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Veteran Advisor

Re: 2nd Revolution

Well, I'm real sorry. I thought you were one that says that man walked with dinosaurs and that in reality, the earth is only 6000 years old.
Senior Contributor

Re: TAKE NOTICE SUREBUTT RAN

now look at  your childish reply ---says a lot about obamolites ---THANKS GOTCHA LOL

Senior Contributor

Re: see you cant debate again

thanks for showing the world GOTCHA LOL  wanna try again or run

Senior Advisor

Re: 2nd Revolution


@schnurrbart wrote:
Well, I'm real sorry. I thought you were one that says that man walked with dinosaurs and that in reality, the earth is only 6000 years old.

Apology accepted.

Veteran Advisor

Re: 2nd Revolution

Someone on here posted something about that.
Senior Contributor

Right again

I looked into it deeper, and it seems that the Fed Gov't basically 'kept' the land, so it technically never was the 'States'.

Veteran Advisor

Re: Right again

Here in AZ, we have public land in the National Forests in the state.  If you do anything off a public road running within some of those forests like hunting, fishing, camping, etc, you have to buy a use permit.  I think most are $5.  We also have state trust land.  Those cost you $75 a year to even cross them on a road.  We also have indian land which costs you a fee and a permit to do anything but drive through in your car.  I know you can graze land here but I am not sure if it is only the public (fed) land or only the state trust land or both but I know one lady here whose husband is a cattle rancher and they own several acres but lease 25,000 more down by Globe.