I’m selling fur in my local fur trading store for $1,000 a pound.
I’ve got enough fur for a small home and a few years of life.
But if I sell it at that price, it won’t be as valuable as it could be.
I bought the fur for my wife and children for Christmas and my brother for Thanksgiving.
It’s about to get a big makeover.
I need to do it quickly, and it’s going to cost me $2.5 million.
I can’t make it happen.
It’s a tough sell.
I’m going to sell it for $500,000 to $2 million a pound and have it go to good use.
But if I just do a little trimming and trimming, I’ll be able to make it worth my while.
So, it’s time to make a deal.
Let’s do this.
It will make a difference in my life.
The only way it can make a huge difference is if I can raise $2 billion in venture capital.
The money is mine, and I’ve raised it through my own company.
I want to make this happen.
I think it’s the right thing to do for the animals, for my family and for my country.
I’ve never sold fur for more than $500 a pound, but I’m starting to think that’s the kind of price I can afford.
The animal advocacy group Humane Society of the United States has been lobbying Congress to stop the fur trade for more years.
They’ve been pressuring Congress to ban it since 1999, but lawmakers have largely ignored them.
They haven’t had a single animal killed this year.
This year, I’ve already seen some change.
Congress is considering a bill that would ban the fur industry altogether.
The Humane Society is now fighting the bill.
I don’t care what Congress says.
We’re going to make the animals happy.
I will not sell fur.
The Humane Society’s chief executive, Kristen R. Zichal, said at a recent event at the Humane Society, “It’s not enough to say you’re going against your own constituents.
We have to fight for them.
We need to stop this fur trade. “
It is the animal’s own survival that’s at stake, and Congress has no right to take away our ability to protect our own animals.
We need to stop this fur trade.
It has killed millions of animals and caused so much suffering to our fellow humans.
The fur trade needs to be stopped.
I’m not a fur trader.
But I understand the fur market.
It is a business.
It requires money and energy.
It can be done in a safe and humane way.
We can’t let Congress take away the opportunity to protect animals, to raise money, to provide jobs, to create jobs, and to make sure the future generations of Americans can be proud of the animals that they love.
We can’t allow this to happen.
The fur industry is not a small industry.
It costs over $1.5 billion annually to operate and has been since the mid-19th century.
There are now about 1.3 million fur traders worldwide.
In some states, the fur and fur products trade is legal.
In other states, it is illegal.
In some states the fur is sold in grocery stores and at gas stations, in other states it is sold by mail order or through a broker.
It takes about 15 hours to produce one kilogram of fur.
It takes about two weeks to get it to market.
And there are many fees and taxes involved.
It also takes an average of seven to 10 years to get the fur to market, according to the Humane Service.
Fur is also very costly.
It produces a large number of animals for fur products, including baby seals, fur babies, and many other animals.
Furs also cost the animals who consume them their own lives.
The cost of the fur can be enormous.
It comes from far more than just the fur that is sold, but also the waste products and the materials used to make that fur.
Furs are made from animals that have been killed, trapped, and mutilated, which means they are often contaminated with toxic chemicals and other harmful substances.
It does not take long to see a spike in illnesses and deaths from those animals.
In fact, one study found that there were more than 5,000 animal deaths from exposure to toxic chemicals in one fur farm in Oregon.
A federal ban on the fur fur trade is necessary to ensure that the animals killed for fur are treated humanely.
The animal welfare group PETA, along with other groups, is fighting to end the fur business.
I have a very strong conviction that the animal welfare groups have a moral obligation to do everything in their power to make fur cruelty a thing of the past.
They’ve been fighting the fur traders for decades.
And we have to keep up the fight.
And I think the fur movement is stronger than ever.