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Posted on February 14 at 12:07 p.m.
Hey realitycheck, get off of your ass put down the Cheetos, drive bike or walk to the Cold Springs trail, walk up the trail, find a pool look into the pool and you will see trout.
On Can the Southern Steelhead Be Saved in Cold Springs Creek?
Posted on February 14 at 12:06 p.m.
Hey reality, get off of your ass put down the Cheetos, drive bike or walk to the Cold Springs trail, walk up the trail, find a pool look into the pool and you will see trout.
Posted on February 6 at 10:28 a.m.
Jarv so you are admitting that your theory of a "mass exodus " from Montecito is complete bull shite like most of your ideas.
On Big Money Approved for Montecito-Yanonali Bridge
Posted on February 6 at 10:05 a.m.
Bray on Mr. over poster. There is no mass exodus from Montecito. In reality properties are selling for more and more money. Even a logically challenged fellow like you should realize that means more people want to live here. That is, demand is rising. Higher selling prices mean higher assessed values which means more property tax revenue. Plan A is working very well thank you.
Posted on February 6 at 9:41 a.m.
Hey Jive Jarv that bridge that is going to be improved carries many 1% ers back to their high end diggs. You should be all for this project. But I guess haters are going to hate, and jackasses like you are going to bray.
Posted on January 28 at 7:01 p.m.
Over the years, I have had many conversations with Wendy and Arthur. In person, they are both very pleasant, intelligent, and kind. Unfortunately, like all of us, they have their flaws. Wendy has a great need to express her opinions to the exclusion of all other viewpoints. To get herself a higher platform she bought the News Press and made a weak paper unreadable.
On <em>News-Press</em> Takes on Murillo
Posted on January 28 at 11 a.m.
Ha ha, "fire her". Murillo will win reelection this fall and she most likely will be the next mayor.
Posted on January 28 at 9:19 a.m.
The News Press will do anything to get publicity for its POS daily "newspaper". Stop feeding trolls like Wendy, Scott, and Nipper.
Posted on January 27 at 6:05 p.m.
One may be a pendejo, but if he is bold he is said to have cajones. Tribal sovereignty is granted by the federal government and there is not much the county can do about that except for lobbying the federal government to change their policies.
The Santa Barbara County supervisors had their chance to cut a deal and they overplayed their hand. Now they are going for an expensive last ditch effort through the courts which has little chance of success.
On Open Letter to Supervisor Peter Adam
Posted on January 27 at 4:41 p.m.
Dan, I think that you were going for cajones or huevos, pendejos makes no sense. This writer is simply expressing his opinion that Adam's comments were absurd, which clearly they were. Adam, like many of his teahaddist fellow travelers, has a very vague understanding of the US constitution and US history.