badger

Submitted by ono on 11/23/99. ( ) 152.163.189.2

a guy called me and said that he found a badger dead on the road and wants to make a rug out of it , we live in washington state are they legal to do here???

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Go Ask Your Fish And Wildlife Department!!!!

This response submitted by John Bellucci on 11/24/99. ( ArtistExpr@aol.com ) 205.188.208.171

Is it me? ... Or are some of these questions really bordering on stupidity? Come on ... If this isn't a "common sense" question, then I don't know what is. Doesn't anyone care to think for themselves anymore? I'm seeing questions like this and others that are so simplistic I want to scream ... The answers to many of the questions being asked, are in the vast number of books out there. For goodness' sake people ... READ A BOOK! USE COMMON SENSE! It won't hurt, I promise!

You know , the computer is a great tool ... really! But it is creating such a generation of lazybones it would be funny if it weren't so sad.

I don't mind helping out ... that's obvious. But stuff like this ... Geeeeeeeze!

Here's hoping human intelligence survives Y2K!

Later ... John B.


Amen! ! !

This response submitted by TimB on 11/24/99. ( winky@in-tch.com ) 208.146.91.228

AMEN John! I thought it was just me! Some of the questions lately have been
ones that could be answsered by common sense (which isn't so common anymore)
or by looking in a book. I look at the forum as an information source in
case all other resources have been exhausted, such as books, videos, other
taxidermists locally. I don't view it as the way to learn taxidermy
step-by-step. I understand that beginners have questions that aren't covered by
books, etc. but most of the questions asked have already been covered
in the archives of this forum.

TimB


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