cgraves67: FTFA: "This was not a scientific process. It was a political process."What the hell did you expect from a government?
stuhayes2010: I am guessing protecting Wolverines will endanger fracking and job creation.
cryinoutloud: Not these guys--that was the sage grouse (not listed either). Wolverines like high, deserted, cold places. This seemed to be more of a political thing where they can't say with complete accuracy what climate change is going to do to them, so they can't decide for sure if they're all going to die, or can hang on. Also wolverines are very hard to track and count.If you can declare one species endangered because of climate change, you might as well declare all of them endangered, except the rats or something. Then the FWS could just sit down and wait to be sued out of existence.
jaybeezey: They can adapt or die, just like everyone else.
HeadLever: I agree 100% with this.Damn near fell over......
cryinoutloud: We should hang out, Headlever. We could probably both get arrested in about an hour. Might even make Fark.
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Jedekai: ...Apparently today is Montana Day in the news.../A wolverine attacked my cousin once - he had six courses for rabies and thirty stitches.
Clash City Farker: [www.historicalartprints.com image 400x266]What Wolverines in action might look like.
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