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Re: “Fun for a Cause

Fishiding.com supports and sponsors carp eradication from our nation's waterways. Help reclaim fish habitat with reclaimed artificial fish habitat products from fishiding.com

Posted by peepaw on 05/25/2011 at 4:47 PM

Re: “Bow Fishing the Lowly Carp

wow you might think a writer could find a better subject than killing creatures for sport . killing for sport and eating your prey is ok by me but the senseless killing of carp by bowhunters....( it isnt fishing) with the idea of making them into fertilizer is unsportsman like to the nth degree.
why do carp have such a low self esteem in the usa ? its because man polluted and continues to pollute the waters and carp being a hardy fish ( thats one of the reasons they were brought over here in the first place) were some of the only fish able to survive mans polluting ways. hence the term trash fish

while it may be a stretch.... carp are responsible for the infrastructure of the united states as we know it today . Brought over as a food fish for the immigrants ( who were used to eating them in their native countries) those immigrants built the roads and railways of the united states and helped connect east/west north south of the usa.

please dont continue to aggrandize the useless killing of animals, fish etc

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Posted by mark on 05/21/2011 at 12:56 PM

Re: “Velodrome Spins Out

Same old story, lots of money, no velodrome
check out www.velopork.com - this happened in Albuquerque but ten million was spent.

Posted by TheHOG on 05/08/2011 at 2:15 AM

Re: “Boston Marathon 2011

Congratulations, Sarah! That is a great accomplishment(obviously)...thanks for the write-up.

Posted by dlb on 04/30/2011 at 7:54 PM

Re: “Futbol

This is a great article that demonstrates the power that futbol can have to unite the world. Check out my blog for the latest information about the beautiful game with stats, highlights, and all there is to know. Futbolfutbol is the place to go!

Posted by rich_rivers on 04/26/2011 at 8:51 AM

Re: “Treasure Valley Roller Girls Open Season Against Southern Oregon

I have watched these women a few times at the fairgrounds. Rough, Tough, Competitive, and still ladies. Nurse Nancy is one of the best, but the whole thing is worth the price. You will have a great time. These ain't your granpa's roller girls!

Posted by Cyclops388 on 04/14/2011 at 8:22 AM

Re: “Us Against Phlegm

It is proven that heterosexual men who are unsure of their masculinity spit in the presence of other men.

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Posted by itstrue on 04/09/2011 at 10:46 PM

Re: “Ready or Not, Race to Robie Creek Will Hurt

Oye, I am headed up today for a practice run. First timer here too.

Posted by aubreybrower on 04/08/2011 at 8:57 AM

Re: “Timewarp

Mwj - contact the SCA in Boise at baronyarnhold.org/Home.html.

Posted by Deanna Darr, Features Editor on 03/10/2011 at 9:33 AM

Re: “Timewarp

I just want to know where in boise idaho i have to go to sign up and do this somebody please help me!!!

Posted by Mwj on 03/09/2011 at 9:29 PM

Re: “The Writing on the Rocks: Petroglyphs in Our Back Yard

A reader called earlier this week with concern that the following sentence in the above story about the boulders on which petroglyphs are found was potentially inaccurate:

"They are often located on the flat faces of boulders left where prehistoric Lake Bonneville once was."

The possible inaccuracy was the origin of the boulder, and whether the boulders were instead displaced from the Snake River Canyon. A little digging turned up another possible scenario: that the boulders were actually glacial deposits.

So King went to the expert he'd originally interviewed in his story, Boise State's Mark Plew, an expert in the field of Great Basin archaeology.

According to Plew: “A majority of the Celebration Park petroglyph boulders are associated with the Bonneville Lake episode.”

