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Coincidentally, the Yellowstone wolves were captured and relocated from Alberta.

Maybe we aren't all hillbilly wolf-haters after all.
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The best lack all conviction, while the worst
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"'Whole packs will be chased by helicopters until they are exhausted, and then shot under the guise of recovering dwindling caribou herds in the South Selkirk and South Peace areas,'Parr said. 'Caribou are in this situation because of us, not because of wolves. The province has allowed energy and recreation industries to destroy critical caribou habitat, facilitating predation by wolves which would otherwise be less able to access remote caribou herds....

'This is a question of animal welfare. In recent decades we have learned more about the true nature of wolves as emotional and intelligent beings, and their unique and beneficial impacts on biodiversity. Are we as a society prepared to spend the next thirty or more years gunning down families of wolves? This practice is not an approved method under Canada's current guidelines on Approved Animal Care.

'This is an expensive, short-sighted approach to caribou recovery. Hiring sharp-shooters and flying them around remote BC in helicopters in order to destroy entire wolf packs will take hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars.'"

http://www.bclocalnews.com/news/288970911.html
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I'm all for setting aside 9,984,670 km2 (3,855,100 sq miles) of North America as a nature preserve.
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Which would work out to all of Canada, give or take a square mile or two, right?
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Look what I found and bought for me today! :

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Those poor wolves are thrashing about in a patch of thorns!

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Here's a clearer pic, for your benefit, nairb. I bought the body wash.

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The wolves can handle thorns, I think, provided they don't step on them at an unfortunate angle. They've got thick coats, don't they? See how men long to be like wolves? See that? See that? Human insecurity is at the bottom of this whole thing, I say.
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That Old Spice stuff might be OK for a woman or a beta-male, but a true Alpha would wear this.


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I know that Stone, whom I respect greatly, disapproves of people believing and claiming that other people are idiots. But seriously. For amusement purposes only, I *love* that a bottle of wolf urine has to be labeled "Not for human consumption." As far as my hope for the continued survival of the species, well...
"Torture doesn't work" lol
Guess they forgot to tell Bill Buckley.

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That Old Spice stuff might be OK for a woman or a beta-male, but a true Alpha would wear this.


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How do you suppose they harvest that stuff?
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I *love* that a bottle of wolf urine has to be labeled "Not for human consumption." As far as my hope for the continued survival of the species, well...


I blame that on you lawyer types.
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How do you suppose they harvest that stuff?


The answer to that is, of course, "very carefully".
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I *love* that a bottle of wolf urine has to be labeled "Not for human consumption." As far as my hope for the continued survival of the species, well...


I blame that on you lawyer types.


I blame you citizen types. Lawyers wouldn't have too do stuff like that if jurors didn't do stuff like giving big awards to people who drank wolf urine because they weren't advised not to.
"Torture doesn't work" lol
Guess they forgot to tell Bill Buckley.

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On Jan 22, 2015, Magnus Eisengrim wrote:

How do you suppose they harvest that stuff?


The answer to that is, of course, "very carefully".



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"Torture doesn't work" lol
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