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Photo Credit: Mike Aguilera/SeaWorld San Diego
James Jones April 17, 2014 at 08:54 am
More of the well funded fruitcakes trying to impose their bull on society. Sea World has done moreRead More good for the environment and ocean issues than any of these nuts.
Aaron Darc April 18, 2014 at 05:17 am
James Jones, you are an imbecile of the highest order. People's lives - and the welfare of animals -Read More both out the window for the greed of money. That's ALL this is. And anyone with a brain knows it. That clearly excludes you.
James Jones April 18, 2014 at 05:27 am
Go swim with the seals fruitcake. you fit with the rest of the leavings at the pool.
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Michael Richards April 17, 2014 at 09:06 am
If the supervisors and the state found ways to increase trees and bushes instead of hardscape andRead More low water use vegatation, GREEN would naturally take care of itself. New rules and regulations only make politicians "feel good" about the environment, but doesn't really do anything that would actually help the planet. The argument that we live in a dry area with not enough water is a complete lie. This planet is over 80% water and California and San Diego is one area which could produce more than enough by desalinization of sea water, wouldn't have to build expensive tunnels or bypass systems of northern California water. And economies of scale would bring down the cost per acre foot as long as the politicians stopped listening to years long delays by environmental activist groups which only want settlement money before a project is built.
By Jim Beller
Susan Cronin April 9, 2014 at 11:07 am
What's the old saying about hitting the nail on the head? Jim Beller did just that. Love it.
pyka April 9, 2014 at 11:31 am
Am I to understand that this cartoon equates illegal racketeering, conspiring to transport $2M ofRead More military arms including shoulder-launched missiles from Philippine Islamic rebels (terrorists?) and cozying up to a mobster named "Shrimp Boy" who's been involved in money-laundering, drug dealing and murder-for-hire with Republicans' interest in preserving a citizen’s fundamental Constitutional right to self-defense? Sounds to me like a pretty simplistic, biased "thought" process.
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