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Posted on December 6 at 3:25 p.m.
Well, this is quite sad- obviously for the victim, but also for Raymond who used horrible judgement at every turn- drinking if he's already got a problem; driving, fleeing!
Some are saying (here and elsewhere) that it's the Indy's fault because it was their party, but the party ended 2 1/2 hours before the accident, so it's a good guess that Raymond did some heavy drinking elsewhere.
I know Raymond, and while this will not be popular to say, he's a great guy- with a generous spirit. Did he do something horrible and stupid? Absolutely.Sometimes the perpetrator has his (or her) own demons. I'm not trying to excuse Raymond's behavior. Just saying I have compassion for him, too.
On Lois Capps Representative Arrested for DUI Hit-and-Run
Posted on November 11 at 5:53 a.m.
good work, TVSB staff and volunteers!
On TVSB Programming Among the Best in the Western States
Posted on November 8 at 9:21 a.m.
I don't think that, as claimed by the older vets, that "the underlying motives are to glorify war instead of providing necessary benefits to old and new veterans."
Those who want changes don't want to glorify war; from what I've seen and heard they want to honor the service of, and acknowledge the challenges faced by, returning vets. The building can serve many purposes- both as a living memorial to those who fought, sometimes without appreciation in unpopular wars, as well as a place where vets can meet, feel welcome, and find camaraderie and assistance.
On When Veterans Collide
Posted on July 11 at 6:47 p.m.
Excellent and interesting article about something unique and unknown to most of us right here in our community.
On Body Donors
Posted on May 3 at 5:13 p.m.
Looking forward to great stories on important local topics from the crew at Mission and State!
On Cabrera Returns to SB for Mission & State Journalism Initiative
Posted on April 10 at 6:08 a.m.
enjoyed this column for the candor and humor, and, like the person above, my wife also suffers from claustrophobia. it's real and it's painful.
On Small-Space Spasm
Posted on February 24 at 1:34 p.m.
There are at least two other corrections that should be made to this story:
1. The station staff was about 50% Latino, all of whom spoke spanish and english, so Ms. Rodriquez was not one of the station's few spanish-speaking employees.
2. Mr. Freund was not forced to resign; he actually gave the board of directors 3-4 months written notice that he did not want t renew his contract, ending seven years running the two channels.
On Angst in the Airwaves
Posted on February 19 at 1:01 p.m.
I had to eat at a Chick-fil-A in an airport a few years ago and I'd be one to get in a line NOT to ever have to eat there again.Politics aside, it was awful and damn near inedible, but then again maybe it was just a factor of being airport food.
I won't eat there for two reasons- the meal I tried to eat once before as described above and their hateful personal politics.
I drove by the line of cars outside their restaurant onto State Street last night. it was a huge traffic hazard.
On Chick-fil-A Drive-Through Posing Problems
Posted on February 18 at 3:24 p.m.
great article by marilyn gillard. witty and perceptive.all of her articles are good.why isn't she in the print edition anymore?
On Exercise Insanity
Posted on February 14 at 4:37 p.m.
Even from a hospital bed, Jerry rocks!
On Roberts Donates to Journos
The beloved Barry Spacks will be honored as a poet, ... Read More
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