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Posted on November 3 at 7:37 p.m.
santabarbarasand said: "He wanted to make a statement, he did, it inconvenienced people but so what? If more people made a stink about what they believed was right, and if people would stop their run in the rat race for a minute and care, the world would be a much better place."
Well I had a family member miss a very important medical procedure this afternoon. So F#$& this guy. There are plenty of crazies in SB, why should he get all the attention? Also, when someone goes onto a freeway overpass with a gun and a mask, what do they expect to happen? If he did shoot a car on the freeway, all of you would be complaining that the sheriff SHOULD have closed the freeway and were idiots not to.
This guy is not only crazy, but he is selfish and greedy as well.
On UPDATED: Avoid the 101
Posted on October 30 at 11:26 a.m.
SB is normally pretty quiet, so when something does happen, they all want to be hero's and save the day. I think if something similar to this happened in oxnard, their police would be able to control themselves a little better with the experience they have dealing with this sort of thing.
I too can vouch that SBPD will not let you get a sweatshirt or shoes to stay warm while they are talking/questioning you, even in the rain!
On Stabbing Raises Many Questions
Posted on October 23 at 9:35 a.m.
I can not grasp the 3rd grade logic around here. You people assume that if someone drives a nice car, or lives in a nice home, they obviously must be an a** hole. What a Joke! Surely it is not possible to care about other people and care about the environment if you drive a lexus, mercedes, bmw, etc... That would be impossible. Has anyone ever driven by naples in the past 20 years, there are more homes there right now than anywhere between else between hollister ranch and elwood, yet this land is now considered pristine? I have lived in SB my entire life and if we are going to have more building, I would rather see more luxury homes than condo's or town homes. Would you rather live in carmel, or salinas?
If everyone opposing naples has the same logic as some of these posters, no wonder they didn't win their argument.
On Naples Approved 3-2
Posted on October 17 at 4:53 p.m.
If we all fed our dogs table scraps, we wouldn't have to worry about what food company makes the most environmentally conscious foods. Better yet, take them to a park and let them hunt down a nice squirrel or gopher, that way you can solve a few problems at once.
On Reduce Your Pet's Carbon Footprint
Posted on July 7 at 5:04 p.m.
I think most people go out for a quick hike and think nothing of it to just bring a 20oz waterbottle. everytime i go hiking or biking with my dog, i always fill up my 100oz camelbak and bring a small plastic bowl for the dog. i think some people must worry about the added weight of the water. I am 23 and have heard of stories like these 100 times. Have some people never heard of this kind of thing before? Better to have it and not use it than to need it and not have it.
On Hot Days, No Water, and Dead Dogs
Posted on July 7 at 2:32 p.m.
Let me ask this. How much pollution is released from a fire the size of Gap or Zaca(9k and 240k acres, respectively)? Based on the amount of smoke going into the air for that long, one must assume it is a great amount. I always see all this talk about how we humans cause all of the damage to the environment with our cars/factories/etc.. lets see some numbers on how much damage a wildfire does.
Also, fires 100 years ago never had human help to be put out, thus letting them burn until they couldn't burn any longer. Im sure every square inch of this state has been burned several times over the last tens of thousands of years, yet the fires now are somehow linked to what humans have done our last 100 years???
On Gap Fire: A Sign of Global Warming?
Posted on July 7 at 12:21 p.m.
DarkMarcsun is a genius! end of story.
On Arrests Made in 4th of July Homicide
Posted on June 27 at 8:45 a.m.
If you don't know who he is and what he makes, then you need to check out google my friend. 2.4M results for his name.
On Seymour Duncan Garage Sale -- 06/28/08 at 5427 Hollister Ave.
Posted on June 19 at 9:17 a.m.
Wasn't one of the points of the "hidden costs of mountain biking" the fact that the bikes had tendencies of damaging the trails and surrounding plants? What do you think the guy with the jackhammer is doing? I guess that is beneficial destruction, lol!maybe they will pave the trail some time in the future to get rid of any more "dangerous" areas.
On Trail Picture Becoming Brighter
Posted on June 11 at 9:28 a.m.
maybe they will have to commit suicide on the way to the bridge instead. Since you can't jump off it, should we now put a barrier between the lanes on 154 to keep them from driving head on into an unsuspecting motorist?
On Caltrans Gives Public Glimpse of Cold Spring Suicide Barrier
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