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  • crm3006
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    No comment, just pushing spam. Wish F&S IT would get off the dime!

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  • FirstBubba
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    Pushin' a rock!

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    Thread reclaim

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  • 99explorer
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    Allow me to explain the concept of "forever wild."
    That Irish countryside is not IT.
    Neither is Central Park in New York City, which seems to be what Donald Trump has in mind for the forests of California.
    Meditate on that until a little light bulb goes off.

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  • franchi20
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    Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post
    Reclaiming posts
    Doing the same

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    Reclaiming posts

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  • crm3006
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    slimy nine, what in the hell does New York's Forest Preserve lands have to do with forest fires in commiefornia? You know, the ones set by arsonists, and joe bite-me said were the result of global warming? You are so off subject and pathetically stupid, you cease to be either relevant or amusing. Go away, do bandicoot things for a while, quit embarrassing yourself!
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  • 99explorer
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    Trump should have been aware of the "forever wild "concept.

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  • 99explorer
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    Protected as "forever wild" by Article XIV of the New York State Constitution (leaves DEC website), New York's Forest Preserve lands range from remote backcountry to DEC-operated campgrounds, and have exceptional scenic, recreational, and ecological value. Rugged mountain peaks, remote lakes and ponds, millions of acres of unfragmented forests, and nearly 2,000 miles of trails provide ample opportunity for many types of recreation while providing a variety of habitats for plants and wildlife.

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  • 99explorer
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    Irish countryside.

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  • 99explorer
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    Comparisons to European forests are a waste of time because they were denuded for construction and firewood for many centuries before this country was even discovered.

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  • crm3006
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    Biden Claims 'The Facts Are Undeniable' as He Blames Wildfires on Climate Change



    Former Vice President Joe Biden delivered an address from Delaware on Monday connecting climate change to worsening wildfires on the West Coast.

    The
    Democratic presidential nominee will “discuss how extreme weather events are both caused by & underscore the urgent need to tackle the climate crisis,” spokesman Matt Hill tweeted on Sunday.



    Monday morning, Hill tweeted a thread regarding
    Biden’s address:

    TRENDING:
    Biden: 'I Carry with Me, in My Pocket, Do I Have That? Anyone? Where's My Staff? I Gave It Away'





    Biden’s comments come shortly after former President Barack Obama and New York Sen. Chuck Schumer called the fires an example of how climate change can impact modern communities.

    “The science is clear, and deadly signs like these are unmistakable — climate change poses an imminent, existential threat to our way of life,” Biden said in a statement Saturday, according to
    The Hill.

    “President Trump can try to deny that reality, but the facts are undeniable.”

    Wildfires in California, Oregon and Washington have killed 28 people since August,
    CNN reported.

    More than half a million people are under some sort of evacuation alert and more than 4.5 million acres have been burned by wildfires in 12 states since August, according to
    NBC News.

    “The lack of active land management is almost 100 percent the cause,” forest science expert Bob Zybach told The Daily Caller News Foundation in a report Sunday.




    University of Washington climate scientist Cliff Mass told the DCNF in 2018, “Global warming may contribute slightly, but the key factors are mismanaged forests, years of fire suppression, increased population, people living where they should not, invasive flammable species, and the fact that California has always had fire.”

    Do you think the wildfires are being caused by climate change?Yes No
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    President
    Donald Trump has scheduled a trip to McClellan Park in Sacramento, California, in which local and federal officials will brief the president and discuss how far firefighters have come in containing the wildfires, The Washington Post reported Monday.

    “I have approved 37 Stafford Act Declarations, including Fire Management Grants to support their brave work. We are with them all the way!” the president tweeted Friday.



    Roughly 75 percent of damage stemming from California’s
    wildfires was a result of “the way we manage lands and develop our landscape,” Scott Stephens, a professor of fire science at the University of California, Berkeley, said at a conference in Washington in January, according to E&E.

    “There is no reason for these massive, deadly and costly forest fires in California except that forest management is so poor,” the president tweeted in November 2018.



    He
    suggested at the time that other countries do things like “raking and cleaning things, and they don’t have any problem,” citing how Finland manages forests.

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  • 99explorer
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    Any comparison to European forests is a waste of time because they've been denuded for construction and firewood for many centuries.

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  • FirstBubba
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    Originally posted by crm3006 View Post
    slimy nine, being his usual dumass self: "Now if every hunter and camper picked up just one leaf and took it home, the forests would look like dance floors and there would be nothing to burn:-))"

    Well, slimy, you have a half bright idea. Unusual for a halfwit, but, if the Forrest Service, bureau of land mismanagement, and who knows how many other federal and state agencies, had not forbidden the public to take downed trees, and dead trees, for firewood for decades, the woods would not be a tinderbox, waiting on a spark.
    Furthermore, if some of your compadres and fellow anti-Trumpers and other communists were not dedicated arsonists, could be commifornia wouldn't be burning down now. But, we must all trust the gov'ment, cause those pinheads know what is good for us! Right?
    Another example of an appointed bureaucrat sitting behind a desk in Washington, DC telling some poor schmuck in California how to manage the now burning forest.
    CA, OR and WA have treehugging liberals that think leaving the forest untouched allows it to return to its natural state.....but it also turns it into a tinderbox.

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  • crm3006
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    slimy nine, being his usual dumass self: "Now if every hunter and camper picked up just one leaf and took it home, the forests would look like dance floors and there would be nothing to burn:-))"

    Well, slimy, you have a half bright idea. Unusual for a halfwit, but, if the Forrest Service, bureau of land mismanagement, and who knows how many other federal and state agencies, had not forbidden the public to take downed trees, and dead trees, for firewood for decades, the woods would not be a tinderbox, waiting on a spark.
    Furthermore, if some of your compadres and fellow anti-Trumpers and other communists were not dedicated arsonists, could be commifornia wouldn't be burning down now. But, we must all trust the gov'ment, cause those pinheads know what is good for us! Right?

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