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Old 06-23-2017, 02:58 PM
 
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... I never wanna know a blunt ... That's under ten mg's ....
The Pueblo West University campus bus.


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Old 06-23-2017, 03:18 PM
 
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Nice list

So what is the wonderful source? [I always look at those details] From their own site:

24/7 Wall St., LLC is a Delaware corporation which runs a financial news and opinion company with content delivered over the Internet.

Sounds like an awesome source of information (wink)
I saw it on the internet, it MUST be true!!
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Old 06-23-2017, 06:23 PM
 
Location: N. Colorado
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I'm Mister Weed Meister
I'm Mister Stoned
I'm Mister Budtender
I'm Mister Half-Baked Zone
They call me Weed Meister
Whatever I roll
Starts to smoke in your bowl
Get high's my goal!

I never wanna know a blunt
That's under ten mg's
I'd rather have it twenty
Twenty-five
THC!


(Points if you know what I parodied.)
The year without Santa...
Heat meister/ snow meister


I've been to Pueblo a lot and I really don't like it. Work sends me there far too much and I've spent many nights there. I find some areas very industrial, it's not that clean of a city. The people I've met are nice or really really odd or rude no in between.
I would love to smack whoever dreamed up those streets, I can see the place I need to go but I must go right, right, right and yet another right before I can get into the parking lot. Over a mile back tracking to get to I-25 when I could see it from the street I was on.
Exit 104, first thing to greet you, Strawberry fields dispensary, welcome to Pueblo.
I prefer the Springs and I'm happy work sends me there more often then Pueblo.
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Old 06-23-2017, 10:20 PM
 
Location: Santa Ana, CA
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well, there are solutions but until people come together and unite under common goals, these problems will continue to exist.

The poverty, drugs, violence and lack of education are merely byproducts of widespread corruption in the political and judicial systems.
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Old 06-24-2017, 06:26 AM
 
Location: Pueblo - Colorado's Second City
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well, there are solutions but until people come together and unite under common goals, these problems will continue to exist.

The poverty, drugs, violence and lack of education are merely byproducts of widespread corruption in the political and judicial systems.
Do you mean heroin? What major city in the USA doea not have that problem?
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Old 06-26-2017, 09:21 AM
 
Location: Santa Ana, CA
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Do you mean heroin? What major city in the USA doea not have that problem?
I was speaking in general terms because I see the same exact problems everywhere in the United States to varying degrees. Its hard to find people who really care enough to devote some of their time and energy to fixing things on a grassroots level anymore. I grew up watching my grandparents and parents writing grant proposals and knocking on doors trying to get people to attend city council meetings, and form their own tenant organizations... As the cost of living continues to rise everywhere, people are more concerned with paying their bills on time than knowing who their neighbors are. This problem is systemic and just like I told a certain high level official in local government: "this cannot be a viable source of revenue for the city, it must come from a sustainable source that empowers people in some way." She nodded in agreement.

I'm ready to live off the grid and start my own colony....lol
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Old 06-26-2017, 10:19 AM
 
Location: Pueblo - Colorado's Second City
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I was speaking in general terms because I see the same exact problems everywhere in the United States to varying degrees. Its hard to find people who really care enough to devote some of their time and energy to fixing things on a grassroots level anymore. I grew up watching my grandparents and parents writing grant proposals and knocking on doors trying to get people to attend city council meetings, and form their own tenant organizations... As the cost of living continues to rise everywhere, people are more concerned with paying their bills on time than knowing who their neighbors are. This problem is systemic and just like I told a certain high level official in local government: "this cannot be a viable source of revenue for the city, it must come from a sustainable source that empowers people in some way." She nodded in agreement.

I'm ready to live off the grid and start my own colony....lol
Overall I don't see it getting worse but better. As I think back to the 80's when the economy crashed in Pueblo I had my hope and dreams of what Pueblo would be like today. Except for no sky scrapers it has exceeded my expectations. Now hopefully we get some sky scrapers by 2030.
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Old 06-26-2017, 04:36 PM
 
Location: The 719
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well, there are solutions but until people come together and unite under common goals, these problems will continue to exist.

The poverty, drugs, violence and lack of education are merely byproducts of widespread corruption in the political and judicial systems.
Judicial systems are state run are they not? Whose political system is run better? Colorado Springs?
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Old 06-26-2017, 05:08 PM
 
Location: Santa Ana, CA
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Judicial systems are state run are they not? Whose political system is run better? Colorado Springs?
Why do you want to start a college in Pueblo West? Whats wrong with the rest of the city? *side eye*


Ok then.
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Old 06-26-2017, 05:18 PM
 
Location: Colorado Springs
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Judicial systems are state run are they not? Whose political system is run better? Colorado Springs?
Colorado Springs will soon annex Pueblo
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