[Noisebridge-discuss] Lizard liberation

Jeffrey Carl Faden jeffreyatw at gmail.com
Tue Jul 1 13:03:42 UTC 2014


Also, it's July 1 and Noisebridge should be closed to this sort of thing.
She should know this. Are people being allowed into the space to do things
like take care of pets? Isn't the door locked?

I was under the impression that there would be certain points during the
month that the conditions inside the space will be unlivable - like, the
fumes of which you speak could easily kill animals (some might even be
intended to kill animals).

If the door is locked (as it should be), my suggestion would be to not wait
for a week while the lizard dies from not having its owner around to take
care of it. A week is far too generous the owner, and far too long for the
animal. If the owner is around because she has volunteered to help reboot
Noisebridge, this seems to me like an abuse of privileges.

As usual, it's hard to really determine what the situation is, and hold
people accountable, if names aren't going to be named.

Jeffrey


On Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 11:55 PM, davidfine <d at vidfine.com> wrote:

> To the woman who's keeping a pet lizard in a tank near the window: you
> didn't want to discuss it this afternoon but said you would later. I
> hope you'll answer this in the next day.
> I feel it was an odd choice to take a lizard out of its natural
> environment where it was probably doing quite well, and it was another
> odd choice to house it at Noisebridge. That window space is earmarked
> for other uses, and the poor guy is probably going to be stressed out by
> all the noise and fumes in the near future. Out of respect for living
> creatures, I volunteer to release it back into the wild in Sonoma from
> whence you plucked it. I will be going there next weekend. This is
> nothing personal against you, but I don't think you asked if it was
> alright to keep a terrarium in the space and it is a bit of an imposition.
> --David
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