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Posted on November 4 at 4:51 p.m.
Glen, how do you recommend we pump your "water super highway" over the continental divide and across thousands of miles of variable terrain? Considering the cost to build the pipeline, power the pumps, and maintain the whole system ongoing, I bet it would be cheaper (and quicker) to capture water at the source (in the south for this example) and airlift it to CA.
On Enlarge Water Storage
Posted on November 4 at 4:37 p.m.
We all know the best sandwiches were at Whitefoot.
On 7-11 and Subway Coming to State and Mission
Posted on October 15 at 3:17 p.m.
if we only had 6 or 7 toilets in CA then you could flush your toilet as many times as you want. Just like if every previously occupied steelhead reach had natural flows, we wouldn't need to artificially create environmental flows in 6 or 7 critical habitats in CA.
On Shooting Fish in a Barrel
Posted on October 13 at 1:17 p.m.
HOV means high occupancy vehicle, it has nothing to do with where the other occupants of the vehicle left their cars, or have cars for that matter; it's solely based on the current occupancy of the vehicle as intended. Your argument that an increase in traffic in the non-HOV lanes due to the loss of a lane to HOV creates more air pollution than the decrease in air pollution from efficient HOV use in that lane needs to have some scientific background, otherwise it's just, like, your opinion man.
On High Occupancy Isn't Carpooling
Posted on October 6 at 2:23 p.m.
This is a great idea for a futuristic college comedy, where the sexy police invade our personal lives and force us to fill out a form to get laid. Joe, are you asexual?
On Affirmative Consent
Posted on October 1 at 3:12 p.m.
because most adults can have a couple drinks and not become intoxicated enough to affect their driving skills; the State of California recognizes this clinical fact and thus made the .08 BAC rule as recommended by the NHTSA. Just be responsible. Why is that so difficult?
On UCSB Police Nab 10 at DUI Checkpoint
Posted on October 1 at 10:47 a.m.
It's SOP to euthanize wildlife when they come into now human occupied areas and have a violent confrontation with humans, provoked or not. Not a knee jerk reaction. I'm not a fan of their policy either, just pointing out that the DFW is not acting foolishly, simply following procedure set in place for the "public interest".
On Hunt for Bear Called Off
Posted on September 16 at 3:50 p.m.
wait, but he's wearing a Titleist.......oh
On Man Robs State Street Bank
Posted on September 16 at 8:38 a.m.
maybe they're planting Lemonade Berry but that's a small tree at best; I don't think they meant lemon-scented eucalyptus. Eucalyptus has been thought to contain compounds in their leaves that inhibit growth in their leave litter, though the inhibition probably has more to do with competition for resources.
On Trees Being Cut Down at UCSB
Posted on September 12 at 3:12 p.m.
loonpt, to follow your logic, do you think parents who put their kids in private schools should also see a reduction in property taxes?
On Anti-Vaxxers on the Rise