Clay Bennett for April 22, 2009

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    tracht47  over 13 years ago

    Let’s celebrate those tree stumps.

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    mackado  over 13 years ago

    too many beavers?

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    etocme  over 13 years ago

    Oh please….there is no tree shortage…ridiculous assumption

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    comsymp  over 13 years ago

    No, etocme, it was your post that was a ridiculous assumption. The facts of global deforestation aside, this is a freakin’ cartoon! Buy a vowel, man!

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    etocme  over 13 years ago

    Comsymp….I didn’t realize that that this was a cartoon…thanks for the heads up. And I wouldn’t use the term “facts” regarding global deforestation… maybe “fallacy” but not “facts”

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    JerryGorton  over 13 years ago

    Back in the fifty’s Phillipine Mahogany was almost cheaper than pine. Ferdinand and Imelda made millions with practically slave labor selling it to the U.S. I am sure they were clearcutting!

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    JerryGorton  over 13 years ago

    Forgot Nova Scotia redwood in the 60’s. Cheap!

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    comsymp  over 13 years ago

    etocme- Maybe that whole Earth orbiting the Sun theory is a fallacy too. I swear, you conservatives that dispute any science that doesn’t serve your ‘deregulate at any cost’ principles, are downright dangerous.

    Do us all a favor- read. Curiosity may have killed the cat, but a lack of it will kill us all.

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    joylederman  over 13 years ago

    If the current economic crisis stops even one “developer” in my area from contributing to the continuous housing sprawl and clearing of every woodland in my county, then I hope this economic crisis NEVER ends!

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