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Now, I've Officially seen It All: Chris Nevitt, a Denver Democrat, wants to ban Smell & JAIL You for It! Yes, SMELL!

As if anyone here needed any further proof that govt's full of sociopathic lunatics and control-freak busybodies, here's just one more proof, that especially Dems, are bigger authoritarians than any GOP could ever be:

New Law Could Make The SMELL Of LEGAL Marijuana Smoke Punishable By Up To A YEAR In Jail

http://youtu.be/EbjlxI6gtD0
MOXNEWSd0tC0M
Published on Oct 20, 2013
October 19, 2013 MSNBC News
http://MOXNews.com

Get this psychotic monkey moron out of his cushy govt job, NOW!!!

** Actually, I had no idea that he was a Democrat, but he actually sounded like one. So I assumed, as if he were one, and StartPage.com-ed "Chris Nevitt Democrat" and lo and behold:


Remember what this sociopathic pansy lunatic looks like
Chris Nevitt
City Council Member
Email Address: Chris.Nevitt@denvergov.org

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UPDATE 1: Nevitt's past 'Totalitarian-tiptoe,' near-tyranny-gasm on full display

Check out the autho-ri-teh-rian glee on his face; he almost can't contain himself:

Denver Councilman Chris Nevitt urges use of drones

http://youtu.be/KXvJ4vLo84Y
Jeremy Meyer
Published on Jun 27, 2013

Denver City Councilman Chris Nevitt urges the city to investigate using drones instead of the police helicopter, which he says is more expensive and less efficient.

** But, obviously, seeing his anti-SMELL authoritarian lunatic instincts on full display, you know he's not promoting it to save money, or even for 'officer's safety' blah blah blah. Though, chopper pilots, as commendable as they are, and are absolutely necessary for fire, situation/pattern overview, rescue/medevac (though I'd prefer all this to be a private function, be that as it may, as far as need for such usage goes, there's no doubt they're necessary tasks), but from what I recall, it costs somewhere between $2600~7600 per flight (any pilots here, especially Bell chopper pilots can correct me): fuel, insurance, hanger cost, overtime etc. The city (for PR; the whole 'pilot' and 'chopper'-ace meme and recruitment tool purposes) and the police union will always love these jobs: higher pay than already usual. So, if they deny drone programs, they're not doing it from the bottom of their heart or because they're worried about protecting your privacy, obviously.

more details on that little 'give me my drones, now!' statement:

Denver councilman suggests replacing expensive police helicopter with “drones”

By Jeremy Meyer (the same writer who posted the above YT vid)
The Denver Post
Posted June 27, 2013, 1:40 pm MT

Denver City Councilman Chris Nevitt at this week’s Mayor Council meeting suggested the city look into starting an unmanned aerial vehicle program to replace the expensive police helicopter.

“I urge us to investigate using UAV technology instead of the helicopter because it would be a whole lot cheaper and would be more effective,” Nevitt said after a bill request was introduced to add $377,400 from the general fund for continued maintenance of the helicopter.

But a drone program is not happening anytime soon, said Lt. Matt Murray, police spokesman.

Seems Denver PD chief has been hearing from his constituency, somewhat; seems to have better PR sense, at least:

Denver Police Chief White says no police drones in near future for Denver skies

By Jeremy Meyer
The Denver Post [Mirror URL]
Posted July 9, 2013, 4:15 pm MT

Denver Police Chief Robert White says he appreciates technological advances but told a City Council committee on Tuesday he won’t put police drones into Denver air space any time soon.


Denver Police Chief Robert White tells a Denver City Council committee that he is not in favor of using drones until some of the controversies can be resolved. (Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post)

“We are not hesitant to be on the forefront of technology; however, as it realates to drones, there are some challenges there,” White said. “We are trying to better connect to the community. At this time (use of unmanned aerial vehicles) is controversial. The last thing we need to do is further divide us in the community. … The other thing is constitutionally there are a lot of unanswered questions about how they can be used.”

The issue was raised a few weeks ago when Councilman Chris Nevitt suggested the city should examine using UAVs, which he said are more efficient and cost-effective than the police helicopter.

