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Posted on October 21 at 3:52 p.m.
AutoCoalition, your arguments are like a broken record, irrelevant, outdated and inaccurate. So save your keyboard strokes for some other forum, noOne is reading your dribble..
On Park Your Bike at Bicycle-Friendly Businesses
Posted on October 12 at 2:27 p.m.
Yes, and alcohol and gravity ( usually in that order ) are still with us too !
On Second Isla Vista Cliff Fall in Two Days?
Posted on October 12 at 8:33 a.m.
I'ts starting to look like this place is crawling with financial criminals ! At least, unlike with the Obama administration, some of them are actually being prosecuted. AND I cannot help but wonder IF Nick Welsh had reported on the relationship between Cole and Prenatt IF he might have been punished ?? How can leaving something that substantial out of the piece be by accident ?
On Prenatt Sentenced for $13 Million Ponzi Scheme
Posted on September 25 at 2:55 p.m.
Maybe he showed up for the "The Fifth Annual Foodie Awards" ??
On Robert Redford Endorses Measure P
Posted on September 24 at 10:42 a.m.
Yes, "AutoCoalition" and their annoying inaccurate (and predictable ) diatribe has gotten very old. As a bicyclist I recognize I am at risk and have responsibilities BUT to not see that automobile drivers ALSO have a responsibility to use their vehicle safely and abide by some basic rules is insane.
I suggest that you move to LA where you can drive your "solidly built car" all you want at high speeds on endless slabs of manicured concrete. Then get back to us and let us know how well that is working.
On Truck-Bicycle Death Charges Filed
Posted on September 19 at 3:34 p.m.
Lisa, you omitted one *very important point:
Consider where you live and what the impact your animal will have on others, namely neighbors, especially IF it is a noisy dog.
SB is crawling with noisy, obnoxious Yap dogs whose owners apparently did not consider others when adopting a pet..
On Dog Shopping
Posted on September 17 at 2:39 p.m.
OK, Now let the polemic begin.
The usual suspects will no doubt make their divisive comments in no short time.
Folks that never ride a bike at all ( and seem to hate them and their riders) will argue their point of view, while the "bicycle bigots" will no doubt be shouting them down.
Those of us in the middle, who recognize that Bicycles AND Automobiles are here to stay, AND those that use them need to find sane ways to exist using the same resources, namely roads and paths, are left puzzled by the insanity of the arguing !
Take a deep breathe folks !
On New Bicycle Buffer Law
Posted on September 4 at 10:11 a.m.
I've sat in her courtroom and witnessed her turn a blind eye to overwhelming evidence,documentation and testimony of law enforcement to rule in favor of someone in what clearly appeared to be based on skin color and surname.
It does not get more problematic when you have a sworn duty to uphold the laws and be objective BUT outwardly profess and exercise such a racist bias.
I agree with JarvisJarivis in that this is inappropriate and unprofessional. We can and should do better with our choice of Judges.
On Big Changes on Bench
Posted on August 18 at 8:15 p.m.
"Professor Eileen Boris wrote of the video footage: “If she appears smiling on camera, she is ‘wearing the mask,’ that is, she is hiding her actual state through a strategy of self-presentation that is a cultural legacy of slavery.”
Geez ... and to imagine that people pay good money to listen to this kind of "mumbo jumbo" from clowns like this !!!
I'm with you Bill Clausen: the elite club of academentia is too often so blatantly out of touch with how the peons of our community scratch out a living. In this case though the judge was not fooled by this so called "wearing of the mask"
On UCSB Professor Sentenced to Probation, Community Service in Theft, Battery Case
Posted on July 24 at 2:12 p.m.
Apparently Judge Brian Hill did not find the shorts culpable.... sorry about that Ken :)
I'd like to hear what the University will say about the good professor, ie what punishment they might dole out ? This should certainly tarnish her career.
Regarding "Trigger Warnings" My understanding is that The Academic Senate rejected the idea out right as imposing on their academic freedom.
On UCSB Professor Pleads No Contest in Theft, Battery Case