Acacia Sgt Posted December 25, 2017 Share Posted December 25, 2017 2 minutes ago, Jave said: This is a bad argument and you know it. There is zero guarantee that removing something will mean that we'll get something to compensate in return. Most of the time, deciding not to add something means just that: You get nothing. Doesn't change the fact it still leaves the room to be used for something else. Whether it actually is used is another altogether from there being space to use in the first place. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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