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Local

Hidden Valley Lake, CA

#21 Jan 1, 2013
Here Is One wrote:
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Yes we were out fishing with friends from Colorado and we got into town about ten
We went up to Casa Isabel a bed and breakfast for a late night snack and watch the fireworks
We were supposed to go shopping today but my kids were freezing so we split up
When we get back to the house I will have to show them videos of them playing in the snow and cutting a Christmas tree at Grizzly flats between Covelo and Potter valley
They were one and three and hardly remember it but it was the last Christmas we spent in California
We are invited to go skiing but they can't handle 68 degrees and school starts on Monday
Enjoy.

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#22 Jan 1, 2013
Local wrote:
<quoted text>Enjoy.
Every day

You do the same

Do you ever go to Williams??

There was the best Italian restaurant there on the south side of hwy 20

I forget the name but the food was some of the best

I can almost smell that garlic bread
Local

Hidden Valley Lake, CA

#23 Jan 1, 2013
Here Is One wrote:
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Every day
You do the same
Do you ever go to Williams??
There was the best Italian restaurant there on the south side of hwy 20
I forget the name but the food was some of the best
I can almost smell that garlic bread
Granzella's or Tony Roma's
You will probably know one of my favorites....
The "Broiler Steakhouse"

got company..........later.

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#24 Jan 1, 2013
Local wrote:
<quoted text>Granzella's or Tony Roma's
You will probably know one of my favorites....
The "Broiler Steakhouse"

got company..........later.
Thanks

I had to think for a moment

Louis Cairo"s

Reagan had food shipped to the Whitehouse

Try it some time

The broiler had a great salad dressing and a pretty good steak

Take care
Here is One is a liar

Lincoln, CA

#25 Jan 1, 2013
Here Is One wrote:
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Thanks
I had to think for a moment
Louis Cairo"s
Reagan had food shipped to the Whitehouse
Try it some time
The broiler had a great salad dressing and a pretty good steak
Take care
Such a liar ....
GRANDPA NICOLAI

Chico, CA

#26 Jan 2, 2013
Here is One is a liar wrote:
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Such a liar ....
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They are both liars...

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#27 Jan 2, 2013
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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They are both liars...
The troll pukes again
GRANDPA NICOLAI

Chico, CA

#28 Jan 2, 2013
Here Is One wrote:
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The troll pukes again
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You puked about 50,168 times by now, you best see a doctor...

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#29 Jan 2, 2013
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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You puked about 50,168 times by now, you best see a doctor...
Yes the troll never changes.
Local

Hidden Valley Lake, CA

#30 Jan 2, 2013
Here Is One wrote:
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Thanks
I had to think for a moment
Louis Cairo"s
Reagan had food shipped to the Whitehouse
Try it some time
The broiler had a great salad dressing and a pretty good steak
Take care
You are correct.....Louis Cairo's
You could smell the garlic bread all around the town.
I haven't been there in years.
Granzella's is very good as well...
Local

Hidden Valley Lake, CA

#31 Jan 2, 2013
Here is One is a liar wrote:
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Such a liar ....
WTF are you talking about now?

There is/was a Louis Cairo's.

You are a very strange duck.

Have you got anything on the City of Stockton screwing Mom n Pop muni bond holders so they can pay public employee pensions/lifetime healthcare?
Local

Hidden Valley Lake, CA

#32 Jan 2, 2013
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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They are both liars...
I have changed my mind. Lying ole socialist bastards like you need to be put in their place.
Now, You have made an unsubstantiated allegation.

Will you ever back up anything you say with some fact? or will you relegate yourself to being the lying ole socialist pos that you have become.

Waiting for something intelligent from you?
lol....pathetic

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#33 Jan 2, 2013
Local wrote:
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You are correct.....Louis Cairo's
You could smell the garlic bread all around the town.
I haven't been there in years.
Granzella's is very good as well...
As a young man I use to go there maybe once a year and the old man always remembered my name.

The last time I was there about 8 years ago he had died and his daughter was running the place.

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#34 Jan 2, 2013
Local wrote:
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I have changed my mind. Lying ole socialist bastards like you need to be put in their place.
Now, You have made an unsubstantiated allegation.
Will you ever back up anything you say with some fact? or will you relegate yourself to being the lying ole socialist pos that you have become.
Waiting for something intelligent from you?
lol....pathetic
Once a lying troll always a lying troll.....
Here is One is a liar

Lincoln, CA

#35 Jan 2, 2013
Local

Hidden Valley Lake, CA

#36 Jan 2, 2013
Here is One is a liar wrote:
Read your OWN source.....stupid.......and btw, you also posted this on the wrong thread.

Duuuuuuhhhhheeeerrrr!!!!!!

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#37 Jan 2, 2013
Local wrote:
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Read your OWN source.....stupid.......and btw, you also posted this on the wrong thread.
Duuuuuuhhhhheeeerrrr!!!!!!
More fun than a barrel of monkeys...

