Yeah, what are we thinking. The wildlife management community should have notified the PGC that no matter what techniques they use to manage the wildlife for Pennsylvanian's, they first need to check with the stone family to make sure their traditions, that have been around since Columbus landed, aren't disrupted in any way.
In turn the PGC should contact all working hunters whom have very limited time afield, and have them insist to their employer's that they give them either more time off or more vacation, based on the stone families traditional days afield.
Are you starting to see how silly and self centered your comment is that you want to ignore the wants of other hunters and the needs of wildlife managers just so you can have the seasons revolve around you?
I give these outlandish but true(to make it work) scenarios to illustrate the lack of logic in your comment, but it would be a whole lot easier if you wanted to be objective about this issue and have a serious discussion about it and the legitimate reasons for it, instead of wanting the world to revolve around you and your traditions, which btw are not the same as everyone elses. All traditions have starts and stops, they come and go. It's part of life. Get over it and start your own.