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the weed Says:
Very interesting, with a little humor thrown in...can't wait for the next article.
I agree......no harm, no foul.
Karen S Says:
Tom, your column today reminds me of Paul Harvey's "Rest of the Story" radio show. In stories like this, I'm always extremely disappointed that the media I'm supposed to trust aims for sensationalism by selective omission. What other news stories have fallen victim to the same tactic so that I don't have all the facts?
Not to change the subject, but what kind of person would agree to become the spouse of this pearl among men? Good grief!
Well Tom, it sounds like your "roasting" days with CVPD are all but gone...but, I think you got one more in!
Meh lol Says:
almost 7 years later I can finally say Iam happy knowing this person will never get out of were he is...... Still not good enough for me FOR OWN REASONS but I can smile now and say THANK U GOD.... And I wish him the worst
Leslie Belden Says:
Great article. The quotes make it clear what the argument is about, and the story puts the battle in a context of the past arguments affecting this latest attempt to keep Barrio Logan a living piece of San Diego History. The future of an area that has had to fight for a long time to keep its identity and to improve its value as property and as a community should look forward to what ought to be, rather than backward at outmoded ideas about industry and commerce. That is not the San Diego way! I wish Ms. Gomez all the best as she takes Barrio Logan into the future in the same spirit that has removed many eyesore areas in the past forty years. Creating a beautiful and historic environment has brought more rather than less wealth to the San Diego community. I hope the same goes for this battle for Barrio Logan.
Maria Sanchez Says:
Very good article on the death of the student from ORHS who took his own life. My heart and prayers go out to his family in this very hard time in there lives.
Tom, thanks for sharing another assignment in law enforcement that we don't think about....sounds very interesting flying commerical aircraft across the country with a prinsoner!
Marion Hilgers Says:
Great reporting and super picture. It's great to have a newspaper that has such good sports reporting.
Daniel Castro Says:
Love your coverage of the Jaguars' football team,one part of the team you should focus on is there defense!!!,you've been to the games,give em there due,without that defense we are'nt talking about them,last I heard they just played 11 scoreless quarders of football!!,and were 30 seconds away from 3 shutouts!!!!
Looking back, I wonder now if I've ever flown with inmates and their law enforcement escorts. I never noticed and that's the way it's supposed to be, I guess. During air travel I'm usually preoccupied, either 1.) protecting myself from the person of size in the adjoining seat who wants to raise our shared armrest and overflow into my space or 2.) trying to use the tray table while the seat in front of me is fully reclined into my lap.
alfonso lopez Says:
I frequent the old Robertos Bucher Shop from 1971-Sold. I took my Family for dinner if was not like up to Roberto's standards.
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