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Re: Cass lake cabin owners~
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If people purchased a lease for X number of years and put a permanent structure on that leased land, they have no one to blame but themselves. If the lease is not up and they are forcing people to sell or move off, then I have a problem with it.

As for the "well rents may go up by 10X". Funny how it is alright for the Indians to unfairly discriminate against whitey but when a group of investors buys an apartment complex in Bloomington and truns it into upscale housing, they get sued and have to pay hundreds of thousands in damages for displacing minorities and low income people.

We all need to be living under the same sets of rules and regulations.

Posted on: Yesterday 8:05:59
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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As I see it both sides received "special rights" under the treaty. The Bands received (or kept) harvest and co-management rights. We received millions of acres of valuable land.

It's real hard to say that the Bands should now give up their "special rights" but we should nevertheless still be able to keep ours.

And if its any consolation, who do you think got the better end of the deal under the treaty? The harvest and co-management rights are insignificant in light of the profits and lifestyles enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of "us" because "we" acquired that land.



The better end of the deal went to the Indians who get to have all the protections the constitution affords everyone else AND they still get to live under their own rules and regulations. They also get to have a monopoly on casinos in MN raking in millions if not billions and pay nothing (other than political money) and still get millions of dollars in "aid" from US taxpayers.
We now have land the politicians won't allow to be mined for the natural resources it holds and the Indians are laughing at us while they net walleyes that have helped ruin a lake and hunt moose that no one else can hunt because their population is too low. We as US citizens don't have any "special rights" other than the right to pay taxes to support the Indians.

Posted on: 9/12 17:16:07
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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Funny how Whitey is supposed to change his ways to "change with the time" but the Indians can keep living their lives as they see fit and under their own rules while living off the backs of Whitey through the BIA or their monopoly of casinos or with most tribes, both. White guilt is ruining this country and it isn't helping anyone.

As for being told you "can't live here anymore", it happens all the time with eminent domain and none of them get to sign a treaty. Talk to the people in the Rondo neighborhood who were kicked out to build 94 or the multitudes of people affected by building of dams. Talk to people who are forced to move out of their homes due to land/utility imporvement assessments they can't afford.

Posted on: 9/9 7:37:18
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Re: Natives Allowed to hunt Moose again
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pulleye16 wrote:
Just got back from Cub. Just picked me up 2 packages of Red Lake Walleye for $9.99/ea...way cheaper than driving up to LOTW. Plus I support I supported a MN business.

To be honest, I hope they sell Moose meat as I love the stuff but can never afford to hunt it.



A MN business? Riiiight! Maybe a business in MN that is supported with MN taxpayer money.

Posted on: 9/7 17:16:24
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Re: 2017 Game Cam Thread
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Couple from Wisconsin.

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Posted on: 9/2 6:19:16
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Re: Non native species in our lakes??
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pulleye16 wrote:
The earth is running out of potable water...should we just except it or spend billions on preserving our water the best we can?

I'm not all for what the DNR is doing but something needs to be done more efficiently to slow the spread.


Depends, is spending billions going to do any good or is it just to make it look like we are doing good? The law of diminishing returns kicks in sooner or later and all the money in the world won't make things better.

Posted on: 8/16 18:29:51
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Re: 820 pound hog shot in Alabama
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That's a lot of pulled pork right there.

Posted on: 7/22 16:00:36
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Re: Mille Lacs walleye closure extended to Aug 11
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Problem is there are no facts, only data plugged into a computer program and lakes managed to what the computer spits out. Of course that computer program doesn't take into account many factors like netting or political pressure.

Posted on: 7/22 15:57:40
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Re: Metro Lakehouse vs. Lake Cabin
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In-laws have a 4 bedroom house on Green Lake in Chisago they might part with for the right price. He's lived on the lake since 1984 and hardly ever fishes it. He'd rather trailer the boat to someplace else.
Not sure why anyone would want to live on a lake with people in your "backyard" all the time but then again most people don't like the seclution like I do.

Posted on: 7/20 18:36:15
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Re: Heds up on change at MN DMV
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chris63 wrote:
What do you mean "triple the information"?????Once MNLARS is upgraded and operational it will speed up the amount of time and energy for all parties involved with registration, driver related tabs and license renewal items for staff and the public.Everything takes a little patience and time!c63


It's the government.

Posted on: 7/16 7:00:39
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