What's Next for California?

   / What's Next for California? #11  
What is next for Kalifornia... In a nutshell, Kalifornians are moving out to places like Washington State, Colorado and Idaho, New Mexico and ruining those state too.
 
   / What's Next for California? #12  
and Oregon... Portland is destroying the freedoms of the state, they have more people so they have more say, Portland isn't Oregon... of course the same can be said for Washington, Seattle isn't Washington... Idaho is more in the boonies, I think it's safer than Oregon, Washington and Colorado from the California influence...

I've said it before and I'll say it again, California has 50 different air districts, the rest of the country has 1, of the 50 air districts they all ask different stupid questions when trying to permit an engine (like an irrigation engine that is on a trailer and moves around on the same property isn't allowed, but one that stays in the same spot is ok...). California has more environmental concerns than most of the rest of the country mainly because of the giant industrial zone that has zero water and is a desert around LA, the tactics used in that area should not be used in the rest of the country that doesn't have that concentration and if used the people that enforce it need to know what they are talking about not just make things up that sound good... At work our marine engines just this week got accepted for this year in California because we got a new representative that had questions, I had to explain "boosted application" to someone that is enforcing engine regulations...
 
   / What's Next for California? #13  
that's exactly what people need. Government mandating what people need, can do, or should have.

Some states are more free than others. Some allow riding a motorcycle without a helmet.
Do I really need the government to protect me from myself,,,,,every thing I do,or every move I make ? LOL.
I am an adult. If I screw up. I just have to suffer the damages
 
   / What's Next for California? #14  
Some allow riding a motorcycle without a helmet.

I am an adult. If I screw up. I just have to suffer the damages
No, if you screw up on a motorcycle you become dependent on the taxpayers to support you for the rest of your life like Ayn Rand.
 
   / What's Next for California? #15  
that's exactly what people need. Government mandating what people need, can do, or should have.

Some states are more free than others. Some allow riding a motorcycle without a helmet.
Do I really need the government to protect me from myself,,,,,every thing I do,or every move I make ? LOL.
I am an adult. If I screw up. I just have to suffer the damages

I always found it strange that, if I take a 2 mile trip into town in my crew cab pickup truck, I’m legally required to wear a seatbelt, but I’m free to go blasting down the interstate at 70 mph on my motorcycle without a helmet.
 
   / What's Next for California? #16  
I always found it strange that, if I take a 2 mile trip into town in my crew cab pickup truck, I’m legally required to wear a seatbelt, but I’m free to go blasting down the interstate at 70 mph on my motorcycle without a helmet.

Well, blasting down the interstate at 70 mph on my motorcycle with or without a helmet wouldn't make any difference on the outcome. While driving a pickup truck with seat belt would definitely make a difference on the outcome.
 
   / What's Next for California? #17  
and Oregon... Portland is destroying the freedoms of the state, they have more people so they have more say, Portland isn't Oregon... of course the same can be said for Washington, Seattle isn't Washington... Idaho is more in the boonies, I think it's safer than Oregon, Washington and Colorado from the California influence...

I've said it before and I'll say it again, California has 50 different air districts, the rest of the country has 1, of the 50 air districts they all ask different stupid questions when trying to permit an engine (like an irrigation engine that is on a trailer and moves around on the same property isn't allowed, but one that stays in the same spot is ok...). California has more environmental concerns than most of the rest of the country mainly because of the giant industrial zone that has zero water and is a desert around LA, the tactics used in that area should not be used in the rest of the country that doesn't have that concentration and if used the people that enforce it need to know what they are talking about not just make things up that sound good... At work our marine engines just this week got accepted for this year in California because we got a new representative that had questions, I had to explain "boosted application" to someone that is enforcing engine regulations...
Jackson Hole Wyoming has become Jacksafornia. It's no longer Jackson to us Wyomingites.
 
   / What's Next for California? #18  
Good to see that the California Government is passing laws to help people deal with the forest fires. Shame that they use all the funding to prevent forest fires on social issues.
 
   / What's Next for California? #19  
Well, blasting down the interstate at 70 mph on my motorcycle with or without a helmet wouldn't make any difference on the outcome. While driving a pickup truck with seat belt would definitely make a difference on the outcome.

I can tell you a helmet saved my life, and that's a fact..
 
   / What's Next for California? #20  
On the news tonight they banned plastic water bottles at the San Fran Airport if I head it right. You can still buy a soft drink in a plastic bottle, but not water from what I understand. That that makes about as much sense as a screen door on a submarine!!!

It won't be long Austin Texas will be the same, then Dallas then Houston.

May retire in 1 year and 7 month, Oklahoma state income tax and all is sounding better everyday.
 
 
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