Printed Letters: May 9, 2014

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I have to say that ELAINE PILZ is admirable in her rapture of the greater sage-grouse. Please Elaine, picture yourself in 1935, the banks have failed, there is no work, there is no money, your “help Mate” knocks a greater sage-grouse in the head with a rock. Can you honestly tell me you wouldn’t cook it and eat it and thank him for doing it?
We are close to 1935 here in Mesa county and getting closer every quarter. Let me know what you think in 6 months from now. I don’t want to belittle the appreciation of this bird but it is far from being extinct or even endangered. Man must serve Man first. But I agree his conscience must put off willful destruction if unnecessary. I just don’t think we are there yet and I don’t believe “Those in the Willow’s” know what they are doing for the long run of Man.

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