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Re: killing wolves

Post by wisconsitom » Mon Mar 21, 2016 11:55 am

Hah! Forums are good therapy! One thing I've noted in my short time here is that this board is populated by folks much more like myself than most of the places I've hung out at in Webland. We're not specists here, which is highly refreshing. Nor is our outlook tending to be controlled by some HOA or other silly amalgam of good intentions coupled with poor understanding. I guess the thing about Wisconsin is that it is this state, perhaps more so than any other, where a great deal of environmental knowledge has originated. If a handful of corrupt politicians can turn this place around so far and so wonders if anything is safe. Like I tell my one son who is at all political (like dad), what is required is constant vigilance. "Progress" as we know it is never free of threat, never beyond being undone. 20, 50, and 100 years from now, greed will still be operational.

BTW, I did intend to write the word "specist" up yonder. That's not a typo for specialist or something.

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