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Thu, Apr 5, 2018 - 9:41am (Reply to #20998)
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recent land purchase

Good luck with the development of your land, I hope it works out well You have traded one real asset for another, that I think is one key reason people like pm's. They have a timeless utility to allow the holder at a time of their choosing to exchange for other things Silver66

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Thu, Apr 5, 2018 - 9:48am
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Solar minimum and cooling cycle is starting rapidly

Montana Mel, an irregular on these boards, introduced me to the solar and cooling cycles a few years back The last one was harsh and occurred around the 1810-20 period Martin Armstrong does a lot of analysis on this, showing great civilizations rise on warming trends and fall on cooling ones. He's been speaking about these cycles around every 4th article. You might even say he'd become a bit obsessed by it, even to moving his offices to Florida to avoid the cold wave

We are in the teeth of a new cooling trend that is beginning right now, will accelerate into the 2020's and according to charts that guide the prediction of global cooling peaks, crest around 2032. It is though this one will be considerably cooler, possibly a 5 degree drop vs the usual 3 degrees and last longer that the usual 5-10 years. I'm concerned because we live in northern NV, right at the margin of the cold front.

abguy4's charts are part of the big picture of sunspot cycles, changes in the sun's energy output, fluctuations in solar radiation and that which is coming from outside our solar system We might be getting brushed with extended bursts from a high energy cosmic event a few hundred million light years away. On the other hand, it might be an ET who's a bit upset with us and decided to apply some interstellar Flit to an annoying race.

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Thu, Apr 5, 2018 - 9:50am
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Regarding Ruff

someone mentioned that this place only has about 10 people so for any gov't agent to waste their time here to influence opinions is quite ludicrous. I am paraphrasing and adding my own with that but it is true. I am shaking my head at the hubris.

(((they))) own the media that not only decides the answers, but forms the questions.

(((they))) would laugh at dots if they ever noticed it.

When I check into DOTS to see what the latest jibber jabber is, I see Ruffian's posts and they are worthwhile imo.

her posts used to be far more jumbled but I think that was because of other reasons that I won't bring up, although she spoke of them at the time.

cheers to you Ruff

cheers to you all hehe

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Thu, Apr 5, 2018 - 10:02am
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BTW Fix, the population of my

BTW Fix, the population of my anarchy experiment doesn't seem like it's going to be very big, so we won't need a big piece of land.

But I'd ask you to go back and read your own post to me about "ignoring bullshit" Your reasoning makes an arguement against the very thing you espouse. This is why I endorse, at least a brief study of reasoning. So you don't step on your own foot.

We as a population, as a mean average, haven't gone beyond using postulates to put forward arguements on the best political systems, and financial realities.

Now I repeat this over and over again. The science of postulates is NOT REASON. It's the occult. Why do we have so many people dabbling in black magic? 

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The dumb cycle is back.  

The dumb cycle is back.

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abguy4 wrote: Cycles, cycles,

abguy4 wrote:

Cycles, cycles, cycles, everywhere ya look

BREAKING NEWS: (PART-I) New Study Reveals Charged Particle Radiation Has Increased by 30% Within Last 4 Years

A new study reveals space radiation is a much bigger worry than initially thought. Data about radiation levels spanning the last four years show the radiation environment is getting worse. Lead author Nathan Schwadron noted that it is at least 30 percent more intense than it was just four years ago. This information was obtained from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, an instrument that orbits the moon and has since 2009.

supernovae cosmic rays m

You might ask yourself…"why is Mitch spending so much time researching cosmic rays, rather than on the Sun-Earth connection". The answer is always evolving, but for now it encompasses two main reasons. 1) Scientific instruments along with short and long range space satellites, are turning in more new paradigms than any team of scientists can possible absorb. New information from instruments reaching out far into our universe shedding light (pun intended), on new concepts, some of which suggest rhythmic cyclical events very much the same as those found in the Sun-Earth connection. It is now…the Galaxy-Solar System connection.

