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Hope you got your facts straight on what Wisecup "basicically said" Scott, cause that's not the way I remember it. He may threaten to sue you for slander and defamation such as the last time you spouted off something that was not true, and you had to retract your statment and apoligize. A copy of this post and a copy of the letter he handed out at that meeting would give him all of the evidence he'd need for a court case. I think I'll print him off a copy.
Well Cargo was seen today being "helped" across the street by a couple of her minions to the Elk's, but didn't seem to be having any trouble yesterday scurrying into the gas station to buy her scratch tickets. The drama queen will drag it out as long as possible.
Well said mom :)
Great, so in the last week I have learned to ignore the lawful request of an officer who has turned his lights on me at whatever location I happen to be, proceed to my domicile, where I call 911 to see what officer is trying to pull me over, and for what reason, refuse a breath or blood test, (could be a bounty on me and someone slipped a drug in my 1 drink) and I should pretty much get off scott free? I am in need of a guinea pig to test both of these theories at the same time and based on a positive outcome I should be able to create a Trunk Monkey that can pull this off for subscribers. GOOD LUCK.
So at 1:48 a.m on any given morning, since I am so afraid of a law enforcment officer whom I can readily identify (?) as the one trying to pull me over at 1:48 a.m even with the red and blue lights flashing in my mirrors (I Just KNOW it's him) after visiting a drinking establisment for a couple of hours, it will be ok for me to out run him home and seek refuge in my residence while dialing 911 (Cause I just KNOW it's him and I'm so afraid of him because of what I've heard about him) and I will be able to beat the eluding rap? WHEW Glad it was him and not RCSO, (their vehicls are so much alike) what excuse would I have used for fleeing an officer of the law then? GIVE ME A BREAK Sounds like a conspiracy theory to me.
But what do I know? I'm just a Trunk Monkey
Sounds like she shoulda signed up for our services.
Maybe Scott Naysayer could use some of the hot water generated to reopen the town's only carwash he ran into the ground shortly after it's purchase.
There is a big difference between a home rule city and a statutory town. I don't know about Hayden but Oak Creek statutorily cannot raise its sales tax anymore. The town is limited to the 3% it now collects. The people of South Routt have nearly taxed themselves to death with approvals for the schools. 47% of my property tax goes to the schools now. I spend a considerable sum of money in SS each month as do a large number of South Routt residents and I don't believe it will break the bank in SS if some of that money comes back to South Routt.
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