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Neil you obviously didn't stop to read the FIRST sentence of the FIRST post. It was not your post i was referring to.
Name calling only undermines your stance but very well may pinpoint your lack of mental acuity.
You seem the kind to let the weather be decided by a varmint but won't let scientists convince you that the earth is indeed warming. Globalists? Did you make that up- maybe you are a member of the Old Curmudgeonist?
If you have a chance take a look at a book called "Beast in the Garden" it describes in detail why Boulder had such a struggle with Mountain Lions and outlines their pattern of behavior over time. It could help us see where this pattern may be heading. I do not agree with Mr. Haskins assumption of
"This has just never been an issue here, and I don't expect it to happen for a long time," Haskins said.- This is absolutely not true. A dog in south routt many years ago was dragged into a pond by a desperate male lion. Photos surfaced of a Mt. Lion very close to Mtn Bikers at the quarry area on Emerald a few years back. There was the issue of Little Bear trail (Strawberry Park) and a Lion attacking the hikers dogs.
Be aware, don't let your little ones get out of sight when hiking.
Tom you love to hear yourself talk don't you?
Classy and thoroughly engaged. Nice work Mr. Casson!!
If you REALLY believe the megatons of pollutants that "clean burning coal" (no such thing actually) send into the atmosphere is how "god and nature intended it" you are sadly mistaken.
I post this assuming that national geographic is a well respected magazine unspoiled by the likes of Barack Obama's checkbook.
Thomss just make sure you don't sign up for any "membership perks"
More interesting tid bits.....
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