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Lou's reply to fayeroe-achagedplace fayeroe

Posted by Lou Pilder on December 23, 2006, at 16:06:20

In reply to Re: correction to link for above Lou Pilder, posted by fayeroe on December 22, 2006, at 18:12:59

> lou, didn't i get a smiley for my post? :-)
> southeastern Oklahoma has been raped, pillaged and ruined by Weyerhauser Lumber company. they are now in partnership with Hancock Insurance Company and our lakes and rivers are full of silt and the hardwoods (for squirrels and deer) are gone and the chemicals they used to kill the foliage caused cattle to abort, women to miscarry and there is an unbelievably high incidence of cancer there now......makes you sick, doesn't it? big toads and is a changed place from my idyllic childhood.
You wrote,[...been pillaged..ruined..full of silt..gone..chemicals..used to kill..makes you sick..?..a changed place...].
Environmental disasters can happen over a long period of time and create {a changed place}. Not like it was when our forefathers inhabited the wilderness. First it is one strip mine, and one mountainside deforested. Then from that one event, the soil that is bare erodes, then there is flooding, then there is more erosion then there could be animals that depended on the environment to have to leave to seek other places to live crowding those anomals that are already there and so the fire is lit and spreads and is still burnning. Is it not the firsyt ax and the first shovel that strats the chain?
I have been to Oklahoma, right through where you describe. Lou's first un-smiley>[:-(]




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