2020 Sep 15, 6:16pm
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They have to buy their machinery somewhere.
We can reasonably assume that the whole west coast is now going to finally maintain their forests the way Europeans do:
Lol, you may be right!Is there any limit to Democratic woketardness? Maybe not. They may enjoy letting the state burn every year just to be right about "global warming" while ignoring the mass buildup of biomass and the deliberate fire-setting by leftists and drug dealer rivalry.
Top definitionwoketardSomebody so woke they can't think straight.After years at Oberlin College, and a quarter of a million dollars of student loan debt, Sandy had become such a woketard that she would insist that biological males can have abortions while claiming that requests to describe the operating procedure was hate speech that should be punished with violence and the loss of one's job."This medical doctor says men can't have abortions. Can we get some muscle over here?" screeched the purple-haired woketard through her septum nose ring.by AmosDW July 25, 2019
Knowing this, which stocks are about to get huge orders, and therefore likely to go up?
Is there any limit to Democratic woketardness? Maybe not. They may enjoy letting the state burn every year just to be right about "global warming" while ignoring the mass buildup of biomass and the deliberate fire-setting by leftists and drug dealer rivalry.
They plan to change how real estate tax and transfer laws work, and will use the new tax revenue to fund wildfire agencies
I'm no engineer, but this doesn't seem like an overly complicated or super expensive problem to overcome.
I expect it to launch around mid-November.
Patrick saysWashington StateIs just another place the leftoids will ruin. Move East young man!
I toured that area during time off from business trips to Las Vegas. That area is beautiful. I remember seeing some "deer-goats" around, an animal that had a body like a deer but the head of a ram. I also remember that Lake Meade had seriously dropped water levels, hopefully that is not the case anymore.
Got to say, it's sure nice being down here in the SW corner of the US. We had one large fire about 20-25 miles from me that took off over the holiday weekend. It looked like a nuclear bomb went off (mushroom cloud) initially. I never smelt smoke; just had some days were the ground was copper colored as was the sun.
When fires routinely jump 10 lane paved highways, I'd like to know what "preparation" and "better management" people have in mind when they demand that.Right now the Bobcat fire is burning through land that was left a moonscape barely a decade ago in the Station fire."Forest management" in practice means "Let logging companies take out all the large old trees while doing fuck-all for actual fire suppression." Residents of Cuddy Valley near my mountain property have been fighting one of these programs.
Easy. Controlled burns of underbrush and periodic logging of areas that prevent fires from jumping.
The Indians native to California (and indeed, across the Midwest and Northeast too) regularly burned the prairie and forests to prevent fires and manage the forests.
mell saysEasy. Controlled burns of underbrush and periodic logging of areas that prevent fires from jumping. "Easy!" says the guy who obviously has zero expertise in wildland management. Do you even read the post you responded to? Uncontrolled 100% burned areas are burning again today. Fire jumped the 101 freeway in the same area near Calabasas 2 years in a row. It would probably be less costly and difficult to bring 50 cubic miles of water from the asteroid belt to Earth than to 100% "rake" millions of acres of wild land for 1 year, much less every year forever.
The Western US has been getting gradually more and more arid over millenia, and anthropogenic global warming has accelerated the process within our own lifetimes.
Lois and Clark reported nothing but fires when they crisscrossed the continent.