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Posted on June 10 at 9:48 a.m.

Excellent article. S.B. needs more people like Treebeard.

On Treebeard’s Photographic Gifts from the Santa Barbara Backcountry

Posted on June 5 at 7:05 p.m.

According to the IMF, global oil subsidies to big oil = $1.9 trillion/year
Subsidies = Theft by bribery
Big oil is still ramming dirty mid-19th century technology down our throats.

On Dead Dolphins, Pelicans Continue to Wash Ashore after Refugio Oil Spill

Posted on June 5 at 11:38 a.m.

Thank you Mati Waiya and the Chumash people for speaking the truth. The time to honor genocide is past.

On Tribal Leaders Oppose Serra Sainthood

Posted on June 2 at 3:32 p.m.

As for beaches, Cohen wanted potential visitors to know, “There are beautiful beaches that are still open in Santa Barbara.” Just came from a walk on the beach. Dead animals and birds washing up oil covered. The chamber of Commerce should get off their a$$ and help clean up the beach instead of myopically worrying about their wallets.

On Will Refugio Oil Spill Hurt Tourism?

Posted on June 2 at 3:18 p.m.

Whitewash! I call BS on this whole article and this whole newspaper! How can you do an article on Plains All American and not include the pathetic fact that they have had 175 spills since 2006? Big oil is the #1 briber of corrupt politicians in the USA. Fact: Oil is dirty and toxic mid 19th century technology with poison fumes that is currently poisoning the Santa Barbara Coastline. Fact: Electric cars were invented over 100 years ago. Big oil has lied about this case since it started. "20,000 gallons." ""Whoops 100,000 gallons." Big oil will say they are so sorry, and it was no fault of their own. "No we didn't install automatic shut off valves because we are deeply concerned about the environment. These environmental criminals need to be duck walked into a federal pen in orange jumpsuits, or they will continue to poison the environment on all cylinders. After the lawsuits filed by fishermen, surf shop owners, etc. Big oil will drag their feet like always for decades instead of paying a penny to those they have poisoned. Please read "Suppressed Inventions" by Jonathan Eisen.
Because the U.S. government was bribed by corporate criminals, is why we don't were hemp clothing, instead of petroleum based. The subject of this article is not a surfer, he is bootlicker of big oil. The two are mutually exclusive.

On The Mysterious Case of the Automatic Shutoff Valve

Posted on May 26 at 1:25 p.m.

"Plains All American" has recorded 175 oil spills since 2006.
Californians give this company $100 million dollars from CALPERS.
Time for Californians to divest from omnicidal degenerates like
"Plains All American". Californians should not be funding our own oil spills.

On Refugio Oil Spill a Crime Scene?

Posted on May 26 at 1:04 p.m.

All executives of "Plains All American" should be held accountable and denied a license to do business in the USA. Sadly, the automatic shut off valve was not installed on the pipeline, emergency responders were late or no-shows, and oil trolls spill the same disinfo in response. First the bird and fish killer from Texas said it was 20,000 gallons. Then they admitted, it was over 100,000 gallons. Big oil does not care about Santa Barbara, they are ruining parts of it right now. Big oil bribes more politicians and trolls than anyone except fellow poison merchant, Monsanto. Please read the book "Suppressed Inventions" by Jonathan Eisen.
Even more disgusting is the fact that on of California's biggest pension fund, CALPERS gives these genocidal clowns $100 million! Californians paid for our own oil spill! Please lobby your legislators to stop and incarcerate big oil companies that practice genocide and omnicide.

On Refugio Oil Spill a Crime Scene?

Posted on May 20 at 9:37 a.m.

Has anyone heard the type of firearm used?
Another resident on that block said it was a pellet gun.

On Suspects in Isla Vista Shooting Charged

Posted on December 30 at 10:12 a.m.

Good article SBI-
John Tieber I agree 100%.
Furthermore, Movie Studios have a concrete formula
that the marketing budget for any film will be 50%
of the Production budget. Since the budget for the
"Interview" was $44 million, Sony would have to spend $22 million on a marketing campaign. That means for the last few months we would have been bombarded by a cheesey marketing slogan like, "This is not your Grandfather's Bok-Choy", or "It's Go time in Pyongyang".
The point is, THERE WAS NO MARKETING CAMPAIGN FOR THIS FILM,
other than the comments that we have been bombarded with by all mainstream media that North Korea is to blame. Putting the blame on NK looks, smells, and acts like a Marketing campaign, and when you add the fact that the first few stories about this quoted NSA spooks, and the FEDS get to bolster another fake boogeyman against the US, and here is the the third win for Sony: The major studios have known for years that the big screen revenue is declining sharply, and that Internet Premiers are inevitable. This way Sony gets to cash in on an internet Premiere without further raising the ire of the theatres, which have been clinging to big screen releases as their last hope, This scenario is win/win/win for Sony and big brother. Don't forget that SONY stands for Standard Oil of New York, which is Rockefeller, one of the original Robber Barons & Banksters.
There is a lot of evidence that the "Sony Hack" was actually Sony's marketing campaign.

On UCSB Professor Examines Sony Hack

Posted on December 8 at 10:41 a.m.

One of the most repulsive articles I have ever read.

On Biting the Hand That Bleeds You

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