Chris Hadlock

Chris Hadlock 3 months, 4 weeks ago on Routt County's improving economy confronts a shortage of workers

So, let me clarify here. You believe that you use the same basket of Gov't services as everyone else. Therefore your $300,000 in income should not be taxed any higher than the family down the street that only made $50,000. You do understand that x% of 300,000 is a higher dollar amount than x% of $100,000 or x% of $50,000 right?

You fail basic math and call me an imbecile. Rich indeed :)

Have a Merry Christmas and enjoy the largess that living in this country helped you earn.

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Chris Hadlock 4 months ago on Routt County's improving economy confronts a shortage of workers

PS. no where in your little letter to the editor was it labeled or referred to as an analogy. Just like your complaints when United charged you extra to change your flight. Seems to me that you just want better cards than life gave you and anything/anyone that does not agree with you is automatically "Dumb as Rock"

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Chris Hadlock 4 months ago on Routt County's improving economy confronts a shortage of workers

Just because my worldview does not agree with yours does not automatically mean that it is not well-informed. Here we are arguing for several years now, and I still fail to see any of your predictions of doom and gloom coming true. Guess I am just brainwashed right?

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Chris Hadlock 4 months ago on Routt County's improving economy confronts a shortage of workers

Perhaps you would be so kind as to enlighten us. How exactly are the decisions of a private company (grocery store, United Airlines) related to the Gubbamint you so despise? Inquiring minds would like to know.

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Chris Hadlock 4 months ago on Steamboat City Council gets an earful about recent cuts to winter bus service

I guarantee that there is a wage rate for seasonal bus drivers that would encourage even the most hard core pot smoker to go straight for at least the driving season. Pot is not the problem here, this issue lies directly at the feet of cost savings and inadequate management. There are many commercial drivers in this town, and those operations do not seem to be affected by the MJ issues. Just look at Jerry's comment above: He quit driving the bus because he got a better job with more hours, better benefits and higher pay. Go Figure right!

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Chris Hadlock 4 months ago on Snowstorm brings powder, more skiable terrain to Steamboat Ski Area

Were you there Walt? It was darn close! Fluffy, light and deep. Had to take an extra Closets run just to be sure I had not missed any.

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