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Old 09-26-2005   #11
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hey moron

Doubt you were ever in the Marines but I'll give you the benefit of the doubt. Cant remember the termonology but in the past it was possible to do a duty change. Generally listed in the Navy Times if my memory serves me,,in any case I'm sure you'd have no problem getting a no cost to the government tour of duty change with almost anyone in Iraq. About the only Marines in Boulder would be recruiters and I doubt any of them are bitchin about being in there,,,as far as "M" wave,,I've heard its just east of Strausberg,,right under the I70 bridge.

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Old 09-26-2005   #12
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Hippies will do free work to clean up the world (those suckers love earth).
Hippies work? Yeah right!

You moved from Athens to Boulder. I too moved from GA to Boulder. I noticed that people aren't as courteous as they are in GA. True, taliban hippy freaks are especially oblivous to things like common courtesy most of the time. I really liked my time in Boulder, but wouldn't move back. There are some cool people in Boulder, I guess. Just a different scene. At least it is cleaner than GA (except for the hippy smells).

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Old 09-26-2005   #13
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there are plenty of directions down the page to the M-wave. Shoshone is playing very well right now as well. You know if you like to loop, throw Left, blunt, and do rock spins. Yeah lots of sweet rock spins. Actually it is at the primo play level in my own opinion. Yeah primo just like the sandlewood wafting off of a Boulder hippie. That is what I am talking about.

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Old 09-27-2005   #14
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To quote Eric Cartman of Fairplay, CO (I think):
"Goddamn hippies...say they want to save the Earth but all they do is smoke pot and smell bad.."
I hope in the future Americans are thought of as a warlike, vicious people, because I bet a lot of high schools would pick "Americans" as their mascot. -Jack Handy
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Old 09-27-2005   #15
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Here is a super sweet hippy drill. I totally think the Marines in Boulder need one of these:

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Old 09-27-2005   #16
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In my experience here in Boulder, as long as you stay away from the Naropa Campuses, the Boulder Co-op and a couple other places its pretty easy to avoid the Hippy crowd. Much harder is not having to deal with the stupid ass frat boy/sorority dumbasses that are much more prevalent and obvious. I'd much rather deal with a pothead then a drunk and belligerent early 20's typical male college student.

Except for the high cost of living, I really enjoy living in Boulder........during the summer. Unfortunetly for most of the year its a totally different vibe and turns into a place that I don't really like to live alot of the time. I'm also not a big fan of the government here and their silly regulations. For instance, you can have as little as 3 parking tickets before they boot and tow your car. Every other city I have ever experience has had that point up to where you owe $500 bucks or more in parking tickets. I've been pulled over by a bike cop (yes a bicycle not a motorcycle) who threw herself through my open window to do so, insisting on giving me a ticket for driving with my headlights off when all I did was pull out of my parking spot as I was turning my headlights on.

I do like the town and the area, but the longer I live here the more I want to get away from the people that live here. There are definetly some cool people here, and if you have any affiliation with the University, I know the CU kayak club members have been well worth knowing recently. They have their sessions in the Claire Small pool at the rec center. If you aren't a student or staff, then you can still show up. Just make sure you bring your boat with you, otherwise they probably won't let you in the door. I haven't had a pass for a while, and just bring my boat and paddle and just walk right by the reception people.

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Old 09-27-2005   #17
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Oh yes, Boulder is one of the few places where "the Man" is a bunch of weirdo nazi hippies.

Get this.

I was arrested for reckless endangerment when I lived there for shooting a raccoon in the ass with a low-powered BB gun that was crawling up to my bedroom window.
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That is hilarious!!
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Old 09-27-2005   #19
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If it makes you feel any better, I got a (fat) ticket for an "improper merge" because my right front tire crossed over the white line (towards the interstate shoulder) for 2 WHOLE FEET to avoid being taken out by some speeding, territorial a$$hole in rush hour traffic. He was in the inside lane, I slowed to avoid hitting him as I merged from one interstate onto another (and he sped up), tire crosses over two seconds, I got blue lights....

Granted, it's not being *arrested* per se, but it's still some infuriating, petty, inconvenient CRAP--

Of course, if you shot a raccoon with a BB gun here, they'd only have you arrested for not actually killing it, or for not having it stuffed to place above your mantle.
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I am from GA, I mean, I was going to stuff it and eat it. My big mistake is that I had a spring loaded bb gun instead of an assult rifle.

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