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Stanley, ID

Agents kill 4 Idaho wolves; more 'control actions' author...

BWWWWWHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHAHAHA!!! Wolves never have been, and never will be, eradicated by hunters. When they did so after the turn of the century, it was with poison.......and all animal species suffered because of it. Thanks for the laugh  (Jun 16, 2009 | post #235)

Stanley, ID

Agents kill 4 Idaho wolves; more 'control actions' author...

You're not the only one who's been to Iraq....I've probably got more time in country than what you have in service. I think you should be kicked out of Idaho because it's a point of view that is inconsistent with the majority. You apparantly don't care how it affects the inhabitants of the state that you clain to love so much. Go to California with the other wolf lovers. Hopefully they will be reintroduced there too  (Jun 16, 2009 | post #234)

Stanley, ID

Agents kill 4 Idaho wolves; more 'control actions' author...

Oh boy.....is this guy for real  (Jun 16, 2009 | post #233)

Stanley, ID

Agents kill 4 Idaho wolves; more 'control actions' author...

I say again......... "I think it's funny how those people who write in support of the wolf, citing how they are lovely mystical creatures, live hundreds of miles from the nearest one." If you're an Idahoan, I'll bet my my next paycheck you're from the city. Things are a bit different out here in the sticks. Wolves aren't just dangerous to one's personal safety, it's also a matter of local economy. The bottom line is that outfitters here (good, hardworking folks) can no longer rely on booked hunts, because the word is out that wolves have thinned the elk herds to the point where they will most likely not fill their tag. As a result, those hunters go to other states that were smart enough to keep the wolves out. This, combined with the sawmills closing up has been devastating to communities throughtout the Northwest. I'm a retired Army Sergeant First Class and veteran of Desert Storm and Iraqi Freedom 2003. That makes me more than grown up in the minds of most reasonable people. So you can "at ease" that crap, Junior. When you cite a reference, you may want to refer to one that is credible. ANYONE can write for Wikipedia. The so-called research that you read was probably written by someone who likes the wolf as much as you do, and not by someone who did so objectively. And last, but certainly not least, why are you seemingly siding against the politicians who approved the reintroduction of your beloved wolf? Seems pretty silly to me......... Write back when you can make some sense. I don't expect to hear from you at all  (Jun 16, 2009 | post #232)

Stanley, ID

Agents kill 4 Idaho wolves; more 'control actions' author...

If you don't fear wolves, Rebekah, then I'll see if I can arrange for you to pet one. I'll even pay for your plane ticket up here, but I can only afford to pay one way. Just remember when he lunges for your throat, just keep telling yourself "Wolves are afraid of humans, wolves are afraid of humans".....a nd everything will be ok. And the crazies in the woods aren't what concerns me, it's the ones in "civilized areas". I just left Tex-ass after spending the majority of a 21 year Army career there (minus deployments). I'll chose an Idaho crazy roaming the woods to a Texan any day of the week, and twice on Sunday  (Feb 29, 2008 | post #173)

Stanley, ID

Agents kill 4 Idaho wolves; more 'control actions' author...

ID Residents' single typo is not nearly as apalling as your lack of use of punctuation and capitalization  (Feb 29, 2008 | post #172)

Stanley, ID

Agents kill 4 Idaho wolves; more 'control actions' author...

There is no proof in an opinion.......not even mine  (Feb 29, 2008 | post #171)

Stanley, ID

Agents kill 4 Idaho wolves; more 'control actions' author...

Only if there is undeniable proof that the animal was killed by a wolf. Otherwise, the rancher gets nothing. Who conduct the investigation? Government wildlife officials.......many of whom love the wolf and could say that it was coyotes or a mountain lion...anything to save the wolf from getting a bad rap  (Feb 29, 2008 | post #170)

Stanley, ID

Agents kill 4 Idaho wolves; more 'control actions' author...

Based on this logic, I guess Rebekah won't mind giving her San Antonio home back to the Native Americans who had it first. That is, if you can find one. Rebekah, don't blind yourself to points of view that differ from the Sierra Club just because you saw some wolf pups on the Discovery channel and they were cute. Wolves are a real problem for those of us who live here for many different reasons....one being personal safety. Another is our livihoods are at stake, not to mention precious natural resources are being whittled away just because a group of yuppies wants to hear a wolf howl whenever he comes up here on vacation from the city. Also, don't assume that all hunters are knuckle-draggers. If you bother to check it out, you will find that the overwhelming majority of dollars that go towards managing lands and wildlife come from outdoor sportsmen. Your facts about wolf habits in this rant are way off, and your credibility suffers. It's not I care that you come off as an idiot....the problem that I have is that someone might read what you wrote and actually believe it  (Feb 29, 2008 | post #169)

Stanley, ID

Agents kill 4 Idaho wolves; more 'control actions' author...

Hey Rebekah, which caliber would you prefer, .17 Remington, .204, or .223? http://www.cbc.ca/ canada/saskatchewa n/story/2007/11/01 /wolf-verdict.html  (Feb 29, 2008 | post #168)

Stanley, ID

Agents kill 4 Idaho wolves; more 'control actions' author...

That may be true for you for where you live. Up here, there are controls in place which keeps things pretty much as they are. Except for, of course, Californians and wolves. Have yet to find an effective control for either one  (Feb 29, 2008 | post #167)

Killeen, TX

Soldier injured in fall from balcony

Um......why in the hell is this news?  (Apr 3, 2007 | post #3)

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