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Re: NFC: Eagle Parts was RE: Auctions OT ?
Perhaps OUR list Mom.. Emperor Josh.... Could move in now and declare this
TOPIC DEAD???? Hmmmmmmm, WAS thinking this was a FISH list ! ;O)
Round Rock, Texas
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kristine Weisbrod Massin" <kwmprairie at hotmail_com>
To: <nfc at actwin_com>
Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2001 7:57 AM
Subject: Re: NFC: Eagle Parts was RE: Auctions OT ?
> okay...how do you propose I figure out who shot the birds for feathers,
> bought feathers from someone who shot a bird, and who just found some?
> sure our LE officers would all be extremely eager to hear your solution
> since we've been trying to do it for about 40 years. So glad to know we
> have an omniscient genius on the list.
> May I suggest that those of you who want to argue about raptors & raptor
> laws move this discussion to a more appropriate list? If you would like,
> would be more than happy to provide you with laws, court decisions, and
> debates leading up to the passage of certain laws as it appears most of
> are to sunk in your own political agenda to bother doing the research. Of
> course, it sooooo much easier to scream about someone's decision than to
> take the time to find out all the information about a topic.
> >From: "Scott Olson" <olson7 at hotmail_com>
> >Reply-To: nfc at actwin_com
> >To: nfc at actwin_com
> >Subject: Re: NFC: Eagle Parts was RE: Auctions OT ?
> >Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2001 12:34:01 -0700
> >"Boo" illustrates precisely why I cannot understand the leftist
> >If one advocates the freedom to, say, pick up natural refuse (bird
> >for one's personal use, then that must be the same as saying that it's
> >to shoot raptors? This moral equivalence just don't hang with me!
> >I think it's acceptable to arrest people who shoot protected species and
> >fine the socks off 'em. Throw 'em in jail for a day or so, if you must.
> >Fine. Do that. But don't then go ten miles further than necessary in yo
> >zeal to achieve your aims, and begin punishing people who innocently pick
> >a feather, for crying out loud.
> >Maybe the problem with the left is that they don't understand when they
> >passed the bounds of propriety and entered the zone of the absurd (the
> >"Twilight Zone"?).
> >>From: Fully Prepared <departmentus at yahoo_com>
> >>Reply-To: nfc at actwin_com
> >>To: nfc at actwin_com
> >>Subject: Re: NFC: Eagle Parts was RE: Auctions OT ?
> >>Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2001 12:09:31 -0700 (PDT)
> >>--- Chris Hedemark <chris at yonderway_com> wrote:
> >> > > What is the lesser
> >> > > evil, that you cannot put feathers on your mirror
> >> > or
> >> > > that there is more room ("freedom"?) for someone
> >> > to
> >> > > pick off raptors?
> >> >
> >> > By the same logic, should I not be allowed to own a
> >> > knife because I might
> >> > use it to kill someone?
> >>Under certain circumstances, yes. How often do you
> >>bring a buck knife on to airplanes or in to courts?
> >>You can shoot ducks in season with a license and cover
> >>yourself in their feathers. But there are always more
> >>ducks than raptors; they also reproduce faster.
> >>Freedom is also the benefit from someone else, even
> >>very few, not doing something stupid. That is an ugly
> >>Boo Radley, of the Saraland Alabama Radleys
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