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2 thoughts on “Higher hurdle for artificial turf

  1. Yesterday, July 12, I visited two plastic & ground rubber fields at Valley Ridge Center in SeaTac. These fields were installed two years ago, according to staff. I took off my shoes at mid-field and ran to the concrete sidelines. My bare feet were burnt from the heat of the fields; I can still feel the burn this morning. Not smart, but it proves a point. This stuff does not belong in our parks, whatever the hell it is.

  2. Is that your new argument Chris? that the fields are too hot? I thought the problem was pollution?

    Get your story straight. What the heck are you doing at a soccer field anyway? Don’t you have a job? Or is your job to be a pest?

    So you decided to walk on the fields in the hottest time of the year. let me guess, you did this around 3 pm as well?

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