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Posted on August 25 at 6:41 p.m.
Davey, if you only knew. A very wide berth recommended.
On Depression, Addiction & Me
Posted on August 25 at 5:02 a.m.
Perhaps in his new state of consciousness he could reexamine some of his past deeds. Don't want to character assassinate too forcefully, but this is a man who needs to take a long hard look at some of his past actions.
Posted on August 15 at 6:28 p.m.
This is almost funny in its deception. "We have been using produced water" . Produced water? Come on sonny, who's writing this crap for you?
On Don’t P on Our Community
Posted on August 2 at 9:23 p.m.
Jarvis doesn't need science or factual accounts to form his opinions on P. If he had an ounce of curiosity in him, he would research what is going on with extraction in Alberta and elsewhere that high energy extraction is in process.
On Thoughtful Analysis Preferred
Posted on August 1 at 6:26 p.m.
Weddings and BBQ' s ? Good luck with that. The dinner and theater has been a rare treasure and we made a point to see at least one show a year. Will really miss it ! If they don't control the horse flies, you can forget about daytime weddings and bbqs. The dinner and theater worked because the flies retreat in the evenings. We've stayed there for the weekend and it is pure misery with the flies during the day.
On Circle Bar B Theatre Closing
Posted on July 25 at 5:10 a.m.
Ok, Barney, good job. Next assignment - get to the bottom of Santa Maria Energy claims of re/recycled water supplying all their water needs. Common sense tells us that it is not logistically or economically possible to supply 7000 new wells with 100% recycled water. Especially not at the elevated prices quoted in this article. Much easier to buy well water off remote ranches with the added bonus that no record of those transactions is necessary. Under the radar and no reporting required. Go get em, Barney and bring the Poodle.
On Soggy Dollars
Posted on July 23 at 6:28 p.m.
Western States Petroleum Assoc. must be very happy that Mr.Morgan memorized their false talking points so well. This is just a small wave preceding the Tsunami of propaganda that will flood our airwaves soon. Vote Yes on P !
On Economic Terrorists?
Posted on July 21 at 1:55 a.m.
While wholeheartedly supporting Measure P , I sometimes feel like our movement is sitting on the wrong side of the tree limb with a saw. Limiting supply without a commensurate effort at reducing demand makes no sense to me. Energy conservation must be a top priority and is an area where we can all participate.
On Measure P Preserves and Protects
Posted on July 16 at 4:29 a.m.
Santa Maria Energy and the other players in proposed massive expansion of cyclic steam operations would have us believe that their water needs will be met by using recycled water. Only the most naive will be fooled by that load of b.s. It is not logistically possible to supply 7000 new wells spread over vast expanses of the county with recycled water. Our own problems with keeping the recycled water system at el Estero treatment plant on line should be a fair warning as well. SME and their counterparts will undoubtedly exploit well water on remote ranches to rob aquifers of much needed water . The same water needed for established ag and domestic needs.
On Extraction Faction
Posted on July 12 at 5:02 a.m.
What Mr. Hazard ( appropriate name, don't you think) conveniently doesn't mention is the state of high risk well inspection. Having " the strongest protections regulating oil production in the nation" doesn't mean a thing if the rules can't be unforced. Up to 40% of wells aren't inspected because of regulatory agencies funding issues. Why ? Anyone think the $10 million a year that big oil dumps into Sacramento lobbying has anything to do with it? Groups like the one Hazard belongs to and Western States Petroleum Association grease their way to big profits with lavish spending and influence peddling at our expense. Yes on P.
On Extremists Block Path to Energy Independence