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Posted on September 7 at 9:34 p.m.
And 14noscams takes teh stupid to a higher level. This troll fest is getting good. You freaks are never satisfied with your level of ignorance you just have to keep topping one insane comment with the next. Jarvis your move!
On The Roots of ISIS
Posted on September 7 at 9:23 p.m.
Keep sniffing that glue Jarvis. Your freak show posts are most amusing.
Posted on September 7 at 5:07 p.m.
Jarvis Jarvis the glue sniffing birther is in rare troll form today.
Posted on September 7 at 12:04 a.m.
Measure P and Prop 8 were both put on the ballot by the initiative process. The most direct form of democracy in the nation. That is the only thing they have in common.
Measure P is a proposed change to a county zoning plan. It is a sensible solution to land use policy. It has exactly zero effect on current and even some planned oil extraction facilities. Prop 8 was a freaking California Constitutional amendment that singled out a group of people for a special restriction. The system worked when it was found unconstitutional. Ken that was a false analogy.
On County Tightens Measure P Nuts and Bolts
Posted on September 6 at 11:04 p.m.
The "Rockefellers " have spent most of the last ten decades donating huge sums of money to charity through charitable foundations. These various foundations decide how to spend the money and they give money to a wide range of causes like museums, universities, public broadcasting, medical research, and yes environmental advocacy groups.
The actual Rockefellers or their namesake foundations would not make an extra dime if measure P passes, contrary to wild claims made in this comment section. Nativegeo and fellow travelers have been stone cold chumped by big oil's propaganda machine. The genius of the message is a that multi-billion dollar industry has been so successful filling some people's heads with the crap idea that mysterious billionaires are behind environmental groups and the those billionaires are really out for personal gain. You freaks have fallen for a real false flag operation and you don't even notice. Low information indeed.
Posted on September 6 at 10:19 p.m.
The vehicle code clearly requires all road users especially motor vehicles to avoid collisions. If a motor vehicle cannot safely pass a tractor, covered wagon, pedestrian, equestrian, or bike rider you have to move over, slow down or stop until they can be safely passed. That has been the law for over a century. Anyone who cannot get their head around that simple concept has no business operating a motor vehicle.
On Please Don't Kill Me; I'm Just Riding My Bike
Posted on September 6 at 9:49 p.m.
Wait for it...... three, two, one it's the Bilderberg Group, uhhh ZOG (insert insane conspiracy theory here)
Posted on September 6 at 9:41 p.m.
Ha ha the Rockefellers! You idiots should know that they have been out of the oil business for almost a century right? David Rockefeller was a banker. Stop sniffing the gas, freaks .
Posted on September 5 at 10:57 p.m.
There already is a law that went into effect in January. You have to give them a three foot buffer.
Posted on September 5 at 9:16 p.m.
Look at the California vehicle code. Since, foot, equine and pedal powered forms of transport pre date the auto age, cars under almost every circumstance have to yield to the older forms of locomotion. If is common freaking sense.