[AZ-Observing] Re: Observing on Public Land may get Costly

  • From: "Stanley A. Gorodenski" <stan_gorodenski@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: az-observing@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 23:11:17 -0800

I'm not sure posting search results here would be appropriate in 
Az-Observing. I gave my opinion. You gave yours. Since you disagree with 
my opinion, why don't you go into more detail on what you found out so 
we all can learn. For example, your statement that our congress is not 
too pleased with the intent of the bill doesn't say much. All of 
Congress, or just all Republicans, or just all Democrats, and what 
Republicans, Democrats, all the bill, just parts of it, etc.? Further, 
talk is cheap. It's their final vote that counts, which hasn't taken 
place yet on extending the Demo program. I certainly am not one who 
thinks I know everything (I do sometimes misinterpret what I have read), 
and am always willing to learn. So I encourage you to go into more 
detail, so long as others on the list don't feel they are "Off Topic", 
which I think my post would have been, or come close to it, if I had 
gone into much more detail than I did.

And so with that I will say no more on the topic, unless by popular 
request. I certainly would be willing to discuss this more and learn 
more about it in an open environment. I might point out, though, that 
this exchange between you and me may be the catalyst needed to get other 
list members more involved.

Wierd weather. Not only did the ground level clouds turn into fog, but 
it was a pretty thick fog that didn't blow over quickly as I had 
expected. It started about 4:30  and lasted until about an hour ago (it 
is now 11pm) where, for the most part, it lifted although it is still a 
little hazy.

AJ Crayon wrote:

>The link given by Jeff has some interesting wording and refers to HR3283. 
>Doing a web search on this bill indicates that our congress is not to
>pleasedwith the intent - thank goodness.  There were a lot of links for this
>search and I'm speaking from only one of them that I persued(?).  Your
>searchresults may vary and I hope they could be posted here for our review.

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