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Posted on September 11 at 4:55 p.m.
He put a fishhook in the water. Did it have a sign on it saying, "No, no, steely, stay away!" If not, guilty as charged. Bang. Case closed.
On Fisherman Fined for Catching Steelhead
Posted on September 11 at 12:22 p.m.
"I have always read this publication with a sense of acceptance of its contents as truthful and unbiased."-- AndraD
You've got to be kidding me. EVERY media report has a viewpoint, a bias, a slant (spin) and errors of omission and commission. That it took, what, 40+ years for you to figure this out says a lot. It also validates that old saw, "The acorn never falls far from the tree." If you kids grew up here and didn't know that the steelhead are a protected species, I suggest you go back to your "best" school and demand a refund. Or maybe it would be easier to go have a look in a mirror and have a heart-to-heart conversation with the person you see there.
Posted on September 11 at 12:05 p.m.
I wonder whether there's an ounce of humility buried beneath the 400 pounds of blubber.
On Big Man, Big Plans
Posted on September 9 at 12:21 p.m.
Clearly, they did not pay for beauty. : - )
On City Dedicates New Type 3 Fire Engine
Posted on September 6 at 1:07 a.m.
I think fingers should be pointing at whoever came up with the bogus estimate. People have been repairing helicopters for a century (well, ok, a little less) and the costs of maintenance and repair should not be a mystery.
On Whirlybird Sticker Shock
Posted on September 6 at 12:59 a.m.
Interesting comment, dlang. When you sober up would you post it again?
On Dueling Prison Plans
Posted on September 6 at 12:58 a.m.
"Any rational person should be horrified by the number of people we keep in prison, seriously how bad can these people be at there jobs before we fire them??"-- WC
"their" not "there"
Your anger is pointed at the wrong people. All the groups you identified are doing their jobs. While they have some discretion, if lawmakers criminalize minor offenses, then overcrowding are a result. Period. It's got nothing to do with who is enforcing the law.
Your anger (and mine) should be directed at our legislators at the state and national level. As soon as they pass sensible drug laws, this problem will be gone in a year.
Posted on September 6 at 12:37 a.m.
What "people", zuma7?
On Former Fire Employee Arrested for Grand Theft
Posted on September 2 at 2:11 p.m.
Wow, you've really gone off the rails today, foo. Your posts on Jackson's alleged extremism makes this a pot/kettle situation. For example, it's a fetus NOT a baby. It's hard to listen to your opinion when you don't even know the proper words to use.
"Eventually the already disparate doctor-to-patient ratio will grow to the point where people will die not from lack of insurance, but from having to wait for an available doctor. I speak through experience."-- billclausen
I'm sorry to read of your demise, billclausen. Who's your typist?
"... potentially put more women at risk when they have the inevitable percentage of complications per capita."-- italiansurg
You missed the part of the article where studies have shown that the risk is no greater under this bill than at present where only doctors can perform the procedure. Since now rural women don't have to travel to get an abortion, it will be able to be done earlier and safer and at less cost. I'm hard pressed to see a down side.
On Jackson Argues For New Abortion Measure
Posted on September 2 at 1:57 p.m.
That's the biggest hanging house plant I've ever seen. :-)
Just one more instance of a stupid waste of money and law enforcement resources. Anybody heard of any effort to get a legalization Prop on the 2014 ballot?
On Illegal Marijuana Grow Discovered on Private Land
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