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Posted on February 16 at 7:41 p.m.

Read that Montecito is NOW DESPERATE for water! Then another article says that Montecito had opted out of the DeSal Plant.

How were the Monticitans ever going to wash their Bentleys?

There is Strength in Unity
- Ancient Parable -

On Santa Barbara City Council Declares Stage One Drought

Posted on March 15 at 10:25 p.m.

Tudor is on notice by the Public now. And Cam Sanchez is just too pretty to come off as serious member of effective law enforcement.

On Mistrial Declared in Tony Denunzio DUI Case

Posted on March 9 at 9:32 a.m.

We are so very lucky to have Fairview Gardens in our town. They are good, honest people doing an excellent job of teaching others about growing good, honest food.

Thank You Fairview!

On Leadership Goes to the Chickens

Posted on February 3 at 8:32 p.m.

@ billclausen
I can accept that. It all is senseless and it sucks.

On The Goleta Postal Murders

Posted on February 2 at 11:19 p.m.

The answer to “too many shootings” is definitely MORE Guns! When everybody has guns, they can kill one another off. Soon, the National Death Rate will drop exponentially - proving Wayne LaPierre and the Holy NRA's Leadership are RIGHT for America! Hey Wayne, 20 killed at once was just not enough.... exactly how many dead children is it going to take to get this all rolling, Bro?
Call Me Crazy.

On The Goleta Postal Murders

Posted on February 1 at 7:10 p.m.

@ Ken_Volok
Agree completely. Do you think the Obama Administration's Gun Control proposals will effectively address at least SOME of the aspects of unbalanced people getting weapons?

I hate to say it, but the old bumper sticker.... "When Guns are Outlawed, only Outlaws will have Guns" is for the most part true.

"GUNS". It is DEFINITELY a huge dilemma. My assessment of the whole situation is to 'start packing', and hope the day never comes when I will be forced to kill somebody who's off their pills. Or for that matter, that I might start getting soft and start blasting my neighbors, etc.

On The Goleta Postal Murders

Posted on January 31 at 6:59 p.m.

What happened was so very shocking and sad. Our hearts go out to the people who were involved and affected.

The present Gun Laws are coming too late for this particular incident, and many thousands since. But MAYBE they will help in the future. MAYBE there will be a few-less lives wasted; a few-less lives shattered. MAYBE, and HOPEFULLY.

It is obvious that there were "opportunities missed" with this lady. I'm an advocate for "sensible" GUN CONTROL measures, because there are just too many ways to slip through the flaky Mental Health System (as it is).

One pissed-off or deranged person has the capacity to do a whole lot of harm with a weapon designed to easily kill - many, many times.

On The Goleta Postal Murders

Posted on September 8 at 9:30 p.m.

We need Housing.

Low Income housing. I mean REALLY low income housing.

Not $300,000.00 "Affordable" housing.

Not a strip mall.

On Goleta Planners, Area Residents Critique Development Proposal

Posted on August 18 at 7:38 p.m.


My spouse and I live up a canyon, pay whorehouse rent, cannot afford Cable, and we feel very lucky to be able to get KEYT on our trusty old antenna; the only other stations we can get are in Español, and we don't habla.

As far as KEYT's programming goes, it is indeed "generally horrible" - especially compared to stations in other parts of the country we've experienced. The infomercials and commercials are often annoying... "No-No" for the former; AAA-repeats for a painful 60-minutes on Sunday morning between ABC's GMA and "This Week" for the latter.

However. Local programming - including their extensive news coverage is so important to not only the sense of community we all seem to need but lack, and it is obvious that the people we see on KEYT are dedicated and professional. And they want to make a go of it.

I hope Cox and KEYT can seal a deal. for the sake of our dear community.

On Cox Cable Customers May Lose KEYT

Posted on August 12 at 1:05 a.m.

@ Botany
I see a clear difference between what you call "politics" and what we call "decency" and "equality". Crime? Discrimination against Gays and Lesbians is a crime.

@ Ken_Volok
Beach Parking Fees.... BIG Problem!
The right for Gays to Marry..... NO Problem!

On Chick-fil-A Debate Santa Barbara Style

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