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Posted on June 3 at 5:37 p.m.

Ted Danson talks the green talk. But . . .lets review.
He and Mary Steenburgen maintain homes in New York City, Brentwood, Martha's Vineyard, Ojai, and (recently) Santa Monica. We are sure that 5 homes at boffo addresses are necessary for this environmentally conscious couple. We are sure all 5 are green. Very green.

On Oil and Water Don’t Mix

Posted on June 3 at 4:55 p.m.

Al Gore. Fine citizen of Montecito that he is. His family made their fortune in oil. Same for Tom Steyer and the Rockefeller foundations that fund the EDC, Linda Kropp, Katie Davis, et al. SB is a river of dirty oil money

On Crude Awakening: When the $#!% Hits the Sand

Posted on June 3 at 12:21 p.m.

Where else would Oprah (and her $Billions) go? SB is the Rivera of the west like you say. Yet we complain about one of the essentials (oil) like spoiled brats

There is a solution. Move to Eritea. There you will find a truly wretched existence. No luxuries, no CO2 emissions, and no oil. The UN Programme for Human Development lists a number of other places with equally low levels of human development. Recommend them to your oh-so offended friends.

On Crude Awakening: When the $#!% Hits the Sand

Posted on June 2 at 8:05 a.m.

According the the UN Human Development Programme (a liberal enough source, we are sure) . . countries with the highest human development index (HDI), burn the most hydrocarbons. Thus they emit the most CO2. Its almost a perfect correlation. Check it out.

So Barney, and all other SB oil haters . . .move immediately from first world SB and its very high HDI. Make the sacrifice. Move down on the HDI scale to Chad, or Eritrea. Its the only right thing for you to do . . eh?

On Déjà Goo All Over Again

Posted on June 2 at 7:39 a.m.

A human skimming boom. Cute. Bet all 500 of those sincere protestors got to the beach and back in oil-fired cars, over oil paved roads

On Hundreds 'Stand in the Sand' to Protest Refugio Oil Spill

Posted on June 1 at 11:33 a.m.

The slow response, and secrecy is troubling. Que bono on these big spill media events? Why the slow response, tight onsite security, and controlled media feeds?

Similar questions swirl about the BP spill. Slow response, tight security, and controlled (often laughable) media feeds.

Hmm. Are we seeing a pattern here?

On The Mysterious Case of the Automatic Shutoff Valve

Posted on June 1 at 11:13 a.m.

"Get Oil Out" is a religious chant in these parts. . . a silly orthodoxy that makes no sense whatsoever. Those uttering this chant, came (and will leave) in oil-fired cars. They live in conspicuous Santa Barbara opulance, all fired mostly on oil and gas. All of these conveniences are their right.

They apparently dont have a clue how silly they look

On Is it time to Get Oil Out of Santa Barbara County?

Posted on May 29 at 4:28 p.m.

Has to be the fault of the oil industry, oh and the Koch brothers.

On West Coast Sardine Fishery Closure Not Due to Overfishing

Posted on May 27 at 2:12 p.m.

Dont volunteer then.

On Refugio Cleanup Takes Applications

Posted on May 27 at 11:02 a.m.

Give it up about leading-edge processes and high-efficiency syntheses Jarvis. We green-leftists in Santa Barbara wish only to repair bicycles (made elsewhere) while softly humming kumbaya.

On Refugio Oil Spill a Crime Scene?

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