The Federal Department of Outdoorsy Stuff is holding its first "Sharing Session" tonight to discuss the opening of our sacred land to the public. David Kissass, in charge of the Refuge, had this to say "we are going to listen to the people, but then we are going to open up this land to the public." Befuddled, our reporters continued to probe, "Mr. Kissass, what about concerns by the outsiders that this land has no right to be open to willful public visitation?" David replied "People need to come here. There's only a small chance they are going to get cancer and genetic mutations by breathing on the land, it's silly to not allow people to enjoy such a beautiful scenic environment with sacred wildlife even though there's some radiation." The discussion at the sharing session tonight is expected to draw some controversy and perhaps even heated discussion.
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