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By CVEddy on 05-26-13 @ 10:18 am
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Halleluja!  Maybe there is hope for our wild places and wild things.  Without them, Montana
isn’t Montana.  There are unlimited places to live in this country if you long for motorized
traffic, freeways, concrete metropolises, stripmalls, crowds, and miniature dogs to carry around
in your purse, a 24/7 hyperconnected lifestyle, and no competition from or place for creatures
other than human beings.  There are way too few where you can get back to nature in its original
state, with the full complement of critters that belong there.
Montana should be one of them.
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