Jeff Kibler

Jeff Kibler 17 hours, 57 minutes ago on Our View: There is no free bus

Paul Krugman tried to corner that market.
I find The Conscience of a Liberal an oxymoron.


Jeff Kibler 2 days, 1 hour ago on New parking enforcement technology tested in Steamboat's downtown business district

As a friend from Portlandia facetiously said, "Privacy is so last century."
I never registered my Cards at either City Market or Safeway. Of course they know precisely who I am when I pay with a credit card. I am pleased, however, that I've never received SPAM email of junk snail-mail from these companies.


Jeff Kibler 2 days, 20 hours ago on Routt County's improving economy confronts a shortage of workers

Don't ya know? Only marketing creates jobs. Marketing is a profit center, whilst Engineering is a cost center.
Seriously, back in the nineties, that type of speechifying actually occurred.
That was a huge impetus moving me toward this town.


Jeff Kibler 2 days, 21 hours ago on Routt County's improving economy confronts a shortage of workers

Mark H:

"If the progressive left gave a damn about american workers ..."

The establishment political right is also complicit, attempting to increase h1b visas.
Hell yes! Let's replace American nerds at half the price. Yeah, you know all them geeky types, that attempt to re-plumb your nerd box, run the power grid, kinda supporting the essentials that we're accustomed to.


Jeff Kibler 2 days, 22 hours ago on Multi-agency conservation effort brings stretch of Yampa River south of Steamboat into public domain

That's right John, after Catamount. Rarely is that distinction made. In reality, it's only "wild" and "free-flowing" below Catamount.
The Snake is "wild" and "free-flowing" below Ice Harbor Dam, too. So much for truth in advertising, as if there ever was any.
Isn't Oregon decommissioning dams on the Rogue River? That's what it would take to return the Yampa to "wild" and "free-flowing," with some drastic consequences.


Jeff Kibler 4 days, 14 hours ago on Broncos beat Bills, 24-17, behind Anderson's 3 TDs

Perhaps da Bears should have kept Orton. No surprise that Chicago benched Cutler, an underperforming petulant little pouter.