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Posted on August 31 at 7:49 p.m.
Why didnt Mr Nava hook Kish up with one of those 1,000s of green jobs? He has the right party connections.
Could it be (gasp!) that there arent any?
Meanwhile, Mr Nava and his green minions are doing what they can to kill off the few good jobs we have left around here.
On Nava's Office Cuts Red Tape
Posted on July 22 at 10:46 p.m.
You Santa Barbara eco groupies seem like indulged children. At long last it appears your gig may be up. You can still hold your candlelight vigils and mourn 1969 on into eternity. Meanwhile the rest of us will extract the resources, pay the bills, and keep providing the cheap energy you say you dont use.
On Tranquillon Ridge Project Returns
Posted on July 22 at 10:18 p.m.
The big deal about adding a few more wells is:
The eco groupies see their political clout slipping away. Cry us a river.
Posted on June 4 at 5:29 p.m.
State government is so bad that it cant be revised or fixed. I'm with Nordquist and Maldanado. Drown it. Drive it off a cliff.
Posted on June 4 at 5:07 p.m.
We're broke now. Most on this board believe we should grow government bigger, find more species to protect, and get rid of oil production entirely.
Hasnt worked yet, but this time...if we can keep Stoker and his right-wing buddies out...it will work. Right?
On Stoker Enters State Assembly Race
Posted on April 22 at 2:38 p.m.
Oil comes from the earth Byrd, from the groundwater actually. Did you know that? This county and several adjacent counties are floating on oil. Its naturally commingled with your groundwater. Its been that way for zillions of years.
So say again how this 80 barrel spill (that was promptly sucked up) threatens the (real) environment.
Havent found a single 'shut em down' advocate that actually thinks. Maybe you could be the first. Dazzle me.
On Greka Goofs Again
Posted on April 22 at 12:09 a.m.
Dou4now. What contract to manage what oil transfer? It appears you havent a clue about the oil production business. Not a clue.
To the others, a spill of this size would easily be contained in the EPA-mandated dike. It was apparently sucked up quickly. Were any of you hurt? Did any of you suffer any loss in any manner? If not....what is your problem exactly.
Are you just posing for your fellow bloggers? Standing by for your learned and thoughtful answers.
Posted on April 17 at 6:11 p.m.
Mr Nava: Effective immediately, we expect you to make all your public appearances riding a non-oil burning burro. No more driving all those cars, travelling by air etc. You must walk the talk
On Environment 4-16
Posted on March 18 at 11:15 p.m.
You'll get your wish of expensive gas soon enough. The easy oil is gone. We have only the expensive deposits left. Did I make your day?
Posted on February 5 at 6:58 p.m.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) predicts world energy demand will increase 45 percent by 2030, mostly due to development of poor countries. Most of this growth will be fueled by oil, gas, and coal. Nuclear, and hydro will also factor in. Renewables and biomass wont grow very much they say.
Have a look for yourself:http://www.iea.org/Textbase/speech/20...
We are way behind schedule. So it has to be 'Drill Baby Drill', unless we superior, rich Santa Barbara-ans insist that the poor... stay poor.
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