Saturday, June 11, 2016

Government Wants To Study Frogs On Private Property, Response It Got Back Is Priceless

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife wanted to study frogs on the property belonging to a private homeowner.   The homeowner was willing to oblige but first the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife would have to get a taste of their own bureaucratic penalties that they place on the public.




26 comments:

  1. Good for you Larry and Amanda Anderson. I ran into something akin to this years ago in the People's Republic of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations.

    I never heard from them again. How about you?

    /s/ Will Steeves

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  2. I love it now that's the way to say NO! It would be golden to see the expression on their faces after reading this, in fact it would be priceless. They use the endangered species act to violate thousands of land owners every year so I hope they chock on their own medicine. I would ask them, "So how you like me now?" lol

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    1. My first thought, too: priceless!!!
      Only thing I would have had different would have been 100% organic HEMP netting. But, yeah, their response was totally awesome!!!

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  4. would love to see the governments response

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  5. Excellent! just love it...
    Saved for future reference.

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  6. Is that why our taxes keep going up?

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  7. You should have only accepted payments in Gold.

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  8. I fail to see why the basically pro-forma request deserved such a elaborate negative response, since it neither asked for money nor made any threats. The Andersons wrote a very clever reply, but IMHO it was not really appropriate to this quite simple request.

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  9. What an absolutely ridiculous country America has become in such a short time. Pathetic.
    Did I mention diversity is perversity?

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  10. Clever and humorous. Not sure that was totally necessary, but pretty funny.

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  11. Well done! Should send this to Washington State Dept. of Fish and Game. Too many fingers in the General funds where our fees end up.

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