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Posted on April 20 at 6:46 p.m.
And Rowse, yes, you are correct, plastic bags are low hanging fruit.
So low in fact, that turtles and dolphins have no problem eating them, mistaking plastic bags for jellyfish. Yummmm, Vons jellyfish is delish!
Please re-think your vote and re-use your cloth bags and re-cycle your paper bags and re-educate your self so you don't sound re-tarded. -AB in SB
On Council Duo Suffocates Plastic-Bag Ban
Posted on April 20 at 6:38 p.m.
Tell Frank what you think, I did. firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on April 20 at 6:27 p.m.
Posted on September 18 at 7:42 p.m.
9-11 was a corporate take over.
And unless the CIA guys in charge of 9-11 were Muslim, Muslims are not to blame.
Yes, there are Muslims, and lots of other people, around the world who hate America. But, 9-11 was not a terrorist attack done by a dozen Saudi muslims from the other side of the world and a guy called Osama sitting in a cave with a shortwave radio.
Two companies called America and Saudi made a business decision to gain control of their most cherish asset, energy (oil/nat gas) from their top two competitors, Iraq and Afghanistan.
Calling 9-11 a grand recruiting scheme of Osama is mad. Well before 9-11 Osama had no recruitment problems.
Who ever was flying the planes, the control of the planes was directly related to the benefit of the action, and there is no bigger benefactor from 9-11 than the US interest in energy resources.
Seven years in Iraq, billions in equipment and training, and no victory is like the Green Bay Packers showing up at a junior varsity's football field on a Friday night and ending four quarters of play in a tie game. Impossible.
Because it's not a war against terrorism. It's a resource war, based on one simple unavoidable fact: Peak Oil.
Unfortunately, Muslim Americans and Muslims across the world get scapegoated and must defend themselves from this charade.
On Muslim Like Me
Posted on September 18 at 12:01 a.m.
Stop the hate. Go pedal. For all those who b***** about cyclist running lights etc, live in any other town in the US and it's 100x worse with 99% few riders. Instead of complaining about cyclists, get on a bike and pedal. 20+ years of daily addiction to the saddle and never once have a finished a ride with anything less than a massive sunshine smile for the beauty of the world. - AB from SB (stuck in China and itching for my SpecEpic) www.andrewbaker77.com
On Cyclists Just Want to Have Fun
Posted on September 16 at 2:28 a.m.
42% of locals pedal. Soooooo stoked to live here!!!!! - AB www.andrewbaker77.com
Posted on August 29 at 3:54 a.m.
Curious what you would think if a group of people, unknown, began assassinating gang members while they were selling drugs. (Not just SB, LA etc) Cleaning the streets with sniper rifles. All comments welcome. - AB in SB
On Santa Bruta
Posted on August 25 at 5:56 p.m.
Dude, that's awesome! When I'm 71, I hope to be the same, still living huge.
Do What You'll Remember. - ABwww.andrewbaker77.com
On The American Tour
Posted on August 24 at 4:26 p.m.
Santa Babara is a great place, but America sux. In nearly any other country, she would be patched up without gutting her financially. -AB www.andrewbaker77.com
On Bella Vista Bicycle Crash Victim Files Claim
Posted on July 28 at 1:30 p.m.
Yeah no doubt. Hang in there Erin. Too bad so many angry people in the world, even amazingly in Sunny Happy Santa Barbara. This place is epiccccccc. -AB www.andrewbaker77.com
On Bicycling + Mossy Road = Broken Hip