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Posted on August 27 at 12:34 p.m.

Knock it all you want, but David's treatments work. My Husband stopped snoring after his first treatment. That was 5+ months ago. And let me just say, after 20 years of sleeping next to a guy who snores like a chain saw, I'll be forever grateful to David! Hubby didn't even go in for that, it was just a blissful side affect of having his allergies treated. He was also treated for anxiety, and that worked as well. I have to giggle at the skeptics after my restful night's sleep!

On Holistic Allergist Promotes Tolerance

Posted on April 13 at 5:10 a.m.

I have to agree with Eckermann. We live in a town with lots of athletic folks who do pretty extreme things on occasion. Those guys were keeping an eye on her, which makes me believe that they likely called out to her and she didn't respond. Me personally, I'd have called authorities anyway because of the time at which she was swimming. But I don't fault these guys because I wasn't there, and no one was holding a stop watch to see when/how long it took them to make that call. THEY know what happened and what measures they took. Not for me/us to judge, but they did call for help, which didn't come right away, and one of them tried to save her life by jumping in that frigid water after her. Even if they hesitated, which I'd understand here based on the description, ultimately one of them risked their own life to save her. A big HEFTY thank you to that person!!!

On Woman Drowns Off Stearns Wharf

Posted on August 24 at 3:03 p.m.

"Zapien identified the family living in the house as Leo Leon, 23; his wife Lorena, 27; and their 7-year-old son. Zapien did not name the son. The family had moved to the U.S. from Oaxaca, Mexico, about five years ago, he said."

Extremely sad, my sincere condolences to their loved ones and friends.

On Rig Crushes House, Kills Residents

Posted on July 7 at 12:38 a.m.

So young, I am so sorry for her family's loss. Condolences...

On Obituary for Elizabeth Alicia Gonzalez

Posted on July 6 at 12:07 p.m.

Um... they did put the address in there, LOL. Forget your coffee?

On Fire Breaks Out in Montecito Shopping Center

Posted on July 5 at 5:15 a.m.

IMO, the city should step up police patrols in the areas affected by the nighttime outages. If local news is going to post such hours, then it only increases the possibility of mischief. No blame to Indy of course, because it's obviously word to spread, but honestly, it's only fair to the residents affected by this that the city take precautions. Just sayin'.

On Planned Power Outages to Affect Santa Barbara Area

Posted on July 2 at 11:15 a.m.

To Fearbeneath: Sorry, but that website is RIDICULOUS! That article on SB truly IS fear-mongering, IMO. Terrorized? Puleeezzzze. This whole thing is about being aware and using common sense.

On Shark Tales

Posted on July 2 at 10:52 a.m.

Sorry, Avila beach, not Pismo :)

On Shark Tales

Posted on July 2 at 10:49 a.m.

Gaijin, et al, it depends on the kind of shark. Not all sharks attack humans. Great Whites, however, obviously are more willing to try just about anything, as are Tiger sharks. To Chester: The Junior Lifeguards did the responsible thing and stayed out of the water for a couple of days. Great Whites travel great distances for food, and it is likely the shark will move on shortly. But when one is spotted in the area, it is wise to avoid the water for awhile. Honestly, if your own kid was in Junior Lifeguards and there was a seal attack by a GW right in the waters where they swim, I'm sure you'd be concerned. It's not hysteria, it's common sense. Sharks are attracted by scent, AND noise vibrations in the water. 100 kids jumping in for a swim would certainly provoke the curiosity of any GW's in the area. In 2003, a woman was swimming up around Pismo near a group of sea lyons, and she was attacked and killed by a Great White. Authorities urged people to stay out of the water for a week until the shark moved on, which it apparently did. Here's the article:

http://articles.sfgate.com/2003-08-20...
(or just google "shark attack Pismo")

Be safe out there, and happy 4th of July!

On Shark Tales

Posted on June 30 at 11:18 a.m.

Sorry to bother, but the article says it starts Wednesday (today) but also that the work will be done from Sunday through Friday.....?? Would you mind clarifying? Thanks :)

On Highway 154 Road Work to Slow Traffic

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