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Comments for: Court finds New Hampshire violated Bigfoot’s right to free speech

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  • Anonymous

    New Hampshire park officials take themselves way to seriously.

  • Anonymous

    Patrick Hummel and Brian Warburton would be 1st class park rangers at ANP.  They will probably will be recruited. 

  • Anonymous

    How many ways can law enforcement find to pissaway our tax money?  Surely there must have been some hippies up there smoking a fat one watching the sunrise.  Or maybe some senior citizens on medication driving up the access road.

  • Anonymous

     I didnt know you had to get insurance before climbing Gulf Hagus!!! LMAO

  • Guest

    REALLY???

  • Anonymous

    I remember a guy named Bigfoot. He used to terrorize many here on the BDN posts.

    • Anonymous

       Aren’t Bigfoots a minority? or a protected species?

  • Anonymous

    This from the state of “Live Free or Die.”

  • Guest

    Just say NO!!!! enough is enough.. Do this, don’t do that, can’t you read the signs???????

  • Tom

    I saw Sasquatch and her children in the Waterville WalMart yesterday.

  • Anonymous

    The court said its ruling is a narrow one and rests on the assumption that Mount Monadnock is a traditional public forum, a position the Department of Resource and Economic Development took in Superior Court but, on appeal, instead argued the mountain was either a limited public forum or nonpublic forum, which would allow for some restrictions.

    I guess the powers that be should have made up their minds before they even went to court on this issue.  First they claim one thing before the Superior Court, then do a revaersal & claim something else before the Supreme Court.  Apparently, the Supreme Court was able to see through the false claims of the state in trying to block first amendment rights.  It’s about time a court finally got a decision right.

  • Anonymous

    Jonathan Doyle is the one wasting taxpayers money!

  • Anonymous

    Score one for the rights of the individual!

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