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Posted on April 18 at 10 a.m.

I hope that the 'Publicans nominate Donnelly, in order to seal their own tombs once and for all.

On Follow Your Memes

Posted on April 18 at 9:55 a.m.

Maybe it was something that someone scavenged from VAFB or nearby, which used to be grounds for tank and artillery training (Camp Cooke). I've found worse during my years in the field. And, loonpt, I presume that you were being facetious. A drill for "evacuations and internment"--in Solvang? Yeah, very clever, just like the Zaca, Gap, Tea and Jesusita fires, which all used reverse-911 calls. Yeesh. Get a grip on reality.

On Solvang Bomb Scare Defused

Posted on April 18 at 9:43 a.m.

At the Bacara, hosted by the Goleta C of C? -groan- And Aceves wants bed tax monies diverted to chambers of commerce and film commissions? That's the ultimate in cognitave dissonance.

You know, in San Roque this morning, the foggy air smelled of beach tar. Now, I understand better.

On Wolf, Aceves Square Off During First Candidates' Forum

Posted on April 18 at 9:34 a.m.

Oh Botany, you have the reach of Cleopatra, the meatball-eating plant from the Addams Family TV show. Give it a rest.

On Fire Official Admits to Stealing Union Funds

Posted on April 16 at 8:21 a.m.

A candidate with significant contributions from two SEIU locals and their statewide organization, representing tens of thousands of public and private service workers, plus the county firefighters; versus a candidate with significant contributions from oil & gas companies and construction interests, including the Chumash, and the Deputy Sheriffs' Assn. It's definitely a classic battle drawn along the traditional Santa Barbara County lines, and one that'll be repeated over and over until big money from every source is taken out of political campaigns.

In the meantime, I support Ms. Wolf. As I've said before, she's voted contrary to my preferences many times on many issues, but is thoughtful and honest. I can say the same thing about three of her Second District predecessors: Bob Kallman, Tom Rogers and Susan Rose. As did they, she serves the Second District and the entire county very well and capably.

On Wolf Collects Another $20,000 From Labor Union

Posted on April 15 at 9:58 a.m.

Man (or woman), if you're sourcing from Breitbart, you're lost in the wilderness.

On Aceves Accuses Wolf of Donation Conflict

Posted on April 15 at 9:55 a.m.

Agree, easternpacific. I wish they'd promote from within the ranks, and that goes for the county too.

Also, as a county pensioner, I have to add that we public-sector pensioners of modest means support a dollar cap on lifetime pensions. We also support something better than 401(k)s for everyone, everywhere. There's no bright future in having tens of millions of impoverished old folks on welfare.

On Goleta City Manager Dan Singer Stepping Down

Posted on April 14 at 5:46 p.m.

loonpt, you make valid points. foo, who got SBCC into this mix, besides you? Hell's bells, why not also indict the SB Business College and Westmont?

On Have We Had Enough Deltopia Yet?

Posted on April 14 at 5:40 p.m.

You're welcome, foo; hope you feel better now. ☺

On Aceves Accuses Wolf of Donation Conflict

Posted on April 14 at 2:02 p.m.

Last week I was at a conference in Costa Mesa, and a UCSB alumna from our time ('70s) asked me, "WTF is going on with IV?" At the time, I'd only seen a few minutes of sensationalist coverage on local TV "news." Since then, I've read a lot, and this is the best article or column that I've read so far.

Halloween has turned IV into a concentration camp, with fences and troops to keep outsiders out rather than to keep IV & UCSB residents in (though, you'd better not breach the perimeter and try to get back in, unless you have multiple IDs proving you live there). Regrettably, maybe the same thing has to happen for the first weekend of Spring quarter. I ask the residents of IV, esp. the ever-and-always precious denizens of DP: is it worth it?

On Have We Had Enough Deltopia Yet?

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