Brian Kotowski

Brian Kotowski 5 hours, 39 minutes ago on Man faces six felonies after Dream Island Mobile Home Park disturbance

How on earth did I miss this gem? With the retirements of The Far Side and Calvin & Hobbes strips, it's pretty much the small town police blotter or nothing.

I'm going to have to file the frame up tactic away for future reference. I wouldn't have any idea where to find cocaine, but I have some hi-capacity magazines that I could plant on the mark. If memory serves, they're illegal after Hickenlooper signed those ridiculous bills a couple three years ago.

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Brian Kotowski 6 hours, 43 minutes ago on Steamboat's Humble Ranch land deal based on faulty trust

Focusing on ideas and opinions sans the gratuitous mudslinging is a fine idea, but the wannabe bullies don't have the intellectual firepower to make it happen. While George is among those who deployed personal attacks, he is far from the worst offender so I find his banishment a little curious when measured against some of our more genuine dbags.

I had engaged Schlichtman's predecessor on this topic & as far as I can tell nothing has changed since the Boyer regime. The SP&T lacks both the resources and the inclination to assign a babysitter, so the crybabies continue to rule the roost when it comes to forum supervision.

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Brian Kotowski 1 day, 4 hours ago on Steamboat's Humble Ranch land deal based on faulty trust

Chalk up a win for our resident crybabies. I had recently written George off as a troll, but trolls are remarkably easy to ignore. You crybabies oughtta give it a try. Any wagers on if this post gets me banned?

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Brian Kotowski 3 days, 8 hours ago on Road rage incident results in felony arrest

We know the self-righteous among us think me and this guy should have been arrested. It must be terribly disconcerting to know so much more about law enforcement than the cops on the scene. An unsatisfying cross to bear, I would think.

I suspect they're equally distressed with the Castle Doctrine. Here's a safety tip: don't use someone else's doggy door to facilitate your burglary attempt. The homeowner might shoot you in the head with his .40 cal.

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Brian Kotowski 1 week, 5 days ago on Kotowski: Take focus off weapons

It's a good thing that recruitment center in Chattanooga is a gun free zone. Just like Charleston, Aurora, Virginia Tech, et al. I encourage all you gun control advocates to plant signs in your front yards proudly announcing "This Home Is A Gun Free Zone." If it's good enough for our Marines, it oughtta be good enough for you.

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Brian Kotowski 2 weeks, 4 days ago on Kotowski: Take focus off weapons

We know the trolls think me and this guy should've been arrested. It must be disconcerting to know so much more about law enforcement than the cops on the scene. The trolls must be uber-anguished over the Castle Doctrine. Safety tip: don't try to facilitate your burglary attempt through the doggy door. The homeowner might shoot you in the head with his .40 cal.

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Brian Kotowski 3 weeks ago on Our View: If you see something, say something

Some decent observations I suppose, in a 'water is wet' sort of way. It's true that vigilant residents with their eyes peeled helped law enforcement apprehend the scumbag, which is contrary to the editorial's suggestion that we're too complacent and self involved. And even though the killer was quickly taken off the streets, it's cold comfort to the victim and her family.

We often hear people lament the state of mental health screening and treatment in the aftermath of episodes like Charleston and Aurora (I'm one of them). This piece doesn't even pay lip service to the issue. And while my immediate reaction is irritation, the unfortunate reality is that a loser going off the rails may never be preventable.

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Brian Kotowski 3 weeks, 5 days ago on Post office lockouts in Steamboat follow national USPS protocol

Let's see: you brought guns into the thread. So it's okay for you to go off topic; it's inappropriate for me to acknowledge or respond to it. Thanks for clearing that up. The time has come to file you under 'life's too short', alongside your fellow hypocrite and liar Mr. Hall Monitor. You are in excellent company! Be well.

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Brian Kotowski 3 weeks, 5 days ago on Post office lockouts in Steamboat follow national USPS protocol

Wow, Neil. I don't think I've been so thoroughly chastened since Ronnie Heffler called me a slant eyed rice eater in the second grade. Lefties and 8-year olds: they're so... intellectual.

You're in excellent company, my friend.

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