, the company that's determined to build a pit-to-pier gravel mining project in the Hood Canal, consequences be damned, filed a lawsuit several weeks ago in order to lash out against environmentalists and anyone else who stands between Thorndyke Resources and its profits. And now, in a classic textbook example of terms like “self-fulfilling” and “circular reasoning,” Thorndyke Resources is having a fit because Peter Goldmark, Commissioner of Public Lands, gave a 90-minute tour to several journalists who wanted to see the parts of the Hood Canal that would be destroyed by Thorndyke's proposed gravel mining operation.
Dan Baskins, spokesman for Thorndyke Resources, said:
“It's not right that he has spent all this time
and money entertaining reporters and discussing a matter that is in
Uh, yeah, it's “in litigation” because of the groundless/frivolous lawsuit that you filed. That term again is circular reasoning