Illegal Flea Market on 119 at Baxter

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Re: Illegal Flea Market on 119 at Baxter

Postby Tohotforharlan » Sat Oct 09, 2010 2:03 am

People just don't care abut anyone but themselves anymore, it is getting ridiculous, especially here in Harlan. Maybe if the police would actually uphold those littering fines they may slow people down. I doubt it but, worth a try right??
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Re: Illegal Flea Market on 119 at Baxter

Postby Brandon » Sat Oct 09, 2010 6:29 am

Guest wrote:Brandon posed the bears to tug at your heart strings.


Heart strings? I wouldn't dare. :P They were seriously there just like that.
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Re: Illegal Flea Market on 119 at Baxter

Postby Fox » Sun Oct 10, 2010 8:55 pm

He doesn't even know what a heart string is. LOL
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Re: Illegal Flea Market on 119 at Baxter

Postby Jack Rabbit » Mon Oct 11, 2010 4:46 am

Fox wrote:He doesn't even know what a heart string is. LOL

What like you do? :lol:
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Re: Illegal Flea Market on 119 at Baxter

Postby Fox » Mon Oct 11, 2010 8:18 pm

The chordae tendineae, or heart strings, are cord-like tendons that connect the papillary muscles to the tricuspid valve and the mitral valve in the heart.
Chordae tendineae are approximately 80% collagen, while the remaining 20% is made up of elastin and endothelial cells.


....technically speaking. HAHAHA!
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Re: Illegal Flea Market on 119 at Baxter

Postby Brandon » Mon Oct 11, 2010 8:27 pm

i dont think i want to tug any of those.
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Re: Illegal Flea Market on 119 at Baxter

Postby the fluke » Mon Oct 11, 2010 8:45 pm

wah wah wah :cry: i wish i had my dolly.
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Re: Illegal Flea Market on 119 at Baxter

Postby Disabled » Sun Apr 10, 2011 6:47 am

You and I both know the police are not going to do nothing about littering.And as far as the "gun traders" what alot of you dont understand is it is not legal to buy or sale firearms without a license for firearms sell.If you buy or salel a gun there,how do you know if it is stolen or not?How do you know if the person that is buying or saleing the gun is legal to have one? And I have been at this fleamarket when the cops has found stolen guns befor.So why don't the police check and see if these "GUN TRADERS" are legal to sale guns.Pawn shops,Walmart,and other legal people have to have a license to do so,why dont these people??This is one of the reasons that people that are not supposed to have guns,do have guns!!
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Re: Illegal Flea Market on 119 at Baxter

Postby GFunkMoneyDog » Sun Apr 10, 2011 9:03 am

Private sales of firearms in Kentucky is legal.
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Re: Illegal Flea Market on 119 at Baxter

Postby Pappy » Sun Apr 10, 2011 9:36 am

Guest wrote:I've often wondered why these people get by with setting up there. The trash is deplorable.

In addition to that problem, they were setting up at 5:30a the other morning and almost caused a wreck. Several people have pulled out in front of cars, stopped suddenly on the highway and worse, make U turns at the end of the barrier there without thought of those behind or in front of them.

As bad as the county needs money, these people need to buy privilege licenses like any other business has to do to operate a business.

Where to they get all the stuff they sell anyway?

Where do they get all that stuff?From guys like you who dump it.
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Re: Illegal Flea Market on 119 at Baxter

Postby Wild » Sun Apr 10, 2011 9:42 am

Just asking now.. but didnt Harlan at one time have a flea market? I was also told there used to be a place where you could get fresh veggies? Where is that at now?
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Re: Illegal Flea Market on 119 at Baxter

Postby Brandon » Sun Apr 10, 2011 9:55 am

Flea Market was on Sookie Ridge where the dollar store is now. Ropers had fresh veggies there past the coal monument, then there was a place under the bridge going into old Baxter. Sure there were others.
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Re: Illegal Flea Market on 119 at Baxter

Postby Kelli » Sun Apr 10, 2011 11:14 am

Brandon wrote:Flea Market was on Sookie Ridge where the dollar store is now. Ropers had fresh veggies there past the coal monument, then there was a place under the bridge going into old Baxter. Sure there were others.



There also used to be a flea market over where Kentucky Farm Bureau Ins. is now. I remember my aunt and uncle taking us there when we were little.
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Re: Illegal Flea Market on 119 at Baxter

Postby Pappy » Sun Apr 10, 2011 6:00 pm

Kelli wrote:
Brandon wrote:Flea Market was on Sookie Ridge where the dollar store is now. Ropers had fresh veggies there past the coal monument, then there was a place under the bridge going into old Baxter. Sure there were others.



There also used to be a flea market over where Kentucky Farm Bureau Ins. is now. I remember my aunt and uncle taking us there when we were little.

And you were banned for molesting the Melons.
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Re: Illegal Flea Market on 119 at Baxter

Postby den » Sun Apr 10, 2011 7:29 pm

There is a indoor flea market on the 4 mile road just above black mtn. office it is open sat. an sun .
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