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Re: “Bummmmer

Police taking names and numbers? a public park?....just for being there?

Is that legal?

Wonder what would happen if someone refused to give them personal information?

Where's that 'probable cause' we keep hearing so much about?

Someone call the ACLU.

From what I read about this years 'celebration', there wasn't much to shout about other than the punitive conditions the city and the thug cops put on the approval permit.

Good for you, Mr. Mayor and Council of Arcata. You successfully pounded one more nail in the citizens ability to assemble freely.
Sure feel safer knowing the thug Arcata cops have saved us all from the drooling masses of stoners that tried to invade an open to the public park.

I'll tell you the above statement is sarcastic as y'all seem to have lost any sense of humor or common if any of you ever had it to begin with.

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Posted by Mr. Geezer on 05/14/2015 at 8:31 AM

Re: “On the Border

Never fix the problems of poverty,crime,corruption and horrible infrastructure in Mexico and Central America? Allow tens of millions of unchecked, un assimilated, undocumented immigrants to flood the United States until it becomes a replica of Mexico?

Preach slow growth, slow development, slow population growth, "Love your mother earth, don't become one", "Save the Earth", recycle, stop climate change, yet take a stance that flushes all that down the toilet?

Immigrants flee high crime, poverty, corruption and horrible infrastructure yet many of them demand that misery be allowed to follow them to the United States?

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Posted by Mutt on 05/02/2015 at 11:40 AM

Re: “Do No Harm

Excellent letter.

Posted by Carroll Harding on 04/30/2015 at 10:27 PM

Re: “Grass Again

As much as you may disagree with Ron, he always did good science. The Yurok forester got corrupted by drugs.

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Posted by ceevee on 04/23/2015 at 7:43 PM

Re: “Grass Again

Uri's got it wrong. The scientific research shows that the beach pines here as well as Oregon Dunes area stabilize the sand dunes. Sure, the moving sands bury pines on the edges and the skeletons give a grotesque appearance. The highest dunes are in the areas with the most permanent vegetation. Thus these are the areas which are safest in a Tsunami.

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Posted by ceevee on 04/23/2015 at 7:41 PM

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