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Old July 2nd, 2018, 10:15 AM #111
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Ya know, if you were trying to cook some chicken outside by passing a high voltage power source through it and the fox just happened to try to steal your food, it would be a real shame if the fox accidently got electrocuted.

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Old July 2nd, 2018, 10:22 AM #112
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call animal control but in the mean time live trap the fox so it can be relocated. live and let live instead of listening to assholes whose solution is always to kill.
If you read the entire thread you also would know it is not legal in Maryland to relocate trapped animals. You can look it up in the DNR regulations. The Forum rules state you should not recommend breaking the law.
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700 is a deal compared to the 1500 a company wanted for removing a family of skunks. Uhhhh no.
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Old July 3rd, 2018, 07:21 AM #114
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Musings without the benefit of coffee...

Sometimes we are forced to chose between the lesser of evils, and each of us has our own standards by which we measure that.

Compare the fox problem to our upcoming gubernatorial election, and all of a sudden that conflict should become clear. There isn't a good choice for governor (who has a snowball's chance of winning), but rather a choice of the lesser of evils. It won't be pretty or pleasant, but it's a choice we each will have to make, including staying home.

Maybe the fox problem pales in comparison to the gravity of the other. At least we have options for reducing or eliminating the damage done by the fox. That won't be the case with the next governor and the general assembly. I don't think my trapper has a permit for the fur of legislators.
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Musings without the benefit of coffee...

Sometimes we are forced to chose between the lesser of evils, and each of us has our own standards by which we measure that.

Compare the fox problem to our upcoming gubernatorial election, and all of a sudden that conflict should become clear. There isn't a good choice for governor (who has a snowball's chance of winning), but rather a choice of the lesser of evils. It won't be pretty or pleasant, but it's a choice we each will have to make, including staying home.

Maybe the fox problem pales in comparison to the gravity of the other. At least we have options for reducing or eliminating the damage done by the fox. That won't be the case with the next governor and the general assembly. I don't think my trapper has a permit for the fur of legislators.
I’d like to see some of those hides nailed to a wall...
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