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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.

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Posted on November 28 at 8:55 p.m.

Natty-G, a one way Uhaul truck SB to Houston is under $2000.

On San Benito County Drilling Ban Looking at $1.2 Billion Lawsuit

Posted on November 28 at 3:50 p.m.

Natty, cheap energy means y'all can load your stuff back in the moving van and get the H back where ya came from. Bet y'all's a wishin P had passed so you could sic your $600/hour lawyers on our county government to try and make us taxpayers pay for your sorry butts.
Nuffy, I've always driven sippers. Don't make a whole lot of difference if gas is $5 or $3 to me. Now, fillin up yer Hummer, that's a whole nother thang.

On San Benito County Drilling Ban Looking at $1.2 Billion Lawsuit

Posted on November 28 at 5:05 a.m.

Oil prices dropping. Organized opposition to drilling in folks backyards. Producers freaking about loss of $$$$ spent on careless speculation. Showing their true colors and typical lack of ethics, they decide that the people must pay.
Maybe the defeat of measure P was a blessing in disguise in that the market will sink these reckless oil speculators in SB Co. and they won't be able to wring blood money out of the people. Good riddance.

On San Benito County Drilling Ban Looking at $1.2 Billion Lawsuit

Posted on November 20 at 1:24 a.m.

Drivers license suspended for 9 months? Wow!?

On Maldonado Son Sentenced for Vehicular Manslaughter

Posted on November 18 at 6:32 a.m.

I've decided to go with the winners. Next time these tree huggers try to force their Marxism and smelly armpit ideology on me , it ain't gonna work. From now on I will vote for prosperous American Liberty jobs for Freedom. I might even apply for nighttime water truck driver to deliver water from private ranches ( you know, the ones with the big No on P signs by the freeway) to the new Freedom wells. If I get that night job, I will have days free to join NattyP , Scammer and the other whiners, er.... winners, in posting all day on the internet. Drill on America !

On Measure P Postmortem

Posted on November 14 at 10 p.m.

SME will be the county's biggest single entity polluter when they have all 136 wells operational and will emit 88,000 metric tons of greenhouse gas pollution. They have many rivals in the competition for the dubious award of biggest S.B. Co. polluter. And yes they pollute for a living.

On Measure P Postmortem

Posted on November 14 at 6:03 p.m.

Nuffalready is either dumb or playing dumb. Predictable either way.
SME will emit 88,000 tons of greenhouse gasses annually, but be allowed to purchase offsets . The 88,000 tons of pollutants will still be emitted and nuff is lying his butt off when denying it.

On Measure P Postmortem

Posted on November 14 at 4:49 a.m.

Nuffalready and his legion appropriately produce their lies by the barrel. His comment above about not being able to prove that oil producers pollute for a living is just another bogus falsehood that was swallowed by easily duped voters.
The 88,000 metric tons of greenhouse gasses that Santa Maria Energy were recently approved to emit annually from their 136 well operation is but one example of the pollution for profit I'm talking about. Multiply that by the thousands of other proposed wells and one can easily understand the extent of the air pollution these operations cause. That's without even getting into the other aspects of water usage and contamination .
Yes nuff, oil producers do indeed pollute for profit and your lies only work on those who were fooled by your $8 million campaign of deception.

On Measure P Postmortem

Posted on November 13 at 5:49 p.m.

It's really too bad that companies and individuals who depend on increasing our local pollution levels to pad their profit margins have such influence . I guess it is just more proof that the almighty dollar rules the land.

On Measure P Postmortem

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