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Posted on June 1 at 9:39 a.m.
but we get such LOW turnout for the little issues in the odd years that even Measure P got negative vote based on all the oil folk voting en masse in an off-year odd-year election. This is hardly "democratic", Gerry.
On Keep City Council Elections in Odd Years
Posted on May 22 at 11:54 a.m.
Terrific article, thank you Nick. The NYTimes has shown at of 1700 pipeline companies Plains is in the #4 position for most fractions per year. Remember when the oil-loving "NO on P" folks scared voters into No on P with their threats of massive litigation vs. SB County. It not only scared voters but apparently frightened the Independent since in Oct. 2014 they endorsed NO on P - blasphemy, and certainly NOT pro-environment.
On Huge Oversight Gap on Refugio Pipeline
Posted on May 22 at 11:48 a.m.
pk writes to Jarvis: "[You are] Caught in yet another clear lie, Jarvis," on Nick's OVERSIGHT article... scores agree that you're a troll, JJ, so I'm hardly alone. And yeah, you need psychiatric assistance.
On As Refugio Oil Slick Spreads, Spill Estimate Rises
Posted on May 22 at 11:15 a.m.
My apology to you, Bookman for poor writing, and dp14 is correct, I should've written, "You see, bookman...." My aim was at trollJarvis, who has stated a number of times that he makes his stupid comments just to exercise fools like us so he can, as he writes, "shoot some fish in a barrel" and have a few laughs. I am on team gaia.
Posted on May 21 at 1:17 p.m.
@HowGreen...I'm on the record AGAINST desal over many years, and am working against the current stupid idea of bringing it back, and largely because of the pollution involved...and the cost. Yes, it's tragic.
On Big Oil Spill Along Refugio Coast
Posted on May 21 at 1:12 p.m.
we read you for laughs, JJ, at your moronic comments...see bookman, he just wants to goad you so he can, as he brags, "shoot some fish in a barrel" since he's utterly bored with his own existence, mired in his own BS. Poor man, send him a peaceful thought, he definitely needs psychiatric help.
Posted on May 21 at 1:10 p.m.
It does not amaze ME "that somebody who is smart enough to graduate medical school can easily see that" the very wide availability of lethal guns and masses of ammo contributes to horrific tragedies like this one in IV. Loon's comparison to cars is invalid, try again dude.Agree with nativeson that many "of the shooters who committed mass murder have been addicted to violent video games, which increase the isolation endemic in the technology-oriented society(.)" which is not the same as a DEEP cause but it exacerbates the tendency.
On 'Sometimes You Hear the Bullet'
Posted on May 21 at 1:03 p.m.
I miss Pavlako's on Milpas!
On Public Market a Success
Posted on May 19 at 1:02 p.m.
agree it's a civil/legal matter, shouldn't be religiously-based. The TORAH is the 5 Book of the Law (of Moses), the Talmud and Mishnah are different. In EXODUS below the first Ten Commandments observant Jews are told to stone "witches" to death, and so on, and slavery is approved (but only hold a fellow Jew in slavery for 7 years)...and so on.
On The Judiciary
Posted on May 13 at 11:24 a.m.
actually, Jarvis, you NEED this center-left publication since it's the only one that FREELY allows your grotesque rants and illiterate kaka to be read by others. Please, thank the left, eh? Were you a red diaper baby?
On <em>The Independent</em> Wins Seven State Awards