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Posted on July 27 at 8:40 p.m.
Does that translate to 10,000 acres to build enough solar to power a city the size of San Diego, with over 469,000 homes?
On County Moves Forward with First Big Solar Project
Posted on May 29 at 9:47 a.m.
When we begin to drug our young boys into submission as early as 5 or 6, not teach them proper discipline or social skills or that life is not fair or warm and fuzzy, what do we think they will be like by the time they are 18 or 20?
On Isla Vista Killings: Shock. Suffering. Survival.
Posted on May 15 at 9:37 a.m.
I use plastic grocery bags for all kinds of things. Dog poop, icky stuff in the trash, wet clothes/swimming stuff, crafts, donations, leaky meat packaging in the fridge, etc.
I guess I will just buy boxes of plastic bags that size to use in the future.
On Bag Ban Takes Effect
Posted on May 12 at 12:21 p.m.
As long as every person of every color is treated the way he has been treated every time they say anything racist - then sure.
On Blasting Sterling Was a Slam Dunk
Posted on March 25 at 2:54 p.m.
I use plastic bags for numerous things, but one is to pick up dog doo. But it's OK for me to buy the little bags at the pet store to use to pick up dog doo?
On The plastic bag ban now being crafted by the City of Santa Barbara
Posted on March 25 at 2:50 p.m.
Counting on having the right-of-way isn't the best reason for walking out into traffic. Doesn't anybody teach their kids to look both ways before crossing anymore, because all those people are now adults walking into traffic and expecting us all to slam on our brakes.
On 60 Drivers Ticketed During Crosswalk Stings
Posted on March 13 at 2:02 p.m.
Ice skating is for girls? Better let NHL know about that. :D And being required to wear pads and/or helmets by law is completely ridiculous. How did anyone over 40 ever live this long? What, with no helmets or pads..... or seat belts? Please, enough with the nanny state!
On Don Hughes's Nightmare House
Posted on March 13 at 1:50 p.m.
Alcoholism and drug abuse are major causes of homelessness. Until a person has reached a personal "bottom" they cannot be forced into sobriety. No one can forcibly commit a mentally ill person unless they are going to harm themselves or others or, if they commit themselves, make them stay on their meds after they leave. Unless we are willing to change laws, I'm not sure taxpayers will be happy about feeding and housing a growing population of people who are highly dysfunctional and completely unemployable.
On Santa Barbara's homeless?