** Certainly, like all technology, they're neutral and depends on the user, and definitely have legitimate non-surveillance, useful helpful deployment applications. But in hands of govt, and especially the one on this current post-9/11 DHS policestate trajectory? No F'ng Way, ya govt terrorist maggots! And, certainly, least of all, over CONUS!



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The real difference between Repubs and Dems

Is that Dem's are crazy right to your face, some people call them out on it.

Republicans hide under a guise of righteousness so even crazy actions seem justified to themselves.

Repubs are worse because they can win over large majorities "justifying" their actions.

*facepalm* How did this guy even get into any kind of office?

He's just another air-headed "Go along to get along" weak individual who looks like the local drunk in the park. He can't even string one sentence together without sounding completely confused as to what he's even saying—a common side-effect to talkin' Bullsh*t. The Truth just rolls off the tongue so easily as there are no talking points to remember and regurgitate. He's getting some "private contributions" that are probably funding some sick personal habits of his.

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

Weed Colognes?

What are they going to do about all the new Colognes that smell like weed? lol.

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.

Lol call me gullible, but:

are you being serious about the weed cologne? Not sure it will sell well ;)

BUt the real stuff smells fantastic...at least to Cannabis Consumers.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

I was serious! lol

Check it out! Anything to make a buck! lol

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=marijuana%20colognes&kl=us-en

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.

Lol Just wow.

"If you love the smell of SKUNK WEED, then our perfume is for you."

Well, I hope the people that created that product didn't spend their life savings.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

check out the autho-ri-teh-rian glee in this monkey's face;

he almost can't contain himself:

Denver Councilman Chris Nevitt urges use of drones

http://youtu.be/KXvJ4vLo84Y
Jeremy Meyer
Published on Jun 27, 2013

Denver City Councilman Chris Nevitt urges the city to investigate using drones instead of the police helicopter, which he says is more expensive and less efficient.

** But, obviously, seeing his anti-SMELL authoritarian lunatic instincts on full display, you know he's not promoting it to save money, or even for 'officer's safety' blah blah blah. Though, chopper pilots, as commendable as they are, and are absolutely necessary for fire, situation/pattern overview, rescue/medevac (though I'd prefer all this to be a private function, be that as it may, as far as need for such usage goes, there's no doubt they're necessary tasks), but from what I recall, it costs somewhere between $2600~7600 per flight (any pilots here, especially Bell chopper pilots can correct me): fuel, insurance, hanger cost, overtime etc. The city (for PR; the whole 'pilot' and 'chopper'-ace meme and recruitment tool purposes) and the police union will always love these jobs: higher pay than already usual. So, if they deny drone programs, they're not doing it from the bottom of their heart or because they're worried about protecting your privacy, obviously.

more details on that little 'give me my drones, now!' statement:

Denver councilman suggests replacing expensive police helicopter with “drones”

By Jeremy Meyer (the same writer who posted the above YT vid)
The Denver Post
Posted June 27, 2013, 1:40 pm MT

Denver City Councilman Chris Nevitt at this week’s Mayor Council meeting suggested the city look into starting an unmanned aerial vehicle program to replace the expensive police helicopter.

“I urge us to investigate using UAV technology instead of the helicopter because it would be a whole lot cheaper and would be more effective,” Nevitt said after a bill request was introduced to add $377,400 from the general fund for continued maintenance of the helicopter.

But a drone program is not happening anytime soon, said Lt. Matt Murray, police spokesman.

Seems Denver PD chief has been hearing from his constituency, somewhat; seems to have better PR sense, at least:

Denver Police Chief White says no police drones in near future for Denver skies

By Jeremy Meyer
The Denver Post [Mirror URL]
Posted July 9, 2013, 4:15 pm MT

Denver Police Chief Robert White says he appreciates technological advances but told a City Council committee on Tuesday he won’t put police drones into Denver air space any time soon.


Denver Police Chief Robert White tells a Denver City Council committee that he is not in favor of using drones until some of the controversies can be resolved. (Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post)

“We are not hesitant to be on the forefront of technology; however, as it realates to drones, there are some challenges there,” White said. “We are trying to better connect to the community. At this time (use of unmanned aerial vehicles) is controversial. The last thing we need to do is further divide us in the community. … The other thing is constitutionally there are a lot of unanswered questions about how they can be used.”

