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Posted on December 16 at 4:43 a.m.
Water boarding might be an appropriate interrogation method to find out what Dick knows about the outing of CIA agent Valerie Plame. I say put the old geezer on the board with the towel over his face and dump the buckets 180 times. Let's see what the tough guy with 5 deferments can take.
On Reaction to CIA torture report?
Posted on December 14 at 4:11 p.m.
Jarvis you are a numbskull. We let naked prisoners died of hypothermia while chained to wet concrete floors. That's not even the worst of it. By laughing it off you waive your right to indignation the next time one of our own meets a tortured ending. Are you human?
On Last Train to DogVille
Posted on December 14 at 4:02 p.m.
I know Coach Williams recruits good kids and puts an emphasis on graduating a high percentage of his players, but...... too many games like this including their first round ouster from last years tournament. It's high time for a coaching change and there is a great candidate in the neighborhood if he would have us.
On Mens BBall: UCSB v. U. of San Diego
Posted on December 11 at 6:12 a.m.
I look forward with eager anticipation to the day the man with no heart will vanish from the news and become merely a sordid footnote in history.
Posted on December 6 at 3:01 a.m.
Sharris says not one word about the issues raised in this suit .
On Fracking Fracas in Court
Posted on December 6 at 2:44 a.m.
There are a multitude of inefficiencies and bad planning by Caltrans on exhibit everyday in every corner of the state. Problem is that if you oppose rubber stamping their plans a cacophony of "just build it" voices will shout you down.
On Bummer-to-Bummer Traffic Guaranteed
Posted on December 2 at 5:25 a.m.
The almighty dollar determined the outcome of measure P , and now the almighty dollar will determine the viability of oil production in SB CO
On San Benito County Drilling Ban Looking at $1.2 Billion Lawsuit
Posted on November 29 at 4:41 p.m.
Oh no Locke, there's lots of free speech and it's for sale to the highest bidder.
Posted on November 29 at 4:41 a.m.
The cruel irony for the Santa Barbara Co. oil speculators who dumped $7 million into defeating P is that the plummeting market price of their product will give them their just due. Cyclic steam injection consumes vast amounts of energy($$$$$) and operational losses are looming in their future. The blessing in disguise of the defeat of measure P is that now they won't have the county to sue to try and make taxpayers pay for their losses. Funny how that works sometimes.
Posted on November 28 at 8:55 p.m.
Natty-G, a one way Uhaul truck SB to Houston is under $2000.