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    Burritos tonight... If you roll your tongue reading this...
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    CurSedVoyce replied to a thread Grove AT635E in Gear Forum
    Well played ! :thumbup:
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    CurSedVoyce replied to a thread Grove AT635E in Gear Forum
    Yup. Wanna see. Killin me.
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    Climbed wayyyyyyy too many crispy critters this week. The kind you go up to make them smaller, find huge cracks and pick a spot to fall 1/2 of them just to cut some loss in the understory and not hang them up in tight spots. Worked on reassembling the brown ford an got that fired up tonight. Now just some last bits and pieces to button up and fine tuning. Then test driving. Got the white f250 back from its tranny rebuild Friday only to have the truck die Sunday out in the middle of nowhere trap shooting with the kids. Had it towed Back up the hill and got it back yesterday after they fixed the fuel electrical issue. So I ended my work week, after climbing nasty dead, climbing a live 150' sugar pine. One of 3 the HO wants topped due to IPPS beetle infestation. So I did the deed. Two more to do next month. Tried for a long time to talk him into leaving the dead tops as habitat for birds of prey. He would not buy it. So, at least I did a proper job of it. All the other dudes up here would just gaff it up and hack it up. Long week.
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    Yup. I am 50 foot up a tree, wondering what happened to him. I was not happy on his return.
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    You know you are in trouble when you ask for the new guy to fetch your water bottle hanging on the driver side of the cab inside by the steering wheel... RIGHT IN FRONT OF THE DOOR. And he brings you back the bottle that has been sitting under the spare tire in the bed of the flat bed that had gear on top of it and still contained water from over a month ago............ True Story.
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    CurSedVoyce replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    Yeah, we have a reparations movement here as well Stig. Sorry. But my starving Irish ancestors never owned b anyone.
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    CurSedVoyce replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    The behaviour in its entirety was poor. Still, freedom of speech is the issue. Be careful who you decide has it and who does not. ALCU in court established that the permit for the right wing was valid and they were legally allowed to have their day. King George can duck my left nut and has no significance. The what if is moot. Quit it. And if you don't think that civil war was not more than just about anti slavery. You are entitled to your opinion. But consider, the South was relying on cheap labor for King Cotton and not industrialization. That people, is one part of that times economy. Buy losing the election, first Republican president, the south felt unheard in politics. Yes, anti slavery was a huge threat to them. They also lost the ability, as a result of the election, to expand their interests into newly aquired territories. South also saw it as unconstitutional. Not saying slavery was right. Just that it was legal and part of a major economy at the time.
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    CurSedVoyce replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    Exactly.
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    CurSedVoyce replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    America, where the rebels are patriots. Remember, it is how it started ;) And people often mistake the civil war all about slavery and the black slaves. It started as an economic war between the money in the North and the cotton growers in the South. The war platform of the administration of the time just tied human rights to it. The right of all men created equal. But the bottom line was over taxation of the cotton industry and more. Railroad barons were involved as well. More factors to it than what you might learn in Common Core these days.
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    Nice pick Page :thumbup:
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    CurSedVoyce replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    Most of my response was to Levi and not to you Stig. You sir, I know better and have an idea of your opinion (a lot like my own often) and how you can understand things once grasped. And I also understand your sarcasm most the time when you are being as such. You are a factual man that often does not tie emotion into your opinions.
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    CurSedVoyce replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    Totally disagree. History is in the process constantly of being rewritten. What ever our schools teach vs reality is a constant through our history. Native American history, black history, Chinese history, Irish history............... Pretty much American history. Unless you really do your own research, you will never know all the details. IF the South had won, yes history would be different. But what difference does that make unless you are in an alternate universe. Your reference there is a moot point. Want to make an Emancipation Park? Build one. Cities need more trees. Don't like a statue? Bummer. Hate the parks name? Bummer. There are plenty of people that have heritage related to it and memories as well. Why should they be trod upon. How politically correct is that? I hate the memorial they placed in our arts park for the 911. I respect that it means something to most people. I respect that it is important to history. As art, I find it an eye sore. But, I can respect it being there. I just don't picnic or listen to music while staring at it. Being art, I guess it accomplished it's goal. It made me feel something. Bleagh. But it re minds me of lives lost and a place in our history. It gives homage to a past place and people. Sacrifice. Guess what, a lot of folks were sacrificed in the civil war too. Some good things came of it, some horrible. Best remember both. 2. You are not being tolerant of the other side and already are anticipating WHAT they will be protesting, HOW they will be protesting, and an end result. SO I guess by that standard, Black Lives Matter should have been denied as well....... Digest that for a minute. How tolerant is political correctness. Oh, they used Tiki Torches instead of candles... Crap, they gonna burn us down LAWDY!!!!! BTW, I don't subscribe or tolerate racism well. I am not a white supremacist. But ya know what, I would have been there to protest the park and statue issue like a lot of other folks did that are not either. They just want their heritage left in place. This is America, and I believe it is within their right to do so. Peacefully though granted. But, what started out as peaceful, can often turn ugly, given the right circumstances. The local Government set it up the climate, and the media was happy to show you how awful scary it was. Stay tuned.
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    CurSedVoyce replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    This was a stage set by first renaming a park and planning to remove the statue. The Park went from the Robert E Lee, to Emancipation. Of course the confederate flag is no longer accepted in places as well. The squeaky politically correct wheel is turning, people claim offence, and history changes or is removed. Now, the local governments granted Black Lives Matter and other more "progressive, liberal, democratic, etc" groups permits to protest the statue and park name and other events. prior to this. That was all fine and good. Then these folks were granted permit, then permit about revoked and altered, then a judge ordered a stay on the permit. They then granted the opposition their permits again for this rally. So.... the stage is set. OHHHHHHH THE OUT RAGE! Bull shit. Government induced shit storm. Leave history alone, grow some fucking skin, let freedom reign.
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    CurSedVoyce replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    Yup.and another blow to freedom of speech and further erase our contry's heritage in the name of political correctness.
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