In the Rocky Mountain States we have what is called "The Code of the West". It is a series of articles letting people know in advance what they are in for when they move to the country. It tells of things to expect such as dirt roads, livestock (and their own emmissions), limited health care, and other things I grew up with (and took for granted) in Oklahoma. But in Colorado, they need to spell it out; however, farmers get sued because of their livestock (they stink...), people demand small (and limited income) townships to improve the roads, requests are made to aquire trash collection companies, and every thing you can think of to be changed, changed. Kinda defeats the purpose of getting away from it all. I mean, isn't it in the Constitution every American citizen is entitled to a Starbucks within 100 yards of their homes? I would move to Bardstown in a minute if I didn't own my own business and had too many things (life, what can I say) tying me down. Some days, I feel we are becoming a very selfish, ME-centric society. Do I feel for the claiments? Certainly, but how long have they been residents? What made them move there in the first place? I would bet it would be the quality of life. If Barton's is knowingly and willingly polluting, and there are in fact steps they could take to improve their facilies, of course they should improve. Now if you will excuse me, I need to get back with my attorney; it seems the Hot Brown I had this spring in Louisville may not have been the health food I felt it should have been. We need to legislate it so it is using organically grown tofu instead of ham, and I am thinking the gravy needs to be swapped for a soy milk based product.