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Posted on October 13 at 7:50 a.m.
Go William! I am so happy you made it to New York!
On Occupying Wall Street
Posted on June 10 at 10:01 a.m.
Come on! The company didn't know about HIV or Hep C when these life saving products first came out. Think about the lives saved by using these products. I'm sorry there are side effects to unanticipated contaminants of new therapies. But new therapies save lives. These same new therapies that now save lives of folks infected with HIV and Hepatitis.
On Before 9/11 There Was 6/5
Posted on March 1 at 7:58 a.m.
Holly (above) wrote a great comment! Thanks for your eloquence!
On Cabrillo Ball Field Brainstorming
Posted on January 13 at 8:35 a.m.
While I appreciate the recognition, actually it's the Unitarian Society, not Dr. Jahnke, which is heading the effort to run the warming centers. I merely, but gladly, work for them. I may have helped start it last year, but now it's in the ever so capable hands of the Unitarian Society. I am proud to be working for them and recognize their incredible effort this year in taking the warming centers to a more organized, more professional place.
Lynne Jahnke, M.D.
On $10,000 Approved For Warming Shelter, Just Barely
Posted on November 24 at 3:32 p.m.
Great Thanksgiving Special! I'm thankful to live in a town where we have so many local heros. I know there were many more names submitted than they could actually publish. I like to focus on what's working rather than on what's wrong. Go Independent!!!
On Local Heroes 2010
Posted on November 24 at 3:30 p.m.
It actually feels good when they pat me down. Like a mini massage. Am I weird? We americans are too phobic about being touched. Or obviously being seen "naked" by the scanners. We see more cleavage around town than I'd like to see too. Not to mention the obesity epidemic that grosses me out. What a world we live in!
On New pat-down rules in airports?
Posted on August 3 at 9:34 a.m.
This is a wonderful development. The Cancer Center has provided cutting edge care unexpected in a small town like ours. The staff are incredible and the services they provide to the community are priceless. Most of us have known someone dear with cancer. This is a program that deserves all of our attention and as much money as we can afford. Congratulations to Rick Scott and his team!
On Santa Barbara Cancer Center to Build New Facility
Posted on July 25 at 8:59 a.m.
Come on! 6 figures is what Mike earns because he's good at his job. No point in hiring someone incompetent to run the shelter for a stipend. Now, I disagree with Mike on a lot of issues, but he certainly earns and deserves his salary. Some of the extra staff at Casa may have to go since Mike dreams big. But we need to at least maintain beds for folks to sleep in. I consider it a privilege to give money to the poor and I'm happy to donate to Casa.
On Off the Floor No More?