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Likin' it in Montana

Jonathan Marquis

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Giving into gravity at BSDFF

It is 10 in the morning when I arrive at the Wilma for the first full day of films at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival.

(Green Room)   Feb 18, 2013

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Re: “Hollywood heroes

I like the bold primary color palette of the current show. good work tim.

Posted by Jonathan on 12/10/2012 at 12:31 PM

Re: “The last good fish

Cool, honest article, good pics too...the golden light reminds me why fall is my favorite time of year in MT...better luck next time

Posted by JM on 11/15/2010 at 10:50 AM

Re: “Bitterroot

It is funny that no one wants to abolish the law that requires one to have a drivers license to operate a car or vehicle. To me it seems to be a good thing that we make sure people are tested and confirmed able to operate a vehicle that is capable of extreme destruction. But when it comes to operating a device like a gun that can also cause extreme destruction in the hands of the wrong individual, it is a breach of personal rights. It doesn't seem like there is anything wrong to have a state organization that would insure and issue a license that confirms you are capable of operating a potentially destructive device. FYI I have 3 guns and am not against guns, but am just trying to put this into perspective in search of real truth rather than someone's personal, politicized jargon.

And if you are interested in peaceful things like helping earthquake victims why call your self a militia to which every one associates with american revolution era soldiers that fought the british. Personally, I think they are afraid that some powerful-crazed federal government is going to send soldiers in to take them over and they want protection...but as we should know a government of such kind whould just break into your house in the middle of the night and bag you, and then you wake up in a 3rd world prison. I am not sure what help a milita would do in such a case.

Maybe they just want to exercise their constitutional rights to form a militia for no reason other then to exercise such rights, which is fine with me, but in my eyes seems like excericing a right that is based in a 1700's reality seems un-effective and un-practical in regards to what ever end they seek?

Posted by subject2gravity on 01/27/2010 at 1:09 PM

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