Comments by chilldrinfthenight

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Posted on December 2 at 1:49 p.m.

And yet women will have kids with these guys. Wanna bet the arguments were taking place long before the pregnancy? Poor child. And poor grandparents. Bet they weren't expecting to raise another child at this point in their lives.

On Police Detail Domestic Abuse and Angela Laskey's Murder

Posted on November 26 at 1:02 a.m.

Three things:
(1) Those K-9 "partners" should be wearing bullet-proof vests.
(2)Dr. Dan, I agree, but the word is spelled "grotty."
(3) To Taylor Hayden: Your run-on sentences are SO annoying! Please read your writing out loud and edit as necessary. When in doubt, keep sentences to 15 words or less. You're a journalist/reporter, not James Joyce writing Ulysses.

On Visiting an Old, Gross Marijuana Grow

Posted on November 20 at 11:34 a.m.

Castagnola's Lobster House was the place to go when we were kids. But I have never liked that silly lighthouse addition. That tower should have been removed long ago,.

Hopefully the City pays fair price and the Castagnola's are happy. It's a shame, though, to lose another piece of SB restaurant history.

On Eminent Domain Proceedings Commence Against Waterfront Property

Posted on October 24 at 12:56 p.m.

What a laugh that "oak woodland conservation" and "vineyards" are even in the same sentence. We all know how well those two go hand-in-hand, right?

I hope this project can be stopped dead in the water. Haha. Water, get it?

On Chumash Camp 4 Approval Edges Closer

Posted on October 21 at 12:54 p.m.

Send in CSI and find out who these cretins were. How scary is this, that anyone could be so stupid and endanger us all? I hope he/they are found and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

On Rattlesnake Canyon Campfire Found

Posted on October 16 at 1:24 p.m.

Why is protecting open space and creeks and living within our means (water-wise) always such an uphill battle?

On Can Creek Restoration and Affordable Housing Coexist?

Posted on October 15 at 3:52 p.m.

You're right, of course. I should take the high road and feel sympathy for those who don't get it. Maybe I'm not evolved enough myself, yet. I feel about hunters the same way I feel about people who preach religion and people who abuse children. They aren't my kind of people. And I sure as heck wouldn't miss them if they all fell off the place of the planet.

On <em>The Hidden Life of Wolves</em>

Posted on October 15 at 2:19 p.m.

Wolves hunt down and kill the sick, the old and the weak prey species, the ones they can catch. Human hunters always try to go for the "trophy" animal, the bigger and healthier the better. Hunters use high-power rifles, bait, dogs, traps. Anything goes.
Ignorance abounds and hunters will always have their rationalizations as to why they hunt. Put simply, they like to kill. They enjoy killing. It makes them feel powerful and god-like to take a life. It takes a special kind of person to want to hurt, maim and kill animals. I detest such persons.

On <em>The Hidden Life of Wolves</em>

Posted on October 15 at 1:59 p.m.

Randy Rowse? The guy who said he wouldn't run for City Council, but was only too happy to accept his "temporary" appointment? Randy Rowse who, for years on end, was a complete dunderhead about single-use plastic bags and said there was no need to ban them? Randy Rowse who just loves to rubber stamp each and every project that comes down the pike (fish pun intended)? Don't expect any common sense about the environment from that guy.

On Shooting Fish in a Barrel

Posted on October 9 at 10:25 p.m.

From The Center for Biological Diversity:

For Immediate Release, October 6, 2014

Contact: Hollin Kretzmann, (415) 436-9683 x 333 or

Documents Reveal Billions of Gallons of Oil Industry Wastewater Illegally Injected
Into Central California Aquifers

Tests Find Elevated Arsenic, Thallium Levels in Nearby Water Wells

SAN FRANCISCO— Almost 3 billion gallons of oil industry wastewater have been illegally dumped into central California aquifers that supply drinking water and farming irrigation, according to state documents obtained by the Center for Biological Diversity. The wastewater entered the aquifers through at least nine injection disposal wells used by the oil industry to dispose of waste contaminated with fracking fluids and other pollutants.

The documents also reveal that Central Valley Water Board testing found high levels of arsenic, thallium and nitrates — contaminants sometimes found in oil industry wastewater — in water-supply wells near these waste-disposal operations.

“Clean water is one of California’s most crucial resources, and these documents make it clear that state regulators have utterly failed to protect our water from oil industry pollution,” said Hollin Kretzmann, a Center attorney. “Much more testing is needed to gauge the full extent of water pollution and the threat to public health. But Governor Brown should move quickly to halt fracking to ward off a surge in oil industry wastewater that California simply isn’t prepared to dispose of safely.”

The state’s Water Board confirmed beyond doubt that at least nine wastewater disposal wells have been injecting waste into aquifers that contain high-quality water that is supposed to be protected under federal and state law.

Vote "Yes" on P

On Dodging Measure P Oil Slicks

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