Watch them spin spin spin.
Loco as local

Lincoln, CA

#38 Jan 2, 2013
Local wrote:
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Read your OWN source.....stupid.......and btw, you also posted this on the wrong thread.
Duuuuuuhhhhheeeerrrr!!!!!!
1. Reagan was a serial tax raiser. As governor of California, Reagan “signed into law the largest tax increase in the history of any state up till then.” Meanwhile, state spending nearly doubled. As president, Reagan “raised taxes in seven of his eight years in office,” including four times in just two years. As former GOP Senator Alan Simpson, who called Reagan “a dear friend,” told NPR,“Ronald Reagan raised taxes 11 times in his administration — I was there.”“Reagan was never afraid to raise taxes,” said historian Douglas Brinkley, who edited Reagan’s memoir. Reagan the anti-tax zealot is “false mythology,” Brinkley said.
2. Reagan nearly tripled the federal budget deficit. During the Reagan years, the debt increased to nearly $3 trillion,“roughly three times as much as the first 80 years of the century had done altogether.” Reagan enacted a major tax cut his first year in office and government revenue dropped off precipitously. Despite the conservative myth that tax cuts somehow increase revenue, the government went deeper into debt and Reagan had to raise taxes just a year after he enacted his tax cut. Despite ten more tax hikes on everything from gasoline to corporate income, Reagan was never able to get the deficit under control.
3. Unemployment soared after Reagan’s 1981 tax cuts. Unemployment jumped to 10.8 percent after Reagan enacted his much-touted tax cut, and it took years for the rate to get back down to its previous level. Meanwhile, income inequality exploded. Despite the myth that Reagan presided over an era of unmatched economic boom for all Americans, Reagan disproportionately taxed the poor and middle class, but the economic growth of the 1980&#8242;s did little help them.“Since 1980, median household income has risen only 30 percent, adjusted for inflation, while average incomes at the top have tripled or quadrupled,” the New York Times’ David Leonhardt noted.
4. Reagan grew the size of the federal government tremendously. Reagan promised “to move boldly, decisively, and quickly to control the runaway growth of federal spending,” but federal spending “ballooned” under Reagan. He bailed out Social Security in 1983 after attempting to privatize it, and set up a progressive taxation system to keep it funded into the future. He promised to cut government agencies like the Department of Energy and Education but ended up adding one of the largest — the Department of Veterans’ Affairs, which today has a budget of nearly $90 billion and close to 300,000 employees. He also hiked defense spending by over $100 billion a year to a level not seen since the height of the Vietnam war.
Loco as local

Lincoln, CA

#39 Jan 2, 2013
Local wrote:
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Read your OWN source.....stupid.......and btw, you also posted this on the wrong thread.
Duuuuuuhhhhheeeerrrr!!!!!!
5. Reagan did little to fight a woman’s right to choose. As governor of California in 1967, Reagan signed a bill to liberalize the state’s abortion laws that “resulted in more than a million abortions.” When Reagan ran for president, he advocated a constitutional amendment that would have prohibited all abortions except when necessary to save the life of the mother, but once in office, he “never seriously pursued” curbing choice.
6. Reagan was a “bellicose peacenik.” He wrote in his memoirs that “[m]y dream…became a world free of nuclear weapons.”“This vision stemmed from the president’s belief that the biblical account of Armageddon prophesied nuclear war — and that apocalypse could be averted if everyone, especially the Soviets, eliminated nuclear weapons,” the Washington Monthly noted. And Reagan’s military buildup was meant to crush the Soviet Union, but “also to put the United States in a stronger position from which to establish effective arms control” for the the entire world — a vision acted out by Regean’s vice president, George H.W. Bush, when he became president.
7. Reagan gave amnesty to 3 million undocumented immigrants. Reagan signed into law a bill that made any immigrant who had entered the country before 1982 eligible for amnesty. The bill was sold as a crackdown, but its tough sanctions on employers who hired undocumented immigrants were removed before final passage. The bill helped 3 million people and millions more family members gain American residency. It has since become a source of major embarrassment for conservatives.
8. Reagan illegally funneled weapons to Iran. Reagan and other senior U.S. officials secretly sold arms to officials in Iran, which was subject to a an arms embargo at the time, in exchange for American hostages. Some funds from the illegal arms sales also went to fund anti-Communist rebels in Nicaragua — something Congress had already prohibited the administration from doing. When the deals went public, the Iran-Contra Affair, as it came to be know, was an enormous political scandal that forced several senior administration officials to resign.
9. Reagan vetoed a comprehensive anti-Apartheid act. which placed sanctions on South Africa and cut off all American trade with the country. Reagan’s veto was overridden by the Republican-controlled Senate. Reagan responded by saying “I deeply regret that Congress has seen fit to override my veto,” saying that the law “will not solve the serious problems that plague that country.”
10. Reagan helped create the Taliban and Osama Bin Laden. Reagan fought a proxy war with the Soviet Union by training, arming, equipping, and funding Islamist mujahidin fighters in Afghanistan. Reagan funneled billions of dollars, along with top-secret intelligence and sophisticated weaponry to these fighters through the Pakistani intelligence service. The Talbian and Osama Bin Laden — a prominent mujahidin commander — emerged from these mujahidin groups Reagan helped create, and U.S. policy towards Pakistan remains strained because of the intelligence services’ close relations to these fighters. In fact, Reagan’s decision to continue the proxy war after the Soviets were willing to retreat played a direct role in Bin Laden’s ascendancy.
Conservatives seem to be in such denial about the less flattering aspects of Reagan; it sometimes appears as if they genuinely don’t know the truth of his legacy. Yesterday, when liberal activist Mike Stark challenged hate radio host Rush Limbaugh on why Reagan remains a conservative hero despite raising taxes so many times, Limbaugh flew into a tirade and demanded,“Where did you get this silly notion that Reagan raised taxes?”
Repubicans are stupid

Sacramento, CA

#40 Jan 4, 2013
What's wrong, you right wing freaks have nothing to say when facts are posted that make one of your gawds look like a chameleon?

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