Iguana Project

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loosewire

Joined Apr 25, 2008
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I accepted a project to stop Iguana's from eating nice
flower's from a location, next to 100 acre nature preserve.
Yesterday I stop by after using general science the day before,
did not see an Iguana for two hours. Then 2 small one's,I have
been surprised that my efforts would pay off.There was a big
T.V. story that may have been picked up cable news about a
little girl kicking an Iguana and getting a nasty bite on the foot
requiring 14 stiches. Some cities have given up ,the Iguana's
have taken over.With the bite to the child thing's may change again.
Dealing with this you have a 50-50 problem ,you don't know who
are for or against you, so you have be low key. Do you live in an
Iguana or fire ant area,would like to get reply.
 

Wendy

Joined Mar 24, 2008
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I seem to remember a story where some of the populations in South America were very depressed because the locals have a taste for them. I wasn't being totally facetious.
 

Mark44

Joined Nov 26, 2007
628
I seem to remember a story where some of the populations in South America were very depressed because the locals have a taste for them. I wasn't being totally facetious.
If I were a member of a population in South America that the locals had a taste for, I would be depressed, too.
 

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loosewire

Joined Apr 25, 2008
1,686
The flogging will Continue until Moral Improves,you are a writer look up
the word recession. A lot of people have given back. I guess the fed
have helped the banks call in there loans so they can say the recession
Is over. Not yet, they want all the cash that Is available back then the
recession will be over. Read the book hidden fee's just been released.
I continue to do my projects,we expect to start rateing parks on how
they are taken care of,you climb mountians when you visit the Everglades
maybe you will enjoy the sea of grass and alligators. My source of
Information come from south america.
 
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Mark44

Joined Nov 26, 2007
628
you climb mountians when you visit the Everglades
Hard to do, since there aren't any mountains in the Everglades. My comment to Bill had nothing to do with recessions or depressions, but it did have to do with writing clearly. After all, I am a writer by profession.

Loosewire, regarding what you said, my comment is about the importance of punctuation to separate two independent thoughts. What you meant to say, I believe, is this: "You climb mountains. When you visit the Everglades, ..."
 
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