Discussion in 'Conservation' started by The T.O. Show, Jan 10, 2018.
You were there in 1750?
Talk to us about the pebble mine first.
You're trying to draw a conclusion that because cities exist that other places shouldn't remain wild and pristine. Its illogical.
This wasn't supposed to be anti-Trump, and the intention wasn't to pick apart Zinke. The point is that this narrative negatively associates going outside and utilizing access to public lands with some form of elitism. It's ridiculous and divisive.
Get meaner?? Go for it, you think you're gonna hurt feelings around here?
I'm older than I look
No, I'm saying what humans have already done, by building those big cities in the most important places, for wild things we oogle over. Think again what human citification has done to wildlife. You can start with the greater Seattle area and anadromous salmonids. Yeah I did sorta change the subject but then again I did NOT.
I would say Forks and Tillamook cancel out your Seattle and Portland argument.
I can smell the fear on this thread.....its in the air, and its growing by the second.
Yeah, I know. It's tough for me to say that but I did. Meant it too. The smell of fear should rise a bit more now, thank you.
Smells like teen spirit
Only if sounded like this
Without Freestoneangler you'll have to work that much harder, start being meaner than an old sow, and your heart needs to be a thumpin' gizzard......be lower than a snake in a wagon rut.
Then the possums on the stump.....yessirree
Thanks for that, took me back a long way. Skynyrd fan always! Smellin' quite a bit better these days. Let the aroma rise.
Bring it on. Defending him only makes you look bad.
Yeah,well, that's just, like, your opinion, man.