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Posted on December 14 at 7:52 a.m.
I have known many a dancer in my life (I even briefly had a dancing agency back when Little Annie’s was going strong) and I have seen many women make a ton of cash.
But not one of them had any of it ten years on. I hope anyone who is thinking about doing this kind of work will reflect on this.
On Confessions of a Nude Dancer
Posted on November 6 at 6:55 a.m.
This is very sad--but what happened to the dog?
On Woman Hit and Killed on Highway 101
Posted on September 6 at 9:30 a.m.
"An independent with Libertarian leanings who harbors little hope of winning."
Thank Goodness for that! A loose cannon who doesn't know what he is talking about.
On Reform Candidate Joins School Board Race
Posted on September 5 at 12:44 p.m.
What was this guy doing on East Valley Road anyway?
On Suspect in Car Surfing Death Heads to Trial
Posted on September 1 at 10:58 a.m.
He will quickly learn in jail what is, and what is not, consensual sex.
On Man Arrested for Allegedly Raping 14-Year-Old
Posted on August 29 at 10:18 a.m.
If we want to save the lives of 30,000 little children, women and other innocent victims, we would reduce driving speeds to no more than 35mph. But we won’t, because we have made a compromise-speed against lives.In America-a country founded by religious people with guns-we have a history and a little thing called the Second Amendment. People who don’t like this should move.
On A Radical Gun-Control Proposal
Posted on June 4 at 1:14 p.m.
As a graduate of the UCSB Graduate School of Education (1990) and as a teacher just finishing up my 22nd year in the trenches, I can attest that the UCSB Teacher Education Program was just about the best thing that ever happened to me. Mentor teachers are very special people indeed. My mentor was Casey Roberts from Carpinteria High, and he taught me more about the nuts and bolts of teaching than any classroom experience can.
HOORAY for those honored today!
On Mentor Teachers Honored At UCSB
Posted on May 3 at 8:05 a.m.
@SBdude It is easy to see who among the posters here has any combat training or experience in real life and death situations. When police are in a shootout-their accuracy rate-despite all their training-is around 17%-and if you (God forbid) are every in a situation where you are shooting at an intruder-you will most likely not even hear all your rounds going off-just the click of an empty gun (if you have a revolver) or suddenly realizing you can no longer fire your 1911. The same with a knife-it could be that all the wounds were not even deep or life threatening, but they still "count". And rage is part of fighting-you get mad enough to win. That’s just the facts. Wussies who have watched too much TV can make ridiculous comments about how others should react-but anyone who has been there knows better.
On Vargas Guilty of Voluntary Manslaughter
Posted on May 2 at 1 p.m.
Just thinking about you Duncan.
On Obituary for Duncan Thornton Harper
Posted on May 2 at 12:36 p.m.
sbdude-16 stab wounds is not too many when someone is in a fight for their life. Your mind does not say-"that's enough"-one keeps at it until the threat (as perceived) is neutralized. Adrenaline is one of the oldest survival tools humans have in their quest for self-preservation-and is difficult to turn off.
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