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jgmaynard

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Re:Fear of Cities, and of states dominated by them.
« Reply #255 on: September 04, 2003, 02:37:00 pm »

Apparently you relish jostling elbow to elbow in crowds or stacked up fourteen deep in lines or being herded like sheep.  

Good thing none of the states we are looking at are like that. I think you're thinking of Coruscant. :D

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Re:urbanisation
« Reply #256 on: September 08, 2003, 08:14:57 pm »

radracer has very good arguments.
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I simply think Wyoming may give us the best chance to influence a smaller, more open-minded populace and the physical ability to have the state grow with us
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The naysayers who don't like using a sparsely populated state should realize that if we are to accomplish anything we must utilize the lack of population as our advantage to actually get the power to change policy then show what can be done with it.

Wyomingites have been asking us to help them keep Cheyenne from going liberal. We have a chance to prevent it.  In other cities, especially those near big metro areas, that chance is, if not gone, so very slim against the flood that we'd just be bailing instead of paddling.
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Re:cowboys?
« Reply #257 on: September 08, 2003, 08:25:04 pm »

Marshrobert could be a cowboy if he tried.
Even Zack could be one. :o

Seriously,
We need to grow to a point where we are credible in the eyes of the big leagues.  We could leave the hotheads and idealists take over the LP.

Then the real cowboys could get some work done. ;)
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Re:urbanization, city and country attitudes, pop density issues
« Reply #258 on: September 10, 2003, 02:54:58 pm »

Amazing Hank :o  Started to respond to your post days ago, and by the time I had finished, the post disappeared, now mysteriously it has showed up here??? ::)

Anyway ???, not sure I could every become a cowboy, but that does not mean that I have not known and liked a number of cowboys in my life.  Had a few that were good friends back when I was a pup!

Not talking about the drugstore type, that put on the hats, and boots but the real ones who walk the walk and talk the talk.  They didn't take much to outsiders, and less to someone telling them how to run there lives, and think it would be near impossible for a bunch of outsiders to gain there confidence anytime in my life time.

How did I fit in?  Well hey I can fit in most anywhere, but can the rest of the porc's?

Then again maybe there really aren't too many real cowboys left! :(

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