy contain legit goods, but it's all set up to make the 1/10 car or truck in the covoy that has bad boy stuff look legit.
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Re: USDA identifies some of the mysterious, unsolicited seeds after all 50 states issue warnings
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has identified 14 different kinds of seeds in the mysterious packages that appear to have been sent unsolicited from China to people around the country.

Morning glory, hibiscus and roses, cabbage and herbs including mint, sage, rosemary, and lavender.

[link to www.usatoday.com (secure)]
 Quoting: FireBorn


They sent many varieties of seeds but some are the evil seeds, has the dept of agri found all the seeds..

Think about, or the evil seeds are the 2nd wave of seeds sent..

hiding

Dont trust China....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79191344


Or..it’s what is on the seeds...
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But are these "normal" seeds...or were they...GENETICALLY MODIFIED ???
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Re: USDA identifies some of the mysterious, unsolicited seeds after all 50 states issue warnings
wow at the paranoia on this thread about clicking a link..lol.

They do mention some of the seed types found so far.

All 50 states have issued warnings about the packages some of which contain flowering plants like morning glory, hibiscus and roses, according to Osama El-Lissy, with the Plant Protection program of USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. El-Lissy said other packages contain vegetables like cabbage and herbs including mint, sage, rosemary, and lavender.

"This is a just a subset of the samples we've collected so far," he said Wednesday.
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Not to worry. Anyone visiting this site pretty much could give two fucks about “click bait” or tracking. Lol.
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Re: USDA identifies some of the mysterious, unsolicited seeds after all 50 states issue warnings
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has identified 14 different kinds of seeds in the mysterious packages that appear to have been sent unsolicited from China to people around the country.

Morning glory, hibiscus and roses, cabbage and herbs including mint, sage, rosemary, and lavender.

[link to www.usatoday.com (secure)]
 Quoting: FireBorn


Did they do a cov-SARS test on them?

I never received any and I ordered plenty of seeds of china this spring damn it....disappointed really.





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