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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - David Housel
Before anyone starts calling Auburn fans a bunch of tree huggers, remember this: No one has ever actually been seen locked in an embrace with the suddenly endangered trees at Toomer's Corner.
They start early in this part of the country.
"It's more than these oak trees, it's the role they played in Auburn history," former Auburn athletic director David Housel said. "People in Auburn feel violated because their tradition has been attacked."
"The tradition of rolling Toomer's Corner will go on whether these trees survive or not," Housel said."