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    Cyburbian Richmond Jake's avatar
    Aug 2001
    The Emerald Coast

    Panama City crayfish. An endangered species?

    Conspiracy theories are running wild on this one. St. Joe supports it because they want to sell mitigation lands. This is called the "Keppner Full Employment Act" in my neck of the woods. And Frasier Bingham is a complete fool, too. We've listened to his presentation. The recovery program is a joke. It's all run a muck.

    Unless they spend a lot of time in ditches, most people never see the Panama City crayfish.

    During dry weather, the critter burrows and stays about three feet underground and lives, according to recent estimates, in a 37-square-mile area inside Bay County, including parts of Callaway, Parker, Panama City and unincorporated land. Once thought to be extinct, the crustacean now is the cause of serious discussion among land developers, environmentalists and several municipalities in the county.

    Another part of the story:


    Charlie Hilton is an idiot, too.
    Last edited by Richmond Jake; 01 Apr 2007 at 10:56 AM.

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    Cyburbian otterpop's avatar
    Jul 2003
    Down by Dun Ringill
    Blog entries
    Has there been a recent migration of Cajuns? That could be the problem. My people love them little critters. Preferably boiled with garlic cloves, potatoes and corn on the cob. YUMMY!

    Look for heavyset guys who call people cher
    "I am very good at reading women, but I get into trouble for using the Braille method."

    ~ Otterpop ~

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