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3 April 2013
at 11:39 p.m.
I think the issue here, is that there is certain legislation that has been passed that is 'un-enforceable'. For instance, how does one determine if my non stamped high capacity magazine was purchased yesterday , or thirty years ago? How is law enforcement to any more prevent the private sale of a firearm, If I drive 45 minutes north, or two minutes to the grocery store, when they are no better equipped to prevent say, a drug transaction. (Although, as responsible gun owners, we SHOULD already be compelled to do our own homework.) Colorado, in effect, has tied local law enforcement's hands behind their back, by capriciously passing such vague legislation, so my question to you sir, would be, ' Exactly, HOW, have our state law enforcement officers been given any reasonable means to inact newly passed gun laws, without possibly infringing on our rights?'
5 January 2013
at 12:38 a.m.
Be careful what you ask for Craig…… I think the bias that has been shown by this paper on this matter is disgraceful. Bryce, I told you three months ago, in a small town, there is a distinct difference between invoking thought, and in sighting a riot…. I think after educators, and physicians, you are left only to offend law enforcement, and perhaps your bread and butter, those hard working stiffs, and that'll be the end of that…. Your career here… Tisk, tisk….. One mustn't bite the hand that feeds them. ( And, for the record, for a town that is in limbo pending the final outcome of our most recent general election, I hope you all realize the financial ramifications of your actions….. Although, truth be told, you wouldn't 't be happy with any outcome, would you?)
10 August 2012
at 12:37 a.m.
So, really in effect, you are just upset because you are no longer allowed to use this forum as a means by which to add your two cents to every waking issue. i say this only because sevetal weeks aho, I saw you introduced yourself to the Routt County community, looking to add your commentary, and hoping to fit in. I think it is great that you are so actively involved in your community, others should be compelled as well, albeit to a lesser extint. The issue for you dear, is you are throwing a tantrum, because a 'business' has now ruined your social life. You are no longer able to trade jabs with other people online, because you refuse to pay for the right to do so. Again, it is a business…. pay for it or don't, but stop banging your hands on the ground and kicking your feet already and move on….
and with that, I really am done. I have seen things from your perspective, or at least really tried, but with your unwavering foot npw planted, I can only say, that I find it disconcerting you are unable to do the same.
Also, I am in no way shape or for associated with any
9 August 2012
at 9:43 p.m.
…. (remove you from previous sentence) as a result of the economy. the paper already cut back from being daily. We all still recieve the free Saturday edition, is it just a possibility, that to ensure it's survival, financial changes needed to be made? it seems like bad financials to throw good money after bad. clearly Steamboat is still powering through, and the Craig edition has to hold it's own and help itself. Want a free paper, everyone on here needs to support those who support this (CDP), help boost our local economy, shop the places that place those ads that bother you so much.
Question, when is the last time Wal-Mart put an d in the paper?
9 August 2012
at 9:35 p.m.
Good Lord, when remarking on countrymom's comments, those were not typing errors, that was, how is one supposed to take a person seriously when they cannot spell OR speak properly? DavidMoore, you have been an active participant in many discussions, but I have a question, why do you nott view this as a product? what is it that you do by trade, what if tomorrow, you arrived at work to find your product was being given away, and as a result your salary would be cut, or completely erradicated (sp) & you are still expected to show up and preform at the same expected standard.
clearly, the businesses buying/ or not, ad space, are unable to continue you to do so a
9 August 2012
at 11:23 a.m.
the answer, I thought was fairly obvious. There are quite a few folks on here that feel they are 'entitled' to free news, on this website. I am merely saying, we should be thankful for the years it was free, and to belittle it's contribution to our community out of spite, is unacceptable. A precedent is being established here, an example to our children, if someone doesn't give you something you think you deserve, but did not work for or earn, THEY are slighting you. Where is the logic in that? You see it in all facets of life now, in, I am guessing, our generation. Just because I may have the grades to go to Harvard, doesn't mean I have the 'means' to go there. So, if I still choose to attend, then can't afford my student loans, is that anyone else's responsibility? That logic would be like saying I have the salary to afford payments on a Pinto, but the credit to buy a Bentley. People, today, are of the mind set that if they bring something, anything to the table, they should be able to get whatever they want, and it just doesn't work that way.
And, before you laugh too hard at the Harvard ref., it was just an example…. clearly. And, for your veiwing pleasure, disdain…. see, I can be learned. :)
9 August 2012
at 9:59 a.m.
oooh, I stand corrected, I did mispell a word. (i am a little ashamed.) I meant to mispell priv-a-lage…. but as shown here, not there. a hooked on phonics refference.
As far as small town conservative, I would say you are only partially correct. I do not believe I in anyway, made this a small town political issue, I simply do not understand why a majority of the people in this thread complained about the paper no longer being free, and then in the same breath say, it's always been sub-standard. I guess I do not understand why people are whining about paying for something they didn't like for free in the first place
8 August 2012
at 4:34 p.m.
….. and for the record, I find your paper to be informative, and what one should consider to be a respected institution. What we have had for several years, the free online edition, was a privilage not a right. I wonder where this entitled generation gets it from….
8 August 2012
at 4:25 p.m.
Countrymom, might I make a suggestion, get a dictionary, spell check, and perhaps a middle school Remedial English textbook. You are to the English Language, what Stephen Hawking would be to the sport of basketball. (look him up on that there fancy internet of yours, and you'll understand) You will also need a thesaurus for this next part….
Bryce Jacobson,By your constant responses to people's feedback, I think you are sending the wrong message. That being, that their input into the matter of paying for online access, and clear distain, will somehow persuade you to change your mind. I would suggest that you 'consider' shelving the matter of responding to every comment. I would also like to say, I wouldn't be of any mind to continue to entertain the online complaints of a group of folks that have chosen to diminish the achievements of your staff, and are essentially bringing very little to the table with regards to bettering this rag. With that said, I leave you to your unhappy 'constituants', who continue to remind you, that your crummy paper isn't worth reading, let alone purchasing, all the while, on the CDP website.
13 July 2012
at 8:39 p.m.
I am a little disappointed that the CDP online is no longer free, but in all reality, no other small town paper with an online addition is either. If the content is so poor that it isn't worth paying for, then why did you waste your time ever reading. This isn't capitolism, or right wing b.s., it is smart business. I guess I will pay to read it from now on, but nothing in life is free, and nobody owes us anything, so pay for the subscription, or don't, either way….. Macht deine mut zu.
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