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Re: “Selfish desire

"King-size coyote fur comforter: Price vs. cost":
http://www.othernationsjustice.org/?p=1070…

Posted by Other Nations on 12/26/2014 at 2:28 PM

Re: “Wyoming coyote trapper defends graphic photos

If you think hunting and trapping is sick, cruel, and inhumane.... Blame your parents for raising a pussy. If you don't like this sort of stuff, why visit the webpage?

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Posted by forrealsgetagrip on 12/24/2014 at 11:25 AM

Re: “Orange Street Food Farm owners buy Safeways, make them Missoula Fresh Markets

Hi Chris, have you tried out the newer healthstore on 3rd and reserve? Some of the best organics prices because they are essentially a chain.

Posted by Kevin Petitpas on 12/24/2014 at 8:43 AM

Re: “Orange Street Food Farm owners buy Safeways, make them Missoula Fresh Markets

Good point, Chris. There's probably a lot more to this story that we don't know. I'd personally like more reporting on this Safeway/Albertson's merger, which I hadn't heard about before this story.

Those are stores everyone grew up with, so I'm wondering...what's going on?

Posted by Greg Strandberg on 12/22/2014 at 10:17 PM

Re: “Orange Street Food Farm owners buy Safeways, make them Missoula Fresh Markets

I shop the Reserve Safeway and I love it. I am so dissapointed to hear this, because a small business model simply cannot offer the prices of a larger chain. Safeway has come leaps and bounds in their organic selection, and it's the store branded organic brand that brings me in. With the wages in Missoula, this is the only place I've consistently found a wide organic selection across all categories that isn't at elitist prices. HIGHLY unhappy that this is being taken from the lower income residents of this city, which seems to be a majority of us.

1 like, 4 dislikes
Posted by Chris G on 12/22/2014 at 9:23 PM

Re: “Thank Eru, The Hobbit is finally over

http://www.cracked.com/blog/5-amazing-lord-rings-movies-that-almost-happened/

Posted by A Highly Nonny Moose on 12/22/2014 at 10:34 AM

Re: “Orange Street Food Farm owners buy Safeways, make them Missoula Fresh Markets

Sounds like a good deal all around. They're not laying anyone off and will hire more. And they can react faster to changing market demands as they're here in town.

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Posted by Greg Strandberg on 12/20/2014 at 9:51 PM

Re: “Deeply outraged

this video game massacre is killing and wounding animals for no reason but blood lust. Why isn't FWP cracking down on this violence toward animals? They can't even say it's unethical. Who will?

Posted by trapland on 12/20/2014 at 7:36 PM

Re: “Orange Street Food Farm owners buy Safeways, make them Missoula Fresh Markets

Cool reflection in the photo

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Posted by SK on 12/20/2014 at 12:49 PM

Re: “Deeply outraged

The answer is NOT to open up more private land to killing more elk but to impose strict and heavy penalties on those who kill wildlife for fun and recreation. What is "ethical" killing of animals anyway? where is the "fair chase" when the animal victims are not armed too? This nonsense of "ethical sportsman" and "fair chase" is just a pathetic smokescreen for those who want to kill unsuspecting animals, beings who just like us, are trying to carve out a living. Seriously, think about it: What is "fair" about killing wild (or domestic for that matter) animals?

Posted by Florencegal on 12/19/2014 at 9:06 PM

Re: “Orange Street Food Farm owners buy Safeways, make them Missoula Fresh Markets

Oh I am delighted!!!

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Posted by Robbin Roshi Rose on 12/19/2014 at 5:05 PM

Re: “Tribal coalition speaks out against Yellowstone grizzly delisting

Kudos to the Tribal Nation! This animals need to be protected!

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Posted by Kerry Mahoney on 12/18/2014 at 8:42 PM

Re: “Deeply outraged

ethical hunters share your disgust with this episode of SLOB HUNTING. it is not indicative to the majority of the hunting public. one of the answers to this problem is indeed, opening up more hunting access on private land. finding a place to hunt is the biggest problem facing hunting today. too often access to public lands is through private land corridors. and these corridors are becoming more scarce. non hunting landowners close off these accesses, sometimes legally sometimes illegally. the SLOB hunter then becomes the "road hunter". the slob hunter will never be eradicated, but the effects of massive groups of game herded up by vehicles will be drastically curtailed as they will keep dispersed about in public and private hunting areas.

Posted by Paul Middleton on 12/18/2014 at 4:35 PM

Re: “Tribal coalition speaks out against Yellowstone grizzly delisting

Bob A, Illinois. Good for the Montana Wyoming Tribal Leaders Council for strongly opposing the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service's continuing Captain Ahab-like pursuit of grizzly bears, icons of American history, after decisively losing in litigation that ended in 2011. The Service should move on to something else, including preservation and protection of the great bears. The tribes have spoken loud and clear; Servheen can no longer claim lack of response.

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Posted by Bob A, Illinois on 12/18/2014 at 11:14 AM

Re: “Wyoming coyote trapper defends graphic photos

I don't understand why these hunters brag about photos of them with dead animals like something to be proud of. These animals are just wandering around doing their own thing why would you want to maim them? Why is hunting considered a sport? Your targets are basically helpless beings which practically makes you a wuss. If you want real sport, why don't you go to Afghanistan or terrorists-filled nations, shoot at the terrorists - you're guaranteed they'll shoot you back! Isn't that the kind of challenge you're looking for?!

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Posted by Jan Cavan Boulas on 12/16/2014 at 3:20 PM

Re: “Hung and Christmas-decorated coyote stirs outrage

Evil people will do evil things as long as the others do, say,see and hear nothing, they are just as guilty…if not worst!!!

Posted by Rosa Borisova on 12/15/2014 at 8:07 PM

Re: “Hung and Christmas-decorated coyote stirs outrage

I was born in Hot Springs and raised where the offending coyote hung. I've lived around the world, my family still lives there, near Plains. Nothing has changed there. It's still exactly the same but less saw mills. I take my family back there for a few vacations every year. We even bought a summer home there. I recommend that nobody goes there. Just stay away. The people are all animal killers, they wouldn't give you the time of day. The fishing is terrible (and it kills fish), the traffic sucks, there's garbage everywhere, the scenery is terrible, the locals have ruined everything. It's best if you just stay away and remove the thought of visiting nasty Montana from your thoughts.

2 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Steer Clear on 12/15/2014 at 4:12 PM

Re: “Hung and Christmas-decorated coyote stirs outrage

I always wanted to travel out West to Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming to see the wildlife and the beautiful scenery. Not any more. The behavior, sadistic nature, and cruelty of these people have made the thought of spending a single penny in these states repugnant. I really don't see the difference in these states and what they do to wildlife and Nazi Germany. Same attitudes, same level of uneducated people, same cruelties. Just change the species.

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Posted by Martin Streett on 12/15/2014 at 11:25 AM

Re: “Hung and Christmas-decorated coyote stirs outrage

I'm sure Jesus must be pleased by this sacrilege. "Kill a Coyote for Christ."

Perhaps if the names of the people who own the property were publicized, you could SHAME them into removing this desecration.

Only this week at the University of California at Berkeley, three effigies of black people being hanged were found. Whatever is happening to America, pray?

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Posted by Eric Mills on 12/14/2014 at 10:34 PM

Re: “Hung and Christmas-decorated coyote stirs outrage

Ranchers whine and hunters snivel. Nothing has changed. For some strange reason these people think they are more American than the rest of us. This is a culture that hasn't moved into the 21st century. Shame

12 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by William Huard on 12/14/2014 at 6:08 PM

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