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Posted on March 1 at 3:42 a.m.
Count me among those who are glad Paula's okay---or at least not off wandering around.
However, the assertion that this type of helicopter and K-9 search is customary in such circumstances/ time frame is laughable. I don't understand how anyone could think that such a fabrication makes sense.
On Case of Disappearing Anchorwoman 'Solved'
Posted on February 22 at 11:40 a.m.
And these palms have been there how long? Completely irresponsible and downright RUDE for City/Edison not to notify the neighbors. Tree killers suck.
On West Valerio Palms Cut Down
Posted on February 21 at 1:27 a.m.
Wallar asked Lavagnino and Gray for recommendations? That says it all right there. Can't wait to see the back of her.
On Greener Grass in Orange County?
Posted on February 15 at 8:23 p.m.
Sentence does seem lenient, I agree. When you think of the heartache and the invasion of privacy people had to deal with, the sentence isn't quite harsh enough.
On Prolific Auto Burglar in Residential Treatment Program
Posted on February 15 at 1:04 a.m.
Hooray for anyone and any facility/restaurant/school, etc who/that composts his/its kitchen scraps and other biodegradable waste. Yippee.
On Innovative Recycling and Composting Program at Sansum Clinic
Posted on February 4 at 1:43 a.m.
All of you are arguing that this driver is to blame for Chavez' death? What the heck was Chavez doing on the Highway in the first place? No matter what caused him to be there, no driver should be held responsible for hitting and killing him.
What was the Hyunh supposed to do? If he even had a chance to see Chavez, what should he have done? Swerve and end up killing or maiming both himself and his passenger/wife? Get real.
Does anyone really think that driving on a highway at 65 mph is conducive to any kind of avoidance tactics? At night? The one driver (and any others) avoided hitting Chavez by sheer luck, nothing more.
If anyone is to blame, besides the dead man, it is whoever drugged or beat him senseless ---- if it so happens that he wasn't just drunk or drugged by his own volition.
So, Hyunh went home and tried to conceal he had hit some guy on the highway . . . Who wouldn't have panicked? And his kids tried to help with the cover-up. Personally, I think Hyunh and his family are the victims. As such they have suffered plenty already. I bet he does no time at all. And I, for one, think that would be proper justice.
On Prosecutor Says Hit-and-Run Suspect, Family Hid Evidence
Posted on January 31 at 1:45 a.m.
"No one asked her what she wanted for Christmas. . ." I should hope we're not all so silly as to ask her that. Maybe what she'd like for Hanukkah? Perhaps a menorah or a dreidel . . .
On A Big ‘Whew!’
Posted on January 24 at 4:30 p.m.
bimboteskie, it's best not to respond to the trolls.
Ian, I just do not know how you kept your head throughout this horrific ordeal. My dear mother used to say, "You don't do something like this and get away with it." I almost pity those cowardly jerks . . . almost. You reap what you sow, you reap what you sow.
Rest in peace, sweet companion. You were well-loved.
On Remembering Billy the Dog
Posted on January 23 at 1:12 a.m.
Ariel1813 and mesamike, you said it best. Cowards. Cowards with guns, no less. This is horrible.
Poor Billy. To the owner: I am so sorry this happened to your precious dog. Completely insane that your dog was killed in this way. My condolences. I hope the shooter is made to pay for this.
On Dog Shot and Killed on Santa Cruz Trail
Posted on January 16 at 12:58 p.m.
Drug-related or maybe someone beat him nearly senseless? Why was he "staggering" around on the Hwy? This is another horrible and sad tragedy. My condolences to the family and all his loved ones.
I hope we will know the truth of this soon. I do feel for the driver who hit him. What a sad story, all round.
On Identity Released of Hit-and-Run Victim
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