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Posted on September 21 at 7:51 a.m.
Yes, it was a diverse crowd opposing new construction:
Young and old.
White and white.
Rich and rich.
On Bishop Ranch ’Burbs Blocked
Posted on August 31 at 10:18 a.m.
Rent is high in SB. Everyone knows this, and Williams is absolutely correct.
On Reform Effort Dismissed as PR Stunt
Posted on August 26 at 7 a.m.
Is this article an April Fool's Joke? The author devotes 90% of the article to covering the defense's argument, she doesn't bother to explore the prosecution's side, and then, at the very very end, she briefly mentions the slightly salient fact that the defense's hired gun "expert" is a fraud.
How much did McCaw pay ya for this one, Becky? Was it worth selling your soul?
On DUI Case Against Peter Lance Could Be Collapsing
Posted on May 18 at 10:39 a.m.
What 6:50 AM 24x bus? The sched shows a 6:30 AM and a 7:00 AM.
On MTD Approves Service Changes
Posted on March 10 at 12:12 p.m.
The use of pidgin English in these comments proves that we need to support our teachers, not make war on them.
On Public Employee Rope-A-Dope
Posted on April 10 at 8:35 p.m.
I've been here for 10+ years. Floatopia or not, I'm not going to be out there partying.
I simply refuse to live by the rule that drove the Bush administration: "The rules don't matter as long as I agree with the outcome."
I refuse to be a hypocrite.
On What's Wrong with Fun?
Posted on April 10 at 3:29 p.m.
Funny, mesamike. I recall hearing exactly the same argument from the Bush administration when they were torturing detainees and wiretapping our calls and asking public libraries to send them lists of what books we checked out.
The ends justify the means, eh?
Posted on January 23 at 2:02 p.m.
I can't imagine anyone I'd rather have represent me in Congress than either of the two insurance company big-wigs who have announced their intention to run against Capps. I mean, when you're in trouble, who can you trust? Your insurance company, of course! Claims are handled "like a good neighbor" would (but of course, your coverage will probably be terminated should you ever make a claim). And insurers have just been awesome about limiting their annual premium increases to no more than 20% - 30% per year (but don't miss a payment...or even make a payment by accident that's a few dollars short, because you'll be disenrolled).
And I applaud Jennifer Stockdale and her bubble top van. It's an utterly practical method of transportation when one makes a living looting and pillaging American families. Imagine how much of our cash she can fit in that bubble top!
PS--Anyone who votes for an insurance company big-wig deserves what they get!
On “Terrible Decision”
Posted on January 13 at 7:01 a.m.
I went on your review of Justo the Tailor and almost got royally shafted. They wanted $90 just to taper a pair of suit pants! Needless to say, I helped them remove the pins and got the hell out of there while I still had my wallet!
On Head to Toe