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Occupy Park City, seeking new permit, could be barred from camping overnight - The Park Record

There are 14 comments on the Park Record story from Nov 29, 2011, titled Occupy Park City, seeking new permit, could be barred from camping overnight - The Park Record. In it, Park Record reports that:

City Hall is considering prohibiting people from staying overnight at Occupy Park City, a restriction meant to protect them from the elements and one that would ensure the site does not become a hangout for ski bums or others looking to live on the cheap.

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Let Everyone Camp

United States

#1 Nov 29, 2011
When will city hall decide to do what is right and evict the freeloaders. If they want to protest, let them stand on the street corners, every other Friday, between midnight and 2 am. That way they will get their message out to all their sympathizers, and the rest of us 99ers can get back to work and make the best of our life.
Support

Heber City, UT

#2 Nov 30, 2011
Let Everyone Camp wrote:
When will city hall decide to do what is right and evict the freeloaders. If they want to protest, let them stand on the street corners, every other Friday, between midnight and 2 am. That way they will get their message out to all their sympathizers, and the rest of us 99ers can get back to work and make the best of our life.
You sound like a proud and true American. Not. Our Consititution, via the Bill of Rights, prevents our government from infringing on the individual right to petition for redress of grievances. Don't like it? Too bad. I simply cannot believe that a few tents in the park are preventing you from going to work and making the best out of your life.

But I am grateful that you choose to keep attention focused on this important issue. Your ridiculous whining shows that those who oppose personal/corporate responsibility and free speech in America are somewhat idiotic in their rationale, which is a big plus for the local/national/global Occupy movement. Thanks for commenting.
pigo

Idaho Falls, ID

#3 Nov 30, 2011
Hey Support, then that means that EVERYONE can go down there and camp. I'll take my RV though, ok? And I won't be around much during the day. I hope they enforce the 10pm/7am quiet hours too.
Support

Heber City, UT

#4 Nov 30, 2011
pigo wrote:
Hey Support, then that means that EVERYONE can go down there and camp. I'll take my RV though, ok? And I won't be around much during the day. I hope they enforce the 10pm/7am quiet hours too.
Pigo, this is a free country. Do what you think is right.
Thank you for supporting this important issue.
Perk City

Salt Lake City, UT

#5 Nov 30, 2011
This is a pathetic astro-turf movement that has been corrupted by big-labor, religion, and academia. These bums need to leave our parks, move back in with their parents and maybe contribute a little to society.. which is beyond their thinking since they all feel society owes them.

Thankfully cities are waking up and removing these illegal occupations of our public areas, and the general population has realized these are nothing more than chronically unemployable layabouts looking for a handout. We have all lost interest in your sorry excuse for a movement.

Protest all you want, but don't camp in my city park that my taxes pay for!
Support

Heber City, UT

#6 Nov 30, 2011
Perk City wrote:
This is a pathetic astro-turf movement that has been corrupted by big-labor, religion, and academia. These bums need to leave our parks, move back in with their parents and maybe contribute a little to society.. which is beyond their thinking since they all feel society owes them.
Thankfully cities are waking up and removing these illegal occupations of our public areas, and the general population has realized these are nothing more than chronically unemployable layabouts looking for a handout. We have all lost interest in your sorry excuse for a movement.
Protest all you want, but don't camp in my city park that my taxes pay for!
Thank you for working to keep attention focused on this important issue !

Like the other poster, when you criticize this local/national/global movement with such outrageously inaccurate statements, it has two positive effects:

1.) keeping attention and thought focused on the demonstration and its goals

2.) showing that most of those opposed to the demonstration are truly clueless, which then encourages thoughtful citizens to avoid listening to the anti-Occupiers, who seem to have a problem with corporate responsibility, justice, and prosperity.

Keep talking about the issues, and keep contributing your insights. Demonstrations are designed solely to focus attention, and they are working !
PC Skiier

Park City, UT

#7 Nov 30, 2011
Support wrote:
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Thank you for working to keep attention focused on this important issue !
Like the other poster, when you criticize this local/national/global movement with such outrageously inaccurate statements, it has two positive effects:
1.) keeping attention and thought focused on the demonstration and its goals
2.) showing that most of those opposed to the demonstration are truly clueless, which then encourages thoughtful citizens to avoid listening to the anti-Occupiers, who seem to have a problem with corporate responsibility, justice, and prosperity.
Keep talking about the issues, and keep contributing your insights. Demonstrations are designed solely to focus attention, and they are working !
Ha Ha, if you think these comments are helping "focus attention" on these deadbeats, you are right, it is helping focus on the fact that they are a joke that nobody gives a rat's bum about in the end.

