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Posted on April 11 at 11:03 a.m.
No one has any ammo anyway, so why worry about it?
On Lead Ammo Blasted By Group of Experts
Posted on April 2 at 12:50 p.m.
Where are the native americans?
On Rails from the Crypt
Posted on March 20 at 8:29 a.m.
HOORAY!In 1984 I was a high school drop-out with VERY low academic skills. It was a lucky day for me when I found this great school. They took me where I was and encouraged me to advance. After two years I was ready and able to transfer to UCSB where I finished my BA (in three years) and was accepted to the graduate school of education there.
Thank you SBCC for a (so far) great 23 years in education!
On City College Declared Best in Country
Posted on March 16 at 3:46 p.m.
I went to La Cuesta High School, and although I didn’t graduate, the school helped to keep me out of trouble. God always has the last laugh, as for the last 23 years I have been teaching at a continuation school. Schools like this save the community money in the long run and are essential in saving kids from jail. Sad to see this one go.
On El Puente Closing
Posted on March 1 at 7:39 p.m.
Here is something you must never forget:
When every second counts, the police are only minutes away.
On Shoot-Shoot, Bang-Bang
Posted on March 1 at 7:45 a.m.
@ Sothep and billclausen
Apparently SezMe believes that when enough new anti-Second Amendment laws are passed, all the criminals will surrender their guns. Then we can all sing Kumbaya together.
And a special question for SezMe: Was it the spoon that made you fat?
Posted on February 28 at 1:49 p.m.
If gun control made us safe, then Chicago would be the safest city in the U. S. and not the murder capitol.
The spoon did not make Rosy O’Donnell fat.
Posted on January 9 at 11:13 a.m.
I would love to ask Mr. Fina-and get an honest answer-if he carries a concealed weapon. I have a few friends who are police, both active and retired, and they all carry a gun. Wonder why? Do they know something?
As a teacher with many years experience, I would welcome the opportunity to take a police training to be able to protect my students and myself in an emergency. If I was to “wash out” of such a program (I’m 62 after all) I wouldn’t be embarrassed or ashamed, but I would like to see such a program for teachers who desired it. Keeping up a high skill level would obviously be part of the deal.
I also want to point out that I once saw an excellent film about gun control-it was called Schindler’s List.
On On Guns and Safety
Posted on January 9 at 8:25 a.m.
@SezmeI cringe whenever I hear the argument that our military has grown so powerful over our civilian population that it must be feared and obeyed or raining death will surely follow.
It also makes me all the more respectful of our founding fathers who were certainly warned by earlier surrender monkeys like SezMe that they were CRAZY in taking on the best disciplined and greatest military the world had seen to that point. How grateful freedom loving peoples the world over are that Washington and Jefferson were at the helm and not SezMe.
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