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post #1 of 4 Old 11-09-2008, 11:16 AM Thread Starter
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Hi All:

I saw this in DualSport BC and thought I would post it here as some of you like to go off-roading. There is a concern that many trails will prohibit motorized vehicles (ie motorcycles). It seems that there are going to be some public forums so people will get a chance to have their say.

http://www.dualsportbc.com/forums/vi...15&forum_id=46

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post #2 of 4 Old 11-09-2008, 12:39 PM
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Problem is to many bleeding heart tree hugging hippies with nothing better to do with their time then worry about people enjoying the outdoors . If they would spend more time looking for a job and a better way to contribute to society then getting high and protesting everything else that doesn't concern them this province would be more then a place for people to hide the rest of their natural born lives. And collect well fare as they do it. :mad:
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Problem is to many bleeding heart tree hugging hippies with nothing better to do with their time then worry about people enjoying the outdoors . If they would spend more time looking for a job and a better way to contribute to society then getting high and protesting everything else that doesn't concern them this province would be more then a place for people to hide the rest of their natural born lives. And collect well fare as they do it. :mad:
Is there any sterotypical cliche for left leaning environmentalists that you missed with that rant? :rolleyes:

Statements like that make me glad I don't live in Calgary anymore with all those ignorant rednecks. Oops, am I stereotyping?

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Is there any sterotypical cliche for left leaning environmentalists that you missed with that rant? :rolleyes:

Statements like that make me glad I don't live in Calgary anymore with all those ignorant rednecks. Oops, am I stereotyping?
Red neck maybe a little bit, Hard working tax payer yes. Trader/ draft dodger no.
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