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Posted on April 24 at 10:46 a.m.

@JarvisJarvis: "...instead of from hard work and frugal habits which are far more likely the basis for "right-wing" money. "

People who work hard do not have time to spend countless hours championing policies that keep the service classes in their place. People who work hard don't have time to invest in crazy, right-wing, racist birther conspiracies theories about the President. People who work hard can discern between the made up statistics you continually try to peddle as fact and reality. People who worke hard don't begrudge other hard working people - like teachers and civil servants. In other words, people who work hard don't display the very aspects you continually display.

Your sense of entitlement regarding a society to which there's no evidence you've ever contributed anything is all the proof I need to know that you've never really worked hard. Class envy? More like plain old pity - and I'm sure no one ever accused you of having any class, JarJar...

On The Return of Bill and Hillary?

Posted on April 24 at 8:55 a.m.

@JarvisJarvis: "Don't forget these 'right-wing twits' already made their fortunes a long time ago so now have plenty of leisure time and are willing to pass on their hard-earned wisdom to those less enlightened."

LOL. It's called living off of mommy and daddy while complaining about how lazy everyone else is. Wisdom from the parents' basement...

JarvisJarvis: "It is painful to watch ignorance or one-sided political bias try to control a discussion here..."

Says the person who posts, what, 20+ times per day and floats the same made-up statistics and crazy conspiracy theories with such frequency I'm half-convinced you get paid per trolling comment...

Not to worry, geeber - it's better that they're regulated to the comments section of a website than actually impacting policy. Their party is going to spend the next primary cycle eating each other alive over who is the craziest of the craziest right-winger - while the Democrats, for better or worse, coast to yet another presidential victory - all because the Republican party hasn't figured out that it's not 1950.

And you'll get a front row seat watching their brains ooze out their ears as they seethe with rage blaming everyone but themselves for an irrelevancy of their own making. But hey, better here than in office...

On The Return of Bill and Hillary?

Posted on April 17 at 6:43 a.m.

@nativegeo: "So Satellites can measure sea ice thickness?? "

Since 1979...

"Since 1979, satellites have provided a continuous, nearly complete record of Earth’s sea ice. The most valuable data sets come from satellite sensors that observe microwaves emitted by the ice surface because, unlike visible light, the microwave energy radiated by the sea ice surface passes through clouds and can be measured even at night."

@nativegeo: "Arctic sea ice GAINS can be seen on new government map of Canada."

Eh, not so fast there....

'September sea ice hit a record low in 2012 and is projected to decline further. The change means there is far more ice shown on the 2015 version of the map than on its predecessor.

“Both are correct,” Dr. Storie said. “They’ve provided the right notation for the representation, but not many people will read that or understand what it means.”'

I think you fall into the '[not] understand what it means' camp....

On Rescuing Sea Lion Pups

Posted on April 16 at 9:05 a.m.

@BeckyBee: "Jarvis' posts convey most every thing I, and many of my faimly, friends and associates, believe and think."

So I see Jarvis has started yet another account.

@JarvisJarvis: "But a new survey of W-2 data from over half of the public school systems in California found that the state’s average teacher pay and compensation was $84,489 last year. "

Jarvis Lie #1: That figure is not from Forbes, it's from Brietbart. The Forbes article that Brietbart cites, written by well-known hack and climate-change denier Warren Meyer, NEVER CITES THAT FIGURE.

Jarvis Lie #2: Even if that $80k figure is correct, they've not included any indication as to which school districts are included in that calculation. So it's very likely that poorer school districts did not submit there information, thus the average is weighted up (LAUSD is not included, for example).

Keep the trolling comin', Jar-Jarvis.

On School Basics

Posted on April 15 at 7:41 p.m.

@JarvisJarvis: "...even though California teachers are now the top paid in the nation."

Jarvis The Troll strikes again.

CA is still behind NY, MA, DC, and CT (and for high school teachers, also behind NJ).

On School Basics

Posted on April 14 at 11:55 a.m.

@JarvisJarvis: "Welcome the debate on the issues, and ignore the personality of the commenter."

LOL. Says the trolliest of all trolls to ever troll the Indy comments section...

On Das Williams Announces Run for County Supervisor

Posted on April 8 at 4:07 p.m.

@JarvisJarvis: "I am a friend of truth."

More like a stalker. In fact, I'm pretty sure 'truth' has filed a restraining order due to constant harassment.

On McCaw, Mold, and Another Black Eye for the <em>News-Press</em>?

Posted on April 7 at 6:24 a.m.

@nomoresanity: "Seriously, are you unable to see the abject similarity between bigots from the right and victimization bigots from the left?"

You mean the similarity between the one thing that DOES exist (bigots from the right), and the one thing that DOES NOT exist (victimization bigots from the left)? Let's see.... the similarity is that you have no idea what the word 'bigot' means.

@nomoresanity: "Just shows that at least one of us is not driven by political ideology."

Right... but wait, there's more!

@nomoresanity: "Since GB destabilized the entire region by taking out Saddam, with THE FULL SUPPORT OF THE DEMOCRATS..."

Yeah - FULL SUPPORT must refer to the 126 of 208 House Democrats (since you're likely really bad at math, that's called a 'majority'), and the 21 of 59 Senate Democrats that voted AGAINST the Iraq Resolution... so, ya' know... FULL SUPPORT THAT WASN'T REALLY FULL SUPPORT.

But hey - facts are stubborn things, so please continue to tell me that you're not driven by 'political ideology'.

On Backlash

Posted on April 7 at 6 a.m.

@nativeson: "Yeah, Botany, that's about it. It gets boring having to deal with people who only have the same ol' same ol' stuff from their handbook, time after time after time after....."

Tell me about it...

@nativeson: "All I see from the 'homosexual' agenda people is rudeness, bigotry, and lies."

That *might* be because you're not terribly bright. Sorry - let me speak in a language you and Botany understand:

If all you see from the 'homosexual agenda people' is rudeness, bigotry and lies, then you might be a redneck. (tm) Jeff Foxworthy (R-GA)

On Murder By Initiative

Posted on April 7 at 1:45 a.m.

@Botany: "We believe in a colorblind society."

Do you also believe in the Tooth Fairy and Santa Clause?

It's pretty funny that you sit there and claim this whole 'colorblind society' on one hand when you just spent a whole previous comment lamenting these perceived injustices to Southern 'redneck' white folks on the other. It seems you have no problem seeing one color just fine.

One can only imagine how your apply this... ahem... 'colorblindness' to your role as a landlord.

@Botany: "It's important to those on the left that so strongly desire to portray conservatives as racists. It's more of a desire to refute those unfounded beliefs than for any other reason. "

If only Conservatives had and equally strong desire to... ya' know... not be a bunch of racists. Maybe then the left wouldn't have such an easy time portraying you as such and you'd have an easier time refuting it.

@JarvisJarvis: "Barry Soetoro: A human dung heap."

Case in point...

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