Glenn Little II

Glenn Little II 2 years, 5 months ago on Ghost Ranch Saloon in Steamboat closes down indefinitely

Actually they shut down the place because of embezzlement... So maybe you should think twice about what you say seeuski!

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Glenn Little II 2 years, 5 months ago on Ghost Ranch Saloon in Steamboat closes down indefinitely

Finally a bar get's shut down because of the managers corruption.. Looks like we should take a closer look at what alcohol is doing to this town!!! Instead of trying to shut down legitimate businesses' like dispensaries. The bar's are far more dangerous and destructive to the community and no one seems to be pointing the finger at who is doing what wrong. Until now !

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Glenn Little II 2 years, 5 months ago on Quicksilver fracking without water on Wolf Mountain

So this is still not a green energy resource and will cause plenty of pollution for us all to choke on and kill off the living things on this planet. How come we are not providing solar and wind energy for people? There are plenty of ways to create energy and other oil such as hemp oil which is environmentally friendly... Wake up and smell the truth people!

1 Acre hemp = 4 Acres of trees Hemp takes 3 months to grow and Trees take a lifetime. 1 Acre of Corn or Maize = 2,500 litres of ethanol. 1 Acre of Hemp = 10,000 litres of ethanol.

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Glenn Little II 2 years, 5 months ago on Connor Bernard: 1 teen’s perspective

Marijuana is going to always be in our community and will never leave Steamboat. Go persecute the individuals cooking meth across the street from your house. Leave the herbal healing of the nation and the world to those who are not blind and ignorant. These doctors think a lot differently then Dr. Victory does >>> http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/headlines/2011/10/california-medical-association-wants-to-legalize-marijuana/

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Glenn Little II 2 years, 5 months ago on Ryan Fisher: Let’s not get distracted

Let it be.. If the dispensaries are banned in the county then we will see or perhaps not see all of this money taken away from our local economy. It will go into the pockets of individuals who are and have been growing there own weed for the past few years. The demand for marijuana is higher than it's ever been before and that will only create widespread growing amongst our community. I think it would be great if an apartment complex was full of growers. Think how friendly all of your neighbors would be. Instead of being alienated into exile by those who oppose marijuana. The problem here is that no one is happy until these issues are resolved. It's funny how things change and if we lose our rights to go to a dispensary well then we can always just drop by your neighbors house to pick up some more weed. One thing though is that since dispensaries have opened there is no where to get weed from if you choose not to go to one of these stores. Unless you know the right person. If you can not see it coming already then expect it to come. The market for marijuana will rise in demand and so will the prices once again. No tax will be collected and we will have quite the predicament on our hands with a lot of angry individuals who can't get there medicine.

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Glenn Little II 2 years, 9 months ago on At Home: Steamboat Springs is becoming a cycling mecca

We should call it chumpboat Usa because everyone like to talk about bike trails.. Why don't you go build some sweet bike trails for you and your friends to ride on and stop complaining !!!!

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Glenn Little II 2 years, 9 months ago on Feds: Dispensaries are prosecution targets

Right now the federal government is asking states to be heard and stand up for there rights.. Either the state government decides to stand up for MMJ patients or lose all the revenue they have gained through this growing experience, or should I say experiment. This is a test for the people to be heard through the states government. What will the federal government possibly do with 127,000+ MMJ cardholders? They are better off imprisoning the state politicians who wrote the legislation to regulate marijuana. For every dispensary that goes down in flames a lawsuit will bring light to the situation. The need for complete reform on marijuana laws is long overdue. The time for legalization is coming in the near future !!! Please, Read, Hate, Repeat...

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Glenn Little II 2 years, 9 months ago on Medical marijuana rules take effect Friday

Time to Legalize Marijuana that's correct.. That will be the next thing we vote on after this. I will always have safe access to marijuana even if the shops close down. You can send away the circus but you can't kill all the clowns!

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