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Posted on December 9 at 11:17 p.m.

Great article... Very informative.

These sharks are magnificent creatures - one of our favorite topics over at http://www.fearbeneath.com.

Perhaps someday we'll get some Great Whites at the Sea Center out on the wharf.

On Great Whites on Display

Posted on August 14 at 1:16 p.m.

Sharks fish for people ... Why shouldn't people be able to fish for sharks? (With proper oversight, of course.)

On Scary Shark, Tasty Lunch

Posted on August 14 at 12:25 p.m.

What a huge waste of taxpayer dollars. The inability of our oppressive administration to respect the laws of the state is unforgivable. The war on drugs is a sham, any reasonable person knows this, and medical marijuana provides serious relief to countless numbers of ailing patients. Just because it isn't lining the pockets of the old crony network and their big-pharma buddies, the persecution continues.

On Shakedown From Feds Imperils Medicinal Marijuana

Posted on August 14 at 12:18 p.m.

It's nice to see The Independent covering an important issue for local surfers and recreational ocean users. With the recent spate of shark attacks in the waters of Mexico, public awareness and education are increasingly important measures for preventing human-shark encounters (in addition to new technology... The Shark Shield? http://www.fearbeneath.com/2008/08/sh...)

On Myths, Mystery, and Mayhem of the Sharks Who Swim in the Santa Barbara Channel

Posted on August 1 at 8:23 a.m.

Much of the illegal agricultural use of our National Forest lands are the work of Mexican cartels and their employees - sent across the border to tend for (and guard with their lives) a plot of land for 6 months.

Running across an illegal marijuana patch in the wild is a far more frightening proposition than encountering a bear or cougar. Neither of those species carry rifles.

While I love to rage *against* the "War on Drugs," I certainly believe that these plantations are harmful to our National Forests - fertilizers, runoff, and the danger posed to recreational users of this land, are all factors that need to be appreciated here.

Please, grow your cannabis on private property.

On Sheriff Clears $87 Million in Pot from Los Padres

Posted on July 3 at 3:53 p.m.

As usual, excellent fire coverage that's unavailable from any other local news outlet. Thanks!

On Investigators Comb Fire Scene for Evidence

Posted on June 24 at 1:35 p.m.

"Whatever happened to a reasonable discussion of the issues?"

Maybe, Ray, a reasonable discussion went out the door when you published your one-sided, anti-mountain-biker propaganda on what is supposed to be an objective forum.

That "predictable response" obviously arose from your predictable misinformation campaign and personal agenda that you continue to push.

On Trail Picture Becoming Brighter

Posted on June 10 at 11:59 p.m.

more wasteful government spending that nobody wants except for CalTrans.

what a bunch of horse manure.

On Caltrans Gives Public Glimpse of Cold Spring Suicide Barrier

Posted on June 5 at 11:58 a.m.

Hmmm. Nice picture. No article?

On Winter of 2005

Posted on June 4 at 5:40 p.m.

Looks like a nice hike, had no idea it existed. Very curious to check out the pine stands; that's one thing i really wish santa barbara's backcountry had more of, is that sierra feel.

On Reyes Peak Hike

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