Just for good measure, we consulted David Wilkins, chair of the department of Geosciences at Boise State. His answer:

"Some 14,500 years ago, Lake Bonneville reached its highest level, covering about 50,000 square kilometers of Utah with some overlap in Nevada and Idaho. To give you an idea, Salt Lake City airport would have been about 1,000 feet under water. Lake Bonneville didn't cover this part of Idaho, though. The boulders (vernacularly referred to as "melon gravels") are deposits from the Bonneville Flood, which resulted when an earthen barrier at Red Rock Pass (east of Malad City and northwest of Preston) gave way about the time of the highest lake level. About half of the lake poured out through this breach, likely over several months, with flow rates of up to one million cubic meters/second and velocities of up to 70 mph. This is likely the 'Lake Bonneville episode' that Dr. Plew refers to. The floodwaters entered the Snake River Plain at American Falls and traveled down the Snake River Canyon, gouging out large rocks and carving canyons as it went. There are other fields of these melon gravels elsewhere in the floodpath. Just past the canyon constriction at Swan Falls, the floodwaters would have been very fast as it surged and slowed as it entered the wide flats around Celebration Park, depositing those boulders."

For more on the subject, check out Wilkins' Powerpoint presentation at https://public.me.com/dwilkinsboise 

Posted by Rachael Daigle, Editor on 02/18/2011 at 3:34 PM

Re: “3rd Rail Jam Brings Hip-Hop To The Mountain

GO DOLAMARX!!! Get ur butt back to JERSEY now!

Posted by jmarx55 on 02/13/2011 at 6:25 AM

Re: “Taking Cycling Indoors for the Winter

Yeah - it would be nice to live in San Diego or somewhere else warm so I could train outside all year, but in New England, I spend a lot of time on the trainer too. Fortunately, I am a big fan of the Office, so I do ok. Here are some more suggestions for making your trainer riding more interesting: http://www.montaguebikes.com/folding-bikes…

Posted by LBJ on 02/09/2011 at 2:01 PM

Re: “New Times at Tamarack

Ah yes, much better. Thanks!

Posted by swieland on 02/08/2011 at 9:11 AM

Re: “New Times at Tamarack

Nope - it wasn't just you. Thanks for bringing it to our attention. Hopefully it has been fixed now.

Posted by Deanna Darr, Features Editor on 02/07/2011 at 2:22 PM

Re: “New Times at Tamarack

Is it me, or is this entire article a hyperlink?

Posted by swieland on 02/07/2011 at 2:14 PM

Re: “A New Perspective

I'm thrilled to have a young man like Salim now calling Boise home. I remember talking to his high school basketball mentor Canaan Chatman about Salim years ago and I know he completely understands what it means to excel and be part of a community.

Our paths may have crossed at a young men's leadership weekend I helped produce in Joseph, Oregon. That is where I met Canaan. Canaan's Portland basketball mentoring program is named Inner City Players... www.innercityplayers.org. I've supported the program for the past 9 years.

Posted by Dave Green on 01/05/2011 at 2:16 PM

Re: “65 Days or Bust

Matt - to funny - I was watching the news tonight and they did a piece on you and your dad. They said Chet Pipkin and I thought hey that sounds familiar. Just looked in my Mana Ha Sa / ( ask your dad ) . Your dad and I were in school together I believe. He was a year ahead of me. Small world . Duane / M - - - Oh by the way you didn't want that guys ^ money anyway. Dont need no grumps money.

Posted by Duane on 12/13/2010 at 10:04 PM

Re: “BBSEF Unleashes Shredder

He said. "I just think kids are dying for it" ahhahahah !!! This is true in so many ways! first off. The "Lubek Lubricator" is not well suited and or trained to coach.. haahah this will be interesting! And good luck with the 20ft. jumps to train on.

Posted by team shred lol on 10/21/2010 at 11:34 AM

Re: “Mountain Bikers Find Surprise Solace in Colombia

The coffee you get in the "backcountry restaurants" is pretty bad because the good export quality coffee gets sold either at Juan Valdez coffee shops or exported. This generates more profit and in a poor country people are not willing to pay the price foreigners are willing to pay for good coffee. That's why...

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Posted by Juan on 10/10/2010 at 8:00 PM


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