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Reader laments that the environment may have been just a fad

About: Scenic Adair County, KY - Beautiful tree tunnel farm entrance

Charles Marshburn writes:
I wonder how many look at that picture and calculate the amount of poison to spray and roadside foliage that they feel should be mowed. Environment has gone by the wayside. It was a fad, correct? - Charles Marshburn
Thanks, Charles Marshburn - It's seems true that it is not fashionable today to be concerned about such matters, especially when discussing the matter in congregations; but, one-on-one discussions finds that there are a surprising number of people who care. Especially those of us get sick at our stomachs when we see what has been done to Johnson School Road. Costly, taxpayer underwritten abuse of the Creator's handiwork. If the money had been spent on paint, not poison wouldn't we all be a lot better off? - EW




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