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Filner Edges DeMaio In San Diego Mayor's Race

The glass is half full, worldview. Despite the naysaying for the last four years, the people are speaking to the fact that the economy is getting better for the greater good. Did you live through the Depression or something? This ain't the worst of it at all! Go talk to your grandmother. She might tell you to pound the sand.

As for the expense - it's been a long time coming, my friend. Take a look back at the Reagonomics of this and start counting the losses to payrolls of the average American. The rich have been coasting for too long in this country. Goddamit.

We all share the cost now. Go to Disneyland or some offhsore island if you want fun. This is reality. My issue is fairness.

And take your stadium proposals with you. We now have a badly needed, beautiful Library going up downtown that will absolutely serve the reading public of San Diego.

Change is coming to San Diego - for the better. I'll still listen to you - but holy more of the whining please.

November 7, 2012 at 11:54 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Election 2012: Proposition 31

This is definitely one of those propositions that is entirely beyond the grasp of the average voter. It could pass without a thorough understanding of its merits or consequences - and likely gum up our already pathetic California budget process.

Who the hell put this on the ballot?! Please read between the lines.

October 21, 2012 at 9:07 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

City Council Changes Street Name Because It's Too Hard To Say

Well, then! Oh silly me....Crow for dinner. Thanks for the update.

October 9, 2012 at 5:12 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

City Council Changes Street Name Because It's Too Hard To Say

Are you kidding me? Are 3 syllables too much to handle? Try Kosciuszko instead!

I would have gone to this meeting to point out a few other easier naming options: Bourgeiosie Blvd., All to Common Ct., Locals Only Lane.

Here's something I found online about a local Zaslavsky:

Ilya Zaslavsky is the Director of Spatial Information Systems Laboratory at University of California San Diego. His research focuses on distributed information management systems, in particular on spatial and temporal data integration, geographic information systems, and spatial data analysis. Ilya has been leading design and technical development in several cyberinfrastructure projects, including the national-scale Hydrologic Information System, which develops standards, databases and services for integration of hydrologic observations. He has also developed spatial data management infrastructure as part of several large projects, in domains ranging from neuroscience (digital brain atlases), to geology, disaster response (NIEHS Katrina portal), to regional planning and conservation (e.g. San Diego Regional Workbench, Conservation Resources Network).

Nevermind - you get boring. You don't want to pepper our region with all these extravagant names! Oh dear no. Take me to toidy-toid and toid!

October 9, 2012 at 3:57 p.m. ( | suggest removal )