Wisdom from the Web
Vail CO, Colorado
Re: More crashes with instructors, some say
I have taken lessons several times and don’t have clue what you are talking about. What is your solution? Experts only on the mountain? You have to pass a test first before you are allowed up?
If you think that makes sense start a new mountain based around that idea and see if the market rewards you, or punishes you.
Re: Religion: Political Scare Tactic
This muddle-minded diatribe only proves that “a little knowledge is a dangerous thing.” You suffer from that common journalists’ malady ” knowledge-challenged, paradigm-induced fantasy unaccompanied by any serious, in-depth study of any subject matter that you so easily and unsubstantially bloviate upon. It is truly sad that you get paid to produce such mindless muddle.
Re: D.R.: Kaye can write a blog
It’s one thing to piss people off for the sake of doing so to create debate. But I thought we were going to focus more on dialogue.
Let’s do more constructive dialogue on local, domestic, and international issues instead of having just the sole purpose of a commentary article to step on toes.
Re: Dangerous assimilation
I think this is a poor comparison. They didn’t build the Berlin Wall to keep people out. As far as I know there is no proposed policy to shoot people. I think you are going a little too far.
Re: Aid groups wary of immigration laws
It sounds like these people don’t want to obey the law because they don’t agree with it. I don’t agree with the tax laws ” and everyone knows how confusing they are. Will the IRS let me skip them?
Re: Letters to the Editor
It was painfully clear that Eagle is at a serious crossroads with regard to growth and traffic and it was really clear that the vast majority of citizens who call Eagle home (both old and new folks) want to keep it “a small town.” Jan
Re: Child-care workers may get college aid
If child-care workers received college degrees, wouldn’t they no longer want to work in child care?