Where can we see the contract itself?
Does the Stevensville area really NEED a new development? Even if they need a new development why would it need to be right next to one of the few wildlife refuge??
The traffic alone should be enough to discourage the actualization of this nightmare, not to mention the added stress/damage to the economy, environment and quality of life in that spacious area. MONEY is not what life is about. Let them build next to their wildlife refuge in Wyoming!!!
Bobble Head for President...Hey it could be worse don't you think?
Don't forget, people like this exterminated the PEOPLE who were here first as well. Why would any clear-minded person ever consider the native species of animals being exempt from the same horror? Since the USDA is so hell bent on "controlling predators," which we know is only for the sake of making money, and acting out their hatred toward other species, maybe it's time to start at the top of the list.
Good letter - another thing that could be done to reduce criminal violence is to adopt a "three strikes and you're out" law, in which anyone racking up three felonies is locked up for life. This would help because a lot of violent crimes are committed by habitual criminals who will not stop until they're incarcerated. Such a law would also get habitual drunk drivers off the roads, and save more lives.
Krayton Kerns and his bunch are a disgrace to Montana for supporting dog fighting.
This is funny.. Worried about 80 tons of coal, but no one says anything about the thousands of tons of Haz-Mat that rolls through ALL the major cities!! Please people, figure it out!! There is no such health issues that go along with coal trains rolling by.. It's amazing how ignorant the extreme "greenie" make most of the general public!!! I'm going to help you all in Missoula, coal will continue to run through your city wheather one of the five proposed terminals are built or not, it WILL continue to be exported through BC, and the two coal fire plants at Centralia and Boardman Or..
A slightly longer version of this piece--with links to the Crime Museum and the videos-- can be found at the Other Nations website http://www.othernationsjustice.org/?p=7390
@shimmy: I agree, the way coyotes (like all wild dogs and hyenas) kill their prey (starting to eat it before it's dead) is awful to witness. But the BIG difference between what they are doing and what cruel, mindless sub-humans like Olsen are doing, is that they are following their instinct, pure and simple, and that is how they get to eat (you know, like if they don't eat they don't survive??). Olsen and his sub-breed, on the other hand, do what they do for sadistic pleasure. THERE is the difference you needed to have pointed out to you.
Watch your back, Karma's coming. She's a sneaky little bitch! It will come for you, not your dogs.
Happy hunting you ignorant sick POS
Don't worry she'll post your picture too.
Like in Vegas...any doubts on the disagreements will normally favor the dealer...whether it is the city, the feds, the state, or the taxman. They are the ones with the big tax funded bucks. Are crazy attacking society because they are crazy...or is this lack of fairness we are schooled on from first grade making them crazy?
Thanks, Rob. Yes, it's all pretty much true. I guess I'd argue that everyone can and should take it up. No caps. I get the point that there's plenty of poor behavior on the part of cyclists and I don't make any apologies for it. But I love that our cops will ticket folks for not having lights, and for riding unsafely. And nobody debates the fact that you've got to co-exist with cars and be practical and obey laws. I'm interested in your take on accepting motorist charity, when you're on a bike and trying to get across an arterial.
Missoula is not just a "bike friendly" city, it has a bicycle culture all its own. thanks to the many advocates and promoters of bicycling as both a sport and state of consciousness, we have a great infrastructure and support system for anyone who wants to take up the activity...for health, for the environment, to save money on gas, or just getting out and seeing things around town that you miss when you are stuck in a car.
that being said, this is NOT something everyone can or should take up. every day, i witness people who haven't a clue about such basics as following the rules of the road, using alternate [safer] routes instead of riding on the busiest streets, or even practicing routine maintanence on the bikes they are riding. i know of so many people who have gone out and bought a bike, take it out on an afternoon ride, and soon discover that there are certain physical discomforts you experience from riding....sore wrists, sore crotch, sore back, exposure to the [sometimes] radical weather changes we can have here....or finding themselves having to share the road with big scary motor vehicles.....and they never get back on the bike again.
i can speak from almost 45 years of biking, that if you think you want to be part of the Missoula Bicycling community, you need to be capable and able to ride....you need to know how to shift gears, know when and how to brake and which brake to rely on the most, and most of all, you need to be physically able to accelerate and motivate your bike if you plan on riding ANYWHERE there is other traffic. and for crying out loud, don't ride out in the center of the road if you don't have to... you are not a car...even if State of Montana law gives you the right to ride on the road, the LAWS OF PHYSICS says that a 2000+lb automobile will have more to say about that, than you and your bike will.
This is very sad. My favorite place to get a latte and the sandwiches were the best!
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Congrats to Blood Brother for Best Feature Documentary!
Typical dysfunctional republican congress. Shills for special interest and no relief for the citizens.
Rep. Flynn is a rancher and outfitter - Hidden Hollow Hideaway Ranch, Cattle and Guest Ranch, Hunter Guiding in Townsend. Many of these farmer/ranchers turned legislators are pushing special interest legislation that benefits them, at the cost to the public. Farmers and ranchers comprise 5% of the Montanan population, employ 8% of Montanan's, yet they make up at least half of the Senate Fish and Game Committee, and the House Fish, Wildlife and Parks. They make up at least 1/3 of the total house (at least so far, I havent finished researching them all yet, nor have I started in on the senate). If you look at the bulk of the anti-wildlife legislation produced this season, the majority is by republican farmers and ranchers. This is special interest government, not public representation. This is bullsh$t, literally. HB 404 needs to be killed and this special interest legislation exposed.
Hahaha some of you are funny, you talk about the animal as if it broke into your car last night and stole your radio. They are ANIMALS! they done under that what they are doing is wrong.. It's their nature to survive and let's face it urban sprawl is effecting all of out wildlife. So some of you toothless backwoods morons should understand that, especially the one who claim they love their outdoors. It's like if I took your family pet and let it hang himself to the point where he/she was almost dead, and then clubbed him after. Give me a break and go kill yourself...humans swear they are the end all be all and play god with every living creature.
Note that the Grand Opera House site in Butte is not a vacant lot; after the opera house burned in 1912, it was replaced by the Leggat Hotel (1914) which stands there today.
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