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USFS Reduces fire restrictions for the San Bernardino National Forest

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SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — Recent and incoming winter weather has prompted officials with San Bernardino National Forest to reduce fire restrictions beginning Wed., Dec. 5, 2018. The new restrictions mean:

• Campfires will again be allowed at all U.S. Forest Service campgrounds on the forest. Most of them, however, are currently closed for the winter season, but fires at yellow-post sites (semi-developed campsites) are now allowed where a Forest Service-provided fire ring is present. Campfires outside official fire rings are not allowed on the San Bernardino National Forest under these restrictions.

• Target shooting will also be allowed at designated areas. Visitors participating in this activity must check the daily fire danger rating at 909-383-2997 and listen for the area they plan to shoot within. They must use the correct types of firearms, ammunition and targets and pick up all targets, casings and any other trash before leaving. Target shooting information can be found on the forest’s target shooting guide.

See attached Forest Service Order Below:


forest_order_no._05-12-00-18-01_fire_restrictions_order.pdf

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That's great, now that the forest and all campsites are closed off for winter. Actually i don't mind being home by a nice fire with a nice crockpot of something hot and good. Close enough to camping butcwith all the modern inconveniences...

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Polar Orbit
Mar 26 : 04:11pm
Time to move this to political topics?

Lumber Jill ⭐
Mar 26 : 02:45pm
You feel sorry for HIS family having to relive this?! What about his victims? They were victimized twice... once by him and once by parents that were too star- struck to acknowledge what was going on. They live with it constantly, every day.

Tlingit
Mar 26 : 12:06pm
I'd want my day in court RMG. I wouldn't "pay off people spreading lies about me". But I digress.. He was a talent for sure, but deceased or not, regardless of how much time has passed, should be responsible for their actions while alive. I don't subscribe to the coddling of anyone who has done wrong. Not saying he did, but the 200 million and 20 accusations kinda raises an eyebrow..

RookieMtnGoat
Mar 26 : 11:40am
If I had the money, I can see paying off people who were spreading lies about me rather than go through a very public defense of every single item. I have not seen "Leaving Neverland" and probably never will, because I think it is inappropriate to publicly drag someone's name through the mud [again] so long after they are gone.

I feel really sorry for his children and other family members and close friends who have to keep reliving this.

The question I have about all the alleged victims... where were their parents when all this was happening? Did they not suspect something? Or was hanging with a rich guy more important than wondering what was happening with your kid?

Tlingit
Mar 26 : 11:00am
Those with power and money take advantage of lots of people. Why would MJ pay 200 million dollars in settlements in 20 cases? I wouldn't if I were innocent. would you? Just saying...

BootsNBridles
Mar 26 : 10:22am
While MJ had some serious issues I have never believe child molestation to be one of them. Were there kids he wanted to 'befriend' that didn't get what they wanted and felt let down? Likely. Lots of people take advantage of those with power and money.

Radha
Mar 26 : 09:37am
I understand the appearance of guilt. I won't try to convince anyone with a few simple words.

My close friend cooked at Neverland and lived there. I ineracted with him a half dozen times and catered a huge event.

This October, I met his therapist at a 2 week convention in Lake Arrowhead. She goes after child abusers, but said Michael wasn't one.

Who's to know the truth...

Quakes
Mar 26 : 08:48am
Radha, the "Leaving Neverland" program was rather forceful. It blew me away with how many people immediately changed their opinions about MJ just from that one documentary. Those 2 men did seem genuinely hurt and the way they went into such detail was what made a lot of people believe them. It was very conflicting for me because all these years, MJ was seen as a sensitive, childlike, and sympathetic person who wanted to have a childhood he never had. I would safely say that I've been on the fence about "Leaving Neverland."

Quakes
Mar 26 : 08:44am
The seismic activity is heating up again. Magnitude 2.8 in the Fontana area

Radha
Mar 26 : 08:33am
MJ was a good guy, don't believe everything you read. My friends worked for him too.

Cap'n Crunch
Mar 26 : 07:14am
CK - Speaking of Thriller, my friend was MJ's road manager and did the tour in Japan. His daughter was one year old at the time and they have a pic of MJ holding her and posing for the camera. Talk about creepy!

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Hugereilly
Mar 25 : 11:46pm
Amazing talent....dubious character...judge them both separately.

Hugereilly
Mar 25 : 11:43pm
Benny, or for anyone else interested in the very long video of "Thriller"... [Click Here]



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