solar cycles 22 23 24 m

2) As this article reveals, the increase in galactic cosmic rays entering our solar system, and further into our own planet's atmosphere. As you can see from the image above showing the current and last two solar cycles, each cycle is showing a lower and lower sunspot count which in-turn, indicates fewer solar events. At the same time of weaker solar cycles, Earth's magnetic field is weakening at exponential rates. These facts urge me to study all connected events and its possible causal effect on Earth in the way of natural phenomena such as escalation earthquake, volcanic, hurricane, and all extreme weather events. Also as you probably already know, I have a keen interest on the effects of electrical and magnetic variance on our brains and nervous system. 
(More Coming in Part-II) 

galactic rays solar system earth atmosphere m

Dose rates of galactic cosmic rays were measured as part of their data-gathering methods. These rays are made up of primarily protons and nuclei that are now moving at incredibly rapid speeds as the result of cosmic events, such as supernovas. They can damage spacecraft, interfere with electronics, and can cause radiation sickness in those who travel often at 35,000 ft. on commercial airlines. Long-term effects could include cancer.

cosmic rays satillites m

Experts believe the increase in radiation levels is connected to an 11-year period of low solar activity. The following will sound counter-intuitive, however, it accurately describes that periods of low solar activity, is often more dangerous than at times of high solar activity. When the Sun is at periods of high active, the process of solar flares, coronal mass ejections (CMEs), or coronal hole pulsations, deflect and disperse cosmic rays. Periods of low solar activity result in the influx of galactic cosmic rays.

Part-II Coming Next

This is an informative article. I wonder if that 11 year solar cycle should be looked at from the lense of our gold investments?

It would be nice if you could find a longer time line back in history and see if we can add that to the analogs that I'm looking at with the planetary configurations so we can figure what the hell is going on!!

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Funny thing Stackhola, I was

Funny thing Stackhola, I was in Manhattan too on St. Paddy's day having lunch with my wife, watching all the tourists rushing into the 99 cent pizza places while we were enjoying lunch in a nice restaurant.

And you just gave the forum a description of street food in the business and garment districts where none of us go because there are too many fucking tourists looking to enjoy a complete meal and beverage on a 5 dollar meal ticket. Your chance of getting good pizza in the five block radius is NILL. Next time think big and consider that NYC is 304.6 square miles and smart people do not put their business's where the white hillbillies look for entertainment. 

Now for a honest assessment of NYC from somebody that knows it. It's probably why I don't trust your assessment of about anything. 

NYC is still the commercial and financial center of the United States. White hillbilly,bucktooth imbred bumkin tourists pour into find a little leisure to escape the tedium of their little backass towns in white america. Yes, it is a busy, tight quarters, people bumping up against each other, highly policed piece of real estate. Unless, you know where to hang out. But it's a fucking city. That's what cities do. Cram people together. Of course, it if were in China, it wouldn't compare to the size and intensity of some of the second tier cities. 

Typically a tourist like Stakhola, would head for the business district, where St. Paddy's day parade takes place with 1000's of adolescent Irish peeps who drink green beer, wearing their green Notre Dame football jersey to celebrate their culture and their identity. When I want to celebrate Irish culture, and I do regularly, I head to where the adults hang out, where they play pleasant Irish music for discerning ears, and drink beer out of a glass instead out of a bucket they wear on their head with two straws going in their mouth while singing Celine Dion songs out of tune.

If I were to ask them if they listen to traditional Irish music, and I have, they look at me like I am some dinosaur. So it seems Irish culture, for all it's rich history, for all it's ancient esoteric embracement of nature, the vast majority are just regular people, just like you. 

 Of course, one needs more than $20 bucks in their pocket to get into a nice Irish pub. And they prefer a shirt too. St. Paddy's day parade, like all the "I want to celebrate my home culture in America parades" is basically a mob scene. Plus the weather sucked on that day. It's kind of like celebrating Christmas Eve at the Mall. You got CLASS STACKHOLA. More like detention.

Now let's get to all the Crane's and the gentrification the liberals are complaining about. It seems there are alot of Donald Trump like Characters tearing down old buildings, including the Bowery and making one time low income welfare hotels into upper middle class neighborhoods with your choice of latte joints. The problem is as interest rates rise, people who bought something hoping to sell later are shit out of luck. That's everywhere America. 

