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Posted on June 19 at 5:36 p.m.
HAHAHAHA! Peed in my bunnysuit! :) henry
On Secretive Space Plane Lands at Vandenberg
Posted on June 19 at 4:13 p.m.
CA drop the ball? No way Jose. All those repeat offenders you see re-commiting crimes are part of the standard operating procedure in CA.Remember bro, (quotation marks for intended sarcasm) these are "victims" that are "wrongfully" being convicted & incarcerated.They can all be "rehabilitated" & become "productive" members of society.We just have to keep "giving all the chances" in the world so that they can "prove their worth" as citizens.The reason they can't follow the straight & narrow path of law abiding society is because of Bush, Cheney, Rowse, Francisco, Hotchkiss & that vast "conservative" conspiracy, as well as that evil entity known as "The Man" :) henry
On Anthony Vasquez Sentenced for Sexual Assault in Elevator
Posted on June 19 at 4:05 p.m.
Well John, as long as you're upwind from a hydrazine leak (preferrably 0.5 mile) you'll be safe w/out the bunnysuit.However, if you start feeling a burining sensation on your eyes & pick up a sort of sweet taste, you're in the exposure zone, decontaminate & watch for other symptoms of hydrazine exposure. Stay upwind, you'll be fine widdle fella :) henry
Posted on June 19 at 11:44 a.m.
The reason the hosers use the hazmat suits is because there's probably/possibly residual fuel in the tanks that is highly toxic.Not sure if they're using it, but hydrazine is very popular as a propellant & has a tendency to hydrolize anything it comes in contact w/. Remember the Seacliff train derailment in August, 1991? Hydrazine.Another reason for the bunnysuits is because of the formation of radioactive isotopes on certain metallic parts of the vehicle due to constant & long term exposure to cosmic radiation.Just a precautionary procedure, proper PPE (personal protective equipment) is a SOP (standard operating procedure) when dealing w/ equipment like this :) henry
Posted on June 18 at 2:50 p.m.
DrDan, Kind fof getting your drift. 1 of the problems I see is these workers getting boinked by the "double whammy" once it is all said & ddone.The moment they get a contract negotiated for them 2 things happen:
1) Taxes go up.2) Union dues go up.
For you (granted you ain't SEIU) or me, no issue, it is just tax increases. For the SEIU rank & file, tax increase, union dues increase. Who really loses? :) henry
On Schneider Postpones Tax Initiative Package One Year
Posted on June 16 at 9:29 a.m.
DonMcD: "I still don't think the cops, fire-fighters, teachers, etc are to blame for the economic meltdown."
DonMcD: "And I don't think that their collection bargaining rights are the problem."
Murky waters, but somewhat agree.
It ain't their collective bargaining rights that are the problem, it is theire representation (SEIU).When the business agents place politicking above the interests of those they serve only to better themselves you got a real problem & that is what usually happens (said as a former member of AFL-CIO Carpenters & Joiners Union, local 727, Hialeah, FL) :) henry
Posted on June 16 at 9:16 a.m.
AZ2SB: "I am a pretty light skinned latino myself and have been able to pull off being a white man a few times. Not too shabby."
Alright there mister, you're walking my side of the street, knock it off! :) henry
On Man Charged with Murder in Hit-and-Run Accident
Posted on June 15 at 3:39 p.m.
KenV: "Murillo has only been on the council since January."
Absolutely true, but I believe she's been privy to this mess for quite some time through external means/sources :) henry
On Channelkeeper Tagged for Fee Hike
Posted on June 15 at 11:50 a.m.
blackpoodles: " posted comments too, and not only were they deleted, all mention of the fact they had ever existed was removed as well."
Since Orwell's "1984" never quite became a true social reality some folks have taken it upon themselves to make it THEIR reality. Kiss this comment bye bye soon :) henry
Posted on June 15 at 11:40 a.m.
"Hey occifer, I'm the guard on duty &... OOPS! Was that a Robin ventura autigraphed baseball that fell out of my jacket? Nah, can't be... What? The piece of broken display case lock? Nah, just another shiny object I was attracted to."
There was a time when crooks were actually "smart" (not in the conventional sense, criminal behavior is stupid) & would actually try to cover their tracks.Seems like now there's a sense of entitlement these idiots have that shows a brazen disreguard for the law & toward society.The good part is they get caught as a function of that attitude. Case closed on this 1, book em' Danno :) henry
On Security Guard Arrested for Stealing Sports Memorabilia from School