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Posted on August 12 at 8:15 p.m.
Y'all got some very weird and disturbing priorities, especially GoldCoastLover. Linda I think I knew of you, my mom was a weaver.
SO MUCH DEATH recently! My sincere sympathies to the victims and loved ones, not all us media vultures (I read the news & watched the press conference, and obviously, the address was, sadly, clearly pictured by local news media). Have a good cry, say a prayer or just send bright thoughts. Blessed be, all.
On Multiple Murder Victims Found in Home Near Goleta
Posted on July 9 at 6:44 a.m.
Not "republished," but brought to the forefront because this site lists and highlights, by putting on the comment list, recent posts.
Ask Oliver Wood. Maybe someone who knows what's up with Mr. Robert's case will enlighten us. I too wondered, as I greet and honor Mr. Roberts from a distance, just another supporter.
On Shameless News-Press Breaks Out the Kiddie Porn
Posted on July 9 at 6:32 a.m.
DrDan, I do support public schools & school bonds. I get to take longer showers because I haven't added much to the burden on resources (only slightly kidding). Just in a black mood, but I knew as a pre-teen that I never wanted kids, and my mind never changed. Never found myself agreeing with you as much as I did this night/morning.
On Republicans Should Move to Center
Posted on July 9 at 6:20 a.m.
Dewdly, you might want to read up on golden age Greece.
Posted on July 9 at 6:12 a.m.
Shocked at Ebenstein's editorial, in a good way. But of course the Republican party was hijacked by the Tea Party and others who seek to control individuals, as do most if not all politicians, and now they're looking to gain supporters. I agree that politicians are power-hungry, money-wasting money grubbers, but will still vote Democrat nationally for the sake of a more liberal Supreme Court. No politician gives a damn about income inequality or their struggling constituents. Americans, even those in dying cities, and those dying in wars, don't care or disagree enough to protest. OTOH, protest makes no difference in the European countries where it is done, so why bother? I'm a total pessimist. I'll be relieved to be gone and not have left spawn behind.
Posted on July 9 at 5:51 a.m.
Reading is so educational. I didn't realize I dreamed about search engines and links as a child, while I read the encyclopedia."Manif pour tous" The Protest for Everyone" How dare they speak for people! Can you imagine the Tea Party using this label?!
March 18, 2014 An Anti-Gay-Marriage Tea Party, French Style?http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs...
Posted on July 9 at 5:23 a.m.
madmike & Ken at 2:45-3:22 July 8:I wonder if madmike ever got it? very, very funny.
On First UCSB PhD in Feminist Studies
Posted on July 9 at 4:43 a.m.
Loon Point: (I hope I'm not making a fool of myself by answering your question. I always assumed the poster's name referred to our local Loon Pt. We never had loons here though, did we? I've only heard them in British Columbia. Yeah, the Independent comments can play hard, AKA be nasty.)http://www.independent.com/news/2007/...Loon Point between Summerland and Carpinteria at the mouth of Toro Canyon Creek.
On Everyone Angry at Proposed Winery Rules
Posted on July 9 at 4:30 a.m.
cartoonz, are you defending or criticizing groundwater pumping for wine grapes? I think criticizing... Not that I'm getting involved in water wars. (But I do believe local government should've put strict controls in place at least a year ago. Have had a rock "lawn" for about 20 years).
Posted on July 9 at 4:16 a.m.
Left out the important part. Yes, something(s) specific happened in his life. I don't believe it was the gov't. Search his name, read some articles, or use the links already supplied. Sheesh, you must be good at googling.
On Montecito Man Arrested After Threatening to Blow Up Home