The money the fed is pouring into the economy guess where it goes? To middle America? Naaa. It pours into the pocket of all those wealthy bankers who usually don't resort to street food but if they do there is usually a steak or lobster roll truck outside and for a cool $25 bucks you get a meal that a middle class peep from Nebraska gets twice in a life. Of course, every good brokerage house has a fridge with a few bottles of champaign.

NOw all this gentrification means, prices are rising, botedga's are forced to move further and further outside the city, and it is becoming a town of two classes, rich and extremely poor. That is why I stay here is because I am aware of the economic realities and we have build our business to take advantage of the flow of money coming from the FED, while you pick your ass guessing when gold is going up.

I see your travel assessments are as good as your grasp of the CONSTITUTION.

Thu, Apr 5, 2018 - 10:40am
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lmao GL

lovely photo you got from the internet there...

sigh

I suppose I understand that you're defensive of your NYC.

You are also insulting of me as always.

You nailed it though.

I had a $5 voucher that I bought at a dollar store for 50 cents. I'm broke like a 78 pinto and as fucked up as a football bat.

It's a wonder I had the flow to actually spend time with quality people who speak Gaelic.

Although I did eventually have dinner in a nice Italian restaurant, but as I mentioned, the pizza was undercooked.

It's kinda funny how I get into your feelings so easily don't you think?

over and over and over again. even when I'm not here for months. You revert. Cycles and all that I guess.

maybe it's the charts? Uranus is in retrograde? I hear that's bad.

We already covered the constitution and your lack of understanding of it and the era it was born in.

I know you believe this is "your" space but you can jump out the window anytime buddy.

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Thu, Apr 5, 2018 - 10:52am (Reply to #20981)
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Your morning rant....

Good morning Green Lantern,

As far as epic rants go, that was a doozy.

I have plenty of disagreements with Mark Passio, and I will concede for multiple reasons that I have uncovered since my advocacy for such a concept began, that transforming our society into one that actually thinks clearly, is wishful thinking.

It is what it is.

Abguy4 once brought up the concept of the 85% versus the 15%, and since 85% can't be reached, even if the 15% wanted to live without rulers, the 85% would simply annihilate them.

There is simply no changing that.

I even fell into the trap of thinking that once information was presented in a coherent manner, people would begin to understand.

Some do. But not enough to really matter.

Individual lives can be incredibly transformed, simply by exposure to the information we discuss here, I have witnessed in my own life.

And then there are those, which I would consider most people, where sharing such concepts is literally like throwing your time and effort into a dumpster.

And how much difference can we really make?

There's an inverse to "when the student is ready, the teacher will appear” and it goes something like this: if the students not ready, the teacher is wasting his time.

People who have concluded that anarchy is is the only solution to live in a moral manner under natural law, have applied some genuinely deep thinking to the topic.

But many of them are "casting pearls amongst swine”.

Doing that for long enough, creates nothing but a deep-seated frustration.

You gave some good examples where forums maintain a higher level of discussion, and generally speaking, it applies here as well, but being a public forum, there will be occasional exceptions.

Like you, when I walk through crowds, take trips to the mall, or just go grocery shopping, I've noticed most people walking around with a blank stare on their face, mindlessly going through some kind of ritual, and are basically running on autopilot.

What it would take it to wake them up, would not be pretty.

But then you would still run headlong into that 85/15 ratio. Since most people have come to believe that anarchy is synonymous with chaos, and the powers that be have a vested interest in maintaining such a belief, we would get chaos, in abundance.

Things are headed in that direction anyway, regardless of what is said here.

It's a fairly nice day, so I'm going to go outside, and tinker for a a while.

I spent most of the night going through more Seth material, and it takes time to digest.

As far as personal correspondence, I've addressed many issues in that manner. Sometimes people listen, and sometimes they don’t. The ratio doesn't seem to change between personal or public.

That's just the way it is.

When I was referring to you taking it personally, I was mainly describing your personal interest in this forum, an interest that we share. 

Both of us are quite capable of throwing bombs when we feel it is warranted, although occasionally, it's on different topics, and possibly for different reasons.

That is to be expected, we are two different people, with entirely different experiences, beliefs, and goals. Taking that to a macrocosm, it's kind of surprising that this thread has lasted for as long as it has, and I suspect with good maintenance, it will continue to maintain a high caliber of thought and discussion.

