Jeff Kibler

Jeff Kibler 6 days ago on Dave Peregoy: Historical atrocities

It's a bit more simple. We have too many people residing in semi-arid and arid regions.
A lot of debate has centered around the collapse of various advanced civilizations of yore.
Analyzing ancient pollen grains from Cyprus, researchers concluded that a massive drought hit the region about 3,200 years ago.
http://articles.latimes.com/2013/aug/15/science/la-sci-sn-climate-change-late-bronze-age-civilization-collapse-20130814
Guess what? We do not know. We're just speculating.

The Mayans? They didn't have SUVs, yet climate appeared to be their downfall >br>

http://www.theyucatantimes.com/2015/01/why-did-the-mayan-civilization-collapse/

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Jeff Kibler 6 days, 1 hour ago on Dave Peregoy: Historical atrocities

Yep, that Aurora theater killer, an Occupy Wall Street aficionado, managed to buy guns and ammo. He should have institutionalized long before that, per his pathetic shrink.
ISIS has acquired tanks, chemical weapons, and purportedly some twenty fighter jets.
Do they have the wherewithal to deploy these jets? We don't know.
Still, that's a far cry cry from machine guns on Toyotas.

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Jeff Kibler 6 days, 1 hour ago on Small town, big marijuana business

It's more like an obsession for this paper.
I hope they manage to soon get over it. Perhaps instead they can sensationalize germane topics that affect our bottom lines. YVHA, City Council, Deb H ├╝ber alas, decimating Oak Street for Yampar Street.

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Jeff Kibler 1 week, 2 days ago on Our View: City, Yampa Valley Housing Authority partnership a win

They are not strangers here, but are of course decent, very well-known and respected members of this community. This is a given.
The only given is their incredible incompetence.

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Jeff Kibler 2 weeks ago on John Mertz: Suffering with dignity

For the last month of my Mom's life, I was basically her hospice nurse. I'll spare you the details, yet experiencing that really gave me an appreciation of end-of-life caregivers. At least she died at home in her own bed instead of a hospital or worse.

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Jeff Kibler 2 weeks ago on 180-unit condo development proposed south of Walgreens

No doubt - when I moved here in '97 I found a perfectly suitable condo in one of those copper-topped buildings, until I discovered the HOA fees were $600/month.

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Jeff Kibler 2 weeks ago on John Mertz: Suffering with dignity

Mr. Mertz:
You are free to suffer the pain and indignity of a prolonged, excruciating death. Some of us who have witnessed, first hand, the miserable end of a loved-one's life, sincerely disagree with limiting our own end-of-life decisions and choices.

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Jeff Kibler 2 weeks, 3 days ago on Bill Dring: A shared history

More meat ... Just another scary train oil spill...The company, working with regulators, has allowed fires at the site to burn themselves out while the spilled oil has been contained.

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/cn-rail-says-still-cleaning-213010399.html

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