Gary Watson Posted April 21, 2009 Report Share Posted April 21, 2009 Could not agree more.. Despite having the same last name and from the same province I have not been tainted by this bozo. When the pretend-a-world-savers, first started out they went up the North Pacific to protest the Bering Sea Whaling industry (circa late 60s-early 70's) but they only went to the Queen Charlotte Islands and camped out at an area known as the hot springs. For the next number of weeks they submitted daily press releases to the world on how they were saving the whales when in reality they were partying it up and making a pig sty out of the hot springs area. Between press releases they would be ordering booze and planning what they would saying in the next press release with their HQ in Vancouver. They used of course,the marine telephone system that was a VHF radio where everyone could hear the shore transmission and if you had a tunable reeciver, both side of the conversations. Dumb, dangerous bunch. Conservation is great, but eco-terrorism seems to be the tactic now days with the tree-spiking in particular. Now, back on topic................ Still seems to be opportunities out there on the maintenance side of the house. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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