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Posted on February 1 at 4:49 p.m.
The photo of her is about as enigmatic as the Mona Lisa. My knees are trembling.
On SBIFF Honors Cate Blanchett
Posted on October 9 at 6:36 p.m.
please google "dog bites by breed" and be prepared to contact the authors and tell them they are all wrong. give me a break, why do people need mean dogs? what are they afraid of? do they also have tattoos on their necks, shaved heads? let the numbers, facts, speak for themselves and if you must have a pit bull, be sure to have a good lawyer .
On Pondering Pit Bulls
Posted on March 28 at 5:09 p.m.
and the "economist" uses a term, "mission creep". the humanitarian invasion leads to an escalation ot time and FUNDS
On U.S participation in invasion of Libya...
Posted on March 20 at 11:26 a.m.
in the mens' room at a boatyard on terminal island, on the wall, "my mother made me a homosexual" and beneath it "if i gave her the yarn would she make one for me?"
On The Writing on the Desk
Posted on September 28 at 2:09 p.m.
draxor, please elaborate or are you just competing with colbert for mangling syntax
On Vehicle Hits Pedestrian on Highway 101
Posted on August 19 at 5:27 p.m.
and these people call their job "public service". they are behind us all the way and indeed revolt is called for, sieze their properties and let them ride vespas not limos or humvees
On Salary Watch: Goleta Sanitary District
Posted on July 23 at 12:18 p.m.
thanks indeed, a fine job of reporting. i never would join but who would have guessed how widespread this scam is. i just yesterday got the mystery shopper appeal and i now live in alabama, not that the cyber world observes boundaries. the sender of mine was: a.brown@mystery-shopper-u: i loved santa barbara from the 40s to 80s but now wonder about some resident miscreants you wrote of.
On Scams Just Keep on Coming
Posted on July 8 at 2:49 p.m.
bravo indeed and duh, will the chinese care one iota about lohan or the basketballer when moving in for the mineral harvest. last i heard they are aware of this treasure
On Dogs Before Dishonor
Posted on June 28 at 5:56 p.m.
and, jukin, i would not get too excited about unused booms unless you are really desperate to assert your neocon hatred. i live in lower alabama and i'm here to tell you, booms don't do much in any weather at all. if any heads are to roll i think the man who displaced heavy mud with water should be the first
On 'Human Boom' Takes Shape on West Beach
Posted on June 16 at 5:14 p.m.
thank you indeed. now i think i kind of know raymond and here is a story i would have liked to tell him. i was in nha trang in '68 shortly after the tet offensive, not as a soldier but as a merchant seaman hauling war materiel. i went ashore and had some beers with a GI who was a forward observer. he was in his twenties and his face sagged like that of a stroke victim, due to injuries. he had two purple hearts and six pending. i asked him if he looked forward to going home and he said not really, partly due to public sentiment against the war but mostly because i would be bored. i am no psychologist but the word "desensitisation" comes to mind. now i wonder how raymond fits into this scheme. and by the way, deborah, wow, what an exemplary person you are, and oh, what is the name of your dog? i love to ask people that. i am an alcoholic too, more the reason to think of raymond, i guess, and to avoid cars!
On Raymond Naranjo in Memoriam: Kind, Homeless Friend