Have a nice day, I'll catch you later.

"When the student is ready, the teacher will appear."
Thu, Apr 5, 2018 - 10:56am (Reply to #20998)
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Congratulations!

Stack, that's awesome news! Shoot me some more info like coordinates or a listing ... would love to take a look at what you got. Another guy I know got some in Eastern OK recently. I keep looking so I'll know what's out there for when the time is right. Thanks for selling your silver, bro. Might help mine rise suddenly laugh.

Ruffian - Definitely Paul, not Ricky. But the dox was too much, IMO. I understand why, but ...still.

GL - " a steak or lobster roll truck outside and for a cool $25 bucks you get a meal that a middle class peep from Nebraska gets twice in a life. "

Is this a thing that you're really able to believe? That someone from NE wants to go to NY to buy a steak out of a truck. That that is his best option to obtain good beef? Hmm... whatever it takes to make it bearable to live like an insect, I guess.

Thu, Apr 5, 2018 - 11:13am
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You should see my 11 year old ski. We live in NH and ski a lot, so at the age of 11 and in ski club every year since he was six, he has already skiied over 50 times in his young life. The kids mostly ski with Mrs.69 because I don't ski much after the reconstructive knee surgery.

Anyway, I took the kids skiing two weeks ago and my 11 year old is amazing. He takes me into "Turbulence Park" and the first thing he does is flies off a huge jump and does a freakin helicoptor and lands it perfectly. He grinds rails, bashes mogul fields, and is completely fearless.

He also tried out for Majors this year in Baseball at 11 and Majors is mostly 12-14 year olds even though kids can tryout at 11. He was the only 11 year old drafted and he was the number one pick.

I tell you, I was a hell of an athlete, always made the travel and all star teams in any sport I played, and this kid just blows me away.

Anyway, just thought I would share and gloat with someone who appreciates it.

Thu, Apr 5, 2018 - 11:56am
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Overcoming the myth of authority...

Waking Times

“For thousands hacking at the branches there is one striking the root.”~Henry David Thoreau

If, as Albert Einstein said, “unthinking respect for authority is the greatest enemy of truth,”then it stands to reason that we should think critically toward, rather than blindly believe in, authority. No matter who or what that authority might be.

Whether it’s an eccentric physicist with wild hair or an authoritarian president demanding respect without giving it. Whether it’s a flat-earther challenging the very foundations of physics, or an overreaching cop high on false power. Belief in authority is a huge psychological hang-up for our species. It’s an evolutionary impediment of monumental proportions.

https://www.wakingtimes.com/2018/04/03/overcoming-the-myth-of-authority/

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Thu, Apr 5, 2018 - 3:40pm
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Demonic piece of shit pigs on the prowl in Maryland...

From Steve Quayle's alert section:

Regarding Your Recent Alert on Maryland Firearms Warning--The bottom line:IF YOU ARE LEGALLY CARRYING CONCEALED FROM ANOTHER STATE, DO NOT EVEN DRIVE THROUGH MARYLAND.

Steve,

The possibility of getting unintentionally swept up by Maryland State Police for a gun violation is a LOT worse than your last alert portrayed.

Maryland does not honor concealed carry permits from other states. The Maryland State Police vehicles have their on-board computer connected to the automatic license plate readers in their patrol cars. These computers are set to flag the patrolman of out-of-state vehicles with owners that have concealed carry permits. With state sharing all this information in electronic data bases, the "hits" are found almost instantaneously.

The patrolman can elect to stop the vehicle and challenge the driver to produce his concealed weapon, for which he has a legal permit IN ANOTHER STATE. If the driver is found to have a concealed firearm (handgun), he has violated Maryland State firearms law. The person will be arrested and there is a three year minimum sentence.

Having a concealed carry permit in another state may be probable cause for the patrolman to do a search of the out-of-state vehicle. I've seen this done along the Route 50 stretch between Annapolis and Ocean City, some poor sap with the contents of his vehicle splayed on the ground while the officer searched for an "illegal" hand gun, for which the individual had a legal permit to carry in another state.

