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Posted on December 18 at 10:53 a.m.
The prices have gone down since the shops closed?
On Pot Shop Calls It Quits in Lawsuit with City Hall
Posted on December 14 at 10:19 a.m.
A step in the right direction by the Congresswoman's office, unfortunately far to often it takes a tragedy like this to see where a in place system needs to be corrected.
I am curious, did the Independent or any other local media think to ask Chris Meager his impressions of his coworker at the party how drunk he seemed and what he observed? Since he was there also it seems a fair question.
On Capps Announces Changes in Hiring Practices Following Morua DUI Hit-and-Run
Posted on November 14 at 10:23 a.m.
The headline seems off, if they are just buying carbon offset credits and non local ones they are not really reducing any impact here.
I wonder if there could have been a middle ground force them to donate to social service groups here - food banks/homeless shelters/etc a few hundred grand a year and gone with the state level emissions.
On Enviros Successfully Challenge Oil Drilling Project
Posted on October 26 at 10:07 a.m.
14noscams instead of cherry picking a Oakland report why not showcase Los Angeles, Oxnard, or San Diego where research shows they have been effective in reducing crime and gang membership. A simple google search of gang injunction California effective or not pulls up a lot of info...
On Getting to Four
Posted on October 25 at 9:28 a.m.
Lois should express her displeasure by throwing down a gauntlet and introduce measures to take large swaths of land off taxpayer rolls in their districts. That would get local coverage in their market and also open up the discussion of their donations from the Chumash.
On Chumash Call on Congress for Camp 4
Posted on October 24 at 7:37 p.m.
Loonpt, you are joking right? Armed foreign citizens working for a cartel in the national forest not a problem...the sentence is a joke.
On Two Men To Be Sentenced For Marijuana Grow
Posted on September 5 at 10:05 a.m.
It would be standard operating procedure for news agencies to have requested the deceaseds criminal history if any, and under CA law it's public information. If the Indy or another publication requested that then it would come out, not necessarily law enforcement trying to "smear" the deceased.
On Police Shooting Suspect Had Extensive Criminal History
Posted on September 2 at 10:56 p.m.
My bad Rob of course you are correct. The cartel growers on national forest land who started the La Brea fire were freedom fighters, the ones who chased the hikers in New Cuyama were stand up people. The guys in Humboldt who locked the 15 year old girl in a box from LA and raped her are of paragons of virtue.
Its all the fault of the government and the laws, not the people in the marijuana trade being sketchy characters. Its not like for $150 for a doctor recommendation I cant grow my own in this state, its the governments fault. If Yosemite burns; its not the growers fault they are the standard bearers of liberty, its the governments how could I be so stupid. Those 50,000 plus Mexicans who died can take comfort in knowing they died so Americans can exercise their god given right to get high and by dying struck a blow against government tyranny. Viva the brilliance of Rob Engenolf!!
Again I support legalization since we are essentially there anyways.
On Illegal Marijuana Grow Discovered on Private Land
Posted on September 1 at 11:56 p.m.
I think it should be legalized, that said Rob - it wouldnt be the continued illegality at fault if it turns out that's what started the fire. It would be the dealer looking to make money in a illegal product. The only real blame if it proves true is with the person who started this.
I don't care if you are offended but your comment is the intellectual equivalent of someone saying a rape victim asked for it due to the way they dressed.
Posted on June 29 at 7:40 p.m.
This is great news for the LA/OC County crowd who have moved here and want Santa Barbara to eventually become just like what they left behind.
On Rick Caruso Takes Over Paseo Nuevo
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