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High securityIt’s Saturday morning. 9 a.m. I was driving my service truck up to the Bachelor Gulch gates where yesterday someone told me I could work between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Thank you, sir. Now it’s now, sorry, you’re supposed to get pre-approved by the general contractor that sent you to work. Nobody gets in unless it’s an emergency. I felt like I was in the U.S. Air Force back in the day. I don’t know what else to say, except for this: I felt like going through a military base through the front gates, being approached like I was needing paperwork and I.D. and knowing where I was going, and the list continues. Whatever happened to America with the words freedom of enterprise? It’s not happening in Bachelor Gulch. It sounds like more or less controlled order, not freedom of enterprise.Snitch squad ideaHere’s an idea to stop the illegal dumping at the recycling centers. Post a sign with the penalties for dumping, along with a phone number that people driving by can see and call people in and report them for dumping at the recycling centers.Digs GuidoHey good morning. It is Sunday morning. That picture of Guido on the cover of the Sunday morning paper may be the best picture you’ve ever put on the cover of your newspaper. He is cute as the dickens.Useless rockI just want to say cheers to the recent “Missed stop” Tipsline. I’ve got an answer for that guy. There’s $7 million in surplus tax money sitting in the town that they can use to pay bus drivers for the two hours that are there, or the town may just want to buy another rock for Seibert Circle that does absolutely nothing public service wise then spend $1 million on that place. That’s why you’re walking home at 2 in the morning, buddy. Make sure you go vote. Nude prudeThis is for the prude that can’t handle the nudity in the athletic club locker rooms. Maybe he should get himself some blinders.Vail, Colorado

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