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Posted on July 25 at 6:28 p.m.
@dewdly, the point of calling the "Survivors" of Abortion closed minded is to emphasis their ignorance in projecting their beliefs onto others. Engaging in consensual and educated dialogue is the key. Yes, my comments have nothing to do with Miller-Young.
On UCSB Professor Pleads No Contest in Theft, Battery Case
Posted on July 24 at 8:26 p.m.
I think we should welcome the "survivors" of abortion to hold their signs and disperse literature. The more exposure we as a free thinking society get to such close minded ideology only strengthens our case of acceptance for all.
Posted on June 20 at 2:51 p.m.
Since all reptiles are exothermic, when it's cool out, or has recently be cool like that foggy morning, they do not have a lot of energy and move very slowly and deliberately to conserve energy. this is likely the reason it didn't rattle if it was in fact a rattlesnake, or maybe it was misidentified. rattlesnakes and all pit-vipers for that matter have a very distinctive diamond shaped head when looking down on them and have a "pit" forward of the eyes that's also a good indicator.
On Lucky Friday the 13th
Posted on June 13 at 12:05 p.m.
Ken, I'm not an expert, but i think the outcome of this type of lawsuit is forced agency action; I do not think the BOR will actually have to pay out money since there is no real beneficiary of the damages other than the fish as you point out. Also this type of lawsuit will create case law that will set a precedent for how agencies operate in the future. There was probably a BOR meeting once where they weighed the options of spending money on fixing the pump into Hilton Creek vs. potentially being sued over inaction.
On More Dam Problems
Posted on May 20 at 3:56 p.m.
It would seem obvious to have the equipment required "to be on at all times" connected to a direct power source other than the main car battery when it would only cost $36,000 to install such equipment vs the estimated $200k annually to idle the vehicles. I do not think the sheriff's department is incompetent so maybe there's another reason that will come out in their official response. For the sake of conversation (pure speculation), maybe there's a connection between funding, backroom oil deals, and the amount of gas they use annually. I have to assume if the Sheriff could save $170K by installing the direct power supply they would be all over that, why the first wave of resistance?
On Have Idling Sheriff Cars Wasted More than $1 Million?
Posted on May 6 at 12:31 p.m.
What does this guy's day job have to do with the crime? I don't think he should be viewed/reported on differently than any other inconsiderate, child endangering drunk.
On Motorcycle Accident Results in DUI Arrest; Boy Passenger Injured
Posted on April 15 at 12:46 p.m.
Or we could take a less dramatic approach and work on implementing a license to have children and/or mandatory birth control (hopefully there will be a male equivalent of the Depo-Provera shot soon) for welfare participants. Any system that ultimately "awards" people with too many financial dependents when they have more children is broken.
On Just Enough Water
Posted on April 14 at 3:10 p.m.
Dave, you're totally right. We have way too many people living in a Mediterranean climate artificially kept alive with this water.
Posted on April 2 at 3:48 p.m.
....and queue the felony vandalism charges.....
On Isla Vista Cameras Up for Deltopia
Posted on March 31 at 10:50 a.m.
A not guilty declaration at this point is not saying he's innocent and didn't commit the crimes, it's simply because the defense does not 100% agree with the charges as they sit. If he truely wants to take responsibilty, sitting in a jail cell for the rest of his life is less constructive than doing something like outreach against DUI etc. at some point down the road.
On Morua Pleads Not Guilty to Murder, DUI Charges