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  1. #16

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    Quote Originally Posted by holepuncher View Post
    It is easier to ask for forgiveness than permission.
    Haha, the only bugaboo I have by that old pithy saying is: It implies that the doer is doing something wrong. Ie.: something erroneous or lawless, that it would "need forgiveness" in the first place. However, I happen to md'ing lawful, correct, safe, beneficial, nutritious, healthy, harmless, etc....

    But ... seriously now ..... I know what you're saying. There can ALWAYS be someone who sees it differently and wants to gripe

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    As long as you return all your finds within two weeks it should be fine.

    chub

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    what was that comment on public land ? if thats true then i want to hunt he property around the white house ? what are my chances ? what would i expect to find ? lets see theres a big fence around it. nobody is allowed to go picnic there. you cant even lie down in in the cool grass under a shade tree and take a nap. i wonder what the property taxes are ? has the value decreased ? i'll keep wonderin ? i wonder if the pres. drinks my brand of beer ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom_in_CA View Post
    Haha, the only bugaboo I have by that old pithy saying is: It implies that the doer is doing something wrong. Ie.: something erroneous or lawless, that it would "need forgiveness" in the first place. However, I happen to md'ing lawful, correct, safe, beneficial, nutritious, healthy, harmless, etc....

    But ... seriously now ..... I know what you're saying. There can ALWAYS be someone who sees it differently and wants to gripe
    i'm tired of being serious. and i'm tired of worryin ? cant we just get down to the nitty gritty ? i'm down with that.
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    You could say a friend's kid got cut on a piece of metal (pull tab, nail, etc.) and you were just trying to make sure the area was safe, and cleared of trash.
    You are in fact digging & removing trash.

    Sent from my VS810PP using Tapatalk

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    sprailroad

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    Quote Originally Posted by boogeyman View Post
    Mine hates it when the leash is dragging so she holds it in her mouth. Every time I get hassled, it's the old your dog needs to be on a leash. She is! No someone needs to be holding the leash! She is! Off they go waddling off shaking their heads smoke coming out their ears.

    HINT Don't do this in Newport Beach Ca!!!!!!! Ended up with 9 count em 9 Life Guards, 3 jeeps, 3 cops in two units & a Life Guard Lt (I think he was) standing around for over 45 minutes debating the code. Ended up no one wanted to write the citation & have to explain to the judge and be embarrassed. There ya go! Your taxpayer $$$ hard at work.

    A trick I use for areas like libraries is when confronted I've got everything in my trash pouch in my hand. First thing out my mouth is "Let me go throw this trash away." Has defused many confrontations over the years.
    I also carry two live rounds of ammo in a separate pocket of my pouch that I have dug in the past, and if ever asked, I show the ammo along with the trash, the couple of times I've been asked, and show these, it's been, "Well...I hope you find something good".

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    when i was younger - i did good at old libraries - late 1800s and early 1900s ones
    they had no AC back then and would hold readings outside a lot on their lawns
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    Quote Originally Posted by chub View Post
    As long as you return all your finds within two weeks it should be fine.
    chub
    Actually, I believe that if you return your finds within two weeks there WON'T be a fine!
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  10. #25

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    A close alliance of school library media centers and public libraries can be an effective support system for students. Currently such alliances take many forms, including joint libraries (combined school and public library facilities), networking and resource-sharing arrangements (use of technology), collaborative and cooperative services and programs, and communication networks.

 

 
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