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Re: [sinergy] Utah lost Patagonia and likely other Outdoor Retailers In reply to
sinergy wrote:
Typical narrow minded response, "he's lying, "he cheating" wah wah wah LOL

The quotes are directly posted from the states analysis so believe in what you want the information is there and published to the public The analysis was paid by Utah ( the same people whom you are supporting) and done by the U of U, Weber State, Utah State and more.

The only reason I dont post the link is I enjoy reading your crazy posts and laughing at you and bovine making these crazy assumptions and raging at your pc's. Pirate
Yeah, I'm raging all right! Bovine. you having as much fun as I am from this clown? God, he's a hoot.

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Bob Hicks, from Utah
I'm 75 years young and going as hard as I can for as long as I can.
“Free men don't ask permission to bear arms.” - Glen Aldrich
“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don’t mind.” - Dr. Seuss
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Re: [dubob] Utah lost Patagonia and likely other Outdoor Retailers In reply to
Haha old man I don't know if I believe you or if I even care. Your supposed degree is about engineering and mine is directly related to the topic of public lands. And guess what? I'm not done with school. I'll have my masters or phD in a few years. You were defeated with every lie or misrepresentation that you tried fooling this forum with. I would love to meet you in real life. You haven't had a good response to any of what I've previously said or my most recent post. Haha how does it feel that your days are coming to to an end? How does it feel that that when your time comes you won't be swimming with the fish in the sky? You'll be in a lake filled with oil? How does it feel that I'm in my prime and that I'm the future? You've been paying attention to what I've been posting so obviously you feel threatened. Unlike you, I know how to spell bore and I'll correctly use it in a sentence. You bore me and I'm done with you. I love how worried about the future you must be since you won't be around and since I'm apparently such a terrible person LOL! Go to bed old man. Sleeping
(This post was edited by FishingLunatic on Feb 13, 2017, 4:09 PM)
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Haha old man I don't know if I believe you or if I even care. Your supposed degree is about engineering and mine is directly related to the topic of public lands. And guess what? I'm not done with school. I'll have my masters or phD in a few years. You were defeated with every lie or misrepresentation that you tried fooling this forum with. Oh the shame and humility of it all; how will I ever be able to deal with it? I would love to meet you in real life. Why, are you that much in need of a verbal butt whippin'? You haven't had a good response to any of what I've previously said or my most recent post. Yeah, probably so since truth and facts don't have any relevance in your world. Haha how does it feel that your days are coming to to an end? How does it feel that that when your time comes you won't be swimming with the fish in the sky? You'll be in a lake filled with oil? How does it feel that I'm in my prime and that I'm the future? That people of your ilk are the future disgusts me beyond belief. You've been paying attention to what I've been posting so obviously you feel threatened. Oh, woe is me; I'm cowering in fear right this minute. Unlike you, I know how to spell bore and I'll correctly use it in a sentence. Unlike you, I know how to use truth and facts and I'll correctly use them in a forum. You bore me and I'm done with you. I love how worried about the future you must be since you won't be around and since I'm apparently such a terrible person LOL! I'm wringing my hands and sweating bullets just thinking about it. Go to bed old man. Go back to the sand box kid and leave the intelligent discussions to the adults on here.
The child Lunatic has spoken; I'm shaking in my boots. I better just go lay down and wait to die.

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Bob Hicks, from Utah
I'm 75 years young and going as hard as I can for as long as I can.
“Free men don't ask permission to bear arms.” - Glen Aldrich
“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don’t mind.” - Dr. Seuss
(This post was edited by dubob on Feb 14, 2017, 7:29 PM)
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Re: Utah lost Patagonia and likely other Outdoor Retailers In reply to
And then there's this from an ADULT libtard:
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New Hampshire Democratic Party Chair Raymond Buckley had a strong yet simple message for fellow Democrats at a DNC Future Forum in Baltimore: "The party did not author a positive message during the 2016 election cycle. What we did is say, 'How offensive.' Grow up, that's not reality for most of America."[/quote]The adults actually do know what the real world is all about. Lunatic children do not! Smile
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Bob Hicks, from Utah
I'm 75 years young and going as hard as I can for as long as I can.
“Free men don't ask permission to bear arms.” - Glen Aldrich
“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don’t mind.” - Dr. Seuss
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Re: [FishingLunatic] Utah lost Patagonia and likely other Outdoor Retailers In reply to
Dont indulge Dubob its a scientific fact that Brain shrinks as you get older this is well documented fact by the Harvard journal of medicine, And the Oxford University Press the grey matter in Hippocampus decreases 13% and the White matter in the Frontal Lobe shrinks 24%.

Hippocampus is Memory learning and emotion the Frontal Lobe emotional expression, problem solving, memory, language, judgment,

By Age 74 areas like memory problem solving judgement and learning have a drastic decrease and Cognitive and motor stills rapidly decline

So arguing with a 74 year old is pointless Im surprised he even remembers what he posted. Angelic
(This post was edited by sinergy on Feb 14, 2017, 8:47 AM)
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sinergy wrote:
Dont indulge Dubob its a scientific fact that Brain shrinks as your get older this is well documented fact by the Harvard journal of medicine, And the Oxford University Press the grey matter in Hippocampus decreases 13% and the White matter in the Frontal Lobe shrinks 24%.

