Wednesday December 11, 2013
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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.
I just learned that insurance companies basically rate the humans like cars. They will invest in you, as long as you are still drivable. You will be driven hard to peak out your performance and then be replaced by a newer model as soon as you are broken.
The insurance companies are the atrocity. They do not provide ANY health care related service except "administration" on how to rape the most profits out of the system. Seriously, behind MIC, Megalomaniacal PIG/COW/Monsanto farmers this is one of the Sickest Corporate system on the planet. The insurance companies have to go, or this "Obama care" will absolutely crash our economy. This may actually be the plan in the implementation of this insane system of theft. The MIC corps make us sick, then profit from our illnesses, that they create. DRAGON!
Did the $700,000 dollar out standing school bond get paid off with that 1 million? Was that bond for the remodel of Frontier? I bet the new vile school has appropriate class sizes.
Can the Round Up add a option, so people could respond, "It is none of your business."? I get the why, but it is obnoxious, none the less.
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