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  • This bill was introduced by the Omaha senator because of complaints from his agricultural constituents (and insurance company lobbyists?) that deer are eating up profits and the deer in Nebraska are over-populated.

    Uncategorized Blog Posts

  • It is always the rich who worry about over-population, being over-populated by those who have less.

    ProWomanProLife » A new kind of hidden agenda

  • How do you feel about wise Latina (and to a much lesser extent wise Black and White) women on the lower rungs of the socio-economic ladder, in extremely over-populated areas of the world such as Southern California, who feel that it is perfectly acceptable to routinely create 4,5, even 7 children?

    Getting to third base with our pristine Columbia Gorge (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Where I live in SE PA, we are over-populated with doe and I'd support anything that reduces the heard including crossbows, baiting, or higher bag limits.

    What are everyones views about fenced hunting and baiting

  • In 1982, Scott prophetically envisioned the Los Angeles of the Future to be over-dependent on technology, over-populated and controlled by corporate powers.

    Dylan Kendall: Aesthetics and the City: Building Commuinity

  • The land is denuded, the peasantry has moved to Port-au-Prince, and over-populated Port-au-Prince is now one of the great disaster areas in modern history.

    Jane Smiley: Capitalist Pigs

  • But neither is flooding or famine or any of the possible ramifications of living in an over-consuming, over-populated and over-heated world.

    Robert Walker: Fire and Ice

  • If you're thinking of a Florida vacation, but would rather skip the over-populated, see-and-be-seen sands of South Beach, Sunny Isles Beach, Miami offers a quieter, more family-friendly and adult-happy alternative.

    Dwight Brown: A Sunny South Florida Vacation Without the Thongs and Six-Packs

  • Risk management needs to be thought of more expansively, whether it is the risk of slower economic growth or recession, risk of terrorist attacks or the risk that comes from an over-populated and under-resourced world.

    Laura Liswood: Risk Management

  • If we remained “under-informed,” the legal system could continue to flourish and prisons could remain over-populated, generating millions of dollars in revenues creating a vicious cycle of over-incarceration for minorities.

    Raw Law

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