Sunday April 20, 2014
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The dress code is what ever is sold at Walnart, and the discipline is putting kids on probation and selling the school assets out from under them.
Howdy Wonderful People. Do not forget about this case -
http://law.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/FSupp2/370/978/2528745/. The Gisela Ditch provides some precedence to protect the ground water rights. Those rights belong to nobody, we need to keep the rain fall free for all to use and not give the right to rain to a corporation.
To whom this may concern, don't forget about 370 F. Supp. 2d 978: Forest Guardians v. US Forest Service, Arizona District Court - 370 F. Supp. 2d 978 March 23, 2004.
Also the Gisela Ditch has the oldest water rights in AZ. The surface water belongs to nobody - lets keep it that way!
They want to keep It in the box, expect nothing to change.
The forests can be thinned without waiting for a logging company. Everybody who can, apply for a Christmas tree permit. If there are 1000 permits issued, that is 1000 trees that can be thinned out. I am aware of the forest service "contracting" areas to individuals for areas that need to be "returned" to grazing land. Then the individuals sell fire wood. The government won't fix this problem. There is a lot of money in the forest fire business. More than in the timber business.
Pat, There is so much bloat in the entire "educational" system, much of it is not necessary.
H. Wm. I do know people who behave and think like the unfortunate Mr. C.
Start educating children about marketing strategies and how people are targeted thru the media to buy and use products they don't need. They should teach marketing strategies and the consequences in high school.
The fact they feel it necessary to do this is the most disturbing fact of all.
So they know what products are trending and how to market to them.
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