25' buffer around ponds- partial correction + retraction!

Joseph Zorzin redoak at forestmeister.com
Wed Aug 12 14:03:28 EST 1998


So, today I went to the pond where my burro said there was a problem and
in fact there was a problem that should and will be fixed up, some tops
of one tree in the pond- God forbid. Actually my problem with that isn't
that it's an ecological problem, but that my client won't like it for
aesthetic reasons.

So, my criticism of my burro in so far as this particularity goes was a
bit overdone. The question still exists however, as to whether or not
oversight is truly needed and especially when you factor in the true
cost. Is it worth it? Probably not. Either they need to be transferred
to another, more productive function, or DOWNSIZED! The HORROR of it
all, that state workers might have to suffer the slings and arrows of
such outrageous fortune that the rest of us out in the real world have
to face. The burros still live in a world of socialism, like America's
upper crust who have the most socialistic existance on the planet. It's
only we ordinary folks not in government who get to enjoy the true
blessings of capitalism run amok. <G>

Viva la forestry revolution!



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