........This and that as things come up
It reminds me of some loggers in the Pacific Northwest. Rather than accept that people are concerned about the environment (and have a right to be, after all, we do share the same air, waterways etc. ...) they go on the attack and shut down dialogue. I have seen and listened to several pretty nasty conversations while in the boardroom by Slope workers complaining about liberals and environmentalists. They are loud and act like they own the place. So sad for all of us who would be open to a conversation but they already set the tone.
It's cheap speech, but it isn't free.
Reminds me of the "piss on SEACC" cartoons on the windows of the jacked up pickups here in Juneau (SEACC = Southeast Alaska Conservation Council).Those kind of signs and bumper stickers just make me want to let the air out of their fat tires...
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