The issue was raised a few weeks ago when Councilman Chris Nevitt suggested the city should examine using UAVs, which he said are more efficient and cost-effective than the police helicopter.

** Certainly, like all technology, they're neutral and depends on the user, and definitely have legitimate non-surveillance, useful helpful deployment applications. But in hands of govt, and especially the one on this current post-9/11 DHS policestate trajectory? No F'ng Way, ya govt terrorist maggots! And, certainly, least of all, over CONUS!

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

AnCap, what kind of archive

do you have on that computer, brotha? You always have something that I wish everyone on the internet that comments have: something relevant to add to the conversation.

This guy is a complete tool. I'd say he's almost worthy of a DiFi or Lindsey Graham status of "tool." Can't believe he's slipped through the cracks all of these years.

Let us not forget the WITTY people of government when it comes to magazines and bullets:

http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_22971620/inaccurate-remark...

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

just crafty lil' set of

crazaaaaay QWERTY-fingers, 'tis all .o)

swear, they have a mind of their own: I say 1 paragraph, and the bastards give me 20.

nobody listens to me .o(

LOL xD

besides, these crazy limbs wanna keep veerin' off into geopolitics, when all I wanna do is go ooh and ahhh over ballistic table:

http://youtu.be/OWFnDrJDF34

http://youtu.be/jX7dcl_ERNs

& gelatin wobbly boobly boo:

http://youtu.be/8EogZsGAKMI

and pull some rad moves with carbines:

http://youtu.be/KihAwNn-zoM

then I'm reminded how expensive ammo have gotten, even the .22... Though, watching Kirsten pull off cool moves with them, is waaaay nice:

http://youtu.be/NhvWuO1DXS8

even though the Plinkster is better at them:

http://youtu.be/62tJAF5ACJ0

then lead-economics being such, I ask myself: am I really only relegated to 'plinking' with 6mm in AirSoft?

furthermore, am always left wondering, do I have enough time to find someone who'll go tactical with me?


http://youtu.be/LkIvyFs8Q3Y


http://youtu.be/sZpeC9FqQU4

well, we'll see, if the world don't go all TEOTWAWKI on me, before then .cD

P.S. another recall in Denver is under way, though not Nevitt...yet: RMGO: Recall CO State Sen. Hudak [Left]

P.S.2. in another news, Commufornia is so F'ng gone, it ain't even funny: BREAKING: CA Court of Appeals: 2A Doesn’t Apply to AK Platform Rifles

sure, let's forget about the fact that 2nd Amend. was always meant to guarantee military capacity of the citizenry, but what the hell, nobody read it, nor study it in Califa, let alone the rest of the country, so what else is new? .o/

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

Wanted to share this

I uploaded an image to share with you to a script I am trying out on my server. This is my cannon I was telling you about,lol

http://libertyauthors.com/discussion/2/old-school-meets-new#...

I am going to try and also upload some pics of my buddies Diesel bike if I can get the uploader fixed to work again,lol

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.

ooh ahhh...

one lead canon I've yet to launch yet: the .45-70!

though I'd want to try it out in a lever-action...once Marlin leaves the clutches of the 'Freedom' Group, and cleans up their QC department...

thanks .o)

plus, if you ever take any game with it, please share! hope you use a non-lead ammo though, the poisoning is accumulative, as you probably know already.

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

Lol God damn man. I'm trying to read your other stuff

and now you gave me all of this info! I have to READ IT ALL! ;)

I was actually getting mezzzzmorized by the SRS I saw on a preview video that popped up after I watched one of yours. Switching out a .308 barrel to a .338 Lapua in just over a minute is something really cool to me.

But like you said earlier: ammo prices are only going up and that's a bad thing for target-only shooters like myself.

