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Posted on February 22 at 10:48 a.m.
No. That was Rancho La Laguna LLC. You might recall this article: http://www.independent.com/news/2008/...
On Splendor of the Grass
Posted on January 5 at 10:25 p.m.
I don't have problems with your argument--the death of the GVV is sad, especially since it was murdered.
But please cite Eliot correctly. The lines you quote are from "The Rock" and not "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock." Two very different poems.
Posted on December 31 at 7:09 p.m.
Here's my parody of how the News-Press might cover this news.
On Judge Says <em>News-Press</em> Violated Federal Labor Laws
Posted on July 19 at 5:58 p.m.
Hey, what about the households where the man does more of the cooking? Not to mention this column implies the only reward for cooking a meal is watching someone else eat it. What's wrong with "I make. I eat. I like."?
On Love Bites
Posted on July 3 at 10:47 a.m.
So am I the only one who got to the line "However, on Monday afternoon, an attorney from Barry Cappello's office did contact the station," and assumed he had done so threatening legal action against KCRW?
On KCRW Takes on <em>News-Press</em> Meltdown
Posted on June 21 at 6:13 p.m.
Your ending reminds me of that great quote from "Mi Vida Loca"-- "Women don't use weapons to prove a point. Women use weapons for love."
On My First Fisticuffs: The Good, the Bad and the Bloody
Posted on May 25 at 10:44 a.m.
Is "waiting for our bagel to toast" some new euphemism I don't know?
It seems it would just be eaiser for women to take a photo and then Photoshop that if they want to look like pornstars. Practicing the hand coordination with one's mouse might be helpful in other endeavors, too.
On Designer Vaginas
Posted on May 9 at 12:01 p.m.
I visited Hollister Brewing last night and Downtown Brewing on Sunday and review both over at my blog, if anybody wants a biased opinion.
The short answer is--both are works in progress but signs are positive.
On Hollister Brewing Company Opens Its Doors
Posted on May 3 at 9:35 a.m.
Areyoukidding, you certainly seem to have the correct nom-de-internet. First, MoveOn isn't a French organization, promise. Second, I'm not quite sure where the socialist Europe you refer to exists.
Third, you disagree wtih everything that both the French and MoveOn stand for? Everything? I'll let the French defend themselves (although just their food and wine speak for their country pretty well), but as a MoveOn member, I feel I have to ask you if you really disagree with all of the following things MoveOn is about:*an attempt to give American citizens, and not just the most wealthy, a greater voice in politics*an attempt to hold our elected leaders accountable*a group that wants to end the immoral and illegal war in Iraq*a group that wants to effect national change to help slow down global warming*a group that hopes to see universal health care for all Americans
If you disagree with all these things, then MoveOn's not for you. But if you disagree with all these things it's hard to see how you are for your fellow Americans, too.
On Bush Veto Incites Protest Over 101