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Posted on April 10 at 10:09 a.m.
Freeway should have gone "under" and State Street "over" (at grade) with shops along it... (think ponte vecchio...not literally of course but use-wise)
No intervention whether widening State, or narrowing will ever remarry the two State Streets divorced by the freeway.
On New Beach Hotel Proposal
Posted on April 10 at 9:56 a.m.
Stand with me against changing the micro-habitat that the fallen tree will provide insects and animals. (although, let's trim it out with some faux revival tiles and have an annual parade with white people dressed as Mexicans dressed as Spaniards!!!) ((and dress our dogs up too)) (((and say "dude"))) ((((and be provincial))))
On Tree Down at Douglas Preserve
Posted on March 29 at 10:19 a.m.
enabling addiction is not helpful to anyone.
On Casa Esperanza May Implement New Sober Rules
Posted on November 26 at 9:43 p.m.
did they get coastal commission permission?! we must beat these newcomers into submission!
On Montecito’s Massive Tree Sculpture
Posted on March 14 at 1:21 p.m.
I want a refund on my property taxes for this AND for the Michael Jackson fiasco.
On Trading Miramar Bed Tax for Buildings
Posted on March 10 at 3:34 p.m.
Thank gawd we don't have a freeway sign (yet) "north" of Goleta reading: "other South Coast Cities"
On Santa Barbara vs. Palm Springs
Posted on February 4 at 9:29 a.m.
let's criminalize fast food and make gross fatties pay on the black market for their double-double binges!!! seriously. (that along with either drug legalization or saudi-style enforcement....and stop trying to have it both ways)
On More and More Smugglers Take to the Sea
Posted on August 11 at 9:33 a.m.
el presidente would be called "grand master" of ceremonies and be in blackface.....
On Shame of La Fiesta
Posted on August 11 at 9:32 a.m.
The whole "spanish" thing is so overdone anyway. To celebrate land conquest, religious persecution displacement and murder would be like having "old plantation days" in south carolina. Let´s get over the spanish myth people. The red tiles are a 20th century disneyesque pastiche, and santa barbara is about as modern of a melting pot, albeit disguised as a town, as one could imaging. Let´s get over this silly mythology, and move forward.
Posted on July 8 at 10:36 a.m.
seems crazy to worry about low-level radio waves on electric meters when we are bombarded at every turn by wireless signals (radio and otherwise) in absolutely everything. Car keyless entry, home security systems, cell phones, wireless internet......the list goes on and on.
On Smart Meter Smack Down