Geez - you assume the dog owner is telling the truth - a very nebulous assumption. You also reveal an anti-hunting attitude, and your assertion that a dog caught in a trap cannot be removed by its owner seems absurd. Just go ahead and release your dog, in the extremely rare event that it's caught in a trap. Dogs are not designated fur bearers.
The fact that no state or local law enforcement agency finds anything wrong with pumping five or more bullets into a dog, after the owner, in full view, shouts NOOOO, is horrifying. In fact, the killer is being protected by our law enforcement. What? If your dog is caught in a trap, and you remove your dog or that trap YOU have broken the law. Your dog is the property of the trapper once caught in his trap. Whose public lands are these, anyway?
"...our area's best chefs aren't exactly eager to showcase Tofurky."
Ha ha! Why is it that non-vegans can't seem to get past the Tofurky shtick? It's the all-purpose, go-to putdown, yet that's only one product of many, and not even the best. Constantly falling back on Tofurky as a defensive putdown is lazy, at the very least.
As for some of the films listed here, it feels more like a continuation of "last week's slight."
How about Earthlings http://earthlings.com/ --the film that many people have credited for turning them vegan overnight? How about The Witness? http://www.witnessfilm.org/ Or The Peaceable Kingdom: The Journey Home http://www.peaceablekingdomfilm.org/ --about the emotional lives of farmed animals? Then there's Vegucated http://www.getvegucated.com/ --about three meat-eating New Yorkers who take a stroll along the path to veganism.
Yeah, many of these films are downers, because animals' commodified lives are downers, and how do you dress that up to be fun? Maybe it's just an inconvenient truth easily side-stepped with Tofurky jokes.
Genius light look again. Clearly the couple to the left of the "hetero couple" are a man and woman. That blows your theory to hell. Think you need a new prescription for eyewear. Looking at the couple on the right, you're wrong again!
sad to see once again some anti hunter and trapper type get their knee jerk lopsided reaction printed in the Independent. The whole story hasn't even come out, assault rifle with silencer , come on dopey, I bet his dog was out of his control, way out in front, a sad situation yes, but a really stupid remark from the dog owner who has no blame in the world for what happened during a hunting season with a dog that closely resembles wolves, I have seen plenty in AK so I know they are not much different looking, this one was a wolf cross too most likely, and how dumb can you be to go out without orange on you and your dogs, heck I plaster my horses with blaze orange!!
these folks are stupid ignorant egotists , they should at the very least ban them for life if caught in any park breaking laws set up years ago to protect, not commercialize these diamonds of our country. They are probably the same folks illegally making bike trails, etc.. Seems we have come to a crossroads with our population where rules need to be stiffened up 200% to allow some resemblance of sanity for the rest of us that do not need or want hi tech garbage, and inflated egos to float past our view we hold precious in our life
blah blah blah blah....500k spent by law enforcement officials..to arrest two ppl.....one of em was peeing in the lake dunno who the other was.....the site was cleaned up in record time....all traces of 10,000 ppl wiped away...n all anyone can say anything bad about is stray dogs that showed up in a town 40 miles away......hmmmm what a retarted comment about someone leaving there dog because of a ride....lmao who would give a human a ride that disregarded there dog??....i would live in the streets with my dog if ever given the choice of a room without my pup...good ole free press.....
If wild places cannot be preserved in our National Parks, they will not be preserved anywhere.
Let the wild be wild.
Let the sky jumpers, white water adrenalinists and mechanized snow spoilers play in their own back yards and leave this wild place to itself.
"A thing is right when it tends to preserve the integrity, stability, and beauty of the biotic community. It is wrong when it tends otherwise." Aldo Leopold
I absolutely support Yellowstone National Park Chief Ranger Tim Reid and The Greater Yellowstone Coalition. Conservation and preservation of the park's resources comes first and foremost. Some day, kayaker Ben Kinsella will mature and stop thinking only of himself and his sense of entitlement to do anything he wants anywhere he wants. Meanwhile, Yellowstone and her environs, with the help of folks like Reid and the Coalition's Pearson, will prevail...for all time, for those of us who want to get her glad tidings, without the yahooing of the of extreme recreationists playing with their adrenalin. Nature first, for once, please.
I surf and canoe whitewater but I don't ever want to look down and see some adrenaline junkie in a garish plastic "watercraft" slashing graffitti across any beautiful Yellowstone river. I support the ban - forever. Go somewhere else.
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Skylar Browning you're a man after my heart. I want to add Troll 2 and Best Worst Movie, a documentary about the legend of Troll 2. The screenwriter says she chose to make the goblins who live in Nilbog plant-eaters as an anti vegetarian statement, which is hilarious and awesome as I'm sure many important film scholars have said.
Year of the Dog is pretty boring but I liked it better than you.
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This breaks my heart. I wish I could just give him a hug. May God mend his family's broken heart. Thank you for your brave service Noah, R.I.P.
I can relate to that effect except its south east asia, particularly the Philippines. After I got back after a year, coming back in winter I knew after 2 days I wanted to go back and headed back in less than a month. I've left there several times but I keep getting pulled back.
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I'm tired of hearing idiots keep repeating that wolves are the number one cause of elk decline in MT, or anywhere. Overall, the elk population is stable and in areas where they have declined the combined impacts of drought, habitat degradation, cattle grazing on public lands, and human population pressures (yes, including hunting, shockingly) have had a FAR greater impact than combined predation by bears, lions, or wolves.
The more we try to mess with nature the more screwed up it gets. If we want to protect any forms of wildlife for future generations we need to take a look at our own actions first before turning an animal into a scapegoat. Killing off the wolves will not solve anything. Wildlife populations will continue to decrease anyway if adequate space is not preserved for them and it is we foolish people who are to blame.
No disrespect to hunters. If you need the meat, go for it. If you need to or want to kill a wolf no one is stopping you. But take a minute to ask yourself what your real motives are. Do you really care about wildlife or are you just looking for an excuse to be cruel and selfish?
Go U of M!!! Cyber Security's importance is finally beginning to be taken seriously and it needs to start in College so the businessmen and women of tomorrow understand the landscape of digital commerce in the 21st Century.
I would encourage you to read how companies like OPSWAT are adocating the use of multi-scanning to validate the integrity of file streams and external media.
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The Risho's--all of them--have been making me deliriously happy for a long, long time.
Winter hours: Weekdays Noon till 10:00 Grill closes at 9: Weekends Noon till 2 am.
Book a cabin early they go fast and the bands are every Saturday night at 9.
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