Comments by BLiss

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Posted on July 3 at 9:20 a.m.

All said and done, civility between attorneys in the courtroom is necessary, important and wasn't observed. Calling opposing counsel names in front of the judge and public was improper, uncalled for and wrong regardless of what other circumstances existed. Opposing counsel was doing her job as Mr. Genis was supposed do his. Decorum, objectivity and adult behavior is needed to keep order and focus. Mr. Genis failed to contribute his required share to the whole and the judge recognized his failure.

On Attorney Found in Contempt of Court

Posted on September 11 at 3:32 p.m.

A time of this event would have been helpful.

On Carpinteria-Summerland Fire to Hold 9-11 Memorial

Posted on August 21 at 2:57 p.m.

To be fair to Huey Lewis, he wasn't feeling well. He left the stage without an encore (kinda felt like he didn't quite finish the set) and was immediately taken to Cottage Hospital. The word I get is that he was treated for "dehydration," but I can't find anything further about it anywhere! Aren't you a news agency?

On Huey Lewis and the News and Joe Cocker at the Santa Barbara Bowl

Posted on June 15 at 3:28 p.m.

I attended one of the debates between Lynn and Dudley and found out that Dudley is a contract employee, so Lynn could never have fired her, had he wanted to do so. Thus his "promises" not to fire her were disingenuous, at best. On the other hand, Lynn is an "at will" employee, not subject to contract. His circumstances differ from Dudley's and she wouldn't commit in advance to unknown future circumstances. That makes sense to me.

That said, we are jumping the gun, drawing all kinds of conclusions and pre-judging Dudley, Bramsen and Lynn without much information -- isn't that a bit premature? We don't know what Lynn and his followers have done or said inside the D.A.'s office following the election, what messages have been circulated, if any or what other actions may have given rise to this situation.

I for one am going to wait to see what develops before I decide whether I approve or disapprove of behavior by anyone involved here.

On Josh Lynn in Limbo

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