BTW are you living in a tent to support the movement as well, or are you relying on the 2 or 3 people in City Park to voice your concerns for you?
PC Skiier

Park City, UT

#8 Nov 30, 2011
'Galovich said Occupy Park City will be able to accomplish its goals in the event the City Hall permit prohibits overnight camping.

"We're not getting much done when we're sleeping," he said.'

LOL. What exactly are you 'getting done' when you are awake?

I love the posturing and the way he "understands" the possible risks if camping was allowed. Most assuredly this ninny is hoping that the new permit prohibits camping...so he can sleep in his warm bed at home, secure in the knowledge that he would rather be in a tent in the Park when it's 10 degrees...but the city wouldn't let him.

Hilarious.
Support

Heber City, UT

#9 Nov 30, 2011
PC Skiier wrote:
<quoted text>
Ha Ha, if you think these comments are helping "focus attention" on these deadbeats, you are right, it is helping focus on the fact that they are a joke that nobody gives a rat's bum about in the end.
BTW are you living in a tent to support the movement as well, or are you relying on the 2 or 3 people in City Park to voice your concerns for you?
Obviously, your attention is focused on the Occupy Movement, proven by your posts. Thank you for caring! That's exactly why demonstrations exist (drawing attention to an issue), and regardless of your support, you are helping the cause. Bull Connor aided the cause of the civil rights demonstrators by beating them, siccing dogs on them, and firehosing them. He hurt a lot of individuals, but his hatred only served to draw many more into the movement. See how that works ?

I am guessing that your really do favor corporate responsibility, and you probably dissaprove of massive economy-destroying bank fraud. These are not controversial issues, in general. Maybe you just don't like people who stand up for what they think is right. That's okay. You care enough to write about it, and that is one big plus for the movement. Regarding your question, since I have two jobs and a family to support, I cannot camp out. So I voice my concerns in other ways, which you appear to have noticed. Thanks !
Thomas Jefferson

Veneta, OR

#10 Dec 1, 2011
NEW YORK (CNNMoney)-- The Massachusetts attorney general on Thursday sued some of the nation's biggest banks, accusing them of "unlawful and deceptive conduct in the foreclosure process."

My God, someone gets it.

You mean you actually need to:

Own the debt you are trying collect, and prove it?

Show injury if you claim monetary loss (that is, that you actually lost money)?

Not commit perjury?

Not corrupt land titles?

Godspeed to Massachusetts in restoring the Rule of Law when it comes to our land title and foreclosure processes, even if only in one state.

http://money.cnn.com/2011/12/01/news/economy/...

In other news:

A notary public who signed tens of thousands of false documents in a massive foreclosure scam before blowing the whistle on the scandal has been found dead in her Las Vegas home. The scam had thrown into question the legality of most Las Vegas home foreclosures in the past few years...

http://usnews.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/11/29/...
PC Skiier

Park City, UT

#11 Dec 22, 2011
They need to not renew that permit and get that tarp out of city park, nobody's ever there and it's an eyesore.
workaholic

United States

#12 Dec 23, 2011
This is a guy who was never invited to anything. Now he has formed his own silly little club and no one wants to join. I love the signs he's put up. He has a board with the club's "agenda" that looks like a 2nd grader wrote it in crayon.
Ho Hum

Park City, UT

#13 Dec 23, 2011
Thomas Jefferson wrote:
NEW YORK (CNNMoney)-- The Massachusetts attorney general on Thursday sued some of the nation's biggest banks, accusing them of "unlawful and deceptive conduct in the foreclosure process."
My God, someone gets it.
You mean you actually need to:
Own the debt you are trying collect, and prove it?
Show injury if you claim monetary loss (that is, that you actually lost money)?
Not commit perjury?
Not corrupt land titles?
Godspeed to Massachusetts in restoring the Rule of Law when it comes to our land title and foreclosure processes, even if only in one state.
http://money.cnn.com/2011/12/01/news/economy/...
In other news:
A notary public who signed tens of thousands of false documents in a massive foreclosure scam before blowing the whistle on the scandal has been found dead in her Las Vegas home. The scam had thrown into question the legality of most Las Vegas home foreclosures in the past few years...
http://usnews.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/11/29/...
Obviously written by another deadbeat freeloader who thinks it's his God given right to borrow as much as he wants, but to be free to commit a "strategic default" to not repay, or even better yet, question the "banksters" right to repossess the property that they loaned against. A free house for everyone, that is our right!
Freeze Dried

West Jordan, UT

#14 Dec 23, 2011
Do something productive, Occupy Treasure!

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