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Eric is exposing Scottie for what he is!
It's a good day!
"A rancher has the perfect right to shoot a critter which is ( in) the act of going after
livestock. I took no pleasure in shooting those dogs over the years but I had every right to do so" ---
I wouldn't want to meet you anywhere!
You've got to stop spanking 12 year olds at parties. Stop telling people what you've
done as well. Bill Schurman is retired and won't be there to help you anymore!
Running down and killing wildlife? You said in your other comment that you killed the
dogs because they were going after your livestock.
Sounds like you like to needlessly kill animals.
A fair chase? The only way that would happen is if you used a bow or black powder
rifle. Other then that their is nothing fair about it!
It's Sport? What's sport? Shooting a familys dog that accidently wanders onto your
What is a grossly rural area? Why didn't your co-worker untie her dog so it had a chance?
You had to know their was a dirt road leading to the car wash before you purchased it.
The P&L would have shown you all the expenses involved in the operation of this car wash. Did you think draging the Town Board to court would scare them into lowering your overhead?
It sounds like you made a bad investment and your taking every opportunity to "bad mouth" the town of Oak Creek.
Your negative comments affect the economy of the town. Your harming yourself as a Oak Creek property owner!
Oak Creek needs a car wash. It's to bad that the person that bought the existing one had no intention of continuing the car wash operation.
The over priced property you sold to purchase the 5 lots in Oak Creek did it generate monthly income?
If the car wash isn't a viable business in Oak Creek why did you purchase it?
Did you forget to request a "profit and loss" from the Seller?
All of the Routt Co. schools are basicly unoccupied in the summer. Ski Corp. also has a time frame when they are closed. Good places to practice.
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