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Posted on March 19 at 7:04 p.m.
Which religious whackos are you talking about?
The two teenagers exercising their legally protected and campus sanctioned rights?
Or the unhinged, deranged professor who ran over their rights because she had no other counter argument to them?
Because your post clearly indicates you hate the former while the latter is the only one in this story deserving disgust.
On UCSB Police Department Releases Professor-Protestor Incident Report
Posted on May 15 at 8:16 a.m.
Oddly enough, when a study backed by the petroleum industry is published news organs go out of their way to display this. Yet when the big Green organizations fund agenda-centered research it's taken at face value.
Perhaps one area of human activity needing focused management is the corrosive and corrupting influence activist-funding has had on science.
On West Coast Threatened by Human Activity
Posted on May 11 at 5:26 p.m.
Recycled at the end of it's life cycle? Large scale disasters, especially in the Third World, render vast regions devastated for years and thus luxuries like recycling aren't reasonable. And asking aid agencies to recover them strains their already limited budgets.
While I think these are a really nice idea, the 'green' sales spin should be dropped from what are, essentially, the plastic water-bottles of the disaster world.
On Life Cube Aims to Save Disaster Victims and the Earth
Posted on May 11 at 1:28 p.m.
You have to bury the grass quite deep before combustion will occur. And I suspect people lugging tools up there weren't composting their clippings on site.
On Fire Investigators Narrow Down Start Point
Posted on May 8 at 11:02 p.m.
How it started and (potentially) who started it are rather irrelevant until the fire is out. However, if you have the energy to be conducting thought experiments like this then may I suggest channeling that energy into volunteering at a local shelter, donating canned goods, or any of the countless other ways you can actually help the people caught up in this.
On Updated Jesusita Fire Stats
Posted on May 6 at 6:40 p.m.
For those who can't translate, that should be 100 yards, not years.
On Flames Approach Foothill Road
Posted on May 5 at 3:38 p.m.
EZK, The Independent's website has always been better at covering these fires than the local broadcast news. I'm very thankful for that.
On More Reports on Jesusita Fire
Posted on December 20 at 10:15 p.m.
The entire movement against plastic bags is off of their danger to marine life - a danger completely fictionalized. The study that originated the fear was on fishing nets and a single agenda-driven activist skewed it into bags.
And the rest they say is history. A history that makes rich, white people feel better about themselves and poor, brown people have a harder time making ends meet.
On Kicking Plastic and Paper to the Curb
Posted on December 14 at 8:59 p.m.
Dave, you're a very bizarre man if you're still trying to tie this into Bush. Move on, relax, enjoy life. And look up a little thing called 'cause and effect'. You seem blissfully unaware of it.
Personally, I'll miss the cafe. And I want to thank Paul for all the love and work he put into making it a special place for Santa Barbara.
On So Long, Savoy
Posted on July 9 at 8:30 p.m.
So 30 people turned out because they think $5/gallon gas is too cheap? If Obama runs on that platform then he'll be lucky to carry one state.
On Rush Hour Rally