The bottom line: IF YOU ARE LEGALLY CARRYING CONCEALED FROM ANOTHER STATE, DO NOT EVEN DRIVE THROUGH MARYLAND. AND IF YOU HAVE A PERMIT FROM ANOTHER STATE, EVEN IF YOU ARE NOT CARRYING, EXPECT TO BE STOPPED. According to one Maryland attorney specializing in criminal law, roughly 19 out of 20 of his unlawful gun transportation clients are not from the State of Maryland (
https://criminallawyermaryland.net/maryland-gun-lawyer/transporting/ )

"When the student is ready, the teacher will appear."
Thu, Apr 5, 2018 - 4:23pm (Reply to #21015)
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Mr. Fix

But it's a small price to pay to keep Baltimore (aka Charm City) safe and prosperous.

If you are unable to follow the wise advice of 'don't drive in MD', you have to have the gun empty in the glove compartment and the ammo inaccessible in the trunk. This is not technically possible in a hatchback, pickup, SUV, or even a car with a backseat you can reach through to the trunk. As I understand it, it is impossible in most vehicles to be in strict compliance with the law. Also, if the ammo in the locked trunk is in a magazine, that means that the gun in the locked glove compartment is officially loaded. Common Sense regulation indeed.

Edit: even if you somehow comply with all of that, you're only supposed to have it with you when you are on your way directly to a place to shoot, a gunsmith or shop, and back home, so just avoid MD like you would any other shithole country.

Thu, Apr 5, 2018 - 4:39pm
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Mr. Fix re: concealed carry in MD...

"According to one Maryland attorney specializing in criminal law, roughly 19 out of 20 of his unlawful gun transportation clients are not from the State of Maryland"

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As I recall, Baltimore has one of the higher crime rates, and gun-murder levels of all large cities.

This is why having more gun laws makes no sense. The cops will always go for the easy pickins--otherwise law-abiding citizens minding their own business. They don't want to actually try to enforce the gun laws that already exist, by going after actual criminals with guns. Too dangerous. And, even if they did, and some did, they might lose their jobs by shooting one of the criminals. A lose-lose situation.

So, the progressives think some new gun law will solve things. 

Getting rid of criminals, or at least removing their guns, which gun laws already provide a legal means of doing, is just so, uh, conservative.

Thu, Apr 5, 2018 - 4:49pm
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Bodymore, Murderland can't be beat?

Philadelphia DA says "hold my beer". A few years of this and they'll be in the running for murder capital.

https://theintercept.com/2018/03/20/larry-krasner-philadelphia-da/

"Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner Promised a Criminal Justice Revolution. He’s Exceeding Expectations."

"WHEN LIFELONG CIVIL rights attorney (((Larry Krasner))) was elected in a landslide this past November to become the new district attorney of Philadelphia, to say that his fans and supporters had high hopes would be an understatement. Anything less than a complete revolution that tore down the bigoted and patently unfair systems of mass incarceration would be a severe disappointment.

So far, having been in office less than three months, he has exceeded expectations. He’s doing something I’ve never quite seen before in present-day politics: (((Larry Krasner)))’s keeping his word — and it’s a sight to behold.

In his first week on the job, he fired 31 prosecutors from the DA’s officebecause they weren’t committed to the changes he intended to make. "

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What's firing 31 prosecutors from the DA's office called?

A good start

For general purposes, the DA and prosecutor's offices are soul harvesting machines designed to steal the assets and lives of people who make the mistake of 'spitting on the sidewalk' The asset forfeiture scam is estimated to be well in excess of $20 billion a year, probably more when fines and the like are taking into account A cop hiding in the shadows, writing 50 $250 speeding tickets a day (you should see the blue and red lights on hwy 395 from Reno to Carson City NV) is doing absolutely fuck all to improve vehicle safety or make a motorist's day better. I know about the Washoe County Sheriff dept as I was part of their SAR volunteer group. MRAPs, high priced vehicles, fat mover boats and some serious weaponry bling come from that $90,000,000 asset forfeiture slush fund. Douglas County has a Stryker truck as their primary urban defense monstrosity

Reading about malicious prosecutions for the purpose of putting people into a slave gulag run by some for profit prison corporation is nothing less than the antebellum south and their plantation farming systems.