And Kristen's barrel threading looks amazing on that .22. That entire setup she has is sexy, not to mention that she's a hell of a shot. We did "drive by" techniques in the Army at about 10-15mph and I couldn't hit shit with an m4.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

I swear, that reply box also began with me telling my

QWERTY-fingers to stop at one paragraph, just one .cD

like I said: it never listens to me .o(

xD

DTA-SRS... yeah, would love to check it out (better yet, would LOVE to take that class!); every reviewer says that its trigger is unlike the typically creepy sloppy bullpup trigger groups.

it'd have been interesting to see the SOCOM adopt that over the anti-gun NY-based corporatist Remington's MSR the 'me-too I can swap out my .338LaPuaMag for .300WinMag & .308 nextgen modular platform' when they really were one of the last of the big makers to do so.

Barrett had one, FNH had the Ballista, Accuracy International (still don't know WHY American military would use the RedCoat's (US Corp & 'English Queen-owned USA'-meme aside, for the sake of conversation, y'all get the gist. lol), but can't deny their quality) have their own, I think, along with a Beretta/SAKO variant.

Regardless, never thought that US Mil. would ever go for bullpup setup anyway, so guess it's not that surprising that they've officially adopted another Remington.

GunWerks' YT page is like long distance shooting university! I actually kinda avoid it, like the plague...just like Mises.org: I literally will NEVER leave that site! LOL.

you know, seeing as how you state:

But like you said earlier: ammo prices are only going up and that's a bad thing for target-only shooters like myself.

my man, we're all SOL: Last Remaining Lead Smelter In The USA Closing After 120 Years

that's one area where I go: Fcuk 'progress!'

lol...er.. .o/

Kirsten's rifle is a Volquartsen; check it out:

Gun Review: Volquartsen Snake-Fluted Barrel Rifle

PS. "We did "drive by" techniques in the Army at about 10-15mph and I couldn't hit shit with an m4." Oh you'd love these guys; they do 'back of the pickup 'drive-by' for fun! (though, their muzzle discipline kinda is slightly not to my liking, be that as it may: http://www.youtube.com/user/VigilantSpectre/videos

Get some fave tacti-cool friends, a pickup truck, plenty of AR500 targets: go Arctic!

xD

Arctic Vehicle Operations: VSO Goes Mobile

http://youtu.be/UFX9OaOFK0U
VigilantSpectre Operations
Published on Feb 21, 2013

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

You and Stillwater

could have a battle of the most informative posts on the DP.

If you're into Alternative Health or Permaculture, his posts are like yours: full of wealth.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

I'd LOVE to

hone my skills more into that arena, in what I've personally, privately coined "thrival: thrive + survival" long ago, that now, like 100th Monkey Syndrome, I see that term popping up all over the place.

LOVE his/her permaculture/homesteading stuff!

plus think his/her visual format's better. not to mention: talk about patient and thorough!

no contest; a win, for StillWater in all those departments .oD

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

Lol

Humorous to see MSNBC defend property rights only when it comes to weed.

Patchouli Oil stock prices rise.....

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I'm not sure that I disagree

Disclaimer: I do not smoke cigarettes, nor do I smoke pot, but I am a HUGE believer that people should be able to do so.

When I was growing up in the 80's, people smoked cigarettes EVERYWHERE. I flew in airplanes quite a bit, and there were non-smoking sections, and smoking sections. Of course, it was impossible not to breathe in all of the smoke no matter what section you were in. I HATED the smell of smoke as a kid. At that time (before I had any capacity for libertarian thought), I would ask myself why do I have to smell that wretched smell just because I am in the vicinity of some guy who wants to consume it; why do I have to breathe in his noxious fumes? And, I was stoked when they made laws banning smoking in public places.

So now they want to ban the smell of weed in public places? This is perfectly reasonable, because weed is a noxious smell (to those who does not smoke it) that is overbearing to everybody in the vicinity.

I'm all for people being able to enjoy whatever substance that they want to consume. That is the libertarian way. But, should I be forced to go to a public place and have to participate in your nasty habit?

If you don't like to smell others in your community then stay

home. Sounds pretty simple to me. chance are your neighbors will appreciate not smelling your political views.
PS: You won't like Holland either

"A vote for the lesser of two evils is a vote to keep things the same", Buckminster Fuller..
A choice for liberty is always a choice for liberty.

