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Posted on September 20 at 3:38 p.m.
Completely agree with loon 100%. It's an Illuminati warning to Warner. Clearly the Rockefeller's Federal Reserve system doesn't like Ty, he's still just a small-time guy within their black magic empire, but harboring enough pocket change to give a little penalty donation to their ongoing New World Order agenda. He's not enough like the 1% to be part of their club. Perhaps he made a fool of himself in front of the wrong 33 degreer at the last cocktail party that he wore that haircut to. They've just been waiting to put him on their list and add his 53 mil to their own offshore accounts...like the rest of the taxpayers.
On Ty Warner Charged with Tax Evasion
Posted on August 6 at 1:53 p.m.
Yes AZ2SB, there is so much mind control going on, it's always possible he was brought here against his will. They are probably using him as an example to others. And to restaurant owners that they need to keep their employees legit or they could be shut down as well. As a seasoned employee in the restaurant biz, we all no who really keeps restaurants running behind the scenes. They would all be shut down.
On Nightclub Assault Gets Man Two Years in Prison
Posted on August 5 at 10:10 a.m.
It doesn't matter if he's latino or not, he's a machisimo douchebag. The arrest was legit and the imprisonment was a great excuse to get him back to Mexico. No woman or man should tolerate being taken advantage of at a club (being at a club doesn't mean that you ask for that kind of abuse). Although clubs certainly do not indicate that someone will meet anyone of quality companionship. She was an innocent and probably helpless Korean student. It would never happen to me cause I would make sure that no perv would ever lay a hand on me but that's what these guys...latino, white trash, african, whoever you name it, are looking for...easy targets. Get over your racist propaganda, it's racist to even think that it's racist. We're all a little racist, yet anthropologically, race does not exist. We are a a mish-mash of ET's anyways.
Posted on July 10 at 3:40 p.m.
The Giza complex was obviously facilitated and aided by our Space Bro's....and I'm an Archaeologist who's supposed to stick within the parameters of Academia.
My heart goes out to the family and friends of Gil and hope they will find solace in knowing that only oneself can find happiness within, and often in the depths of depression, few people truly do not wish to burden those whom they love the most. May his spirit and all whom have taken their owns find peace.
I am a strong advocate that we personally have the choice to live, to heal or to move on. Energy moves on.
On Authorities Investigate Possible Suicide From Cold Spring Bridge
Posted on May 21 at 9:03 a.m.
At least we can know that the history of Summerland is juicy and full pirates and occult mysteries, pre-oil days, and holds some of the deepest roots from Chumash, Spanish land grant and Mission era times. That'll give you something to write about. But given the present, yes I sure love our quiet little nook on this edge of the coninent.- CD (archaeologist and SB historian)
On Life in the Unincorporated Zone
Posted on April 20 at 10:17 a.m.
Come on we all know there are too many seals, which have attracted sharks again especially due to the rookery in carp. Fisherman try to kill em cause they eat their bait, and this helps keep the shark and seal pop down. The chumach also killed seal out of respect for the nutrition and coats and to help keep the balance in check. I love seals, but there are too many. Sharks are the head of the foodchain in our waters and maybe it will keep some of the overpopulation of kook surfers out too. Keep the dolphins happy and loving our coastline and it will keep the sharks in check. It's all a balance. But I'd love to see your shark dolphin brawl. I'll wear a sealhead as the mascot.
On Great White Kills Sea Lion
Posted on April 13 at 9:30 a.m.
