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Posted on November 18 at 1:03 p.m.
it devolved so quick. Again; 'A country where people become preoccupied with self will fail to fulfill its potential and promise.' Individualism does not build teams.
On To Each His Own
Posted on November 17 at 2:06 p.m.
'A country where people become preoccupied with self will fail to fulfill its potential and promise.' It bears repetition. Not only does the donkey fail in some of it's message, it doesn't have the balls to back up anything it achieves. Constant division and apology does not work. Obama is not king and is not responsible for half of what those accuse him of. For what he is responsible, even an eco marxist water guardian like myself finds fault with plenty of actions as well as inaction. At least we got more balanced representation on the supreme court, even if the majority activist wasp male bs persists, even in CT whose activist activities along with Scalia make for >supreme judgement.
Posted on November 17 at 1:51 p.m.
C'mon Pete, you ain't hip to the game. Make $. Insurance, politicians, Mitt Romney. Kickback to your friends.
On Bike Station Math
Posted on November 16 at 1:57 p.m.
We'll all be dead when 'people' are continually allowed to foul up the air and the water in the name of... profit? Sell out. The argument against climate change ignores the fact that they/we are still polluting massively. Tipping point.
On Measure P Postmortem
Posted on November 16 at 1:38 p.m.
Tornados are tangible too, and tornado insurance. Then getting the insurance to cough up the dough. Don't know what that's like, but I do know how low the scum of the health insurance industry is. Sewer.
On A Red Tide of Money
Posted on November 16 at 1:33 p.m.
Not sure the businesses need that. Already see the cruise ship passengers, tourists coming into those businesses, even with my infrequent visits. As if the internet is gonna help businesses like the donut shop and the tiny markets. Those are pretty much for the locals and the tourists that are already visiting them. Pinatas, liquor, donuts, party favors, ranch attire. Not sure they can afford the tax or benefit from it. There are less for lease signs on Milpas compared to State, no?
On Doubling Down on Milpas Street
Posted on November 14 at 12:31 p.m.
I admire those who take on the position against what NASA has to say on climate change. Look what NASA has done. What have you done?
Posted on November 13 at 1:27 p.m.
if they are trying to do more food fairs, closing down the street for more car shows... They look at the $ making opportunity and forget all the locals living around the street. Let Milpas be Milpas. Sharon Byrne does not represent the majority of those living in that community. She wants to make a $. I shop and dine there all the time, heck, they even have a homeless restaurant called carls jr/green burrito in there, I have eaten there too. Instead of investing in business, we should invest in taking care of the homeless, that'll make it 'cleaner, safer, more attractive' because that is what you mean by that (looking at all you montecito types who drive in for your mexican food and trader joes, maybe some thai or chinese diner). Alas, we give to those who already have in our society.
Posted on November 13 at 1:10 p.m.
You all got it wrong. They are both complicit in the game. Gonna vote in another clinton, bush? Status Quo. If we really want our flag to represent us, we need to take off the stars and replace with the $.
Posted on November 13 at 12:56 p.m.
They are only humans. Look at current human priorities. War, ignorance, freedom to be ignorant. Sports and fiction (hollywood, religion) trump everything. Take a good look in the mirror.
On Choices, Good and Mediocre