Dwain1 
Member since Dec 4, 2009

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Re: “A Communications ClusterKerfuffle

The Humboldt Bay power plant has plenty of capacity to cover all, or at least most of Humboldt County.

Posted by Dwain1 on 11/07/2019 at 8:07 PM

Re: “Pole Fight: Fortuna Art Installation Draws Councilmember's Ire

Evidently, conservatives don't believe there is good in the world.

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Posted by Dwain1 on 09/14/2019 at 7:18 PM

Re: “New Baby Names

Before my son was born, his nickname was "Poindexter". Truly a classic.

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Posted by Dwain1 on 09/14/2019 at 4:18 PM

Re: “Amid Controversy Over New Policy, KHSU Volunteer Tried to Thwart Studio Move

Stupid? Yes. Wrong? Yes. Criminal? No.

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Posted by Dwain1 on 09/14/2018 at 7:54 AM

Re: “The High Price of Freedom

Your duly elected representatives didnt think environmental protection measures were unreasonable when they enacted them.

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Posted by Dwain1 on 08/25/2018 at 7:25 PM

Re: “Why I'm Pulling My Support from KHSU After 25 Years

Thank you, Alan Sanborn, for this well written column. Katie Whiteside has been the heart of KHSU for more than two decades. She has always welcomed and encouraged community participation in public radio. To be fired by the General Manager, Peter Fretwell, is a slap in the face of the public. Like the canary in the coal mine, if the public does not stand up and resist this insult, it will find its radio station becoming more and more just a mouthpiece of NPR, where Washington DC dictates what is public and what is important.

HSU may hold the broadcasting license, but by law, it is supposed to serve the listening public. When it disregards the local community, it loses its right to hold that license.

I hope the listeners of KHSU will speak loud and clear that the firing of Katie Whiteside is unacceptable and that Peter Fretwell needs to find a new job.

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Posted by Dwain1 on 06/18/2018 at 8:53 AM

Re: “'Queen City of the Ultimate West'

The 1902 map is available here...

https://www.loc.gov/item/75693089/

Birds-eye-view maps were popular around the turn of the 19th Century.

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Posted by Dwain1 on 03/02/2018 at 6:19 PM

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