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Posted on June 5 at 8:11 a.m.

I can stereotype the chronic losers, I mean liars of the world. When you're gifted with bad parents, which I'm sure is the case, you learn to lie constantly at an early age for your own protection.
That protective habit of chronic lying always backfires with age, as we see here.
What goes around comes around- a phrase not invented, but observed throughout history.

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Posted on May 31 at 8:03 p.m.

DSM V is out (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DSM-5), they made it easier to conclude ADHD in children, and hence give them drugs. So progress is going in the right direction, they're being green$.
If a teacher thinks a kid is unruly (as happened to my stepson), they can force the child to get onto drugs (Concerta in my case). All to make life easier for the teacher. But in all honesty, some kids are wild, and there is some benefit.

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Posted on May 27 at 11:32 a.m.

You only need a large hill to commit suicide. Stepping around the barrier is all that's needed. But I'm still happy the barrier was put up. It may give a few people more chance to get their brain in shape for living happily.

Suggestion;
Add a few lighted bulletin boards at each end of the bridge to enable reading on the subject of suicide causes and solutions. Add a phone to a hotline too. Mental illness that causes suicide is a chemical imbalance. Once the balance is restored, much fewer people would commit suicide (unless it's physical illness of course).

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Posted on May 9 at 7:34 a.m.

Suggests parents are clueless also. Likely child abuse victim. She's a Jody Arias in the making. Dad, hide your guns when she starts dating again. Oh, darn sex-for-guns, she can get a gun anytime.
"Beware, they look like us", title of my book in progress.
There are many people like this out there, and they hide in plain sight and can act normal outdoors....beware! Natural born liars are hard to spot.

On UCSB Student Heads to Trial for False Rape Report

Posted on April 19 at 12:10 p.m.

Unfortunately the job description of District Attorney(prosecute people), Police Officer (arrest people) and Drunk(drink too much, break the laws) are well defined.

Each has done their proper job in this case.

It's safer for Police Officers to act as they see fit.
Anyone else go to work and people try to kill you?

Don't like our Police? Move to Mexico and give them attitude, like not listening to their commands.

On DA Dismisses DUI Case Against Tony Denunzio

Posted on April 11 at 8:04 a.m.

I am a regular to that bluff. About 4 trees were cut down, Eucalyptis trees, two or three circular huts were erected on the gently sloping hillside, and grass was added, with watering system. When people say "grading occurred" one thinks bulldozers, lots of soil moved. No chance that happened. Maybe shoveled some dirt for the huts.
What bugged me was the bluff was made instantly private property, locked gates, scary signs. Thinking wtf? I kept violating their rules. Wish I'd been arrested, I need the money. No chance those Bacara actions to redesign the bluff were by accident. Oops we forgot, and we're wealthy, oh just charge us some money happened again.

On Coastal Commission to Fine Bacara

Posted on March 30 at 4:58 p.m.

Hell, get him a job at the Sanitation department. I won't even state why, the reason is obvious. It's amazing what idiots can think of themselves. Pay your taxes dude!

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Posted on March 6 at 7:03 a.m.

The penalty (financial burden/stress/time wasted) due to the hiring of a lawyer is often greater than losing lawsuits. Don't hire lawyers! They don't help.
To the pinhead who lost the election "Grow UP!"

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Posted on March 6 at 6:45 a.m.

I know of the broken mind, you can't reason with it. I am 100% certain this broken human being thinks she is good and justified in all her actions. Lying since a young age is the genesis. She should be prevented from doing more harm, legally of course. I'm shocked she got probation, I'd have given her life, no parole.

On Judge Denies Request from Foster Mom Who Locked Kids in Cages

Posted on March 1 at 7:38 a.m.

There are only a few facts here. She's married to a judge, she went missing, she made up an excuse with no details for her absence. Then we taxpayers funded a search. If this is missing part #1, and it happens again, missing part #2 deserves explanation and monetary reimbursement.

When executives go to work, they are all powerful (like a judge), when they come home, it's an adjustment, some can't adjust....catch my drift?

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