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How I love waterboarding!

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"I promise you, put me alone in a room with a liberal in 10 minutes i'll have him admitting he wants to due carl marx and castro in a 3 way."

Whenever you feel up to it, Scotty... ;-)

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destin

come on man... we all know liberals aren't americans. They're socialists which is incompatible with america.

I promise you, put me alone in a room with a liberal in 10 minutes i'll have him admitting he wants to due carl marx and castro in a 3 way.

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Sorry I am not an animal to be managed, now that is communism. Animals can be managed, People should not be managed, free enterprise and a free America is where it all happens!

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I would say that "Stewardship" should be defined as responsible, sound, moral management of any charge. The advocating of basic rights for ecosystems does not doom us to the stone age, it merely provides even more of a compass, based on reason and morality, to guide our efforts. Which, according to most of the articles quoted, certain GOVERNMENT (would that be "big" government?) agencies of various levels are doing quite well. So my next question: If government- state, local, and federal- can maintain the health of an economically and biologically VITAL plant population, why shouldn't they have a more active role in maintaining the health of an animal population- namely, us?

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Also from your Uncle's website Reasons For The "Managed Forest" Approach: The U.S. demands and needs the 10,000 wood products that come from the forests. Our country has set aside 13,000,000 acres of preserved, old forests for aesthetic value, academic study, history, etc. (We support setting aside some forests for preservation.) The 1.7 million employees (and their families) in the United States in the wood products industry need these jobs. Managed forests produce more oxygen for the atmosphere than old forests. Old trees at the end of their life cycle use more oxygen than they produce. Forest fires are greatly reduced by managing the forest. Toilet paper is more human friendly than toilet plastic (just one example, try it with plastic wrap!) Since trees are 100% renewable. recyclable and biodegradable, they can be managed well for humans and the environmental good of the planet. To ensure good management practices, many laws regulate how the forests are treated. Managed forests are healthier forests. The Bible states that trees are for human use and should be carefully managed (Genesis 1). Responsible management practices are increasing the ratio of trees to people. There are currently 1,000 trees per person and that ratio is increasing annually. The wood products industry provides enormous tax revenues. Facts established by science favor the managed forest approach. Managed forests are more protected from the ravages of disease and weather related calamities. Correctly managed forests protect wildlife (including endangered species), clean air and water, and provide a healthy ecosystem for the future. The U.S. has more professional foresters (who oversee the health of the forests) than any country in the world.

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tbr

this past summer in Florida there were so many forest/brush fires that we had a few days of smoky days here in St. Pete and had NO fires. It all drifted in from north and central Florida.

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Yes Destin he is referring to the "old growth". Old trees less oxygen, new trees more oxygen. If you went to his website he also tells you toilet paper is more human friendly than toilet plastic too! LOL

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Well, I will have to agree with the fire.

The last big fires down this way, about 4 years ago, burned to within about three blocks of my former place of employment. I had to evacuate because we lost power. We were not in any danger of losing our place, but seeing fire on three sides of you is a bit scary.

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Great info Pete, thanks. Yes you need a combination but they are finding out it is better to manage the old growth areas too, or by nature someday you will not have them. Leaving them alone to burn wildly and you are being irresponsible.

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