Bejesus 
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Re: “Me-OW

Way to justify your little four legged Eco-terrorist! Domesticated cats should be declawed and inside pets only. EVERY feral housecat should be hunted to extinction to save our native songbirds and other small critters. As an irresponsible pet owner, you want to let your cat do the damage it is genetically engineered to do. Just like the owner of a cage trained pit bull is responsible for the damage it may do to other dogs and people, YOU are responsible for the death and destruction your pet inflicts on our collective habitat. Shame on you for not keeping your murderous little beast inside.

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Posted by Bejesus on 08/27/2015 at 12:07 PM

Re: “Registration Day

Also, for people that are interested in shortening the amount of time that their backyards are near unusable because of the stench of growing weed, I've found a trick that works well! Plain old fashioned Hemp plants! You want pollen dispensing males growing around your yard. The stench of growing weed comes from the resin that pollen starved female buds are producing. By providing pollinators in your neighborhood, the duration of the stench is greatly reduced! And no, industrial hemp doesn't stink. Hemp seeds are irradiated here in the states prior to importation, but I've found that you can get a five to ten percent sprouting rate from raw, commercially available seeds (I do a lot of sprouting for food and was curious!) Once your plants mature, you can save seeds and distribute them to you neighbors that are also tired of the pervasive neighborhood stench that is destroying our back yards. Retired gardeners unite for a stench free backyard! As a bonus, I am playing with the stalks as a natural paper substitute. It's harder than it sounds to make paper on a small scale, but it's fun to try...

Posted by Bejesus on 08/21/2015 at 12:35 PM

Re: “Registration Day

I, for one, can barely wait for the Feds to legalize recreational canabis. Most users are too lazy to grow or make their own vice, whether it be tobacco, weed, or alcohol. Legalization will drastically lower the cost, and Giants in the industry will use economies of scale to out produce the locals just like giant tobacco does now. When they have crowded out the myriad growers in it for obscene, forest destroying profit, that will leave very few in business in Humbolt County! Sure, just like Humbolt has more boutique craft beer breweries and probably a few more home brewers than the average per capita California county, there will be a few more growers here than elsewhere. But that number will be MUCH smaller than the numbers of growers here now. Property values will stabilize without illegal grows, and the damage to our environment will slow. People will be able to hike and hunt and fish without fear in our forests, and the heavy stench of growing cannabis will slow to a trickle.

Posted by Bejesus on 08/21/2015 at 12:26 PM

Re: “The Shut Out

"They're essentially saying, 'Give us what we want, or we'll take our bat and ball and go home,'" said Fregeau."

Sooooo, all of you crybabies are whining because corporate America won't take care of your old and infirm for free, huh? Here's a hint, if MediCal is paying a fair reimbursment, then private companies will COMPETE for the privilege of providing service. But instead, only one company, barring eight beds of highly selected patients, chooses to provide service. That's because the costs outweigh the benefits when MediCal is used. And there is nothing like a family that won't spend their own money like this old feller who expects the taxpayers to pay for the care of HIS WIFE! Here's a hint dude,that is why you saved all of your life, to pay for your old age. Guess what. It's here. Pay for it if you have it.

And for all of you welfare slobs that don't have it, well, that's why it is called charity and not a right!

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Posted by Bejesus on 07/10/2015 at 12:43 PM

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