So sad. No, check that: It's pathetic.
In a roundabout way, I was reminded of the AGENDA 21 people when I saw the photo below in the PDN today. It shows what is the real agenda for too many people who move to remote, rural places that have lax rules, regulations and oversight. This agenda can be summed up thusly: Let's move out to the country and pile up as much crap as we can on our previously unspoiled property. In this case, AGENDA 21 was literally buried by AGENDA 20 TONS OF GARBAGE.
Do you suppose there was a provision for the Chain Gang in the will?
And how can the U.N. put in their "Secret Invasion Paths" with so many
abandoned RVs in the way?
And speaking of fantasies and tons of garbage...Bob Larsen, former Board President and current CEO of the Composite Recycling Technology Center (CRTC), said Tuesday he will make a series of "upbeat announcements" on the CRTC beginning Friday.
Does this pattern of announcing upcoming announcements seem familiar to anyone else? Has it ever worked out? Are you planning on flying anywhere from Port Angeles any time soon?
Here's a tip, Clallam Count residents: Forget about AGENDA 21. Instead, why not worry about the clearly visible agenda that enriches a small handful of people there, while leaving everyone else struggling.
The first "upbeat announcement" has been announced! The CRTC has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Toray Composites of Tacoma. In other words, they've agreed to talk to each other about "enabling...market developments for recycled products."
And why wouldn't Toray sign such an agreement? After all, talk is cheap. It's also an easy way for them to get rid of their scrap, thereby avoiding a cost for storage and/or disposal. But until there is an actual, verifiable, funded market available, all of Tacoma's scrap will just be so much more crap sitting in a truck in Port Angeles. Idling 24/7. And waiting, waiting...