[Noisebridge-discuss] Lizard liberation

Casey Callendrello c1 at caseyc.net
Tue Jul 1 15:56:56 UTC 2014


The lizard was taken out of the space by its owner.

-c

On 7/1/14, 6:03 AM, Jeffrey Carl Faden wrote:
> 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
> <mailto: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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