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Posted on December 11 at 1:18 p.m.
Thank You Botany. Pope not so cool after all.
Women will always be 2nd class citizens until they gain control over their own bodies. Religion continues to oppress woman and deny them their rights.
On Throw Another Yule Dog on the Fire
Posted on December 10 at 10:29 a.m.
Judgment, guilt, and condemnation are now the domain of the press.
All hail Saint Nick!!!
Posted on December 10 at 8:52 a.m.
Density, overcrowding, and low socioeconomic status are major roots of violence.
If you build it, violence will follow.
On Man Shot by Police at San Andres Street Home
Posted on December 8 at 9:07 p.m.
Any chance this happened in a high-density neighborhood?
Posted on December 7 at 3:29 p.m.
But they shouldn't be allowed to scam people anymore. Charging money for something that is free is a crime and should be prosecuted.
On Los Padres Forest Proposes Changes in Recreation Fees
Posted on December 6 at 9:10 a.m.
"Less discussed, however, are other facets to human health and it is important to consider the results of research on the association with high-density living of mental illness, children’s health, respiratory disease, heart attacks, cancer and human happiness.
A significant health issue relates to the scourge of Mental Illness. There is convincing evidence showing adverse mental health consequences from increasing density."
On 'Height Shock' for Haley Street?
Posted on December 5 at 8:06 p.m.
I did nothing and my insurance costs me about 50% more than last year. The coverage and co-pays are the same.
On Affordable Care Act Responsibilities for the Individual
Posted on December 5 at 11:49 a.m.
It's sad that those tennis courts are empty whenever I drive by on Los Positas.
So much for public health. I hope the process that created this fiasco is made illegal for future public parks. It appears the parks & rec commission blew it here.
On Tennis Turmoil
Posted on November 30 at 1:52 p.m.
DD, all I said in this post is that, "The opinions of the board members of SBCAG and the Montecito Association, and the SB City Council for that matter, do reflect the majority view on the South Coast."
I didn't mention Montecito 101 here, although it sound like they agree with SBCAG, and the SB City Council, and the Montecito Association which I believe they're directly involved with.
The way SBCAG, the Montecito Association, and the SB City Council voted reflects the majority view.
I don't need to write a letter or send an email if my elected officials are voting and reflecting the views I support. Maybe I should send a "Thanks, keep up the good work" letter?
On Freeway-Widening Food Fight Intensifies
Posted on November 30 at 8:44 a.m.
"No one has the right to light matches they can’t put out for 250,000 years,”
That is the truth of this whole mess. And when you look at the costs involved in managing the radioactivity for that long, burdening future generations, the economics start to fall apart. PG&E will undoubtedly try to transfer that endless debt to the government after profiting from the cheap energy today. The NRC has proven time and time again that they take their marching orders from the nuclear industry and have deaf ears towards the public.
Solar, wind, and onshore natural gas are in abundance. We don't need to risk our lives for cheap energy. It's just not worth it.
On Diablo Canyon: Mad Dogs and Crazy Chickens
This Talking While Walking series will feature Elizabeth Saari Browne ... Read More
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