dou1t2 6 months ago on Letter - Hey, at least MRAP will look super cool in parades

I'm with you, on the fact of do they really need this? Do they have the money in their budget to not only paint it, but to make the needed changes from a military vehicle to a SWAT type vehicle. Plus, do they have the money in their budget to maintain it? and the technicians to do the work? FREE sounds great, until you look down the road and see the BIG picture. Food for thought..........................

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dou1t2 9 months ago on Walla Walla City Council eyes ban on pot businesses

The will of the people voted to approve it statewide, why is it that lawmakers who I believe are older, and thus have an old school belief system and old school values are now finding ways, or at least trying, to overturn what the states people voted for.

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dou1t2 11 months, 1 week ago on Ear piercing of young children is cruel

I'm with Barracuda, are you or not and how do you relate it to what you've said so far. The fact that it has been over a day, since you have responded, I think you're at a loss for words! and circumsised.

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dou1t2 1 year, 5 months ago on Walla Walla municipal course emerges from rough spell

I grew up playing golf on this course as a kid. Now 40 years later, I can say I've only played it 4 or 5 times in the past 10-12 years. Not so much because of the condition, rather because I don't live in Walla Walla. I'm thinking the photo is of the trap to the right of green #3. I live close enough to return, if it gets better. So make it better!

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dou1t2 1 year, 6 months ago on Octopus mural should have been embraced

I think the wine industry and the toy store are great for the WW Valley. What I would like to know, now that the city painted over the mural or sign, ( I guess it depends on what side you take) is it over? Let's say it's over, and BobCatsiff decides to wash his building, and in the process the paint the city used to paint over it, starts fading off. A month later, he washes his building again, and more washes off. Do this a few times more and there is a ghost of a sign, what do we do now? Prosecute Bob for washing his building, or do we inquire why the city used an inferior paint and probably charged an exoribant cost for the make over. There are plenty of buildings that are in disrepair, that need a new coat of paint, are we going after them? If I volunteered to power wash a building, and didn't set the pressure settings correctly, would/could I be in jeopardy for doing something illegal?............................................something to think about outside the box.........................................

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