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Letter continued page not the landowner's fault for letting you ride there or for not removing that darn rock that you didn't see. Instead of trying to sue, you should be thankful that they let you use their land. A judge should see that you are your own responsibility when you are riding an ATV.

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I was obligated to write this on behalf of my favorite sport because all I ever see anymore are "no off road vehicles" signs posted where we once rode. I am not some crazy revolutionistthat wants to ride anywhereI please, I am a normal 19-year-old that enjoys the sport. I am not writing this because I am upset. I am writing this for the individuals, the families, the industries, and for family fun.

It makes me wonder about what kind of world my children will have to grow up in.

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All students of East Side School and their parents are encouraged to attend an Open House at East Side School on Wednesday, August 20th from 5-7 p.m.

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Did you know?

Accordingto USHole In One, theoddsof an amateur golfer making a hole in one on a par 3 hole are roughly

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The odds of a professional golfer making a

hole in one on a par 3 hole are closer to 2,500 to

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A golfer who has made aces on consecutive par 3 holes? The odds of that feat run at nearly 156,250,000 to 1: roughly the same chances as winning the Powerball lottery (at least if you hit the lottery you could buy a lot of golf lessons!).

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Several minutes into the journey the man notices that the driver has taken a wrong turn. He leans forward and taps the driver on the shoulder to correct him. The driver gives out an almighty shriek and rolls the car upside down into a ditch.

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To which the injured driver replied, "I'm really sorry about that, but I've been driving a herse for the last 26 years!"

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