Alleged car jacking and high speed ch...

Alleged car jacking and high speed chase lead to arrest

There are 51 comments on the Eureka Times Standard story from Feb 17, 2009, titled Alleged car jacking and high speed chase lead to arrest. In it, Eureka Times Standard reports that:

A Manila man was arrested Monday morning after allegedly wrecking his car, stealing another and leading police on a high-speed chase, the California Highway Patrol reported.

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“Joseph Mazzotti”

Since: Oct 07

Humboldt

#43 Feb 18, 2009
argumentum wrote:
<quoted text>Of course we are not all saints! The issue isn't whether somebody is wearing a halo.
The issue is whether illegal drug use fried one too many presidential brain cells.
I agree, But after Bush you are going to be hard pressed to convince me or anyone else that OBAMA or CLINTON has as many fried brain cells. I love listening to Obama speak as that man is drawing from a very well designed set of neuro-processors that were finely tuned and seem to be in very good working order!
argumentum

AOL

#44 Feb 18, 2009
Why We Kill wrote:
<quoted text>
I agree, But after Bush you are going to be hard pressed to convince me or anyone else that OBAMA or CLINTON has as many fried brain cells. I love listening to Obama speak as that man is drawing from a very well designed set of neuro-processors that were finely tuned and seem to be in very good working order!
Perhaps Obama did not abuse drugs as long as Bush did. Perhaps Obama's brain is stronger than Bush's under the attack of illicit drugs. Guess what? I still don't see the wisdom of electing drug-impaired Americans to be our President.
uncle_vito

United States

#45 Feb 19, 2009
Humboldt Leatherneck wrote:
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Well Vito, use google earth and you can find out where Manila is located at up here in Humboldt County.. By the way what does "SGV" stand for?? "San Gabriel Valley", way down South?? That's my guess...
Well I guess that I will now have to roll up my windows, lock the doors, and use the huge steel bumper on the front of my vehicle when I drive Hwy 101 between Arcata and Crescent City.... Tweakers to right, speed racer on the left - all on a narrow twisty 2 lane Hwy along the cliffs above the ocean.. There is no cell phone reception in lots of the areas between Big Lagoon and North of Klamath..
So do I absolutely have to stop when a wreck has occured along the highway, and possibly become a victim?
New York City??? Well I joined the Marine Corps to escape from Detroit, Michigan. Home of the country's #1 murder rate for almost two decades, and that was long before the current crisis with the "Big 3" happening back there..
Humboldt County is really beautiful. I envy you living there. SGV is San Gabriel Valley.

V
jim

San Francisco, CA

#46 Feb 19, 2009
argumentum wrote:
<quoted text>Perhaps Obama did not abuse drugs as long as Bush did. Perhaps Obama's brain is stronger than Bush's under the attack of illicit drugs. Guess what? I still don't see the wisdom of electing drug-impaired Americans to be our President.
Right! We should have elected someone who is 'clean' his whole life! Like, lets see, Kim Jong-il, King Abdullah, Sayyid Ali Khamenei, Robert Mugabe, etc.
You know- those fun-loving STRAIGHT guys!

If thats your excuse for disliking Obama, you are gonna have a real hard time finding anyone, past or present who has never 'fried' some brain cells.

Heck, I'll bet even YOU have at some point, yes?

If you ever had even ONE alcoholic drink in your life, I guess we should quit listening to you altogether!

“Joseph Mazzotti”

Since: Oct 07

Humboldt

#47 Feb 19, 2009
argumentum wrote:
<quoted text>Perhaps Obama did not abuse drugs as long as Bush did. Perhaps Obama's brain is stronger than Bush's under the attack of illicit drugs. Guess what? I still don't see the wisdom of electing drug-impaired Americans to be our President.
I am happy and Proud to elect a president who is an intelligent and thoughtful person I would find at my local market, or in a pub over a drink. I think He is not only very smart... But the Boys got game on the court! Check out his Youtube Videos!
argumentum

