I don’t know the number of interchanges around Interstate 80, in the Des Moines area, but in my experience driving in the area, there are plenty. Even if you have indirect exits, the streets to get you where you need to go are pretty good. Especially when compared to some of the slop one must muddle through to navigate some county roads in the state.
As for the bat, it can find a new home. It seems to me that most of these environmentalists are likely the same people who push Darwinism and Natural Selection. Maybe the bat has been naturally selected to find a new home.
How much can road construction really bother a bat anyway? Is he going to fly out at night, sense the cars and go, @Pella-news:“Aw man! Cars? I’m so confused and depressed. I sure wish there were tree hugging humans out there who would consider ME before allowing their world to expand.”@Pella-news:
No, he’s probably just going to adapt. That’s what animals do.
Instead, our adaptation as American humans is to stop our progress and reaching our goals and potential for the most RIDICULOUS of reasons. It would be nice to be able to just sit back and laugh at this idiocy, but the financial strains and environmental restrictions we unnecessarily place on ourselves (such as the carbon tax that will come before the end of the Obama Presidency) are just going to push America further down the list of world powers. This bat incident is just another sign of what’s to come.
Take care of yourself and thank you for reading.