LAUSD beats soaps for real drama

LAUSD beats soaps for real drama

There are 8 comments on the LA Daily News story from Dec 8, 2008, titled LAUSD beats soaps for real drama. In it, LA Daily News reports that:

UCLA returned from an agonizingly close loss at Texas to play Cal State Northridge, a team that eight years ago stunned the Bruins by pulling off an upset at Pauley Pavilion.

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Since: May 08

Chatsworth, CA

#1 Dec 8, 2008
LAUSD Transportation Dept says that there may not be enough money in June to pay our wages, if this happens you can bet your a** , I will be staying at Brewers house, since I helped pay for it.

United States

#2 Dec 8, 2008
At least it has a face, well two faces now. Villaraigossa and Garcia. We all better step up or all of our kids will be speaking Spanish and digging ditches. We all knew that they weregoing to do this to Brewer and Ithink we need to back him because he has only had a little time and we all know these wtbacks are going to try to cut the legs out from under him..

United States

#3 Dec 8, 2008
Sorry,I didn't mean wtbacks I meant Mexicans. And how much is the new school superintendent gonna get paid? test score are going up? not good enough. Garcia?
How about Gar-C-ya... How is 2 years enough time to fix LAYSD. se habla espanol? god I wish Barack would hire villa gdegegwhatever so he could slowly suffocate his career.Stay away from mexicans black people, or you'll end up like Jamiel Shaw or David Brewer.

Los Angeles, CA

#4 Dec 8, 2008
not good
mary alamitos beach

Surfside, CA

#5 Dec 8, 2008
The complete failure of Democratic majority voters to shoulder their citizen obligations in Los Angeles County would make for an hilarious "sit com". The citizens of the other 49 States wouldn't BELIEVE IT if it isn't in a comedy format.

Believe it or not, citizens ( including Democrats) value Public Education and actually care about their children's future in the other States.

No other State's citizens elect such obviously sub standard Party Hacks as Villagairosa to guide their Cities.

After all, they may not be perfect but they aren't STUPID>

Trabuco Canyon, CA

#6 Dec 8, 2008
There isn't one person in this news item mentioned that's worth a nickel. They should all be thrown out of their current offices, instead of being considered for higher offices.

Los Angeles, CA

#7 Dec 8, 2008
Huizar and "One Bill Gil" Cedillo are not interested in serving the interests American citizens. Let them run for office down in Mexico!
Sean Silver

Surfside, CA

#8 Dec 9, 2008
This is exciting. The complete lack of character, integrity, and humanity that drives Los Angeles voters to elect Thugs and Racists to Office as long as they have a "D" beside their name on a Ballot reminds us of Zombies in bad 50's B movie.

Nothing could be more dishonorable than to even admit to being a Democratic majority voter in today's major mess of a Los Angeles County.

No room for Blacks in key positions in Villagairosa's Los Angeles. We deserve every disaster wrought on us after electing this divisive Gangster to run our City.

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