- The Washington Times - Monday, July 29, 2002

A July 18 article draws attention to the problem of white-tail deer overrunning Rock Creek Park and Chevy Chase (“Chevy Chase, Crestwood residents: Oh, deer!” Metro). It also noted that park ranger Laura Illige is allowed to carry a gun to thin the herd.

This presents a great opportunity to reduce the hunger of Washington's homeless and offer a greater diversity of cuisine for everyone else. Experienced hunters could assist Ranger Illige in preparing a large pot of venison stew or “Bul Go Gi,” Korean fire venison each Saturday in the park. A nominal fee could be charged to cover the cost of bullets and spices. Taking home stew would be encouraged.

Lt. Col. Edwin R. Riley

U.S. Army, ret.


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