This is the age-old debate, what is the "natural state"? From what point in the progression of forest growth is the place of basing the point to which to establish the target to restore to? 1 million years, 20,000 years, 300 years? In the twenty years I've had the responsibility of my land the trees have volunteered their own growth pattern. The firs shading out the oaks have been by their ability to grow without help from me, and at times despite my attempts to thin out the fir. Humans have burned here for a long time. What is my point of reference? Let the fir grow, or thin them?
I always knew that guy would come to a bad end.
Yeah!!! One less freak in the hills.
Holly Young is on the mark, there is nothing about this case that involves pot. Wilde is arrogant, comes from money, and he felt that he had a right to kill three people because they crossed him. Tying pot into this is a terrible way to make a case. Not to mention that the attorney is a whack-job, tends to wax-poetic to derail the jury, and puts on scenes and costumes for effect.
Please stop calling him a "Kneeland man"! He is not, was not, from Kneeland. He bought property from a "land man" [EDIT]. He never interacted with any one here [EDIT] and he scared the bajesus out of everyone whom he came in contact with. Please call him a "bay area man", I think that is where he comes from. Kneelanders do want the stigma of that goon, please.
Heidi is amazingly driven, and her unstoppable energy is contagious. I am so excited to see this project unfold, especially the community involvement. It could lead to an overall change in the neighborhood, and that would be great to see.
This man is not a prisoner of war, he is a prisoner of greed. Did he think that the laws of other states have no teeth simply because he is a Californian? He was in So. D because there is big money in the oil extraction business there. Where is the environmental high ground here?
Sorry. can't get tears for him. He is where he is because of the very clear and intentional choices he made. Stop with this story, it reeks of insincerity. Some old story, only the guy is in a band you like. Please, move on.
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Mar 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
North Coast Journal
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