Comments by spacey

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Posted on July 10 at 11:57 a.m.

'There is nothing political about any group that supports smaller government, lower taxes, less regulation...' there's some anti American Exceptionalism for ya! No wonder Jarvis sees problems in the education system, can't even make sense with a sentence. Taxes, small government, what's political about that?
Now Porches and acrobats, that's American Exceptionalism! USA!

On Tea Party on Parade

Posted on July 8 at 5:46 p.m.

If sex is all about pro-creation, then we're screwed. Must be tens of thousands of dewdly's running around which is also not good for the planet. Protect your children from 'alienated sex' (whatever that is), but is ok for them to watch beer commercials. Leave the children out of your sexual discussions about your weak desire for orgasm and engage in humanism. Get the dewd some color. Smell the flowers.

On Republicans Should Move to Center

Posted on July 8 at 2:03 p.m.

Tired of living in the past? Vote yes on P. Tired of stupid reasoning by people who claim to know more than you and act like it? Vote yes on P. "Environmentalists should encourage alternative energy if they hate oil, not discourage it." - brought to you by the brilliant minds of the oil industry.

On No on P

Posted on July 3 at 2:11 p.m.

So reality admits that fracks can cause earthquakes. If you are a human and something you're doing is causing the earth to quake..... wouldn't you pause and think again about what it is that you are doing? or are the paychecks so large that you forget ? sell out, cash in. It's obvious that oil companies are running things (war in Iraq, remember?). The planet is about to wipe out humanity and there are still those advocating for oil.

On Not OK

Posted on July 3 at 2:02 p.m.

So jobs, oil production and riches are more important than the survival of humanity? Got it. Love how you use schools in your opinion too, as if oil companies are doing so much to help our youth. What's next, venoco logos on youth sports jerseys? Leave the children out of this.

On Fracking Phantom

Posted on July 3 at 1:55 p.m.

the fact that people such as Rick think the two are unrelated speaks volumes of how our freedom, education and religious practices have failed the planet. I pity the generations to come.

On $200,000 Grant Approved for Climate Change Study for S.B. Coastline

Posted on July 3 at 1:50 p.m.

nobody got a land line anymore? Pretty sure old school Montecito does.

On Montecito Antennas Still Up For Discussion

Posted on July 2 at 1:33 p.m.

So dogs like to roll around in things they find offensive? Interesting....
Glad they got $100 million (in today's $, the cost of doing business) from the oil companies. Is that company still in business and how many times have they spilled since? If I screwed up that bad in a job, you think I'd still be allowed in that line of work? The game is rigged. Corporations are not people, they are titans.

On When Cattledog Meets Poodle

Posted on June 27 at 1:51 p.m.

So we should have militarized police patrolling dense urban areas while the ranchers & estate dwellers do fine with the occasional sherif patrol. Maybe invest in a crystal ball for the police...? Or maybe we pay the police/detectives more than the lawyers and see what kind of talent they attract ? That right there will solve the problem Barry brings up. Instead, doctors and lawyers chase the $ in the form of plastic surgery and Big $ trials and society suffers from losing talent to those motivators. Yes, we all need to survive so, we chase the $. Some are surviving on more than their fair share.

On A Catastrophic Failure with Tragic Results

Posted on June 26 at 11:20 a.m.

so, we are on the titanic so we might as well save.... jobs? even though it is not settled that we are on the titanic. Sounds like a movie (fiction). Time bandits maybe? Yes! Time Bandits, non-fiction. They cash in our time on the earth for $ and jobs. Dirty energy = dirty demise. The climate science is settled, it is heating up.

On Steam Versus Fracturing

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