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but also they seem to be disputing the actions of the federal government relating to the Malheur forest/wildlife refuge.
originally posted by: rnaa
a reply to: onequestion
The Malheur Indian Reservation was established for the benefit of the Northern Paiute Nation. In 1879 the Federal Government unilaterally abrogated the treaty and contracts establishing the Reservation and stole the lands from the Paiute People.
The OP indicated that the VanillaISIS folks now occupying the site were protesting the Federal Government actions for this land. I was just asking him/her to verify that the YeeHawDist goal was really to have the land returned to its rightful owners, the Northern Paiute Nation.
originally posted by: JacKatMtn
a reply to: Byrd
From what I have read, it seems folks knew that a fire threatened their home and the FOUGHT that fire with a proven deterrent ... a back fire...
I wouldn't blame them.. however, you have the federal gov't on their arse, and usual, the Feds utilize words/laws to make them the victim...
One question.. how is it right, that the federal gov't owns SO much land in the United States..?
The west needs to have an auction to eliminate the FEDs holdings? I think so...
originally posted by: Vector99
originally posted by: Krazysh0t
originally posted by: Sunwolf
a reply to: Krazysh0t
uh....like right here?
"You do realize that the Hammonds are believed to have caused the arson to cover up wildlife poaching right?"
ETA: Oh wait NOW I know what you meant originally. Sorry, I had trouble understanding your grammar.
You cover up poaching WITH fire by setting fire to everything that could leave evidence like bloodstains or meat you aren't taking with you. It really doesn't take much thought to think about... And no one said it was a good idea either. Of course it was a bad idea, they are idiots.
So tell me how this can do this
This work has shown that flame residence times in grass fuels are on the order of about 15 seconds and maximum temperatures (observed at the base of the flame) are around 800 to 1000 °C.
Pets can be cremated either in usual crematories or the ones that are specifically dedicated for pet cremations. During the process, a pet’s body is placed in a cremation unit and subjected to high temperatures up to 1400-1800 degrees Fahrenheit.
On the other hand, larger animals like horse, large breeds of dogs, etc. are cremated in hours. On an average, though, cremation of a pet may take 45 minutes to two hours for more.
originally posted by: antar
a reply to: MOMof3
Have you not seen the black riots in the past several years?