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Posted on August 28 at 11:25 a.m.
It would all be a moot point if people stopped patronizing that evil establishment. They prey on weak people and take advantage of them, plying them with food, hotel stays, and concert tickets, making them feel like high rollers. They ruin lives and families, all in the ultimate goal of stealing more money from unsuspecting gamblers. Wake up people, they are not your friend.
If they are denied water, how can they build that monstrosity!?
On Chumash Expansion Ignites Valley Fever
Posted on August 11 at 10:05 p.m.
Daryl Genis has a hispanic doppelganger!
On Spunky Lawyer Makes a Splash
Posted on August 2 at 6:42 a.m.
Wow. This is why attorneys have such stellar reputations. Lies, legal jibber jabber, and smoke and mirrors. Hard to respect the decision of the judge on this one. "Who you going to believe, me, or your lyin' eyes?!"
On Genis Cleared of Contempt-of-Court Charges
Posted on July 21 at 3:59 p.m.
Never a surprise to read the comments section and see another snarky, pissy comment from John_Adams. Just once I'd like to see something positive come from you.
Congratulations to the Bike Coalition for their hard efforts. Condolences to the friends and family of Ralph Fertig. A quiet, friendly, hardworking man who was dedicated to bicycling and the safety of cyclists.
On Bike Coalition Shifting into High Gear
Posted on June 24 at 6:21 a.m.
Way to go guys. Make all kinds of disparaging remarks about Ms. Hardy for doing her job! It never ceases to amaze me when something isn't perfectly PC, free spirited, or happy go lucky, many of you just jump on the issue and spill your vitriol.
On Building Manager, Cops Shut Down Mural Event
Posted on June 4 at 10:55 a.m.
So if special interests bought Aceves, what does that say about Janet Wolf's financial backers? Unions! The ultimate Special Interest, only looking out for their bottom line paychecks, no matter what happens to the rest of us. SEIU and the other unions that backed her wanted to keep her in office to keep voting for their unaffordable contracts. The Lib Grip on SB will be its demise.
On Janet and Bill Win Big; M Loses Small
Posted on May 6 at 11:29 a.m.
Just another douche bag carpetbagger ambulance chaser defending low life scum.
On Second Slander Claim Filed Against City and Cops
Posted on March 28 at 8:54 p.m.
Evil and greed dwell there. I too was drawn into the casino after winning a large sum of money, then over the course of 12 months giving it all back plus! I vowed to never set foot in that establishment ever again, finally realizing that all the "comps" were nothing more than enticements to get me back in to lose more. So many have lost everything to this evil place; homes, families, jobs, feeding that addiction.
Even the "good" that the tribe does in the greater community, is nothing more than a smokescreen to improve their position in the eyes of the residents of the county. Keep in mind that each tribe member gets a "stipend" of over $50,000 a month, yes a month. All their donations and tribal member stipends are at the expense of the vast majority of gamblers who leave there as losers.
On Chumash Want More Gamblers and Guests
Posted on January 2 at 7:31 p.m.
Condolences to the Tacadena family, but your loved one wanted to die, and his actions led to this. He and he alone is responsible for this, and you deserve nothing from the City of Santa Barbara. You will lose this in court, mark my words!
On Tacadena Family Files $10 Million Wrongful Death Claim
Posted on November 23 at 8:50 a.m.
The best comment string on a story I've ever read. Every comment is right on point. Neither of these two people are innocent, but Peterson absolutely crossed the line in his advances and actions. Walston also, as she made the decision to go forward with the affair, and when it no longer suited her desires for personal and professional advancement, made it public. Shame on both of them for allowing their personal desires to cloud their better judgement. As many have already said, now the county taxpayers are the losers here.
A wise police chief once gave some sage advice to his young new hires; "Mind your reputation, because that's all you have in the end. Be careful of the three 'B's: Booze, Broads, and Bullets, they've brought down many a good cop."
On Undersheriff Jim Peterson Retired Amid 'Sexting' Scandal