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Posted on March 7 at 11:23 a.m.
kind of like Chaucer's BISHOP'S TALE which really focuses on the lurid sins and sexual shenanigans, with, oops, a tiny moralism at the end saying, "hey, best not to do that"!
On Review: <em>Son of God</em>
Posted on March 6 at 6:25 p.m.
agree spacey, although apparently neither of us know anything about our intelligence community says looon. If loon believes all the Kiev protests were fake and meant "to create a fake 'democratic' uprising " -- sounds a bit like a Russian apologist echoing Putin's sh!t that fascist elements were behind it all. The old commies like Putin always see the Germans, the West, the wicked Neu-fascisten behind it all. Pshaw! More conspiracy baloney, or, is it kielbasa?
On Foreign Entanglements
Posted on March 6 at 1:20 p.m.
shut down Diablo! Where's the abalone alliance??
On Fukushima Stirs Diablo Fears
Posted on March 5 at 6:02 p.m.
whosecity, they take up a lotta thread space, man. Adam's idea is nutty, and sentient beings will reject it easily.
On Maintenance Ordinance Dead on Arrival?
Posted on March 5 at 4:58 p.m.
deterred him or forced us into a military confrontation...over the Ukraine?
Posted on March 5 at 9:38 a.m.
agree zappa, except Putin seems oddly out of it, and it feels slightly reminiscent of pre WW I where the intentions of other powers seemed foggy. E.g., Putin believes China supports his crafty moves, but news reports from China indicate otherwise. Putin literally won't know how to get out of the Crimea with even a bit of credibility, and feckless as he is, he may begin moving into eastern Ukraine just to see how the EU/Obama play it. E. Ukraine is where many want back in the Russian Federation, too. Putin's a clever thug without much depth, and he's simply an opportunist. Too bad Ukraine didn't join NATO a few years ago, then we'd have been obligated to counter his troop movements with out own, and this might have deterred him.
Posted on March 4 at 11:04 a.m.
desal plant was dumb, and we approved it the same dry year we bought into the State Water Project...now the latter won't deliver (despite the rains) and the mothballed desal is expensive to bring back online and strains very expensive water... reduce, reuse, kill all the lawns.
On No Jubilation Among Water Officials
Posted on March 3 at 6:37 a.m.
tru dat, Botany. And I often think conservatives like JohnLocke and you are surprised that the "liberal" 9th Circuit Court of Appeals loosened gun restrictions significantly. We're all a bit stuck in our positions, like dolphinpod is stuck in his watery medium.
On Boycott Kansas and Arizona?
Posted on March 3 at 2:57 a.m.
uh, dolphin, the desal water is hideously expensive, it will be very expensive to get the plant in operation again, and the amount of gunk/residue from desalinating the salt water will require many truckloads PER DAY to drive away from SB and dump on someone else. You're a sea mammal, maybe you don't fully comprehend the water-greed of some of us terrestrials. Clearly, REDUCING DEMAND is the way to go, not refiring the white elephant of the desal plant.PS there's a third DrD out there, too
On Every Dog Has Its Day
Posted on March 2 at 6:20 p.m.
In John Wells' letter here Feb. 14 he asks good questions, like Roberts above, and here hafta agree with Botany. Both Calderon and State Sen. Wright should at least be suspended with pay until the judicial part is over. It's clear Wright did not live in the district he represented, and Calderon is corrupt, too. Our own Ms. Jackson, where are your ethics on this? Democrat Ron Calderon has been charged with even more serious crimes (and his brother), don't you see that the Calif. Democratic party is becoming more corrupt, and it is upright LAWYERS like you who need to lead the charge against this corruption? Let's see some action, Jackson. It's no defense to state that the Republicans are also corrupt.
On Crooks and Liars
The Theatre Group at SBCC presents Michael Frayn's hilarious comedy! Read More
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