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Old 01-28-2010, 08:43 PM
 
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
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. . . then when you get the women, THEY get the money. Then repeat cycle.

(Couldn't resist.)

Oh Jazz, how very uncurmudgeonly of you!

But very funny. And dangerously close to the truth...
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Old 01-29-2010, 01:17 AM
 
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Default Ages 18-35

[quote=wanneroo;12649045]But I doubt most of those people that actually have power are aged 18-35.

CCCVDUR - Many ARE ages 18-35 ... many recent grads of universities in San Francisco, Seattle, Eugene, etc. etc.

I think you missed the point in that it's not necessary to have multi generational family and so on. It's more about you and your interaction with the community.

It's about both...


And I wonder how many people really listen to or care about some of the radical groups in Eugene. Sounds like a bunch of people making noise, but how many are listening?

The younger activists run the show. Remember the battle of seattle, anti-WTO protests?

I think for a lot of people, especially in rural Colorado, they have no need for political change or ideology. In some of these small towns if you came in and started making noise about gay rights, people would look at you like an alien.

Colorado has a gay rights protection ordinance statewide for employment and housing, so wouldn't that be a non-issue for the gay population in Colorado?

Social issues like that to a lot of those people they don't need or want or have an interest in.

I'm not so sure about that. Durango is now on the left, just like Boudler, and there's a clash over ideology w/ the locals in places like Durango, Flagstaff, Santa Fe, Salida. That makes it frustrating for both sides.
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Old 07-09-2015, 12:44 PM
 
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It's sad to see that a man whose name, hard work and dedication to be successfully liberated from poverty and injustice. For happiness and prosperity for the future of his family. Is passed down from his and her wanting a good life for their children and their dependent's is looked down upon. I ask you to be in touch with your family and friends and ask yourself whether you want comfort wealth management, health, and to not be scared of hard work to risk it all so that maybe you could get Rich only for your loved ones learn how to embed the code of ethic's of success, growth failure and prosperity of freedom. There are the Hiltons, the kardashians than shamly put there names down. While there fathers worked to gain access to a life of renewal and security. delete the negative comments you are representing the ignorance of negative impact. Go get your money fight for it and it will be in touch with you and your family.
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