I presume you're speaking about weeds literally (not metaphorically), and I would generally agree.
I was. Weeds are a serious environmental problem that requires careful, detailed work by highly trained people, often under difficult physical circumstances.
Who is going to do that kind of work in an environment that endangers life and limb?
posted on 08/14/2003 8:35:37 AM PDT
(California! See how low WE can go!)
An Idaho family was recently on an outing using 4-wheel ATVs. One of the daughters was lagging the group and her engine stopped. A large pack of wolves started circling her location. She managed to restart the engine and escape. The wolves up here are into killing as a form of entertainment. They don't eat the victim. It is left as carrion for vultures.
posted on 08/14/2003 11:09:32 AM PDT
To: Carry_Okie; *Enviralists; 1Old Pro; a_federalist; abner; aculeus; alaskanfan; alloysteel; ...
"Who is going to do that kind of work in an environment that endangers life and limb?"
Oh, didn't you know? Farley Mowatt discovered that wolves only eat little field mice. Those calves and lambs that are getting eaten are really victims of the spirits that make crop circles (Jim Beam, Jack Daniels, etc.)
posted on 08/14/2003 7:51:25 PM PDT
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