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777Tiger
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re: During shutdown, people are vandalizing and cutting down Joshua Trees in JT National Park
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I'm hitting an intersection. Preston anf Hillcrest most likely.

good strategy, stay away from Southlake Town Square, that's mine


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WaWaWeeWa
Member since Oct 2015
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re: During shutdown, people are vandalizing and cutting down Joshua Trees in JT National Park
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Yes, people doing this are total arse holes, no question.


What if no one is doing this and the trees just fell like trees do?


redstick13
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re: During shutdown, people are vandalizing and cutting down Joshua Trees in JT National Park
I can't live with or without them.


Centinel
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re: During shutdown, people are vandalizing and cutting down Joshua Trees in JT National Park
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What if no one is doing this and the trees just fell like trees do?



Well how the hell are you supposed to push a political narrative with that shit?



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777Tiger
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re: During shutdown, people are vandalizing and cutting down Joshua Trees in JT National Park
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I can't live with or without them.

still haven't found what you're looking for?


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Montezuma
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re: During shutdown, people are vandalizing and cutting down Joshua Trees in JT National Park
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What if no one is doing this and the trees just fell like trees do?


That is likely a lot to do with it, but there are ATV/motorbike crews that will be quick to frick up public lands for trails and staging areas. I used to see it all the time in east CA, and where I am in the Idaho/Montana area now. Cutting trees, gravelling streams for crossing, clipping fences, if they can get away with it, they do it.


WaWaWeeWa
Member since Oct 2015
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re: During shutdown, people are vandalizing and cutting down Joshua Trees in JT National Park
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That is likely a lot to do with it, but there are ATV/motorbike crews that will be quick to frick up public lands for trails and staging areas. I used to see it all the time in east CA, and where I am in the Idaho/Montana area now. Cutting trees, gravelling streams for crossing, clipping fences, if they can get away with it, they do it.


How does cutting a tree at 6 feet in the air help an ATV/motorcycle crew? Just wondering


Montezuma
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re: During shutdown, people are vandalizing and cutting down Joshua Trees in JT National Park
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How does cutting a tree at 6 feet in the air help an ATV/motorcycle crew? Just wondering


Like I typed, it could easily be a tree that fell naturally. But felling trees isn't out of the norm for people who want to make a trail.


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Pectus
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re: During shutdown, people are vandalizing and cutting down Joshua Trees in JT National Park
The 419 don't mess around.


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hob
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re: During shutdown, people are vandalizing and cutting down Joshua Trees in JT National Park
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That is likely a lot to do with it, but there are ATV/motorbike crews that will be quick to frick up public lands for trails and staging areas. I used to see it all the time in east CA, and where I am in the Idaho/Montana area now. Cutting trees, gravelling streams for crossing, clipping fences, if they can get away with it, they do it.


So there's a segment of the population just sitting there waiting for a govt shutdown to go out and cut trails into land? They are willing to put in all that work knowing that after the shutdown is over those trails could never be used again.

I don't believe people say "Hey, the govt is shutdown. Let's go frick up some shit"



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Montezuma
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Member since Apr 2013
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re: During shutdown, people are vandalizing and cutting down Joshua Trees in JT National Park
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So there's a segment of the population just sitting there waiting for a govt shutdown to go out and cut trails into land? They are willing to put in all that work knowing that after the shutdown is over those trails could never be used again.



They do it with the government open too. You only need the trails for the day or the weekend.

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I don't believe people say "Hey, the govt is shutdown. Let's go frick up some shit"


It is just easier to do it now.

That said, I think this case is likely overblown, if real at all.
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MeridianDog
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re: During shutdown, people are vandalizing and cutting down Joshua Trees in JT National Park
Looking for help to go with me to the Petrified Forrest National Park and get some primo rocks - Caution - Sorta heavy.





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Cowboyfan89
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Member since Sep 2015
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re: During shutdown, people are vandalizing and cutting down Joshua Trees in JT National Park
Trash. Frickin pathetic, man. The fact that there are people out there waiting for this opportunity is ridiculous.


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WhoDatNC
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Member since Dec 2013
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re: During shutdown, people are vandalizing and cutting down Joshua Trees in JT National Park
Please catch them and then put a bullet in their head as to end their misery.


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lsuwontonwrap
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re: During shutdown, people are vandalizing and cutting down Joshua Trees in JT National Park
Some people are really just a waste of air and space.


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LSUTigersVCURams
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re: During shutdown, people are vandalizing and cutting down Joshua Trees in JT National Park
No one gives a shite about the government shutdown or those Joshua Trees.
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TechDawg2007
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re: During shutdown, people are vandalizing and cutting down Joshua Trees in JT National Park
I was a tree in the first grade play... This could have been me


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jvilletiger25
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Member since Jan 2014
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re: During shutdown, people are vandalizing and cutting down Joshua Trees in JT National Park
They weren't cut down. They were trampled by all the damn illegals running across the border.

BUILD THE WALL!!!


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ecb
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re: During shutdown, people are vandalizing and cutting down Joshua Trees in JT National Park
Millennials and MAGAs


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OweO
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re: During shutdown, people are vandalizing and cutting down Joshua Trees in JT National Park
What do people think acting like this will get them? As if the government is going to be like "oh shit, some people cut down a Joshua Tree in JT National Park. Better open things back up right this second".

But it is sad that it is going on for this long. And this all could have been avoided if Trump would have just signed the bill, passed by both parties, that would leave the government open through February so that during the holidays the government wouldn't shut down and they could continue working on this situation when everyone returned, without any type of interference.

Dude doesn't know how to work with other people.


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