It just gets better

"Redskins Owner Tried to Buy Permission to Cut Down Trees."

Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder offered to pay the National Park Service $25,000 nearly four years ago in exchange for permission to remove trees behind his Potomac estate, according to Interior Department documents released this week.

Park Service officials denied the offer, explaining that cutting down trees in an environmentally protected area was not up for financial negotiation, the documents show.
Of course. No word on how Snyder's purchase of Richard Pryor to be his son's playmate is coming along.

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