Mac Hanson 
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Re: “Stuffed Wild Morels

They thrive in recently burned forests, which produce large natural sources of dioxin, a toxin that accumulates in animal tissue linked to cancer.

A once a year dose from Morels probably isn't bad... except for our environment's many additional sources.

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Posted by Mac Hanson on 06/25/2022 at 11:44 AM

Re: “HumCo Planning Director Headed to Fort Bragg

Who will be the next in Humb.Co.'s uninterrupted legacy of policies and practices serving the deepest pockets environment be damned?

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Posted by Mac Hanson on 06/01/2022 at 11:54 AM

Re: “Fourth District Supervisor

When Eureka police shot and killed young Tommy McClain in his own front yard I stood with family and friends in front of Eureka's "Warfinger" building with a photo-memorial of Tommy while Eureka police received promotion awards inside.

Natalie Arroyo was the only local representative among the entire Eureka city council and county supervisors who didn't avert their eyes. She had the common decency to approach our group and state, "I'm very sorry what happened to Tommy".

How hard is that? Natalie is not in my district but she has my support.

Holding Eureka police accountable for Tommy McClain's wrongful death was the first case heard at Humboldt County's newly constructed Federal Courthouse.

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Posted by Mac Hanson on 05/14/2022 at 8:38 PM

Re: “Lazio's Last Stand

Local elites whining about "all those regulations" have conveniently forgotten how the lack of regulations created the area's biggest single impediment to good paying jobs...a bay surrounded in brownfields.

Building overpriced condos, still empty years later, is part of the larger spectacle of greed, placing short-term profits in corrupt, recurring market "bubbles" over long term impacts from the next collapse.

Posted by Mac Hanson on 05/13/2022 at 1:31 AM

Re: “COVID Outbreak Strands NoHum Students in Rome, Milan

If you would like to learn more about the therapeutic science and benefits for distressed youths and adults experiencing foreign hotels, restaurants and views:…

Posted by Mac Hanson on 04/25/2022 at 11:02 PM

Re: “COVID Outbreak Strands NoHum Students in Rome, Milan

Not true.
The no-mask no-vaccine Spanish flu evolved into more virulent strains taking several years before less deadly mutations evolved.

Why do you think your orafacess have hairs? Masks increase that protection, neither are perfect.

Who wants to hear the whining by people who failed to research responses to COVID by the nations they're traveling to during an epidemic?

One of the most common sources of bed bugs are poorly sanitized airline seats.

The most common spread of COVID is travel!

Posted by Jim Scou on 04/25/2022 at 1:55 PM

Re: “COVID Outbreak Strands NoHum Students in Rome, Milan

Why were they traveling during an epidemic and what lesson is being taught by burning 1,000 pounds of fuel per person each way for a few days in a few counties?

Where's the rest of this story? Soon, over 1-million U.S. fatalities!

Many youth's who have recovered from COVID have serious and prolonged side-effects.

Public education is the last place I expected to see such callous disregard for science and the vulnerability of those with compromised immune systems by educators, parents, students, governments and communities so ignorant and careless about becoming vectors for new and potentially more virulent strains.

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Posted by Jim Scou on 04/25/2022 at 1:48 AM

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