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Posted on March 25 at 2:41 p.m.
Face facts Loon. High quality herb will NEVER be cheap. Even if it's legalized, it will be taxed, regulated and growers will take their cut. So unless you want to grow it yourself, be prepared to pay through the nose to get high, especially with the good stuff.
On 3 Men Arrested with $3 Million of Weed on San Miguel Island
Posted on March 25 at 10:18 a.m.
No, if the government doesn't get involved in providing this service, then the government and the taxpayer won't be liable for these types of problems.
Should they be able to go after the landlord if they notify the landlord doesn't fix the problem? Yes, but the landlord should be able to evict them to resolve it as well if that is necessary.
Section 8 is never worth it for the landlord. I'm really surprised any landlords remain in the program.
On Jury Reaches Verdict in Mold Lawsuit
Posted on March 25 at 9:55 a.m.
That's what we get for having "affordable" housing. The government pays for it then gets sued for it's trouble. Dump low income housing projects and let entitled low income people seek housing elsewhere.
Now does anyone wonder why there's a dearth of section 8 housing in SB?
Posted on March 25 at 2:45 a.m.
A little elitism in the weed business, huh Loon?
Only the top quality hydroponically grown bud goes into your lungs I bet!
But I suppose if I smoked, I'd feel the same way.
Posted on March 24 at 11:09 a.m.
This is basically a statutory rape case. But he should receive a longer sentence because he's a teacher.
On High School Coach Pleads No Contest to Sex with Minor
Posted on March 24 at 7:40 a.m.
"Market forces and Capitalism just don’t give us our share of the American pie."
That is the telling statement isn't it? The law of supply and demand. Those that are willing to pay to live here win out over those that aren't or can't. You should set your sights on living in a location with more housing supply and less housing demand. There are plenty of those places around. Good luck to you.
On The State of the City
Posted on March 24 at 6:33 a.m.
It really doesn't work that way. Some cities will never have poor people living there. (unless they're homeless)
How many poor people live in Palo Alto? Or Manhattan? Even San Francisco has only a few poor people left over from rent control, but their numbers are dwindling and soon San Francisco will only be home to the rich.
Sure, Palo Alto has a McDonald's, hotel maids and other low paid workers, but none of them live there.
On Evicted Isla Vista Tenants Settle Court Case
Posted on March 23 at 7:52 p.m.
It's all about the benjamins. Student rentals produce more income. Income is the ultimate goal of any landlord.
Posted on March 23 at 12:16 p.m.
It's certainly understandable why you'd rather focus on correcting minor grammatical and spelling errors than to address the content of what you are attempting to defend. You seem more interested in defending political correctness at the expense of free speech and you classify anyone that disagrees with you as a racist and filled with hate.
If I were you, I would rather focus on grammatical and spelling mistakes as well than to try to defend that position.
On Tempest in a Teepee at SBCC
Posted on March 23 at 8:39 a.m.
Anybody that isn't willing to sacrifice free speech for political correctness is a racist jerk and filled with hate. Does that about cover it?