Get me to the wilderness please.
The settlement agreement — opposed by some [?] environmentalists — is intended to resolve years of litigation that have shielded wolves in the Northern Rockies from public hunting, even as the predator's population has sharply expanded.
"For too long, wolf management [TALISMANIC SPEECH ALERT] in this country has been caught up in controversy and litigation instead of rooted in science, where it belongs. This proposed settlement provides a path forward," said Deputy Interior Secretary David Hayes.
Help me get my tub and off the grid, and I will welcome people to come learn to live like true humans, help start over.