Always good to know your enemy:dpca10 wrote:You guys should be super careful about legislation protecting the plover. Sands beach in santa barbara has a large plover population and if you try and launch your kite there the granola freaks go ape shit. I had one guy try and grab my kite when I was self launching on a low tide day below the high tide line, screaming it was a private beach. After I told him that all property below the mean high tide line was public property he realy went nuts. I don't know what it is about this bird....but a dredded up hippie sitting in a beach chair protecting the 3/4 roped off beach is what you are looking at. FYI ....
You must be kidding me? Wind energy is a joke and only the simplest of minds actually thinks it is a viable energy source...Our enemy is not the rich, it is the government and the neo-socialist enviro-wackos that drive up oil prices, drive up foods prices, and make our lives miserable with their enviro-fascist religion that they are constantly shoving down our throats.gobigkahuna wrote:Here, to the south of Hatteras, the Richies have managed to get a "moratorium" on wind mills and wind generators. Yup, that's right, as oil prices soar and our dependence on it continues at a record pace, the Richies have put the single most successful form of alternative energy on "hold" because they are afraid that it will spoil that million dollar view from their mansion on stilts.
Jeff, tell us how you really feeljkrug wrote:typical treehugger responses here based on 100% emotion, 0% logic. you fail to see even the most obvious issue here. today the enviro-freaks want to ban driving on OBX because of these birds, tomorrow they will ban all beach access at your favorite spot for the same, or some other nonsensical reason. the enviro-freaks need to be stopped, minimally they should be ignored. they fail to understand that humans are also part of 'nature' and are entitled to enjoy it as much as the little furry animals are. And Darwin understood that if any little furry animals cannot survive within that context, well, adios! The enviro-freaks are only pathetically surpassed by our govt, which actually listens to these whack jobs. Concepts like: 'cars/kites make the birds behave a certain way, completely changing their lifestyles' are just so far out there as to be nothing but hysterical.
And all you treehuggers who support these freaks should beware: they will eventually not like something you're doing, so watch your back. Don't even get me started on the 'global warming' farce or it's relevance to this issue...history will prove Al Gore to be one of the great buffoons of our time, and all you embarassing sheep who buy into the emotional side and ignore scientific facts, well, you're all beyond hope anyway.
I cherish our beaches, forests, mountains, animals, etc, and would never intentionally harm any of it. But being asked to stay away from all of that because my presence might somehow harm it...sorry, not going to happen. the world would be a better place if enviromentalists were banned.
Ditto. That is the other side of the enviro-freak coin that I am sick of. They have this automatic assumption that anyone who doesn't wear a ponytail, wear a Greenpeace sticker, refuse to bathe, and agree with them 100%, is therefore opposed to the environment.jkrug wrote:I cherish our beaches, forests, mountains, animals, etc, and would never intentionally harm any of it. But being asked to stay away from all of that because my presence might somehow harm it...sorry, not going to happen. the world would be a better place if enviromentalists were banned.
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