Rebuild Hemet Out of Business?
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Sabrina

Hemet, CA

#21 May 24, 2014
hemet needs help wrote:
<quoted text>OMG!!!!! You hit it right on the head. This is the best analysis I have read yet. I have had first-hand experience with this exact scenario. One of my neighbors did this exactly this to my family even before we closed escrow on our house we bought! Law enforcement....
But guess what ??? We mentioned our bad neighbor and prayed together in church for them to stop being mean. A lady in my church out of the blue called us in to the food pantry where we went for years, and asked us if we would be interested in the set of keys she was holding in her hand. Of course we said yes....there was an envelope with a deed to one of her mansions she owned back in the 50's. No one knew she was an original Walmart stockholder!! She gave us the house!!! So that just goes to show you....keep the faith, GOD makes everything even. One moment we had nothing, now we have 700k in equity. It can happen to you too!
We will pray for Hemet PD and Hemet Sherrifs to be nice to it's citizens.
Them the whole church stood up and started cheering!!! They gave us all the money in the collection plate and all the food in the pantry!! My dad got a job as the new CEO and my moms hair grew back!!! They carried us on their shoulders to our new mansion and as I looked at my kingdom I was finally there, to sit on my throne as the Prince of Bel Air
close homeless shelter

Bellflower, CA

#22 May 25, 2014
and the leeches will leave hemet. simple.
Walker

Murrieta, CA

#23 Jun 16, 2014
Cami Simpson McGargill and Amanda Myers Murray are the original Rebuild Hemet.. Along with Chris Walker of Mission Grove Real estate.
Builder

Honolulu, HI

#25 Jun 16, 2014
James Marple
San Diego, CA
There's a lot more to this "dirty water" issue than just dirty pipes.
Hemet's wellwater was abundant and pure at shallow depth until
MWD bored a hole under Mt San Jacinto to pipe in Colorado River
water, instead of sensibly routing their canal around this mountain.
Why did this quasi-public agency go to all that trouble?
The tunnel was not properly lined with concrete so 10 billion +-
gallons of pure rainwater from snowmelt leaks into it yearly through
fractured rock. This dilutes the salty river water enough to meet federal
quality standards. Hemet's prominent citizen Clayton Record was a
major recipient of public wealth for his part in this scheme, and the
Soboba tribe sued MWD for its theft of 'their' water so we all pay it for
the pure water that would otherwise be free to Hemet residents.
This reminds us that MWD managers are not paid to just smile pretty
for news cameras. They are chosen by California's best criminal minds
for their ability to keep editors/voters so badly informed and intimidated
by fear of water/energy shortage that they can't think straight.
That ability has been demonstrated perfectly in San Diego County
where several generations of politicians have been fooled-coerced-
bribed into not storing rain, so that importing water seems justified.
The original classic "Chinatown" movie illuminated this simple game.
Throw away so much rainfall that importation seems necessary.
Any questions, so far?
Insight

Los Angeles, CA

#26 Jun 16, 2014
Builder wrote:
James Marple
San Diego, CA
There's a lot more to this "dirty water" issue than just dirty pipes.
Hemet's wellwater was abundant and pure at shallow depth until
MWD bored a hole under Mt San Jacinto to pipe in Colorado River
water, instead of sensibly routing their canal around this mountain.
Why did this quasi-public agency go to all that trouble?
The tunnel was not properly lined with concrete so 10 billion +-
gallons of pure rainwater from snowmelt leaks into it yearly through
fractured rock. This dilutes the salty river water enough to meet federal
quality standards. Hemet's prominent citizen Clayton Record was a
major recipient of public wealth for his part in this scheme, and the
Soboba tribe sued MWD for its theft of 'their' water so we all pay it for
the pure water that would otherwise be free to Hemet residents.
This reminds us that MWD managers are not paid to just smile pretty
for news cameras. They are chosen by California's best criminal minds
for their ability to keep editors/voters so badly informed and intimidated
by fear of water/energy shortage that they can't think straight.
That ability has been demonstrated perfectly in San Diego County
where several generations of politicians have been fooled-coerced-
bribed into not storing rain, so that importing water seems justified.
The original classic "Chinatown" movie illuminated this simple game.
Throw away so much rainfall that importation seems necessary.
Any questions, so far?
Get rid of all that water-using green lawn-scape...go with drought resistant landscaping! And no more singing in the shower!
OutofSight

Honolulu, HI

#27 Jun 16, 2014
SantaAna is pretty green with lawns and trees. Not much xeriscape there in the neighborhoods. Taking a sponge bath?

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