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Pretty disgusting. And we wonder why the US has become a toxic stew of trouble.
Robert J. Barnhart was a crew chief for a billboard company, and a soldier in a war on trees.Trees were the enemy if they spoiled the view of a billboard. On days of an attack, Barnhart, 27, would arrive by dawn at Lamar Advertising Co. in Tallahassee, Fla. After removing the magnetic Lamar logo from a company truck, he would set forth with a machete, a hospital mask and a container of what he described as a "pretty gnarly" herbicide.