Sunday, May 21, 2006

Court Order

Couldn't the UEP trust get a court order against Lyle Jeffs or anyone else in the FLDS from trying to kick people out of their homes in CC?? That would seem like the thing to do.

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

The people let him. Lyle hasn't harrassed me, and I live on UEP property but don't agree with Warren.

saar said...

The UEP is out of Warren Jeffs control. That is why the judge appointed Bruce Wisan. But somehow, Warren (the priesthood, the church) has brainwashed everyone into saying, I don't want to be a trouble maker or branded as a apostate. I don't want to fight GOD, so I will just leave. And they leave their families, their house and businesses and by doing so give Warren Jeffs more power over the sheeple.

Anonymous said...

Their time is coming! They are going to be on the run just like Warren in just a little while. All the boys that they kicked out are going to grab a brain and decide to fix things that Lyle Jeffs and Dowayne Barlow and other broke.

ATAR_i said...

While I wish they would stand up, I understand the mindset that allows you to just walk away. I hope that when the cataract, that keeps them from seeing, is removed - they can come back to their homes. I think that for a time it will be possible. I hope there is time.

Did someone call for phacoemulsification!

fttc said...

We keep trying but they won't hold still. When the truth finally sinks in it can be done quickly while they are in a state of stupification. Indications of the vibrations are evident occasionally, then suddenly another person is unblinded as they are promptly given the boot.

(Yes, I had to consult Webster as I often do after reading your posts. It is educational, keep it up!)

Anonymous said...

atar_i

!!! Wow, how long did it take you to find that one? The closest I have been able to interpret is "A species of wart-hog suspended in an emulision of at two distinctly different fluid bases. How far off am I? However, I am hampered by using dictionaries that are in all truth twenty to thirty years old.

I'm impressed!

rcn

ATAR_i said...

Phacoemulsification is the process of using an ultrasonic pulse to break apart a cataract.

I actually know that word - so luckily I didn't have to search.

Anonymous said...

Ha! They ought to try that one in the National Spelling Bee Contest. Of course, if it's pronounced properly, it wouldn't be all that tough for a good speller. The "ph" might throw 'em a little, though.

Anonymous said...

Wart hogs to cataracts! Where is this blog going?

rcn

ATAR_i said...

I might take a road trip to CC someday -

But definately the beach this summer!

Anonymous said...

Went through CC several years ago on the way to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. I did't know what I was looking at as I passed through.

Prefer Colorado Rockies above 9000 ft. It's cooler there than here.

rcn

miraclesandlove said...

How can a court order demanding that they not kick anyone out do any good when the people obey? A court order cannot stop people from doing something they are asked to do by thier own free will and choice. It matters not who is in charge of the land, the people choose to leave when asked. No court order would change that.

I prefer other country for outdoors also, but where is the mystery with the culture in the rockies above 9000 ft? That is why it is a sight seeing event, not the altitude.

A road trip to CCA is not all its cracked up to be. Take someone from there with you and it becomes better.

Anonymous said...

No mystery, if you have eyes you can behold God's beauty of creation. Personal favorite areas:
The San Juans and the Collegiates. The old mining towns and jeep roads.

First pick for beauty: "American Basin" on road from Lake City to top of Cinnamon Pass (12,250+) in early summer while ther is still some snow left.

Could have inspired Kathrine Lee Bates

O Beautiful for spacious skys, For amber waves of grain,
For purple mountain majesties above the fruited plain!
America! America! God shed His grace on thee,
And crown thy good with brotherhood from sea to shining sea.

rcn

ATAR_i said...

rcn - you like the northwest?

I personally love the beach - the lonley beaches where I dig up to my arpits for gooeyducks/horseclams, take long walks on lonely beaches where you are so alone it feels like you can hear the heat.

Making homemade chowder, finding beach glass, digging steamers, butters and plucking up crab in the seaweed on a low tide - THAT'S my idea of a great time.

And of course - antiques, painting, sunsets, coffee with a fire looking on the beach in the mornings - too much fun!

Now, think you can find me on my vacation?

Anonymous said...

I doubt it. I'm going to the East Coast, a little southeast of NYC. If all goes well I think Puget Sound is in the program for next year.

My preference is not the Pacific NW, but the Colorado Rockies. I had one opportunity to see Yosimite, but the crowd was so bad I felt rushed. Beautiful place, too many people though. Been there many times and still enjoy the solitude, the wildlife and the vastness of the Arkansas Valley below Leadville. Ouray, Silverton, Telluride, Lake City, Durango, four corners, and Mesa Verde are all delightful vacation spots. Jeeping over Imogene, Black Bear, Red Mountain, Engineer, Mesquito, Tin Cup and a host of other high altitude passes is the ultimate though.

rcn

ATAR_i said...

ewww sounds like fun! I've never been to the rockies (I think I need to go now).

Anonymous said...

to rcn:
You make me homesick. I miss the fabulous Colorado Rockies. I love ghost towns and had many an anxious moment trying to mount the summit of Mosquito Pass and the road to Tin Cup in my Ford Taurus.

LOL - thank goodness it was a company car!!!

Anonymous said...

Yes Mosquito, the highest pass in Colorado is strictly intended for vehicles with four wheel drive and a high center of gravity.

Of all the passes i think I enjoyed Black Bear most. It is entered off the Silverton-Ouray highway near the top of Red Mountain Pass. It crosses the bridge between the top of Red mountain and Telluride. When you reach the top you look almost straight down on to Telluride and Bridal Veil falls which is below and to your left. The traffic is all one way, the way you are going, some of the hair-pin curves require backing a bit to get the front of the vehicle over enough to complete the turn. You descend the side of the mountain and end up in Telluride Rough terrain demands a high center of gravity and 4 wh. drive. You still can go to Telluride over Ophir, which begins a little way out of Silverton and is not nearly as rough, nor as high.

rcn

Anonymous said...

Reply to rcn.

I guess I missed my chance in Colorado. I never did traverse the Black Bear or the Red Mountain Pass - that I know of.

I drove the "Million Dollar Highway" from Silverton to Ouray and road the Silverton narrow gauge train.

Too bad I didn't take the "better" route through that area - in my Ford Taurus company car - LOL.

onthestreet said...

ATAR_i said...
rcn - you like the northwest?

STREET's Reply: Maybe the Northwest of Hell! (tongue in cheek). How you doin, bubs.

ATAR_i said...

ok, that was weird.

Anonymous said...

atar_i

Not having been to the Northwest before I'll have to wait to make a call. From all accounts I think Puget Sound and the Olympic Peninsula should be awesome.

Consider the source.....

rcn

ATAR_i said...

The Northwest is lovely!

onthestreet said...

Yes, and the lovely is East, and the East of Eden.