Ropeyarn Sunday "Sea Stories" and Open Trackbacks

January 16th, 2008 by xformed

Send ’em if you got ’em…trackbacks that is.

As far as “sea Stories,” I’m suffering from a little bit of bloggers block, so….the best I feel in the mood for today is saying there is an update to the story of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals elevating the “quality of life” of marine mammals above that of the need for humans (of the US citizen persuasion) to protect ourselves.

Original “tipper” here.

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Today’s news, where the Prez tosses “the” flag on that play is here: Kill Kill Faster Faster dvd

LA Times “Bush sides with Navy in sonar battle.”

(make slapping your forehead motion for a fuller multimedia, distributed experience) and utter “DUH!”

Have fun reading the article and see how some people (Peter Douglas of the California Coastal Commission) thing this is something that shouldn’t be done thinking a 1972 law gives states oversight and review rights on what the Federal Government does in their coastal areas.

Also check out what Joel Reynolds, a lawyer for the Natural Resources Defense Council thinks about this, too.

So much for citizens who understand “to provide for the common defense.”

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