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Posted on December 11 at 6:09 p.m.
Thank you, Mr. Hedden.
Your piece brought a tear to my old eyes of days long past and the taste of the Pacific in my mouth, the smell of the Pacific Ocean that the Atlantic can't ever touch.
I haven't picked up a board since I sold mine for gas money back in 1995 to drive out to my parents home state of Michigan. Now living in Northern Virginia across from our Nations Failure of a Capital, I am more homesick than before I read your story.
I'll sit in front of this glowing LED box and watch, "Above Santa Barbara", on CD of my hometown and near birthplace asking myself yet again, "Why the Beep!, did I leave that place of my soul for this soulless shell of a joke we call American Leadership"?
Oh, yeah, the endless pursuit of the Almighty Dollar...
On A Santa Barbara Homecoming
Posted on December 10 at 9:26 a.m.
I agree, besides with all the hard partying that IV, has how can anyone be fearful of the stoned and drunken students Hijacking the local Government elections, they facebook about nothing but drinking, raping and falling off the cliff's to be interested in anything else..
On Isla Vista a Gold Mine of Altruism
Posted on December 9 at 10 a.m.
They look like such a happy couple...
On Suspected Mail Thieves Apprehended
Posted on December 9 at 8:45 a.m.
What!? The Race-card failed?
On Federal Court Dismisses Santa Barbara Woman's Discrimination Lawsuit
Posted on December 8 at 9:40 a.m.
The Federal Government always auctioning off Military surplus at this site link; http://www.unclesamsretailoutlet.com/ Either for the individual or a group.For a Group exclusively; http://www.govliquidation.com/ Great place for Rescue Missions to pick-up bulk surplus to give to the Troops living on the Street and as more Wounded Warriors keep coming back and to the streets of Santa Barbara, this is an excellent site to keep them clothed and supplied until they return to civilian life and away from their personal wars...
On Warming Centers Offer Shelter from the Storm
Posted on December 8 at 6:31 a.m.
5 - Gallon Bucket = Collect as much as possible...
On Favorite items to collect interior roof drips...
Posted on November 27 at 12:11 a.m.
Maybe placing strategically placed CHP or SBSO cars on the side of the road pointing in the direction with and active speed radar to activate all those radar detectors that drivers in California aren't suppose to have. Check the cars photo shot cam ever evening and issue tickets.. After a while the riders will get the idea that there being watched and hopefully it will start slowing down and they'll being more careful, bring them out the cars every other Month to keep the traffic in check.
On Fearful on the Pass
Posted on November 26 at 9:55 p.m.
FUBAR: "F' ed Up Beyond All Recognition"and SNAFU: "Situation Normal: All F' ed Up."And think covers it from the many Service men and women, that I have active interaction with everyday at work...
On March of the Mutt-Mitted Zombies
Posted on November 26 at 9:23 p.m.
Spacey, they do! They can tap your phone and record your every word, they can route your call to a Law Enforcement Agency and have you picked-up for a number of violations in the Patriot Act, they can use your Cell phone to target you with Drones and Cruise Missiles, they can activate your phone from any remote location and view you, record you and even track your every move but they can't save your life or send medical assistance to keep you alive, that is a Local thing and that just doesn't seem to work but to illegally wire-tap you? Oh Yeah!
On State Urged to Fix Fatally Flawed 9-1-1 System
Posted on November 26 at 9:14 p.m.
State of California, City of Los Angles, April 29, 1992, The Rodney King Riots......all...over...AGAIN!
On Hundreds March in Solidarity with Ferguson