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Posted on October 23 at 10:31 p.m.
Reading comprehension is not big in your skill set , eh Natty-G? We have always talked about industry plans for thousands of wells. This info from prospectus on companies seeking investors. Why, you deny their are plans for expansion ?
On Measure P: Can We See the Future Without It?
Posted on October 23 at 6:04 p.m.
No on P folks love to call us hypocrites for using oil but wanting to protect S.B. Co. from the pollution that oil production creates. I say they are hypocrites for wanting to live here instead of Taft or Wilmington where the full effects of the oil industry are on display. NoP voters should be required to spend a week or even a day in either of these places to see what it's all about.
Posted on October 23 at 5:03 a.m.
Mr. Dick , do you live under a rock. How do you not know about Greka fouling waterways multiple times or the massive pollution at Guadalupe Dunes ? Wow, ignorance abounds on the No P side.
On Oil Industry Does No Harm
Posted on October 23 at 5 a.m.
No current levels of taxation will be compromised as no current operations will be eliminated. Stop the lies. One salient point Reed makes is that the North County cannot stand on its own two feet. I'm all for splitting the county into two and cutting the umbilical cord. Let's get started on a new initiative right after November. We can call it Measure S. (split) and it will be something both sides have been calling for this campaign season. Let's get started.
On Oil Tax Money Funds North County
Posted on October 23 at 4:44 a.m.
Thanks Poodle for elaborating on oil industry malfeasance in the Guadalupe Dunes and Avila Beach cases of mass pollution for profit schemes that will not doubt be repeated unless measure P passes. Yes on P .
On Have You Kicked Your Inner Poodle Today?
Posted on October 22 at 4:58 p.m.
Actually Yes on P started nothing. The money grubbing, carpetbagger oil companies started touting expansion plans to potential investors and P is a reaction to that.
On Measure P: Litigation as a Weapon
Posted on October 22 at 4:52 p.m.
Sam , same exact thing in our area close to mixer board. Three loudmouthed women didn't stop talking loudly from before warm up act till end of concert. Such stupid stuff -taking pictures of their shoes and sending them to friends, etc. Dummies couldn't care less that music was being played and people around them came to hear music and not their loud drivel.
On Review: Daryl Hall & John Oates at the Santa Barbara Bowl
Posted on October 21 at 1:44 a.m.
Heading- Hall & Oats? Come on !? Oates , DJ , Oates.
Posted on October 20 at 9:19 p.m.
Eck, I'm disappointed that you rarely agree with my posts. I find your opinions and observations very poignant, common sensical and easy to agree with. Oh well.
On Mayor Blasted for Alleged Conflict-of-Interest
Posted on October 20 at 7:10 p.m.
Well executed set with good musicianship and singing but not a new song to be heard. Nostalgia band comes to mind. D.J. , on another note -why is it that Messina has performed two consecutive stellar local performances including Richie Furay and Rusty Young with nary a mention by Indy critics? Jim Messina presents the very best of locally produced music and you guys choose to just pass him up. Ask anyone who attended his Lobero or Solvang Festival Theater shows in the past year what they witnessed. You guys are blowing it.