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Lee Whittlesey
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"Finally, the central messages of this book, aside from fascinating history, must be these: PLAY SAFELY, and think before you act" (Introduction, xiv.)

"Like hell I won't!" (Chapter 1, pg. 3.)

"They are confused and frustrated and need to strike out. They need to hate or get revenge; they need to blame. They need, most of all, to avoid blaming themselves" (Chapter 1, pg. 18.)

"Again and again, the issue came back to the public and the overwhelming need to make them understand that it was unhealthy, unnatural, illegal...that it was wrong to do the one thing they most wanted to do in Yellowstone-feed the bears" (Chapter 3, pg. 37.)

"The obvious cardinal rule about plants is do not eat them unless you are certain of what you are eating...never eat wild mushrooms, never eat plants that resemble wild carrots or parsnips, and more generally, never eat any plant unless you are...

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