Hmmm, I know at least two sixty plus year Santa Barbara citizens, p and pillars of our local community, (back when it was still a real local community without all the hosh posh & riff raff), who have refused to file their taxes for over forty years. Now they make little enough to tuck away deep in our mountains living such peaceful lives as a hermit, focusing on their own spiritual and mindful needs as apposed to worrying about the April 15th deadline. Nor have they ever had a cell phone, generations since a landline, and certainly no bank account. Cash only and living day to day, in the moment, with little to no authority to tell them when, where and how to spend their petty income (over time having played the money making roller coaster, living more comfortably that most of us "lower" to middle class Santa Barbarians will ever here in this rat race). Both had supported a true local California economy, keeping it circulating with it's people not it's policies. Leaving the rest of us to pay Verizon (who took over my favorite oldtime local Greek and Italian deli so that the owners could receive $25,000 a month for the next 15 yrs) or for our police department to receive new paint jobs for their vehicles. The hotels such as the Miramar are estimated to generate taxes for the schools, fire department etc...not to mention the expansion of the freeway which allows for more influx of transplants and immigrants to this edge if the continent...I remember the stoplight on the 101, my grandpa road a horse to town. Nonetheless, I admire those who have avaded taxes, and no I have no affinity for any political party. You may see me at solstice with flowers in my hair, or in the backcountry carrying a crossbow for protection, surfing, fishing, or at our local juicebar. I am inspired by these individuals who get far more out of life without the stress of the "Man," while focusing on what's more important, enjoying what the Universe teaches us and giving back any way we can...to our local economy and the Earth we stand on. So until I step out of a bi-monthly paycheck, and look forward to my $1500 tax return each year so that I can pay off my student loans LOL, and go to the grocery store a couple of times..I will keep my cell use to a minimum, keep only pennies in my bank account, use cash only, and exchange to gold coins when the price is right...hide up in my beloved hills away from all the transplants and with the birds and the bees...cause it's this lifetime that is so short....and when we chose this lifetime, i'm not so sure how much we thought about which country we'd prefer to pay taxes too when we were coming out of the womb.
On ‘Dirty 30’ Tax Dodgers
Posted on August 16 at 12:57 a.m.
And now their descendents run a sustainable permaculture community on the Orella Ranch! Right on Gunner and Heidi!
On Mi Refugio
Posted on August 4 at 2:58 a.m.
Ok, obviously the comments made by the sherriff are of a politically biased nature, and we all know that there are racist and deeply rooted (redneck) opinions towards the eradication of this beloved plant, not "drug." Having been a long time medicinal smoker (although I've chosen to no longer medicate), and a proud Santa Barbara native who has in the past worked within the medical cannabis industry, I can boldly say this has been going on for as long as many people can remember. I cannot accept that increased border patrol/ post 911 has much to do with the fact that our mountains have some of the greatest environments to grow marijuana and many people in the industry are aware that we have epic conditions here to produce a hearty yield. As a local and an advocate for locals to try and make a living in a no longer afforable area, planting and harvesting marijuana are a means for many to be able to remain at "Home." I am also however quite dis-heartened that Mexican cartels have chosen our beautiful paradise and playground to destroy our natural landscape and precious watersheds with harsh chemicals, vast amounts of waste, fire hazards, etc. In fact, I don't want these cartel satellites anywhere near our backcountry/frontcountry as I cannot feel safe out hiking on an adventure in my favorate secret (not so anymore)spots. But, it does not mean anyone should put the blame strictly on Mexican members of our community, as there are plenty of greedy, environmentally unconscious people staking thier claim in the marijuana industry. Personally, I think it should be legal for medicinal use, lightly regulated if at all, not completely legal, but not constrained with the harsh penalties as many other "narcotics." It is the poor man's oil, but when people get greedy and make poor choices regarding our (especially unique Santa Barbara) environment, then I commend these officers for their efforts in erradicating these large grows which are detrimental to the natural synergistic existstance of our incredible mountain and riparian communities. I have personally stumbled acrross illegal grows which have appeared to be devastating to our incredible backyard (and carried out some of their waste), simply because I like to explore deeper than the average hiker. It's a toss up, keep it clean, play it safe, remember to be humble, take into concideration the impacts you may have on the natural environment, and if you choose to grow, acknowledge that they are out there looking for bigger fish to fry but you may get caught in the net! I also have an issue with the info I've heard regarding CAMP, is that they are apparently funded by redneck, beer-belly and alcoholic supporting Budweiser. Therefore, if this is true (and if someone would like to clarify), then it's partially due to the issue that they don't want stoners to diverge away from drinking their beer, thus their national (taxed) sales. Ironic that I've picked up far too many Bud cans from our backcountry!
On Week of Weed-Whacking
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