Hippocampus is Memory learning and emotion the Frontal Lobe emotional expression, problem solving, memory, language, judgment,

By Age 74 areas like memory problem solving judgement and learning have a drastic decreased.Cognitive and motor stills rapidly decline

So arguing with a 74 year old is pointless Im surprised he'll even remembers what he posted. Angelic

“The wise man questions the wisdom of others because he questions his own, the foolish man, because it is different from his own.” Leo Stein.
You and the lunatic child most assuredly fall into the later class. Good luck to both of you in life with that attitude; you’re going to need it. Cool

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Bob Hicks, from Utah
I'm 75 years young and going as hard as I can for as long as I can.
“Free men don't ask permission to bear arms.” - Glen Aldrich
“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don’t mind.” - Dr. Seuss
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DuBob dont take it personal its the Internet, everyone talks crap on the internet. This is the reason I dont post in this forum or any internet forum that much any more. Plus Id rather spend time outdoors than sitting in front of my computer.

Regardless of our difference in opinion about land, water or what else we as a human race will always have a difference of opinion thats what make us human. The ability to have consciousness and to form thought
But that doesn't mean we need to be at a constant conflict live and let live and do what makes you happy are my mottos in life.

Tight Lines to you.
(This post was edited by sinergy on Feb 14, 2017, 8:55 AM)
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sinergy wrote:
DuBob dont take it personal its the Internet, everyone talks crap on the internet. This is the reason I dont post in this forum or any internet forum that much any more. Plus Id rather spend time outdoors than sitting in front of my computer.

Regardless of our difference in opinion about land, water or what else we as a human race will always have a difference of opinion thats what make us human. The ability to have consciousness and to form thought
But that doesn't mean we need to be at a constant conflict live and let live and do what makes you happy are my mottos in life.

Tight Lines to you.
Apology accepted! Wink! Wink Wink! Wink

Now if the kid will just stop trying to play with the adults, we'd all be happy. Cool

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Bob Hicks, from Utah
I'm 75 years young and going as hard as I can for as long as I can.
“Free men don't ask permission to bear arms.” - Glen Aldrich
“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don’t mind.” - Dr. Seuss
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Re: [dubob] Utah lost Patagonia and likely other Outdoor Retailers In reply to
I think all of us old people can take solace in this attached meme of wisdom.
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(This post was edited by buckhunterhart on Feb 14, 2017, 9:46 AM)
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I think all of us old people can take solace in this attached meme of wisdom.
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Bob Hicks, from Utah
I'm 75 years young and going as hard as I can for as long as I can.
“Free men don't ask permission to bear arms.” - Glen Aldrich
“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don’t mind.” - Dr. Seuss
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Re: [buckhunterhart] Utah lost Patagonia and likely other Outdoor Retailers In reply to
Unlike Dubob, I don't really feel that way about the older population. I can just see that this argument wasn't going anywhere and I'm tired of being disrespected and I'm tired of him disrespecting over 50% of the population. That's the only reason I finally caved in and decided to say mean things about him. I think everyone can tell his overall disrespect for not only me, but for liberals and democrats in general. News flash...more people voted for another candidate and that's not even counting people who voted for third party candidates on either side. All dubob and some people in society are trying to do is create total division. It's beyond obvious by the way he addresses one side what his agenda is.
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FishingLunatic wrote:
Unlike Dubob, I don't really feel that way about the older population. I can just see that this argument wasn't going anywhere and I'm tired of being disrespected and I'm tired of him disrespecting over 50% of the population. Unlike you, I don't make rash generalizations about what you may, or may not, feel or think about anybody else. The only disrespect I have on here is for your demeanor, attitude, and brash insistence that your point of view, and only your point of view, is valid. Just like most children. That's the only reason I finally caved in and decided to say mean things about him. That's what children do; they cave and throw a temper tantrum when they don't get there way. I think everyone can tell his overall disrespect for not only me, but for liberals and democrats in general. I have family members and many friends that are registered Democrats and we generally have civil, adult conversations about differences on political philosophy. They, unlike you, are willing and able to accept that my facts are valid but disagree they are right for society as a whole. Children don't have that ability. News flash...more people voted for another candidate and that's not even counting people who voted for third party candidates on either side. News flash - President Trump had a majority of the Electoral College and has been officially declared the WINNER! Get over it! All dubob and some people in society are trying to do is create total division. I'm not, but the libtards sure as Hell are. Riots, destruction of property, inflicting bodily harm on individuals with differing political philosophy being shown on the nightly news almost daily. Show my just one video of any such lawlessness when bozo was elected in 2008 or 2012. It's beyond obvious by the way he addresses one side what his agenda is. You have absolutely no clue as to what my 'agenda' is and even if I told you straight up what it is, you'd disagree and throw a childish temper tantrum calling me a liar.
When you finally grow up and actually open your mind to the possibility that there are other, valid viewpoints that exist out there, even if you disagree with the premise of the viewpoint, come join the civil discourse in which most adults participate. The bottom line here is this: if you want respect, earn it!

