Passport for endangered instruments
So now you have to get a passport for each instrument you take on international travel if it contains skin or bone from endangered animals. At least it will reduce the chances of confiscation....maybe.
Here's the story.
Ah, I get it. First the stupid laws and then another law so you can have "passports" for inanimate items being used by legitimate people. I guess if you ever have faux snakeskin or alligator shoes, you will need a certificate for proving faux, and THEN a passport for your shoes. Uh...how does a shoe, or piano I guess, sign it's passport again?
Much thanks again to da Man for making common sense life so much easier every day!:rollno:
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