"He's thinking if he's going to get caught (for hiring an illegal immigrant), he might as well get his bang for the buck, Tomsic said."She's a freakin' idiot, but she won the case.
Aerial photographs show the campers carved 40-50 miles of trails in the woods [must've had a meth lab out there--ed.] and a nearby meadow, Forest Service spokeswoman Denise Ottaviano said.Of course, the last two paragraphs take it all back:
Rainbows profess peace, love and respect for the earth, but any gathering that size will have consequences, Ottaviano said.
"There was just a shocking amount of trails through that area," she said. "Just simply by being there they had an impact on the land." Rainbows dug fire pits and latrines, and foot traffic between camps spread over four square miles trampled grass and left paths.
Several hundred Rainbows are expected to stay behind after today's official end to the gathering. Members say they will remain on the land into August, helping to clean up, reseed, remove footbridges and return the land to its natural state.
Forest Service specialists, including experts in soil and water plan to supervise the restoration.
recent events I witness in my neighborhood (Downtown Aurora), my 11 year struggle with chronic pain (including 7 spinal surgeries and more to come), updates on my hunt for/and disruption of Internet child predators in Colorado, and much more.If that doesn't get you interested, Timothy's bio-line reads, "Timothy J. Miller is a Mortgage Professional, Marketing Guru, and 45-day coma survivor."
Update: Speaking of anchored babies, "makeshift armored bulldozer" is no slouch of a phrase either.
Update II: Damn if LGF didn't post on the Colorado slavery case tonight (after I did, of course).