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Posted on October 26 at 12:38 p.m.
I hope we finally get rid of Lois Capps. She has been inept. Let's give someone else a chance. Abel's not perfect, but he'll get more done for the Central Coast...
On Lots of Outside Money for Congressional Race
Posted on June 16 at 3:04 p.m.
It was James Michener that wrote "Hawaii." There is a Charles Michener author, so we'll never know which one Barney was talking about. (oops!)
Is there going to be a follow-up story about this year's conference (or lack thereof)?
On Write On-Let's Hope
Posted on December 23 at 11:55 a.m.
Yes, spikes WOULD work, Kratatoa, because people ARE going slow when they first enter the offramp the wrong way. Put them at the very beginning of the offramp.
Having said that, this state doesn't have the extra $$ in the coffers to install them right now. We could increase the penalty for driving on the fwy the wrong way, whether drunk or not. (i.e. suspending their license for 2 years and a HUGE fine.) I can't think of anything more dangerous than this traffic violation!
On Fifth Wrong-Way Freeway Driver This Year
Posted on March 1 at 1:59 p.m.
So true about some women competing instead of supporting each other! I have never been one of these, but have known women who are drawn toward men and threatened by women (and thus a bit catty).
Women should be secure in knowing that we are all in the same struggle of life together, and we are better off with sisterly love. When I was single there were women who immediately saw me as a threat no matter how nice I was to them. Now that I have been with my beau for 10 years, I get a lot less of that (thank goodness!) I have always been affectionate with women.
Great post Elizabeth, and I would like to congratulate you on your 10 YEARS of sobriety! (I know a guy who's not doing as well as you. And I know a girl who has been sober for over a decade and is loving life!) Way to go! Keep strong...
On I Kissed A Girl And I Liked It!
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