Not the Poor Baby Seals!
Apparently, Canadians haven't thought of a better way to kill baby seals than by clubbing them to pieces with a baseball bat.
Good luck fighting a $15 million-a-year industry, Pam.
God Bless America.
In other news, the biggest airport expansion in American history is happening in Chicago's back yard as we speak. The bulldozers are plowing, the cranes are lifting, and the backhoes are backhoeing. The renovation, scheduled for 7 years and weighing in at $15 billion, is aimed at reducing flight delays, which happen to be O'Hare Airport's strong suit. No other U.S. airport has more of them. The problems with the project are worries that it will drastically exceed its budget, and that it will not reduce delays at all. According to officials, increased capacity will be nullified by many, many new flights.
Oh yeah, and they plan on plowing through a Civil War cemetary to build one of the new runways.