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Thank God it’s not Luke Simons.
It will probably be Luke Simons one day. I didn’t like one of Luke Simons’ videos not long ago, because I think that he kind of over-did it about being a farmer/rancher. However, I think that Luke is reachable, if someone wants to make a suggestion, and I don’t think that Luke is corrupt, yet.
There are some very strange things that have gone on in Dickinson, and continue to go on, that seem to be perpetuated by some local people who got ahead several generations ago, and their offspring who inherited their money, land, and businesses, are often even worse. If it were not for the oil boom in the 1950s, late 1970s, and 2010s, that caused so much money to come into Dickinson, I don’t think these strange families, and their strange ways, would have lived on and continued.
For instance, many of the business owners, land owners, and leaders in Dickinson commonly hire, install, and associate with individuals who have several felonies for drugs, robbery, and assault. There is an expression “People like people, who are like themselves”, or “Birds of a feather, flock together”. If you do some digging, you find that many of the local business owners, land owners, and leaders in Dickinson, who inherited their businesses, land, and money from their parents, they have had criminal records that have often been expunged, and they have done some very criminal things.
I am sick of Dickinson being so corrupt and criminal. But Luke Simons is not corrupt and criminal like most of the “leaders” in Dickinson.