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Bumpyroad

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Posted: 08/29/20 02:26pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

jimh425 wrote:

I didn’t hear anyone say it was wrong to be a treehugger, but from looking online at the definitions ... I don’t think anyone driving a big truck with a truck camper will qualify for that term.


do as I say, not as I do.

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Seminoe Joe wrote:

What’s wrong with being a tree hugger exactly?



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I'm a tree hugger.

I to am an environmentalist. I just enjoy exploring the great outdoors on my ATV.


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Well then I guess I’m not a tree hugger, but I’ve never been clear on what’s exactly that term means.
But I do like pooping outside and away from people.
And I also do my best to not waste resources and protect what little wilds we have left. So maybe I am?
I need a beer.


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Don't tree need water to grow?





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Seminoe Joe wrote:


I need a beer.


Me too. [emoticon]

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Bumpyroad wrote:

Seminoe Joe wrote:

What’s wrong with being a tree hugger exactly?


only the most rabid ones are "wrong"

bumpy


Yup, only the most rabid of anyone regarding anything are wrong. Far right, far left, far up, far down.....even far out.

Like I saw on a business's readerboard the other day:

"Personal decisions have public consequences".

Think about it.


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Bumpyroad wrote:

JIMNLIN wrote:



Animal poo in the woods isn't concentrated in one spot for years but scattered around the area they frequent nor do they dump harmful chemicals in the woods...... unlike humans.


you obviously haven't seen the pile of deer poop around the salt block in my backyard.

bumpy


Just like the flies, deer, elk, bears, etc around a gray water dump site.

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ticki2 wrote:

I wonder how they're going to stop the wildlife from poop in' in the woods [emoticon]


Silly comment really. Considering what wildlife eat, their scat is all organic. Grey water is not organic, but can be handled correctly as previously stated by another post here.


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specta wrote:

Seminoe Joe wrote:

What’s wrong with being a tree hugger exactly?



[image]

I'm a tree hugger.

I to am an environmentalist. I just enjoy exploring the great outdoors on my ATV.


tearing up the wilderness on an ATV doesn't sound too "environmental" to me.
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Bumpyroad wrote:



tearing up the wilderness on an ATV doesn't sound too "environmental" to me.
bumpy


What makes you think I "tear it up"? [emoticon]

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