Column strikes the wrong chord

I don’t often read Les Palmer’s column in your Friday edition, but today (Feb. 1) I made the mistake of doing so; the title was “Wildlife Vs. Man.”

I can’t decide whether he’s trying to be funny, or if he’s serious. If the former, he needs to go back to comedy school; I think I have a reasonably well developed sense of humor, but I don’t find anything in it even mildly amusing.

If the latter, he needs to be provided a one-way ticket to somewhere outside, the farther the better. I’ll be happy to contribute to the ticket fund.

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