DeadlyKungFu wrote:Don't blame the rangers, with a smile and a good attitude how much different from them are you? It's community, be an example not another village idiot.
I wasn't blaming the Rangers, more stating that the issue is beyond them (the ranger I mentioned earlier was clearly at wits end trying to manage a very difficult situation with very few actual resources).
As I see it when a bunch of Yahoo's or Clue-tards drives an illegal car in front of you, or a bunch of people hop the burn fence to be in front of you, there are four options; 1) accept the situation 2) try to personally convince them of their error 3) ask an authority figure to try to convince them of their error 4) take matters into our own hands and disable (or tip over) their vehicle or jump the fence also and sit in front of them (or spray them with beer like one person in our group wanted to do). Of these 4 options, the only one that was not tried was #4 (inappropriate in my view, however tempting). Ultimately we accepted the situation.
If there was a perimeter for pedestrians only, it would at least help with the vehicle situation. Yahoo's and Clue-tards will probably always be a problem.