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Posted on May 15 at 8:39 a.m.
Surprise. The usual irrelevant old farts (Clausen, Loon, Volek) weighing in on things they have no clue about in yet another successful effort in demonstrating their collective dumbth. Continue on, thou cyberwankers.
On Isla Vista 'Party House' Owners Put on Notice
Posted on May 4 at 2:55 p.m.
Now go away, Mitchum. Your storied political resume now qualifies to manage a Dairy Queen . . . in Victorville.
On Judge Tosses Mitchum Defamation Suit Against Capps
Posted on April 28 at 5:42 p.m.
Tried The Pasta Shoppe. Unimpressed. Apparently many others were, too. No wonder the owner is upset. Save your money and eat at Olio E Limone across the street. Why settle for fru-fru faux when you can have real Italian?
On A Public Market Divided
Posted on April 15 at 5:46 p.m.
Try our new Lindley "Crankernet Smokvignon".
On Winemaker Arrested for Meth Possession
Posted on April 8 at 1:56 p.m.
Put this sick bastard on Old Sparky for 20 years.
On S.B.'s First 'Sexually Violent Predator' Arrested for Murder
Posted on March 24 at 11:05 a.m.
Someone forgot to add the ZERO after the five in the lenient sentence for this scumbag.
On High School Coach Pleads No Contest to Sex with Minor
Posted on March 24 at 11:03 a.m.
May this thieving loser enjoy every moment of his far too short sentence.
On Tattoo Shop Owner Sentenced to Five Years for Theft
Posted on March 24 at 11 a.m.
On every roadTurn, turn, turnThere is a joggerTurn, turn, turnOr you'll run overA former Ed Sullivan astronaut . . .
On David Crosby Hits Jogger in Santa Ynez
Posted on March 24 at 10:56 a.m.
Let's see---I believe it's supposed to work like this: You have stuff you wanna sell. There is stuff I wanna buy. If those two points line up, we have a transaction. You continue this process, counting on others to meet at the same point, until it diminishes and/or ceases.
Perhaps if businesses on State Street implored their landlords (who monthly fleece them for conducting business in a favorable location) to lower their overhead rent, they might survive. Not likely, we know.
Since the demise of The Earthling and other once great local bookstores, it has become painfully obvious that such a business model is no longer feasible so long as landlords who mostly already own and have paid for their buildings ten times over continue along their ever-soaring curve of greed.
Sorry. Everyone's hurting and I'm in no position to grant charity for rent. I've my own to pay.
On Granada Books on Brink of Closure
Posted on March 18 at 1:14 p.m.
You look good in orange, Kenkunt Volok. Hey, seriously---go fuck yourself.
On Convicted Pimp Sentenced to 38 Years to Life