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Re: “Welcome to Zombieland: The aftermath of Chatham's pro-growth era

NC is one of the most beautiful states in the country. Chatham county is smack dab in the middle with an abundance of timber and farmland. Everwhere I go in the state it is pretty much the same old story of habitat destruction so some yankee yuppie can hide from the world in his or her half million dollar house. LISTEN PEOPLE.. It is as simple as this. Each acre of undisturbed land has millions of organisms living on it. When you clear that land most of the habitat is gone except for maybe a few trees and some grass. Then God forbid if anything happens to live on the newly cleared land it is usually killed because most people don't want nature in their back yard. This whole idea of having the biggest house you can afford with a few cars, and some fat people surrounded by plastic crap made in china is what God had in mind at all. Suggestion people, instead of spending all your money to impress people why don't you take the money and buy some land and let it develop the way God would. Meaning let it just grow natural. For the price of a new car or the money you save buying a modest home you can leave your kids a legacy, help the environment and give all of God's wonderful creatures a place that they too can live their lives. PS.. To the disgusting politicians and developers who are responsible for all this shame on you. You probably did all this so you could make enough money buy a big house, with several cars to drive to walmart to buy chinese plastic made crap and to feed your fat faces. Sound familiar??

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Posted by ncguy444 on 09/13/2010 at 1:04 AM

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