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Posted on December 8 at 1:42 p.m.
Once again, the philanthropic overtones by these institutions are underwhelming. I find it ironic that the school itself that the school, UCSB itself exercises very little oversight on the Greek system, but instead they seem to self govern until the law gets involved.
On UCSB Frat Shut Down Amid Drinking and Hazing Complaints
Posted on December 8 at 11:28 a.m.
This is rich: On its website, the 175-year-old frat “dedicated to developing men of principle for a principled life”
HA! anyone need some swampland? It is about drinking and getting laid. These guys had ample warning. Can anyone think of a bigger group of @#$%@#holes than a bunch of drunken frat dudes? And the whole charitable work thing is CYA for the other shenanigans.
Posted on November 26 at 2:55 p.m.
Random Kook's posting of the video of Mr. Brown's all telling behavior in the store says it all. Seems mamma's sweet little boy had a dark side that she was not in touch with at all. Sad how it ended, but if you lay on the train tracks with the train coming, something bad is gonna happen. There is no way the grand jury acted wrong. A trail would have delayed the inevitable and probably just aggravated the situation. Hopefully the cops will have constantly streaming cameras on their person in the very near future.
On Hundreds March in Solidarity with Ferguson
Posted on November 26 at 10:05 a.m.
And the news outlets should be ashamed. They are just stoking up the fire. At times I see more photographers and news idiots in the way than I see protesters. Then I have to listen to their moral interpretation of the situation. I think the most telling moment was when one of them got hit in the head with a rock. Oooopsie!
Sadly these people learned nothing from Rodney King riots, and burned the business's of their peers down. Yes that certainly helps further their cause...whatever that may be.
Posted on November 26 at 10 a.m.
I am not a huge COP fan, but when when Mr. Brown starts dropping F-Bombs at the COP because the COP asked him to use the sidewalk...then punches him in the face, tries to steal his gun and finally says to him.."You are too much of a PUSSY to shoot me!" as he is charging. Sounds to me like Mr. Brown had a death wish. You all need to pull your heads out of your left coast A$$es.
Posted on November 25 at 10:29 a.m.
Bet you Mr. Torres and Lopez are somewhere in California (not incarcerated) reading this article and chuckling.
On Visiting an Old, Gross Marijuana Grow
Posted on November 21 at 1:50 p.m.
Totally agree with most of these posts. These ongoing construction projects swallowing up Goleta are being funded student debt as many can't throw down $15K a year on the table. The place is like a resort. The life time parking is balogna and yes, the pensions that our taxes pay are over the top. It seems the UC's escape the scrutiny that other civil servants pensions get for some reason. I hope at some point the students themselves will take note, speak up and this will be revisited.
On UC Regents Approve Tuition Increase
Posted on November 20 at 9:22 a.m.
I wish someone would rein in UCSB's out of control development. I have heard rumors of another 10 story building going in next to Francisco Torres? Ocean Meadows maintained as an open space? Yeah right they are going to build that place from end to end. UCSB should give all the IV slumlords fair market price for their pads and build their crap out there instead of invading the rest of Goleta. Have a nice day.
On Isla Vista's Blueprint for Change?
Posted on November 20 at 9:17 a.m.
On Maldonado Son Sentenced for Vehicular Manslaughter
Posted on November 13 at 10:25 a.m.
I have to say great work COPS. Seriously, although they probably weren't going out on a limb too far by profiling them based on their looks. You see when someone does this to themselves, do you really think they are trying to spread a vibe of peace and love? Sunshine and Lollipops? No they are trying to say "Fear me or I will kill you. Oh and by the way do you want to buy some meth?" I have noted that there seems to be a bit more proactive antigang work going on since the Gang Injunction was put to rest. I am wondering if the gangs are becoming more active now that they don't have to lay low. It would be good to hear Cam Sanchez's assessment of this next time he speaks in front of the city council.
On Mexican Mafia, Meth, and Murder Plans