Dying to bug people
Sat, Jan 24 2015 12:00 PM
If I could be a bug for one night I’d want to be an earwig.
I could crawl into the ears of attorneys representing resident and Chula Vista Ethics Committee Chairman Chris Shilling in his bid to have the city of Chula Vista release public &md [..]
A long way to get to the beginning
Chula Vista City Council version 2015 beta operating strategy appears to me mimicking my own: keep expectations low so that you disappoint few and please many when you accidentally succeed.
Beginning in December the legislative body limped along w [..]
Simple question, not a great answer
The problem is entertaining the idea that some things in life — even when they involve politicians — can be simple. Eliminate that silly notion and you eliminate the prospect of being disappointed six days into a new year (and less than a [..]
Select few to ask select questions
As long as there is a functioning government the Feds will always get their taxes.
One day I will die.
That’s about it as far as guarantees go.
But I can state with almost equal certainty that if an election were to be held to fill the [..]
Stuff and things we need for next year
It's within the last decade that, around this time of year, I’ve hearkened back to the words of George Carlin.
The comedian of 7-Dirty-Words infamy had a bit about stuff. And the collection of stuff. And the storing of stuff. And about Amer [..]
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