Rj Dieken 
Member since Oct 4, 2011

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Re: “Fat Tire Trivia at Sean Kelly's

Pub Trivia was fun, good food and a few good beers, an excellent excuse to team up with some people you don't know and make a new friend or two.

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Posted by Rj Dieken on 10/12/2011 at 1:17 PM

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Re: “With 'townhome exemption' upheld, Hillview Crossing development proceeds

Greg, what about townhouses says rich folks to you? The only people that can call people who live in town homes rich are homeless folks and trailer court people.

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Posted by Rj Dieken on 02/16/2017 at 11:13 AM

Re: “Obama should close the McKittrick loophole

Oh my God it had a radio collar? Such damning evidence, I'm sure 99 out of 100 Americans can pick out a radio collar at 200 yards, so yes lock them all up!!

especially lock up that dude who shoots a wolf that is in the location of his recently killed livestock, that rancher must be the most evil person I've ever met. A true drain on society, raising grass that converts carbon dioxide to oxygen, and providing you beef.

The #$%@ out of here with your California bull $#!t.

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Posted by Rj Dieken on 01/19/2017 at 11:46 AM

Re: “University of Montana

Paul, AK will not report as they don't have a law school...

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Posted by Rj Dieken on 10/11/2014 at 12:23 PM

Re: “Smoke and mirrors

Matthew, i don't read logging anywhere in the text of Senator Tester's bill


can you please explain what you are talking about in reference to the actual text of this bill?

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Posted by Rj Dieken on 09/04/2014 at 8:42 PM

Re: “Ready to retreat

Bet if he's not guilty, burglary rates go down.

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Posted by Rj Dieken on 05/15/2014 at 7:33 AM

Re: “Keystone woes

Are they getting a fair price for their easement allowance, the additional risk and possible difficulty increase in working their land that they on by take by having this pipeline on their property or are they just getting a few hundred dollars an acre? I'd think that would be an important point to make?

Posted by Rj Dieken on 02/13/2014 at 8:57 AM

Re: “Stand down

There is a policy of COMPLETLEY switching "overhead" and fire leadership every 21 days or so.

this results in a lot of contradicted orders, hesitation to implement good policy close to switchover dates, and a lack of productive action (abandoning almost completed fire lines not in danger of being overrun to start new lines that will be overrun before they are complete.)

It's time to abandon the idea that we need to completely dismiss overhead and leadership teams multiple times on a single fire, so they can take a two day rest and go to another fire that they have no idea about. (Why not rotate in rest days but keep overhead on?)

Wildland firefighting is not so simple that the entire dynamics of an area and a 400 man firefighting crew can be understood in a few days of swap-over. If we stop pretending it is, the fires will be out quicker and fewer of my friends will wind up dead.

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Posted by Rj Dieken on 07/18/2013 at 10:18 AM

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