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Letter: Story of shrinking bison was absurd

Charles writes, "Now it looks like climate change will be the new weapon of control and your coverage is falling right in line."

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Well, it appears the tyrants couldn’t seize total control via COVID. Now it looks like climate change will be the new weapon of control and your coverage is falling right in line. Stories of danger to whales, reptiles, lightning strikes, etc; but the story of shrinking bison was absolutely absurd!

That story did leave out the fact that Pebbles Flintstone’s dino doggy was much larger than pet dogs today…obviously due to climate change; fitting in quit nicely with some of the other twisted logic of that story.

David Charles lives in Bellview, Minn.

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