[permaculture] Nutcake posts dangerous misinformation about mushrooms
rafter t. sass
liberationecology at gmail.com
Mon Apr 28 23:22:51 EDT 2008
Hello Pc friends,
So, I'm a wildly enthusiastic mycophile - foraging, cultivating,
In my forays through internet mushroom land, I discovered one
particular lunatic in Texas that is posting dangerously wrong
information about wild mushrooms.
for a stark example.
God forbid somebody take him at his word - but unfortunately, with no
other context or explanation, it's all to likely that someone will,
or has already.
I emailed him, and asked him to correct his wildly misinformed post.
The email exchange is below. As you can read, much to my surprise he
simply refused, apparently out of sheer pigheadedness.
I'm hoping some others will find it in their conscience to take 30
seconds and email this bozo and convince him to amend or take down
his bad info. Feel free to be more or less diplomatic than me, as the
spirit moves you.
Thanks from me, and on behalf of novice and potential mycophiles
rafter t. sass
The Liberation Ecology Project
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Rob Solarion <solarion at sbcglobal.net>
> Date: April 26, 2008 4:07:30 PM EDT
> To: "Rafter T. Sass" <rafter at thesociallandscape.com>
> Subject: Re: Inquiry Champignons Gourmets
> Thank you for writing, but I have no intention of removing those
> mushroom web pages. I clearly state that I am no "authority" on
> mushrooms. If someone sees my photos and eats a wild mushroom and
> dies of poisoning, well, said person shouldn't have eaten it in the
> first place. That mushroom display was a rarity for Texas. I have
> seen nothing like it before or after. The photos were meant for
> their "artistry" not "edibility". Regards, Roberto
>> You are posting incomplete and sometimes just wrong information
>> about wild mushrooms, in a way that is dangerous and irresponsible.
>> For example, there are numerous varieties of Boletus that are
>> POISONOUS - there have even been a few recorded deaths from
>> Boletus poisoning.
>> Really - don't let this information stay up on the web. Consult
>> with an expert before posting information about potentially deadly
>> foraging activities.
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