My nasty habit saves lives, yo!

I'm not going to jail for making people healthier from a "nasty" (a.k.a. delicious!) smelling herb. If that's the standard here, then there are a ton of MF'ers from Buckley's about to get locked up! THAT SH*T IS NASTY!

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

Denise B's picture

Your disclaimer is

very disingenuous! If you are a "HUGE" believer that people should "be able to do so", why were you so "stoked" when they made laws banning it? Sounds a bit confusing to me. What about car, especially diesel fumes? Those are noxious fumes and I don't own a car, so why should I have to breathe the pollution from others who do? What about garbage trucks? What about, as the person below pointed out, skunks? Should we round em all up and kill them because of their "overbearing" smell?

It is in no way even remotely libertarian to think it is ok to threaten a person with a year in jail (the most complete loss of liberty any person can ever experience) because they are creating a smell that you don't like. And, who, by the way is "forcing" you to go to a public place? Libertarians should never, ever condone a person being caged like a criminal when they have harmed no one, and don't confuse annoying someone with harming them. They are two very different things. In a truly free society, you have to expect that you will be annoyed on occasion.

Interesting reactions to my comment

1)I AM a huge believer that people should be able to do what they want, AS LONG AS they do not infringe on another’s right while doing so. I thought that this is the libertarian philosophy. But, I apologize if I misunderstood the philosophy. I was stoked when they banned smoking cigarettes from public places because I was being forced to participate in a habit that you choose to engage in.

It is not the same as garbage trucks or skunks. It is more akin to a person who farts in their cupped hands and sniffs it, and then does so again and puts their cupped hands over my nose thinking that I will equally enjoy it. LOL. Sorry, pot smokers and cigarette smokers, but that is indeed the way that us non-smokers perceive your smell, and you are WAY more pungent and far-reaching than any person with B.O. or a bad cologne could possibly reach.

Let’s put it another way. Should I be able to go to a public park and “enjoy” standing especially close to people, even after being asked to stand away? Most reasonable people would not enjoy that, and this is why public nuisance laws are acceptable. Pot and cigarette smoke are a nuisance to those who do not smoke it.

2) You make the logical error of thinking that because I think it should be banned in CERTAIN places (not all places, mind you), that I agree with sending pot smokers to prison. Not at all. Though I do not smoke, and while I do find the habit disgusting, I do NOT think that somebody should be jailed for it. I would MUCH rather live with all of your annoying stink than to send a single one of you to jail.

3)I am also not equating “harming” somebody with “annoying” somebody. Minor annoyances are unavoidable and should be tolerated. But, it is unreasonable for a large group of people to have the right to routinely and habitually be a nuisance to another group.

This has been an interesting thing for me to see. It is apparent that even libertarians are susceptible to enforcing their will on others.

pretty sure

we already have nuisance laws that cover this. a younger college friend and several of his friends were cited/ticketed a year or so ago for smoking out the block in Denver. they said their (frat) house was a nuisance due to all the weed smoke all the time. most had medical cards so they could not get them for possession.

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we're taking names

for the next round of recalls.

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Can't even watch it all ...

The stupidity ...

What the hell are those "people" thinking?

So, I don't like the smell of his cologne, I call the corrupt cops because my farts smell like rainbows and pink unicorns.

One small, yet abundant, problem with this:

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

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Perfume and Cologne are more dangerous

But Rep. Nevitt doesn't give a shit if his Polo Sport clouds the entire City Hall of Denver.

More generational warfare.

Recall this fool. Recall Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell (D's-WA) for voting "yay" on Obamacare as well.

If you don't know your rights, you don't have any.

ReCall election

We should ALOW people to have there individual freedoms? ALOW?

Are you somthing, who exactly gave him such authority to alow anything?

Hey dip ship ALOW THIS (not index finger)

sovereign

The only thing I smell is the stench from people like this!

Legalize it so they can tax you and then create laws to still find a way to fine you for using it. It's all about revenue to keep their sick way of controlling us and living on the gravy train going. Why can't we rid ourselves of these people?

beephree