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Posted on June 12 at 7:22 p.m.
And Bill, I agree with you...
On Kenneth Barber Back on Trial
Posted on June 12 at 7:16 p.m.
Funny how these gang pigs look all "college" for trial. If you are so innocent, why not show your true colors? What are you afraid of, "ese?"
I certainly hope the jury is shown his tatted up AB photos, so they are not dissuaded by this charade. What a joke...It's almost a cop out..By "pretending" to be an upsatnding citizen... No doubt he was following the advice of his county appointed counsel. "Look all church-like, and they will not see who you really are!"
Posted on June 8 at 6:48 p.m.
Copy that...Fact remains, that IF there are consequences for the junkie fools, then they will squeal.
True; elected officials rarely react until someone in their kitchen gets whacked by a burglary, or violence...Then watch the fervor..Well, depends on the victim, too :"disenfranchised?" : green light; grants go-get-em.
On Santa Barbara Burglaries on Rise?
Posted on June 8 at 4:52 p.m.
Sounds like a great time...Thanks for sharing (Aly AND Kara).
On Jones Fest Celebrates Sweet 17
Posted on June 8 at 4:39 p.m.
They should put the squeeze on drug addicts...They all eat cheese...Someone will tell them.
Posted on June 3 at 7:18 a.m.
37087pav: I salute the service he did for our country as well. That being said, I still disagree with wearing a makeshift halo to court like that.
Wrong place at the wrong time? So they arrested a bystander for nothing? OK, then the court will free him. But why else would you wear that attire?
On Mesa Stabbing Suspects Beef Behind Bars
Posted on June 2 at 7:33 a.m.
Appearing in a civilian court in a military uniform is wrong. Symbolism over substance. The charade of appearing like an upstanding citizen, wrapped in the cloth of righteousness.
Posted on May 22 at 9:40 p.m.
Bill Clausen: I clearly remember reading the local paper when UCSB Chancellor Barbara Uehling was arrested for DUI in 1988. Her response? She had "a modest amount of white wine..." That was a t***d polishing if I ever read one... Snooty drunk is still drunk..
On Priscilla Susman Sentenced to One Year in Jail
Posted on March 14 at 7:57 p.m.
Granted, everyone is short of funds (due to stupid sacred cow spending in bad times), but this is nothing more than a "creative" way to tax the public...For what end? MORE SPENDING on more sacred cows...When the ship is sinking, you throw overboard what doesn't keep the ship afloat. If the crown jewel is the last item and the ship will sink if you keep it, what do you do??? CHUCK IT!!! That's what you do.
Das should not further the sterotype of democrats by being inventive of yet another way of taking our earned income for more programs at this point in our economy. We are circling the drain already! Of course funding programs for sexual assault victims is virtuous...But now right now...But he won't get it...Look how he was bred....more taxes....
On Das Williams's proposal to fund programs for sexual assault victims by taxing strip clubs that serve alcohol
Posted on February 29 at 8:33 p.m.
So the ridges are near creeks? Hmmm interesting..And at 69 miles, I'd like to know how you get that far back without a motor, electric or otherwise...
Yes, of course, I would hate my "man at peace with nature" routine to be interrupted by a loud and "Massive" erosive machine (sounds so evil...no wonder O is forcing us for our own good).
Silt? I suppose when a bike crosses a creek it stirs up the creek bed.
One of the first things my trout fishing coach taught me was that the stirring of a creek stimulates larvae displacement, which feeds the native trout. I doubt the creek knows if the wheels are driven by a man who pees on the weeds (a mountain bike) or a motor. And I doubt that unless it is an endless line of wheels crossing that bed that the "silt" deposits turn said creek into a delta...
On Protecting Los Padres Wilderness — and Dirt Bikes?
The beloved Barry Spacks will be honored as a poet, ... Read More
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