Friday, April 26, 2013

Willits Bypass Photo Tour

The Willits News has a photo tour of the bypass area and construction. They even include pictures of the downed trees and stumps of where some of the tree sitters were living. Not sure if that's meant as a dig directed at the tree sitters, in sympathy with them, or just an item of interest.


At 8:12 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Henchman Of Justice" says,

Pictures are cool.


1) Picture #2 = a citizen of the state can't be a trespasser, really.

2)Ummm, Media Center hacks the users ability to view all pictures. How? By forcing another f'ing poll/survey. These links get more and more "bait and switch" to "Bait and ADD".

Praise to Alah says says, It is like screw the internet for all the extra hardships, lalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalala - Freedom of Speech baby!!!!

At 8:22 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, a citizen of the state can be a trespasser. There are numerous examples of situations where average everyday people aren't allowed on state property for safety, security or other reasons. This is supported by a mountain of case law.

At 8:23 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, and Media Center isn't associated with this website. If you don't like Media Center, uninstall it from your computer. I got no polls or surveys when viewing the entire set of photos/

At 11:13 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Henchman Of Justice" says,

Anonymous - Media Center had to do with the Willits paper and the main link and it appeared after the sixth picture or so. There is no media center installed on outside computers when it is a forced survey to the pictures, fyi.

As far as trespassing, no kidding Sherlock Holmes that there is case law and other laws and mountains of it every place the eye beholds, but it is wishy washy to use "trespass" versus "off limits".

One is a denial of right (trespass) versus the other of being a limitation of use (temporary closure).

On Sundays, when construction is ceased or whenever labor law dictates "time -off", HOJ enters upon "The Peoples" state construction project sites to take pictures too; and, does so safely and without graffiti, thieving, dumping debris, etc... (see, it can be done, shocking) - HOJ

At 11:27 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry Henchman, but I receive no such prompt to install anything on my computer, and I viewed the entire set of photos.

At 7:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


different time and place. Maybe the ad was for a limited time only. Good that you could view all the photos. Any that ya like? Or, are you more concerend with somehow finding blame on HOJ for a survey ad that HOJ was inconvenienced with? - HOJ


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