- Oct 15, 2008
If you cant see the difference between a vehicle commuting to work and a vehicle destroying wetlands 4x4ing then there really is no use trying to have an intelligent conversation with you.
What you dont seem to get ( even though your posting on a PINE BARRENS website) is the impact 4x4 have on the pines. As i said before i have no problem with people buying there own property and destroying it. If thats how you get satisfaction in your spare time who am I to judge? And for the gun thing since you keep coming back to that, my gun use is strictly work related, even if im shooting on my off time its to keep my abilities up for work nothing more.
Yes, I can see the difference, where I'm getting at, is where does it stop. I highly realize I'm on a PINE BARRENS website. i have been raised in the pine barrens and lived there for 27 years. I have also mentioned numerous times that I don't think there should be destructive 4x4 use in the pines, thats why i want to see something happen outside of the pines. I'm happy you see no problem with people buying their own property and destroying it.At least I know you wouldn't be one of the ones against it if this were to happen. I would love to see us unite and get that toxic dump of a spot and have mandatory wash-off spots before going home. I'm also happy to hear that you are more than likely in law enforcement, I highly appreciate the job that you do if I'm correct. However if you don't include going to the shooting range as a hobby, I take my words back. I'm simply stating that if we get a spot off of pinelands protected area, it would suck most of the people off of the pines and alot of destruction would halt. Believe me I love the pines, I spend about 20 hours of every week off the paved road and in the pines. The last thing I like to see is a set of ruts across a swamp, or be cruising along and hit a spot where some moron decided to do donuts with his mud tires.