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  1. treesareus commented on Moderately Confused 1 day ago

    I’d bet he was a small businessman dealing with government red tape.

  2. treesareus commented on Grand Avenue 1 day ago

    They were metal hoops from wooden barrels, not wagon wheels.

  3. treesareus commented on The Other Coast 3 days ago

    Yes, if Jefferson had written in that the Federal government’s taxation and expenditures cannot exceed 10% of the gross domestic product, now that would be a start. Then limit the terms allowed in the House to 2 and the Senate to 1…that would help.

  4. treesareus commented on The Other Coast 5 days ago

    Don’t confuse Raeside with the facts c.davies. The US Fish and Wildlife estimates there are 20-25,000 polar bears today, up from 5-10,000 in the 1950s and 60s. There are several animal rights wacko sites that are telling people big fibs about the polar bear population.

  5. treesareus commented on The Other Coast 16 days ago

    If you don’t believe me, check Google Earth and view the forests north east of Upper Payette Lake, McCall, Idaho. Those big rectangles of trees are 30+ year old clear cuts that survived the 1994 fires. The same thing can be seen near Lava Butte Lake, west of Upper Payette Lake. Harvest units create areas where there is little fuel for a wild land fire to burn and make controlling fire much easier.

  6. treesareus commented on The Other Coast 16 days ago

    Beats letting it burn up. Forests grow a certain amount of burnable fuel each year, year in and year out. There are two ways larger fuels leave the forest, one is by burning up and the other is logging.. Because humans have been putting fires out for 100+ years there is 100+ years of burnable fuels built up in the forests of the US West. Burning in those conditions kills the forest soil and takes 1,000 years or more before a mature forest returns to the site. Foresters and loggers can accomplish the same new forest in less than 100 years, with less impact on water, wildlife and air.

  7. treesareus commented on The Duplex 16 days ago

    But Shi tzoo accurately describes my friend’s Shi tzoo. He is an obstinate little jerk

  8. treesareus commented on Pearls Before Swine 18 days ago

    If you don’t like the comments don’t read them.

  9. treesareus commented on Flo and Friends 24 days ago

    I bet if you asked the average person on the street they would have no clue about the speeds of sound or light.

  10. treesareus commented on Ripley's Believe It or Not 27 days ago

    The “6.50 loaf of bread” would be 51 cents, not 4.6 cents.