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Deny it. Plain and simple. Deny it.
Fact of the matter is that even a dim witted attorney could bring a successful lawsuit against The City of Craig for negligence in controlling a dangerous "attractive nuisance". Simply bolting up climbing lines is not going to reduce their liability everytime someone wants to commit suicide or climb foolishly on the rocks. They need to take steps to ensure the safety of those who are on the Sandrocks, legally or not.
I am sure he is a wonderful person, which is why he is currently under federal investigation. The Feds always investigate the most upstanding of citizens.
The government has no right to tell us that we need to lose weight or eat more healthily. This is a scary time in our lives when the government is supporting this type of idea.
Yay!!! Lets celebrate the death of freedom and choice by advertising the number of police contacts have been made enforcing this abomination.
Looks like God took a day off....
For a second there you sounded like an Occupy protester. I agree that we have an issue, but do not think that everyone in this county is apathetic just because they do not belong to your stupid club. If you guys would wake up and drop some of the god crap out of your rhetoric maybe people would take you seriously. A political rally should NEVER be opened with a prayer, unless you want to be like Iran.... I cant stand self righteous ignorant people who constantly consider themselves to be superior on ever matter that they come across.
Then train in Rangely or Routt...... The PD and SO don't have their own shooting ranges.
Well, that is breaking news... I can't wait for their shocker that discovers that humidity levels increase during a rain storm!!! I have been trying to tell these people this for a long time, but they don't get it. There is even less money once a well site is established... Oh well....
No worse than when the son of a local prominent business owner got away with planting a homemade pipe bomb at the Homecoming Bonfire a couple years back.
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