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Posted on December 27 at 9:01 a.m.

After reading many of the above comments, sbresident's explanation of the situation sounds like the correct one. The great thing about private schools is that it's easy to fire both teachers and principals who aren't up to snuff. Getting rid of both the teacher and principal is probably the best remedy for the kids in this case -- but of course, the focus is on the "complaining" teacher and the "crude" principal, not the kids.

On Juan Crow Lands in S.B.?

Posted on December 9 at 5:46 p.m.

Who cares if the film is "riddled with historical inaccuracies."

It looks seriously entertaining. And that's all that matters to us 99%.

On Montecito Picture Co. and the Making of <em>Hitchcock</em>

Posted on November 16 at 8:59 p.m.

Advice to Harding parents:

Hire a business person with management experience as Principal. A school is a business except instead of focusing on profit generation, the objective is educating kids. A talented, smart, high achieving manager would make an excellent Principal and probably can be found locally for under 100k/yr.

Good luck!

On Harding Principal Removed from Post

Posted on November 9 at 7:01 p.m.

Native1, You're right. I misinterpreted your remarks. Sorry.

On Businessman Arrested on Assault, Attempted Rape, Hate Crime Charges

Posted on November 7 at 8:16 p.m.

Native1 your rape comment is the rudest I've ever read online and I've unfortunately read hundreds of thousands of comments.

You need serious help, dude.

On Businessman Arrested on Assault, Attempted Rape, Hate Crime Charges

Posted on October 29 at 11:44 a.m.

It doesn't sound as if he hurt the ref. The player should not have shoved him, but I hope he's not charged with anything too egregious. It's not as if he bit off a chunk of an ear or anything.

On UCSB Soccer Player Arrested for Assaulting Referee

Posted on October 23 at 5:46 p.m.

"magnificently weird and timeless sound."

Not sure about that. Back in the day, they rocked.

On Jane's Addiction at the Santa Barbara Bowl

Posted on October 22 at 9:03 a.m.

There are no good bbq places in SB. Woody's wins by default.

Voting rigging is always a problem, but it's better than the alternative of having some random old dude decide what's good and what's bad.

On Best of Santa Barbara 2012: Eating

Posted on October 21 at 9:12 a.m.

Without Eric A., Jane's Addiction doesn't rock it. The animosity between Eric and Perry may have been the spark that created the magic back in the day. Also, the band has not been together almost "three decades." The real Jane's, the one with Eric in the lineup, broke up in the mid 90's.

On Jane’s Addiction: Still Ready to Party

Posted on October 19 at 11:26 a.m.

Dude, you can't argue with voters. Everybody has their own opinion, but these restaurants are favored by the masses, like it or not.

And there certainly are not twenty burrito places in town better than Super Cucas -- maybe five or six, but twenty is crazy. I had a great carne asada burrito at Cesar's the other day. . .

On Best of Santa Barbara 2012: Eating

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