Welker Dec 2
Well, yeah, it just seems so ludicrous and ridiculous that they would even consider such a thing. Yeah, we've got lots of chainsaws around here and lots of different little motorized things that that I don't know how they could possibly outlaw every engine. It would put so many industries out of business. It doesn't make any sense, but you can't plug in your chainsaw and go out in the woods and cut trees down. And so it's not practical, and I don't think they really have a grasp on what happens in the real world. We've got quite a few chainsaws out here just used for trim and logs and cutting logs to length and trimming boards after they've been milled. So yeah, we've got a couple chainsaws around here. I'm not sure what what exactly that law entails if it's just the the little two stroke motors are talking about or gardening equipment or what. But it would just be super inconvenient and I I don't know what their idea is. I suppose they've got some kind of silly battery powered chainsaws nowadays, but I doubt they have any kind of the same capacities and capabilities as a gas powered chainsaw. So if they somehow invented something that was comparable to a good steel chainsaw, maybe I would change my mind. But I don't think they have such a thing out there with a three foot bar on there to cut a big tree down.