A message too long for a bumper sticker

Posted: Sunday, July 23, 2006

Last Tuesday, a vehicle with the following bumper stickers was observed: "Stop logging our National Forests," "Let's stop mining and petroleum development" and "Wilderness puts the 'Wild' in Alaskan Salmon."

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To the people who continue to castigate the corporations who provide fundamental necessities to our way of life, consider this: When you move out of your house that is constructed of lumber generated from logging our national forests; when you stop driving your vehicle whose body is made from the metals mined from the Earth and operates on the gasoline generated from petroleum, move to the wilderness and avoid starvation by using an alder branch to kill the wild Alaska salmon you so hypocritically try to protect.

Jason Morrison

Juneau



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