I Don’t Know That I’d Be So Quick to Action

…in poison dart land.

Amazon: Activists Surrounded by Loggers
Hundreds of loggers and angry residents have surrounded eight Greenpeace members who tried to leave an Amazon town with a scorched tree trunk for an exhibit on global warming, the environmental group said Wednesday.
The activists are holed up in the makeshift headquarters of the federal environmental agency in the town of Castelo dos Sonhos, Greenpeace campaigner Andre Muggiati said.

“They are still surrounded and the situation is tense,”

he said by telephone.

It’s like messin’ with Sasquatch. You don’t do it.

2 Responses to “I Don’t Know That I’d Be So Quick to Action”

  1. The_Real_JeffS says:

    It’s time to revive that fine old Amazonian tradition of head hunting.

  2. Gotta dart the little suckers to get ’em outta the trees first. THEN proceed to…whatever.
    Although the shrinking part afterwards might render these pinheads damn near invisible. Nothing left to hang from yer pipe.

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