Simon was a soyboy pussy
Probably belongs to some white kid from west Bloomfield.
She goes to her chiropractor too
Sabots shoot better but patch and ball are more romantic
Spot and stalk is more of a physical challenge but I'm in the midwest so up in the stand it is.
Crossbow bolts and broadheads are too expensive fot this application so i prefer my 58 caliber cap and ball blunderbuss. Theoretically, I don't condone violence.
She doesn't want to be embarrassed by the state supreme court.
That will be fifty years Citizen
I read that their mission is to protect the president.
Do you know what active duty infantry can do? It's not just ceremonial platoons.
He is doing a mad astronaut! Basement version.
Yes, she is that dumb
If you are not against us you are with us
I need some Three Floyds milk stout, Stat!
Thr problem is, they walk with their pension and we foot the bill, again.
I attribute their election to a combination of recreational pot being on the ballot and weak GOP candidates. Shutte tried to call whitmer out for not prosecuting Nasser for raping all those gymnasts but it was not done well and whitmer just used her rape card.
There was also the Mueller investigation making the GOP look crooked with the MSM's duplicitous shilling.
Following the federal government's 2018 license revocation, the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) took oversight of the dam. EGLE determined that the dam was structurally sound. Edenville and the other former Boyce dams were taken over in 2019 by the Four Lakes Task Force, a county delegated authority, with title to transfer in early 2022. The State of Michigan appropriated $5 million for the purchase. The Four Lakes Task Force operates under the Four Lakes Assessment District in the State of Michigan, created in May 2019 by Judge Stephen Carras. In 2019, Michigan's 42nd Circuit Court was involved in determining if only the lakefront owners or all area residents would pay tax to the Four Lakes Assessment District.
In October 2018, and again in mid-November 2019, the dam's operator lowered the water level, in what it called "a safety move." It said it had requested a permit to lower the level from Michigan's EGLE, a permit that was not issued. The operator said it acted “due to concern for the safety of its operators and the downstream community,” and went on to sue EGLE in federal court, alleging "its safety concerns were paramount."
In December 2019, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission issued a permit to investigate expanding the hydropower plant with a second powerhouse containing one 1.2 MW turbine-generator unit for a total of 6 MW.
The dam's operator said it began to raise the lake's water level in April 2020, under threat of being sued by Michigan's EGLE, and that it reached "normal pond level" in the first week of May. Michigan's Attorney General confirmed EGLE had directed the operator to raise the water level, stating: "Michigan EGLE directed Boyce to follow the court-ordered lake level requirements," but challenged that the operator had lowered it for safety reasons.
In April 2020, EGLE sued Boyce, alleging it had lowered the water level without permission in 2018 and 2019, killing thousands of freshwater mussels.
I switched to Brave from duckduckgo, much better now.
I drove past a campground on Saginaw bay after sunset last night and it was full of fifth wheel campers and large groups sitting around fires talking and laughing, no masks in sight. Governor Karen is losing but the press is hiding it.