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Florida FWC Acknowledges Pinecrest Panther Concerns

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Florida FWC Acknowledges Pinecrest Panther Concerns

The best thing that the people in the town could have done is to shoot them, bury them in the wood's & not said anything about it. I am supprised that they haven't made the people move out of their homes & leave the food behind for the " florida panther's".
If they only knew how many people's lives have been effected in a negitive way by the protection of these totally worthless animal's, they would have done just that.
I bother's me to see someone with a FL. license plate promoting protection of these tax dollar consuming felines. The fact beknown, these people have absolutely no idea whatsoever, about what they are promoting, or trying to conserve. If they did they would stop!

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Florida FWC Acknowledges Pinecrest Panther Concerns

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On 2004-03-12 02:20, Flint wrote:
If they only knew how many people's lives have been effected in a negitive way by the protection of these totally worthless animal's, they would have done just that.

What the...? Dude, who peed in your cornflakes?

Exactly how many peoples lives have been effected(sic) negatively by the protection of these animals? Name some numbers and your sources.
How have they been effected(sic)? Again, name your sources.

What exactly makes an animal "worthy" to exist?

These animals where here long before any of us "worthy" humans arrived from up north, wanting to bulldoze every tree and palmetto bush over and build their lil "Casa" in the what used to be woods.
Sounds to me like you are some "Developer" that has had their plans to drain and plow under a swamp to build million dollar homes in a sub-division with a "spanish" sounding name go arwy because it was discovered that there were endangered animals living there. Ever think why they were there? I'll tell you why, it's cause they have no place to go cause we have allowed these developers come down here and destroy the natural habitat of countless animals and ruin my favorite past-time, hunting, all in the name of suntans for rich northeners.
It is my sincere hope that you posted your post simply to elicit an argumentive response and that you dont actually believe that any animal is worthless.

[ This Message was edited by: JTapia on 2004-03-12 22:14 ]

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Florida FWC Acknowledges Pinecrest Panther Concerns

Dude, who peed in your cornflakes?

The pink panther. Bad puddy tat.

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Florida FWC Acknowledges Pinecrest Panther Concerns

PEOPLE NEED TO LEARN TO LIVE WITHOUT FEAR OF THESE ANIMALS. AS FLORIDA BECOMES POPULATED MORE WILDLIFE WILL BE SEEN. REMEMBER IT'S THIER HABITAT WE ARE LIVING IN. WE ARE THE GUEST STEWARTS TO MANAGE ALL FLORIDA WILDLIFE AND GREENWAYS. IF THE POPULATION OF THESE CATS INCREASE THERE MAY BE A SPECIAL DRAWLING HUNT EACH YEAR FOR THE PANTHER IN THE FUTURE. BEING A HUNTER AND WILDLIFE VIEWER I'D LOVE TO SEE THESE CATS INCREASE IN POPULATION. AND REMEBER NO ONE HAS EVER BEEN ATTACT BY THESE LARGE WILD CATS. IT'S PEOPLE YOU HAVE TO FEAR MOST IN THIS SUB-TROPICAL DESERT.

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