I thought they were educated last time I crossed swords with them (1993). Evidently, ODFW is not an agency ready to give up. There not going to get much support from academia and certainly I do have friends in the Senate. So I hope to use all my influence to put a stop to it.shoe997bed263 Posted Today, 09:24 AM
that sucks hope that these stupid people get alittle more educated on the topic of p's before cast their votes
what does flesh eating have to do w/ it? Trying not to make that sound like a stupid question, but they must not know the p's can't live in the waters there. Is there a specific declaration for why they want to do this.hastatus said:Mr. Elicker proposed changing the language to make the flesh-eating variety of piranha illegal.
I received it, thank you. I'll send you a reply in a little while. In the meantime, I'll tell you a little story about my court case (circa 1993) with Judge William Lasswell as the presiding judge. As part of the agreement, ODFW (I'll leave his name out of it for now), assured the judge that the 1 species of true pirana (P. nattereri) would be sent to the Barnhardt Aquarium (this ODFW guy didn't know its proper name; Steinhardt Aquarium) where the fish would live out its life. The judge sided with me that the fish would not be destroyed. So in effect, ODFW made a promise.jamesdelanoche Posted Today, 03:00 AM
hopefully they will be more attentive than when I wrote to the state senate, asking them to ban studded tires. I sent you a PM Frank...