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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...
I like George's idea of a human cannon. Maybe we could get a whole new set of tourists here,the adventure seekers! Like everything else,sooner or later it would be turned into a competition;imagine the new world champion human cannonball would come from Cannonball Town USA.
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