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Thread: Tahoe National Forest Closures

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    You won't catch me doing any of the "jackass" stuff, my kids have been raised not to do stuff like that either, but you make a valid point, a few retards spoil it for the rest of us, there's never enough money for law enforcement, so they say screw it - lets just close it, and no more problem.

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    Here it is. Added to first post also.
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    Last edited by PCrover; 12-10-2007 at 09:42 PM.
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    You've heard the expression 24/7. Now 5/95 is slowly sinking in. It's the new order blueprint of our society where the lawless 5%, by their inherent behavior coupled with our Government's easy way out mentality (not good for one, then not good for all), now control the 95% majority... It wasn't too long ago when the 5% where seen hanging from a nearby tree... Sad reality is our Government will gladly enforce the collection of money from us all the while without trusting us. And it's the law abiding ones that pay......

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    You can go to SEMA Action Network(SAN) to see what is going on with all forms of the bills and legislations that will effect off-roading as well as other aspects of the auto-hobby world.

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    Thaks for that info, I finally checked it out and it is very interesting. I also signed up. Thanks again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cambo View Post
    Thaks for that info, I finally checked it out and it is very interesting. I also signed up. Thanks again!
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    Since this is 3 years old now, what has been the outcome? Trails were closed this year for late snow, otherwise I have not yet run into any Forest Nazis.
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