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1 Corinthians 13:11 - When I was a child, I spoke and thought and reasoned as a child. But when I grew up, I put away childish things.

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Bob Hicks, from Utah
I'm 75 years young and going as hard as I can for as long as I can.
“Free men don't ask permission to bear arms.” - Glen Aldrich
“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don’t mind.” - Dr. Seuss
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That's absolutely ridiculous. "The only disrespect I have on here is for your demeanor, attitude, and brash insistence that your point of view, and only your point of view, is valid". My demeanor was professional up until my last post. As you later would go on to say "there are other, valid viewpoints that exist out there, even if you disagree with the premise of them". You weren't disrespectful towards me and democrats/liberals because of our demeanor. You were disrespectful since the beginning and not just the last post like me because you are a complete hypocrite of what you just said above. I am open to other people's viewpoints and listen to them. It doesn't mean I'm going to believe them or agree with them but I give everyone a chance to speak. I spoke first and you nor anybody had to say anything let alone say things in a manner that lead to a debate.

"They, unlike you, are willing and able to accept that my facts are valid but disagree they are right for society as a whole." After I spoke, you chimed in and whether intentional or not, you mislead some people. This absolute biggest lie is your tried putting words in my mouth...I never said the sky was falling. You had what you would call a temper tantrum and put words in my mouth. Secondly, you tried citing the number of retailers as the number of sponsors in an effort to make the significance of 5 retailers dropping out less. Third, you tried to bring 2016 outdoor shows into the equation when A) there was more sponsors that year because they are different year to year and B) Outdoor retailers weren't talking about not coming to the Utah show in 2016. Fourth, you tried to underestimate the number of retailers that would be lost by those 5 groups dropped out; when we used the numbers YOU provided, the average number of retailers per sponsor turned out to be close to 100. when you multiply that 100*5, that = 500...a lot more than your original claim of 50. Fifth, you literally were saying you didn't believe stuff that me and sinergy were telling you that literally came from a land transfer analysis report....you're being like the type of person that would say you don't believe smoking cigarettes causes cancer or something J/A like some people can smoke and not get cancer.

You were the one not accepting facts, not me. I probably wouldn't agree with your or some other people's philosophy for what you "disagree is right for society as a whole". In this case, I wouldn't have agreed with your perspective which i'm assuming is something along the lines of that these outdoor retailers threw a hissy fit and shouldn't have announced they were going to withdraw from the show. So, I actually agree with your quote of "facts are valid but disagree they are right for society as a whole". I have more of a problem with you trying to argue against the facts in the 5 main points I addressed above than your presumed interpretation of the way the five outdoor retailer groups handled the situation. I don't feel like you did the first half of your quote of "being willing and able to accept that my facts are valid but disagree they are right for society as a whole".

About the Obama situation....this years election compared to 08 and 12 is an apples to oranges comparison. It's not justifying their actions by any means, but protester's aren't mad that a republican won...they are mad because Donald Trump won. It wasn't like it is today back when George Bush won before Obama took office either. Anyways, here is a video of people burning a flag as a Obama/Clinton protest. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wh5tsfJnYj4 Trust me...you can find more while Clinton was running or before Obama started both of his terms if you look hard enough. Anyway, like I said before the actions of some of these protests are inexcusable and I'm not justifying their actions but the people aren't mad a republican won...they're mad Donald Trump won; this is an apples to oranges situation with Obama.

To be honest this thread was meant to be more like a current event and not meant to turn into a debate. I'll probably comment if I see a fishing post/story that I like of your's Dubob. But I'm not going to be spending this much time on the internet arguing anymore.
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Bob Hicks, from Utah
I'm 75 years young and going as hard as I can for as long as I can.
“Free men don't ask permission to bear arms.” - Glen Aldrich
“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don’t mind.” - Dr. Seuss
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Re: [dubob] Utah lost Patagonia and likely other Outdoor Retailers In reply to
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FatBiker wrote:
Bob, precisely my point. The cleaning station still isn't fixed after a bunch of folks led by you (thank you) brought it to their attention.
Minor point, I know, but the cleaning station is NOT going to be fixed. It's going to be replaced. Just a tad more involved and I expect (hope) it to take place this Spring.

Good news Bob, just got back for the South marina, at Willard and low and behold there was a brand new fish cleaning station sitting in front of Willy's trailer, in the camp ground. Willy is the camp ground host there for the last two years and has been done a great job of taking care of that place since he took over.The vault toilet is finally open, thanks to him and he claimed they will be installing the new cleaning station within the week, yahoo.SmileCool Hopefully that means sometime in the next month it will be finished. Just though you and Larry might be interested.


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