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#48 Feb 20, 2009
jim wrote:
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Right! We should have elected someone who is 'clean' his whole life! Like, lets see, Kim Jong-il, King Abdullah, Sayyid Ali Khamenei, Robert Mugabe, etc.
You know- those fun-loving STRAIGHT guys!
If thats your excuse for disliking Obama, you are gonna have a real hard time finding anyone, past or present who has never 'fried' some brain cells.
Heck, I'll bet even YOU have at some point, yes?
If you ever had even ONE alcoholic drink in your life, I guess we should quit listening to you altogether!
You are much more heavily invested in this idea that our leaders should be drug users than I thought possible. Have a wonderful life, jim, if you can.
argumentum

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#49 Feb 20, 2009
jim wrote:
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Right! We should have elected someone who is 'clean' his whole life! Like, lets see, Kim Jong-il, King Abdullah, Sayyid Ali Khamenei, Robert Mugabe, etc.
You know- those fun-loving STRAIGHT guys!
If thats your excuse for disliking Obama, you are gonna have a real hard time finding anyone, past or present who has never 'fried' some brain cells.
Heck, I'll bet even YOU have at some point, yes?
If you ever had even ONE alcoholic drink in your life, I guess we should quit listening to you altogether!
Only a simpleton would equate my concern about chronic alcohol and drug abuse with the drinking of ONE alcoholic drink.

I am not pretending to be a teetotaler. I am genuinely concerned about this trend of electing chronic alcoholic and/or illegal drug users to the Presidency.

So far, Obama's teen drug use does not appear to have impaired his thinking. For that I am grateful. Bush had eight years and they convinced me that his chronic alcohol and hard drug use had impaired his speaking ability and probably his thinking ability as well.(See Katrina).

But here is the foundation of my concerns:

In 1960, Americans elected John F. Kennedy, never dreaming that he was dependent if not actually addicted to various narcotic pain killers. In October 1962, during the Cuban Missile Crisis, Kennedy literally "had the whole world in his hands." I would have preferred a stone-cold-sober President to be in charge of America's nuclear arsenal at a time like that.
Whats Up

United States

#50 Feb 20, 2009
argumentum wrote:
<quoted text>GR, General Relief, used to be extremely low. There was a big controversy about it about thirty years ago, which the Times-Standard covered. Since you are up-to-date on GR, can you tell us how many dollars per month maximum a GR recipient can receive in Humboldt County now?
Does it matter? FREE MONEY ATTRACTS FREELOADERS! COME ON KITTENS, PLENTY FOR ANYONE AND EVERYONE! FREE FOOD,FREE SHELTER,FREE MONEY,FREEDUUUUUUM.
argumentum

AOL

#51 Feb 20, 2009
Whats Up wrote:
<quoted text> Does it matter? FREE MONEY ATTRACTS FREELOADERS! COME ON KITTENS, PLENTY FOR ANYONE AND EVERYONE! FREE FOOD,FREE SHELTER,FREE MONEY,FREEDUUUUUUM.
You avoid answering my question because you know it undermines your argument.

General Relief payments have always been the lowest welfare benefit available. The reason is obvious. GR is for single unemployed and disabled men (or women) who have no children. The amounts given are extremely low, the last time I checked.

When I say GR payments are extremely low, this is what I mean. GR recipients can hardly find any place to rent. Sometimes they can find a room barely big enough to hold a twin bed, a dresser, and a chair.

When you imply that people so desperate they must accept General Relief are partying on the public's dime, you are lying. Flat-out lying. And lying about people who are pretty much unable to speak on their own behalf.

Why don't you go around finding stray kittens and strangling them? It would give you joy, no doubt. And it's pretty much the same thing you are doing by writing these lies here in the Eureka Times-Standard Forum of Topix.
To who it concer

Arcata, CA

#52 Mar 3, 2009
well danial egger is a local friend ive known him aproxamently 9years and hes a great young man when he ia not using meth
i send my love and respect
niteman

Covina, CA

#53 May 17, 2009
Jelly Roll wrote:
Typical Humboldt multi-generational criminals. This kids dad, and his uncles, have been getting arrested by APD and the HCSO for decades. Chip off the old block.
"Crack" off the old block.

Oh, Manila, home of the fringe.

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