Scolers wrote:Just come back from camping and would be going next weekend but have 'family' stuff to do. Next trip is July.
But this is more depressing; A mate of mine was 4wd'ing with a club. The ranger pulls them up and says: "You 4wd is wreccking the environment. Go somehwere else ... " and now for the punchline, " this area is going to be logged".
How can 4wd'ing be more destrcutive than logging?
I'm seriously concenred abut that sort of mentality.
If i have done that, then I am truly happy I once annoyed a tellemarketer from india so badly, she hung up on me. Then, for the next half our every few mins the phone would ring and hang up just as I answered it ... i took it as a complement, must of had her really irritatedScolers wrote:In this month's Overlander magazine the Ed. details what some 4wd clubs are doing for the environment. It's worth a read so if you ever come across this type of mentality you will have a few good arguments.
Ozzy, all you will do in arguing with these people is confuse and annoy them becuase they are 'always right'. I was a policeman for 8 yrs ... I just forgot to have the labotomoy ... :wink:
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