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Updated: September 20, 2018 @ 2:18 am
Boom! Thank you News Review for writing a pretty decent article... even though, i must correct the "official" police narrative.... During the crosswalk enforcement, I was initially out in the street when the cop pulled up to me and when he told me to go back on the sidewalk, I did.…
If you want another know nothing "YES" man... that will do nothing but nod his head while backstopping whatever Chris boice and time freeman conjure up, vote for alex. I for one am looking for a GENERAL to run our county who has a mind/head for themselves, that will stand up to the…
If you want another no nothing "YES" man... that will do nothing but stroke the proverbial D of Tim and Chris (the other 2 commissioners) vote for alex. I for one am looking for a GENERAL to run our county who has a mind/head for themselves, that will stand up to the tyranny that…
I am absolutely shocked SHOCKED I tell you, that this city isnt trying to extort the microbrew business for 3% of total revenues.... like this city extorts the marijuana industry in this town!
What a MORON.... now he is actually going to have to WORK for a living..... Pity!
I am shocked SHOCKED I tell you that this city hasnt tried to EXTORT 3% of the microbrew business.... like the city extort the marijuana industry in this town!
So it looks like smoking the worlds finest cannabis (yes you can still get that in douglas county, no matter how much "they" dont want you too), along with 3 shots of the worlds FINEST vodka/kettle one.. can make you miss a word like "not".... my bad! I see what you were…
.....Pollocks.... I say.
Wish Nrtoday would provide an edit button, in case of typo's.
That old spotted owl theory is so 1990's..... nixon was so 1960's... .WAKE UP and get with the times..... Here is a little REAL LIFE to go with that mayberry you want to love so much! Enjoy! https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-12-29/pot-industry-revitalizes-canadian-factory-towns-economy