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  • Pitchfork51Pitchfork51 Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 23,160
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    edited September 2020
    RedRocket said:

    As a Canadian I disagree. I'm far better managing fires than all u fags

    Now you identify as full Canuck. What about the Banderas de Mexico and Kokopelli dick flute avatars?
    To be fair I forgot the context of the kokpelli thing

    I remember doing it but not why
  • RoadTripRoadTrip Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 3,557
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    My only response to sales off the National forest is this: you’re injecting the government into the market. Why could go wrong?

    There is a WALL of wood out there in private hands being managed by professionals. We? don’t need federal wood. At all. There is no shortage of wood, and the demand is ALWAYS met by industry supply. In fact, if you ask anyone in the timber industry, they’ll? tell you that the industry’s Achilles heel is that it is almost too good at flooding the market with supply when demand goes up. They? never enjoy high prices for very long. Typical commodity market.

    We? don’t need the National forests adding more supply. It would be analogous to having the fed get into the farming business. Not necessary or advisable.

    But we should be managing it.
  • creepycougcreepycoug Member Posts: 19,300
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    edited September 2020
    RoadTrip said:

    My only response to sales off the National forest is this: you’re injecting the government into the market. Why could go wrong?

    There is a WALL of wood out there in private hands being managed by professionals. We? don’t need federal wood. At all. There is no shortage of wood, and the demand is ALWAYS met by industry supply. In fact, if you ask anyone in the timber industry, they’ll? tell you that the industry’s Achilles heel is that it is almost too good at flooding the market with supply when demand goes up. They? never enjoy high prices for very long. Typical commodity market.

    We? don’t need the National forests adding more supply. It would be analogous to having the fed get into the farming business. Not necessary or advisable.

    But we should be managing it.
    Don’t disagree. Especially against disease like the pinewood beettle, which makes future massive fires in Canada a virtual certainty.
    Pitchfork51
  • GoduckiesGoduckies Member Posts: 2,592
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    So they are burning the Forest in the mountains for HSR that is nowhere near there? It's better to keep your mouth shut and make us assume you are an idiot than open it and confirm it.
    creepycougPitchfork51oregonblitzkrieg
  • Pitchfork51Pitchfork51 Member, Swaye's Wigwam Posts: 23,160
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    RoadTrip said:

    My only response to sales off the National forest is this: you’re injecting the government into the market. Why could go wrong?

    There is a WALL of wood out there in private hands being managed by professionals. We? don’t need federal wood. At all. There is no shortage of wood, and the demand is ALWAYS met by industry supply. In fact, if you ask anyone in the timber industry, they’ll? tell you that the industry’s Achilles heel is that it is almost too good at flooding the market with supply when demand goes up. They? never enjoy high prices for very long. Typical commodity market.

    We? don’t need the National forests adding more supply. It would be analogous to having the fed get into the farming business. Not necessary or advisable.

    But we should be managing it.
    Don’t disagree. Especially against disease like the pinewood beettle, which makes future massive fires in Canada a virtual certainty.
    I remember my pinewood beetle fearful phase
    creepycougdflea
  • creepycougcreepycoug Member Posts: 19,300
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    Seems like a reasonable amount of burn for the increase in infrastructure and efficiency.
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