Why do Naturenet readers want to kill everything?

After the Ranger’s spam rant you’d have thought that he’d have had enough of ferretting in his server stats. But no. Inspired by the popular “How you got here in…” series posted on Village Idiot The Ranger has been looking at the various things you lot type into search engines before you arrive, blinking, at The Rangers Blog. Here’s an unexpurgated sample from the last 10 hours:

… how can I kill a neighbour’s tree

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ivy how to kill ivy

how to kill ivy

copper nail kill tree

what kills cane toads?

copper nails

wildlife blog

copper nails and trees

can squirrels be shot

copper kills trees

august 2006 sunset magazine

forest ranger home …

Do you see a pattern? It’s perhaps not too subtle: a kind of genocidal tinge. The Ranger has often wondered what it would be like to meet the readers who use the various pages on Naturenet. Maybe, based on this, it might be better if he didn’t!

3 thoughts on “Why do Naturenet readers want to kill everything?

  • 12th May, 2012 at 6:12 pm
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    i have a tree hanger over from next door and need to get shut of it for good

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  • 12th May, 2012 at 6:12 pm
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    I’m still grappling with the notion of smearing haemorrhoid cream on toads. There was no suggestion, I was pleased to see, that the reverse might be true – and that toads might be used to treat haemorrhoids!

    The Ranger responds: errr… well, let us know if you try it, won’t you?! 🙂

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  • 12th May, 2012 at 6:12 pm
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    Here is a grave situation. Why do humans want to kill nature and it’s species inferior to human beings? Nature should be nurtured and I think your blog is doing great in promoting natural nurture. But it’s really sad to see how mankind is neglecting the beautiful green children of mother earth.

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