That has been the top story on their news page all afternoon. It gives a feel for what's going to be in the story. I was afraid the BLM might react the way they seem to be reacting ...
Oh, and they kind of make me out to be the ringleader of our little group ... which I didn't encourage. I'm kinda embarrassed by it. My wife commented that the story makes me sound like "the king of the jeep club."
Because of DavidsonLaw the rip in my seat is now gone and ice cream is sweeter.
Really ... I'm embarrassed by some of this. I told them that someone else was the one who found the video and that we were really just a bunch of guys who like jeeping and not some highly organized entity. I did get a kick out of them filming me behind the wheel ... I didn't even know they were doing that.
Just saw you on the news, DavidsonLaw. Not really sure why the news felt the need to protect the vandals identity. I really wanted them outed. What was your impression of the BLM? Do you think they'll follow up on this or just let the publicity die down a little?
I saw a few more comments on their YouTube page. Not very flattering.
Davidson, can I join your club? Will be get t-shirts?
Michael, I think it was very good. What I think was important was the fact a Jeep club wanted help clean it up. It was said a few time. Even if the BLM never get their act together “The Jeep’ club made the effort.
More adventures of YouStupidBunny. So, the wife and I headed south of Goodsprings today. When I stopped to disconnect my sway links, I noticed I left my gas cap off again. I lost the cap strap a long time ago and usually just set the cap on the tail light while filling up. I'm on gas cap number four so far this year.
This is the view we had as I unlinked and rigged a ziplock bag to replace my lost gas cap.