<<I think the statement
could have been thought through a little more :)>>>
Thank you Mark, I was never good at diplomacy in school :)
Always there with the sledgehammer, bang, there goes another!!
Passionate as I may be about this planet, I should be careful to what I say
but this is a great example of bringing hot discussions to this table, it is
the wrong place, that's for sure. I do apologize for my statement, it was
not meant to offend anyone.
Let's just hope I stay healthy, right!!
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On Behalf Of Mark R.
Sent: Friday, June 17, 2005 6:42 PM
Subject: Re: [Nature Recordists] speaking up
Do not give up on this really valuable resource. I think the statement
could have been thought through a little more :) Although, I think the fact
that man and womankind sometimes act worse than animals, but also rise up to
angel status as well, speaks to the real violent and benevolent tool here,
our mind. Used correctly we can ascend the hieghts, incorrectly the gutter.
Unfortunately in America we are choosing to elect officials with more of an
allegiance to a base materialistic money hungry business world rather than
to those few officials who are in touch with our environmental legacy. It
may be a consolation to know and realize that many of these types of huge
environmentally industries are on their way out due to depletion of
resources, namely oil, coal, etc ..etc. as we are moving further into the
information age. Let's hope we aren't too late.
On 6/18/05, earthjar <> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I was deeply offended by a note posted to this listserve which said,
> " if I became terminally ill, I would
> personally go out and shoot as many hunters as I could muster up"
> As a peace-loving, life-long birdwatcher and wildlife biologist who
> has hunted and fished in the past, I am offended. All members of this
> listserve do not share all the same perspectives, nor should they. As
> a participant, I have been learning about recording nature, but I will
> probably resign as a result.
> Philip Tanimoto
> Turrialba, Costa Rica
> "Microphones are not ears,
> Loudspeakers are not birds,
> A listening room is not nature."
> Klas Strandberg
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Loudspeakers are not birds,
A listening room is not nature."
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