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The spraying operation did not cover huge amounts of acres. It covered the immediate areas around a number of trails.Goats could certainly help in such a situation. They wouldn't need to spray as much or as extensively if they thought over the problem a bit and looked for an alternative. No one really expects goats to solve such an admittedly large problem,but they could help keep the toxicity down.
As for you,Mark,you don't even know what goat turds look like,if you think anyone will be wading in it. More like shootin' yourself in the foot.
I don't buy into the notion that allowing a group of kids to put up all these small flags as a tribute and a memorial to those that died on 9/11 somehow requires the County Commissioners to allow any and all other groups to do something similar.They should allow this display. If subsequently,they are approached by a group that wishes to put up Nazi flags and they turn them down,I doubt their decision would be challenged in court.I think I have to disagree with you on this,Scott. I don't believe that the law is that rigid.
You've obviously never seen a goat eat,Harry. It is an impressive sight.Not surprising that Mark would find something to mock here.
Very cool! Sorry that I missed it.
I believe that the driver of the cement truck was found to have been drinking,and turned left in front of the bike rider (whom I knew),giving the rider little chance to stop. The rider may not have been entirely sober either;a tragedy for everyone,and a great loss to the Steamboat biking community of the time.
I can't find anything to disagree with in this letter. Very well reasoned,David.
If this was Sweden, what we call a moose would be an elk.
Guess I'll have to drink Budweiser when I'm in Craig.
Could you run that one through again? I'm sure that you had a point to make here,but I have lost it somewhere...
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