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February 11, 2024


In what’s become an annual winter tradition, hundreds of people carrying torches set fire to a giant wooden beetle effigy in Custer, South Dakota, to raise awareness of the destructive impact of the mountain pine beetle on forest land in the Black Hills.

(Thanks to The Perts)


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We're suing! They stole our sport!

Filing an amicus curiae brief as well, regarding the cremation of care.

Beetle inferno
(Burn baby burn) burn that mother down
(Burn beetle burn) beetle inferno
(Burn baby burn) burn that mother down

Weaving pine beetles come not here.

If they burned down the forests, that would kill the beetles. Problem solved.

Or they could just burn the beetles.

Children of the beetles? Maybe a new movie story line

Send them to Gavle!

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