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A message in the sand

A message in the sand




An oldie but a goodie.



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YAWN ...


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YAWN ...


Best. Post. Evah. Banana


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Funny as hell, a bunch of recreational sport fishermen with specialized vehicles and time on their hands crying about not being on the beach they are on.


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I remember that, and as I recall it was an organized way to get the word out to ppl who weren't aware of the closures. It was civil, well orchestrated and orderly.
What's so bad about that?


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Sad smiley




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Funny as hell, a bunch of recreational sport fishermen with spealized vehicles and time on their hands crying about not being on the beach they are on.


What is specialized about the vehicles we drive? Are you trying to misconstrue the facts for your obstructionist view points? As far as I can tell, you buy the all wheel drive vehicle from a dealer, and drive it out to recreate on the public beaches of Cape Hatteras National Seashore RECREATION Area.
Is this what you call a specialized vehicle?




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I have a Jeep. It's special to me.


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Funny as hell, a bunch of recreational sport fishermen with spealized vehicles and time on their hands crying about not being on the beach they are on.
What is a spealized vehicle? Loser


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Funny as hell, a bunch of recreational sport fishermen with spealized vehicles and time on their hands crying about not being on the beach they are on.
What is a spealized vehicle? Loser


One that Oat doesn't own?????


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Amazing oh thin skinned, way to easy!


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Amazing oh thin skinned, way to easy!


Excuse me. Does this mean, by your own admission, that you are trolling?


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Amazing oh thin skinned, way to easy!


Correction oh old gifted one: Too


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Sad smiley


You should know about access for those with disabilities, but apparently you just want to spread manure.

www.nps.gov/caha

Under orv use, frequently asked questions, item #24.




RE: A message in the sand




Sad smiley


You should know about access for those with disabilities, but apparently just want to spread manure.

www.nps.gov/caha

Under orv use, frequently asked questions, item #24.



Thank you Dennis, but let's not obfuscate the issue. Your link pertains to mobility impaired persons wanting to access areas in front of the villages, that are normally closed to ORV use. It therefore has nothing to do with access to previously accessible areas by four wheel drive vehicles.
(Or for the learning impaired: "Specialized Vehicles.)


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I remember that, and as I recall it was an organized way to get the word out to ppl who weren't aware of the closures. It was civil, well orchestrated and orderly.
What's so bad about that?[/QUOTE?]

~sigh~ Time to check your recall ... mass hysteria by some of the orv crowd wanting physical confrontation with the NPS.

This much ado was for the then hated consent decree which many of y'all now think is the best thing going. Sea Oat is correct ... it is laughable


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Sad smiley


You should know about access for those with disabilities, but apparently just want to spread manure.

www.nps.gov/caha

Under orv use, frequently asked questions, item #24.



Thank you Dennis, but let's not obfuscate the issue. Your link pertains to mobility impaired persons wanting to access areas in front of the villages, that are normally closed to ORV use. It therefore has nothing to do with access to previously accessible areas by four wheel drive vehicles.
(Or for the learning impaired: "Specialized Vehicles.)


"24. Why do I sometimes see ORVs in
areas closed to ORVs? In addition to
NPS vehicles being used by NPS employ-
ees to conduct approved management
activities and emergency response ve-
hicles, the NPS allows ORV use in certain
areas closed to ORVs only for very specific
purposes, this includes:
• Participants in regularly scheduled fish-
ing tournaments if such tournament use
was allowed in that area for that tourna-
ment before January 1, 2009.
• The use of special-permitted ORVs to
transport mobility-impaired individuals to
a predetermined location in a beach area
in front of a village that is not otherwise
open to ORV use. Stop by your local per-
mit office for more information about this
mobility-impaired transport permit."

Manure is still manure no matter who spreads it.


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^wanting confrontation and having confrontation are two very different things.


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^wanting confrontation and having confrontation are two very different things.


No kidding? Really ... NPS saw to that fizzling out with plenty of NPS LEOs In attendance.


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^wanting confrontation and having confrontation are two very different things.


No kidding? Really ... NPS saw to that fizzling out with plenty of NPS LEOs In attendance.


Is that the same as the local shop owner whom took on two armed LEO's after being tazed repeatedly on the beach?
Not that I advocate violence, but a 15 round Glock 9 mm on your belt doesn't always prevent stitches on your face.


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^wanting confrontation and having confrontation are two very different things.


No kidding? Really ... NPS saw to that fizzling out with plenty of NPS LEOs In attendance.


Is that the same as the local shop owner whom took on two armed LEO's after being tazed repeatedly on the beach?
Not that I advocate violence, but a 15 round Glock 9 mm on your belt doesn't always prevent stitches on your face.


You're a real piece of work aren't you?

The shop owner should thank his lucky stars every day that he confronted two highly trained NPS LEOS who showed restraint. Yes, they were injured in the line of duty. Some law enforcement people who show restraint end up with widows and children who have no father/mother.

Dirt balls like you find this incident amusing, but I find it anything but.

For those who don't like my tone, I care less.


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You're reading a bit too much into this Denny, but nice try.
Plus,
The saying goes: "I couldn't care less" you dirt ball.


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It is hard for me to believe that a few asses take pleasure in the fact that many are denied access to popular areas within a national seashore. They constantly try to say it is in the name of 'protection', but it is very apparent they enjoy the misery of many. Karma is a ****, and when it bites you the rest of us decent souls can sit back and laugh. What a couple of jerks!


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^wanting confrontation and having confrontation are two very different things.


No kidding? Really ... NPS saw to that fizzling out with plenty of NPS LEOs In attendance.


Is that the same as the local shop owner whom took on two armed LEO's after being tazed repeatedly on the beach?
Not that I advocate violence, but a 15 round Glock 9 mm on your belt doesn't always prevent stitches on your face.


He who lives in a glass, should not throw stones.
shop owner "who" oh even more gifted one.


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Ask an English teacher which is the proper use Ganuchy, or just look it up in any dictionary. Whom is a pronoun and the objective case of who. Need I explain it further?



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