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Posted on August 31 at 3:16 p.m.

I also hear that there was a mountain biker on the grassy knoll in Dallas.....

On Good Deed Gone Really, Really Bad?

Posted on August 31 at 3:02 p.m.

FYI- California is know as "candy land" by people from other states. We are the official wussies of the USA. sure makes me feel great, lol

On Administration to Investigate Torture

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

aussie- the thing is, once it's closed, it won't be reopened(as much as they tell you it will be, we really know it won't). So in 30 years, you are going to have to take your grandkids to a trout farm if they want to catch a fish.

On The Fight for the Bight

Posted on July 31 at 5:12 p.m.

I'll have to back envirochemist on that one. If things go how i think they will, the fishermen will definitely get the shaft this time around. The extreme environmentalists have the momentum of a freight train in California and rarely lose any fight. In 100 years you will have to look in a history book to learn about fishing, off roading, hunting, etc...

On The Fight for the Bight

Posted on July 14 at 4:54 p.m.

that isn't big ron, its the guy from zodos. is that the next vanilla ice?

On Rapper Mickey Avalon Gets Into Scuffle With Bowl Security

Posted on May 15 at 9:36 a.m.

i think all someone has to do to get a good idea of what the homeless are like is go downtown, to the beach, to a park, etc... Anyone who thinks the statistics for homeless(being drunks, druggies, mentally ill) are even somewhat close to the "non-homeless" is only fooling themselves. I have some snake oil to sell if you guys are that gullible.

On Homeless Cite Increase in Violence

Posted on April 16 at 2:22 p.m.

Wasn't this land a dump at one point(until the 60's or something), and then was going to turn into a golf course? And now people defend it like it is pristine wilderness.

I wonder if most of these people trying to "protect" land from development would have done the same 50 years ago when their own homes/neighborhoods were being built?

On CPA Lawyers Net Cash Award

Posted on April 14 at 8:09 a.m.

From what I've heard from some higher-ups at cottage, the earthquake regs were first, followed by the decision to build a state of the art hospital. The new one is even smaller than the old one thanks to SB not allowing the additional story(which was something like 5 ft too tall).

On None

Posted on April 13 at 4:57 p.m.

Citti- It was not cottage who decided to build the new hospital. They have to per the earthquake regs that the government enacted several years ago. You think they want to pay over a half billion dollars(between the SB and Goleta hospitals) all for little gain, and in SB's case, fewer beds?

"The reason that we're building a completely new hospital is because we want to be compliant with the present seismic legislation,"

On None

Posted on March 9 at 3:24 p.m.

Most people in the US could work hard their entire lives and still not afford to live here in SB, yet we feel we HAVE to accommodate people who have not worked hard?

Where is the motivation for these people to get better if they are already on top of the world?

Lazy days at the beach apparently make past problems go away.

On ACLU Sues City

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