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Posted on February 3 at 11:53 p.m.
Ironic, when the drought hits, real estate will be "under water."
On 'Mega-Drought' Looms
Posted on January 31 at 10:25 a.m.
Water Buffalos:Thank you immensely Barney for telling it like it is.So, that said, don't pay! If politicians had spines, they would simply default on this contract. Default is always an option. 50 million is boat load of money, and it's coming out of all our pockets.Speaking of pockets, it begs the question as to why the politicians have been ignoring the problem for as long as possible. It's the same story. Real estate prices will fall when the lawns dry out, and no one will get re-elected if that happens. I however would actively campaign for anyone who would default on that $50 million water bill.
On What Were They Thinking?
Posted on January 28 at 9:23 a.m.
With money supply booming and water drying up,how about planting dollar bills for green lawns?
Also makes a tasty salad, goes down easier than kale.
On In Time of Drought, State Water in Serious Doubt
Posted on January 27 at 8:57 a.m.
It's a good thing to see now what a con job state water was,so that we can understand that twin tunnels is also a con job.
Who remembers the plot of Chinatown?Make a drought, developers buy up the farms,build houses.
The only "water" that will come from these con job projects is the debt we will drown in. The con job is to use the public debt as a motivator for development. Too much government, ruining everything, all the time.
Posted on January 22 at 9:03 a.m.
According to Homeland Security, patriots, supporters of third party candidates and remote control airplane enthusiasts are all terror suspects and potential threats to the government. So choose red or blue unless you want to appear dissident to the NSA and have the Treasury freeze your bank account.
On Cease Fire, Anyone?
Posted on January 21 at 9:47 p.m.
Favoritism to Apple?Why not let the students choose between iPad, Xbox and PS4?As long as its not tax dollars. Is it?
On School District Approves $700,000 iPad Purchase
Posted on January 17 at 8:39 p.m.
This time the Yankees will come in the form of REITS and private equity funds.
On How Green Was My Valley
Posted on January 16 at 8:01 a.m.
And if you want to provide activities for youth, 250K could fund an entire skateboard park. Are you kidding? Ice skating? We used to have that on the mesa. It's gone now for good reason. Get with it people, you're in California now!
On Goleta Gives $250,000 to Planned Ice Skating Rink
Posted on January 16 at 7:55 a.m.
What an absurd waste. Why did they collect that money in the first place if they are only going to flush it down the toilet? Too much government and too many taxes.
Posted on January 15 at 5:02 p.m.
no widening, but let street vendors set up along La Conchita to provide refreshments to travelers.
On 101 Widening Project Sacrifices Local Streets
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