So, here's an idea

Let the women fuck for money Brothels are legal in parts of NV

Let the homies smoke the chronic Pot is legal in NV

Gun owners can roll heavy Carrying firearms in vehicles is legal in NV 

CCW is cheap, legal and effective (Can't say if the brothels are cheap but that's another story)

Carrying guns in your car is legal even without carry permit See rolling heavy

Private sales of guns is ok even after the law was changed to prevent same. The state AG and FBI don't give a shit.

Just don't speed on Hwy 395 That's what cruise controls are for.

I just heard that in CA you cannot carry a gun in your car unless you are going to the range. WTF?

We left CA 9 years ago for the taxes

We now realize that a far better reason to go expat from Kleptifornia is the strangulation of CA gun laws

D/P/S/P new code for cops. I'm good with that

stay safe Mr Fix.

my two cents worth

HAHAHAHAHA I love typos It was supposed to be 'fast mover boats' Fat mover boats? fucking perfect

Dang, don't you love it when typos are better than the intended word.

AGXIIK

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ag1969 wrote: You should see

ag1969 wrote:

You should see my 11 year old ski. We live in NH and ski a lot, so at the age of 11 and in ski club every year since he was six, he has already skiied over 50 times in his young life. The kids mostly ski with Mrs.69 because I don't ski much after the reconstructive knee surgery.

Anyway, I took the kids skiing two weeks ago and my 11 year old is amazing. He takes me into "Turbulence Park" and the first thing he does is flies off a huge jump and does a freakin helicoptor and lands it perfectly. He grinds rails, bashes mogul fields, and is completely fearless.

He also tried out for Majors this year in Baseball at 11 and Majors is mostly 12-14 year olds even though kids can tryout at 11. He was the only 11 year old drafted and he was the number one pick.

I tell you, I was a hell of an athlete, always made the travel and all star teams in any sport I played, and this kid just blows me away.

Anyway, just thought I would share and gloat with someone who appreciates it.

Your share is awesome and appreciated. Our son (now 30) was brought up doing day care/ski school as his mother worked at the ski area in retail and it was cheap. He rips also and falls harder when he does go down, his shoulder being the last hard fall recipient. It is such a cool life long sport for the young ones to learn.

I had my right ACL repaired back in 1998 at the age of 48 and after a year of free skiing to be sure it was a good stable repair I took up ski racing and training with the Alpine Masters group on the hill. I am still race training a day a week in gates but gave up racing, just to many injuries.

If you ever watched the Olympics alpine stuff you saw commercials with the training jumps and super pipe in them from Mammoth. Mammoth has the best in the nation for the free ride training and super pipe and I used to ride the chairs and watch many of the athletes go through their paces training and participating in events held at the ski area. I hope your boy continues to enjoy and play on the snow, it is so good for them along with the rest of the sports they show interest in.

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AGXIIK, I know the 395

AGXIIK, I know the 395 corridor well as I used to travel it from Mammoth to Reno. We had a second home in the VC Highlands for 9 years until we consolidated and sold in preparation for closing out of California and moving to Idaho.

I did have my CCW in Ca. and Nv. along with 3 other states offering coverage in around 38 states total. Yes you are supposed to be going to/from an recognized range to transport in Ca. Of course the firearms laws were but part of the issues driving us from the area we loved and I lived in Mammoth for 41 years. My wife was born in Ca. and I lived all but about 15 months of my life there.

We would have left sooner but my business was to lucrative (at least in our small resort town) to try and re-create elsewhere so we waited until we met our retirement income goals before we closed out shop in California. We are totally pleased with our relocation to the northern panhandle of Idaho. I'm waiting for our son to start looking for a job up here as he is still in Mammoth working for the ski area marketing dept. He is getting irritated with the firearms laws but he is got his hunting, fishing wired down there. Oh, he is also a SAR member.

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Mr. Fix wrote: And then there

Mr. Fix wrote:

And then there are those, which I would consider most people, where sharing such concepts is literally like throwing your time and effort into a dumpster.

It might be a really really scary exercise to find out the real numbers of how often this happens. But it's not hard to tell when somebody posts good information, indisputable, paradigm changing for some, how it is totally ignored or not incorporated.

SIGH!!!

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