If Ricky Gease fell to his knees in the woods and begged forgiveness, would anyone hear him? Would anyone care?
You can bet KRSA will have a huge presence at the Board of Fish meeting this winter in Anchorage. A 501C nonprofit will spend big bucks on "educating the board."
Mr. Gease is smart. There is really no need to apologize for his success of scaring board members into voting for the Anchorage location.
I'll be curious to see how many volunteers line up to serve at the 2005 Kenai Classic or how many local businesses will donate. Mostly, I appreciate Mr. Gease's honesty. Between requests to the Board of Fish and a public apology, peninsula residents have gained an incredible insight into both his intellect and character.
John McCombs, Ninilchik
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