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Posted on February 27 at 5:48 p.m.
nice going, Botany! I also have a "hard time with a party that says that government regulation of assault weapons and 50 round magazine clips is a violation of their rights, while they also say it's the government's business what a woman does with her own body."Much better education -- both parental in the home and at public school -- is part of the answer, and with women teaching girls and young women (and boys) how to respect their own bodies and avoid long-term stuff until "ready". And you called it about yourself, reality, "Pro-Lifers are clearly radical and woman-hating." Too bad.
On Pro-Life Movement in America
Posted on February 27 at 6:03 a.m.
Agree with the letter's author! I've lived near W. Valerio for over 25 years and it's pretty much become as she describes: HIGHWAY TO THE MESA. Easy solution, let's see Helene use government power to MANDATE closure of Calle Canon [this is the extension of W. Valerio going over the Mesa to Hendry's or Mesa Shopping Center]. Close Calle Canon to save kids. We could turn the path into a walking and child free-play area.
On Highway West Valerio
Posted on February 26 at 10:55 a.m.
"foo likes to yank the gals' chain...ignore his crud", like absurd sh!t like "Women won the righst [sic] to kill their offspring, parent alone, live in poverty, and become wholly dependent "troll!
On Women's Issues Are <em>Still</em> an Issue
Posted on February 25 at 9:20 a.m.
having clambered up Cathedral a few times via frontside and Arlington Pk en route to La Cumbre Pk...uh, it's wild and even admirable to tackle Cathedral Pk from the backside... guess you'd start from La Cumbre...poor Lanny, he'll never live it down asking for GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE in his fog and his daring. Most of these libertarians are like that: they huff and they puff, 'doan NEED no gummint help!' ...oops, until they do, and then they gratefully accept those green Treasury checks whilst continuing to lambaste the gummint...
On Project Rescue Flight – A Lifesaver
Posted on February 25 at 9:14 a.m.
foo likes to yank the gals' chain...ignore his crud
Posted on February 23 at 6:50 p.m.
foo spend a little time meditating why you are so incredibly invested in whining about public pensions, privatizing education, and insulting immigrants. Oh yea, and I did work my way through college for several degrees, but I wasn't homeless, which is the point of the article. And with your clairvoyance you just know "They easily spend $100 on just pot and booze in just one week. " Feelin the itch there brother, go ahead, move to Detroit and get that pot and booze in just one week: your dream, foo.
On Homeless Czar Outlines Action Plan to Get People off Streets
Posted on February 20 at 7:46 p.m.
Ray Ford's recent photos of greatly diminished Lake Cachuma are spot on: http://www.independent.com/news/2014/...
On Love Me, Love My Dog
Posted on February 20 at 7:41 p.m.
& foo flusher flies in front with eight, count 'em, 8, weighty & repetitive cut and pastes....sigh...
On County Workers Union Granted New Contract
Posted on February 20 at 3:47 p.m.
Prof Foo could you extraordinarily extrapolate another 600 reams of the same cut&paste crud you slather on this thread? Please please elaborate.
Posted on February 20 at 6:13 a.m.
re your first post, BC: but multiculturalism and appreciation of diversity [linguistic, ethnic, religious, musical, and so on] have also helped "people[s] to hold onto their culture to the extent" that they retain pride in their heritage whilst also fitting into the tapestry or mosaic of encroaching cultures. How about the fondness Bavarians have for their crazy-sounding Bay'risch dialect, weird leather trousers, and bizarre little hats?? Assimilate doesn't have to mean complete submersion of, say, the Chumash [Sama] language, does it? The ca. 15% Hindu Tamils in modern Malaysia retain their religion, their way of life, and so on while in another land [I know this is a poor e.g. since they are also in dire poverty]... It is far too simplistic to just howl "multiculturalism" is bad -- so OK, let's use other terms. In a shrinking world will we end up with a monoculture of dominance, with English or Mandarin Chinese the elite language, and no others. The article states the UCSB Span. Dept. will sponsor this and thus promotes "multilingualism" -- this a a good, no?
On UCSB to Host International Mother Language Day Conference
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