Claim Chowder is Served

Lord Damp Nut’s Firefighting tools

Guys, remember when we predicted that Lord Damp Nut was going to lecture California (and the west) about Forest Management? I’m giving us a bowl of claim chowder:

“When trees fall down after a short period of time — about 18 months — they become very dry. They become really like a matchstick. They just explode. They can explode. Also leaves. When you have years of leaves, dried leaves on the ground, it just sets it up. It’s really a fuel for a fire. So they have to do something about it.”

If Prznint Stupid looked, he might be surprised to see that our forests are mostly conifers with needles, not leaves.  Say, maybe he’s think we raked up the leaves!

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14 Responses to Claim Chowder is Served

  1. Was going to look for an appropriate thread to drop this, and this looks as good as any:

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  2. MDavis says:

    Quisling of Queens is the winner on this list, IMO.
    Super Fragile Callous Racist Sexist Nazi Potus is also quite descriptive, but too long for most casual use. It’s more for formal occasions.

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  3. Dennis Cole says:

    It’s estimated that close to 50% of the fires in CA swept through scrubby chaparral, chemise and dry grasslands, jumping back and forth into forests, woodlands and even dried-out wetlands, in such rugged terrain as to make fighting the fires nearly impossible, especially when the smoke gets too thick to fly into, and planes dropping retardant aren’t able to release their loads.
    Also, these fires burn with such an intensity they can create their own winds and weather, and they get to being pushed along by those forces, in such a rapid manner that it makes fighting the fires on the ground too hazardous to even contemplate.

    Containment on the largest of these is not expected until next year.

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  4. Sirius Lunacy says:

    I’m going with GASO!
    Great American Sell Out.

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  5. Dennis Cole says:

    Besides, as well – to hear him lie about providing adequate Gov’t resources, such as the Nat Guard, and the Army CoE, etc is galling, to say the least. I’ve seen a few, but mostly in backup or mop-up positions. He had NO problem sending in Feds, when the protesting got slightly out of hand, but there’s nowhere near that amount of manpower being dedicated to our efforts.

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  6. sos says:

    ERMERGERRRD, WATERRR THE DEAD TREES!

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  7. vonBeavis says:

    “Trump ignored the fact that the federal government manages much of the forested land in the West. Of the 33 million acres of forest in California, roughly 57% is owned and managed by the U.S. Forest Service or federal Bureau of Land Management, according to a report by the state’s Little Hoover Commission. State and local governments control only 3%, while the rest is private.

    “The state cannot require the federal government to manage its forests,” the commission wrote.”

    https://www.sacbee.com/news/california/fires/article245727925.html

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  8. Oneofthebobs says:

    With all of those unused rakes lying about here in California, it’s difficult not to step on one, I suppose.

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  9. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    RAKE FORCE

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  10. Sirius Lunacy says:

    Lord Damp Nut rakin’ in the DOH!

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  11. Dimitrios says:

    The last time I saw exploding trees was in 1991, which happened when they were hit by a flaming arrow in “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.” You know that epic starring Kevin Costner, Morgan Freeman and with the beloved Alan Rickman as the Sherriff of Nottingham.

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