dennis collins

dennis collins 5 days, 14 hours ago on Mike Littwin: Mr. Attorney General, the gay marriage ship has sailed

well heck, there is a perfectly good reason to kick God to the curb.

there are plenty of adams and eves waiting to adopt those kids too.

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dennis collins 1 week, 2 days ago on Over a Cup of Coffee: Get ready for fall cooking

yes ! the palisade peaches and the olathe corn is available, but beware, we saw a truck unloading produce at one of the palisade fruit stands from Denver. it would seem this time of year you see peaches that are sold in palisade and grand junction marked "colo peaches" they ARE NOT palisade peaches. you will also see corn sold on the side of the road from pickup trucks advertising as olathe corn - 99% of the time it isn't olathe corn at all, just plain field corn. buying from a reputable fruit stand will net very good stuff. never buy from some guy selling it out of his pickup truck along side the road. make double sure at the fruit and vegi stands that it actually says "olathe corn" and "palisade peaches"

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dennis collins 2 weeks, 4 days ago on Mike Littwin: Mr. Attorney General, the gay marriage ship has sailed

the bible says we all have to appear before God one day, I prefer not to try and explain why I supported something he called an abomination, remember God created adam and eve, not adam and steve.

and until adam and steve can create a child, well,---------------------------------

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dennis collins 3 weeks, 6 days ago on Pot cultivation question to appear on Moffat County ballot — retail option not included

yeah, its time I stopped trying to argue with a child that doesn't really know much,

I mentioned your appearance just so you might realize the damage you seem to be doing to yourself. if you don't like that, get hold of the newspaper and have them remove your photos from "public" view. I'm sure you thought it was pretty cool when they put it there, your 15 minutes of fame, huh ?

so lets end this with some advice from someone "very very old, and very very wise". while you are still smarter than your elders, join the military. do 20 years, then join your local police dept. do another 20 years, then you will have fought for the country that allows you to act like a child, you will have protected your community. then you will realize there are more important issues in life than if you can "construct a sentence" (said like a real child) go out and get some "real" life experience, pay your dues, do some good in your life instead of trying to legalize drugs. i'll bet you even voted for king Obama ! hows that working for you ?

like all people that go to bat for whats wrong with America, you will someday regret it and change your tune. or like so many of my generation, after a quadrupal bypass brought on by constant drug use, you will drop dead. what a waste of moffat county high schools time.

I lived through the 60's, I fought in viet nam, I served my community, I saw what drugs can do. but that's the difference between the truth and a lie.

hope you do well

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dennis collins 3 weeks, 6 days ago on Pot cultivation question to appear on Moffat County ballot — retail option not included

shaun, shaun, shaun,

trying to have an exchange of information with you is like arguing with a child who ain't getting his way. when your point isn't being made (because it isn't valid), you revert to correcting my English. is that all you really have?

you are a very young person with little to no life experience, something tells me you have never held a legitimate job, (a head shop isn't a legitimate job) you are trying to argue a point that you will never win. people with children will never agree to legalize any drug, for fear their children will mess with it.

ask the people who work on oil rigs and the like what they think of drugs, and how they feel about all the on the job injuries caused by them.

ask any hardcore drug user, they will all tell you they started with pot.

research for real what problems drugs have caused law enforcement. but you won't, all you want to do is stand in your room and hold your breath till you turn blue, I don't think your dad beat you enough when you were a child. (which wasn't very long ago) go get some life experience shaun, then come back and set yourself up in the expert business. until then you have no case, you have no life experience to use as ammo in a intelligent conversation. I am obviously wasting my time trying to make a point with a child.

really, I think you need a time out.

that's it for me pal.

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dennis collins 4 weeks ago on Pot cultivation question to appear on Moffat County ballot — retail option not included

well, that's just about a book load of information I don't need.

shaun, have you googled yourself ? if you do you will find several photos of yourself, one when you were young looking, a pretty nice looking guy, just starting in the "apothecary" business. another pretty recent, oh my ! if that's what pot will do to you, we need to outlaw it forever. no offence meant, but you have really aged in just a few years, too bad what drugs do to folks. you probably need to try and get those photos off the net if you are going to try to legalize any drug. again, no offence meant, but what a difference.

and it looks like your not going to get your "vote" too bad, I think you would really be surprised at the outcome, but then your not interested in the outcome, only the income, right ?

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dennis collins 4 weeks ago on Pot cultivation question to appear on Moffat County ballot — retail option not included

hmm, would that be 35 pound bales, wire tied ? or one ton round bales ?

boy, can you imagine the hundreds of trespassing calls the sheriff will have to handle once the potheads discover where the pot pastures are.

will this mean really stoned elk and deer ? nothing more dangerous that a bull elk with the munchies, or a sage hen flying backwards.

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dennis collins 1 month ago on Moffat County's lodging industry suffers during 1st quarter of 2014

no offense to the motel business, but when people we know come to craig for "events" they stay the day and drive home. we asked why and the answer is always the same. nothing really here to see so its not a destination town, and the big answer "do you know what they want to use their bed for the night"

unless western colo. stops depending on the energy business for every dollar it makes it will always experience the boom - bust cycle. it has since I was born, and still does. when I was a kid the town had enough jobs for everyone, small, friendly, close knit community. why everyone wants it to grow like grand jct. will forever be a mystery to me. if you want a bigger more successful town, move to one. it gets really cold here in the winter, I don't see a big influx of folks wanting to freeze things off to live here, we charge our tourists 25 cents a gallon more for gas, more for food, and an arm and leg for a room, sometimes I wonder how we feel we deserve a tourist trade. oh well hunting season will bail everyone out. hope we don't run low on elk.

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