how stupid are people



Listen up !!!!!!!!!....i dont know what fucking crack college people attend.........but when someone puts seed from a strange place and mail it to me .......straight into the fire or burned in a corner or simply bleach ........bleach kills everything ......so if you are not  sure .....bleach!!!!!!!!!!.......i mena  what sort of  fucking retards open a  strange package ...especially from china ...i say always........ if i have not ordered it ......... and don't recognize it ......in the bin .......i trust no one !!!!!!! ....everyone  today is  barking mad 111111 .......you cannot  trust anyone .....only a couple of close friends......china hates america  ......so does a lot of  people .....but if you are a no toothed ........goat fucker...... from Arkansas .....and open this ....... you deserve all you get ........ simple!!!!! ....i say  ...stupid people  are just a waste of time.. ....so maybe this is the chinese  trying to get rid of stupid people  



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A Louisiana woman who planted seeds from a mysterious package says she's not worried. But the USDA is, and it's asking people not to plant these unknown seeds.

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Louisiana woman who planted mysterious package seeds says she isn't worried
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By the time the US Department of Agriculture put out a warning about the mysterious packages of seeds residents across the country have received.
  • One Louisiana woman had already planted a batch, WAFB reported. It's not clear where her seeds were from.
  • It's unclear what type of seeds they are, but authorities worry it could be invasive and harm plants and animals.
  • The woman, Shelley Aucoin, says she's working with authorities to help figure out what the seeds are.

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A Louisiana woman says she planted a mysterious package of seeds she received but only became aware of the trend after seeing the news, WAFB reported.
Residents across all 50 states have reported getting unsolicited packages — the majority of which are from China — that contain mystery seeds in them, Business Insider previously reported.
The Department of Agriculture has warned residents not to plant the seeds.
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"USDA is aware that people across the country have received suspicious, unsolicited packages of seed that appear to be coming from China. USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is working closely with the Department of Homeland Security's Customs and Border Protection, other federal agencies, and State departments of agriculture to investigate the situation," the agency said in astatement earlier this week.
However, by that point Shelley Aucoin who lives in Berwick, Louisiana, had already planted the seeds she got in the mail in May, WAFB reported.
"We didn't think anything of it. The first ones [seeds] we planted," Shelley Aucoin said. It's not clear where the seeds Aucoin received are from.
Aucoin got another package of seeds earlier this month. "Then we saw the post saying don't plant them. I mean, I'm not scared about it, I'm not worried about it, but I guess people are," Aucoin told the outlet.
She's told the local outlet that she's working with federal authorities to figure what type of plants they are and if they can cause any damage.
The Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry said they received more than 300 calls about the seed packages and warned recipients not to open the bags.
"The packets we have picked up so far are coming predominantly from China, but also Uzbekistan, Solomon Islands, areas of Russia. Most of them say earbuds, jewelry, earrings, and one said garden supplies," LDAF Commissioner Mike Strain said, according to WAFB.
Strain advised residents who already planted the seeds to kill them as soon as they sprout.
"Use some type of herbicide, spray them, and if anything comes back, spray it. Anything you do, do not let those plants grow. The risk is too great," he said.
USDA advised those who received them to not plant them but hold on to the packaging and seeds so the department can test them.


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