Hamlin: Don't laugh -- this is really...

Hamlin: Don't laugh -- this is really important legislative stuff

There are 7 comments on the The Reporter story from Jul 25, 2010, titled Hamlin: Don't laugh -- this is really important legislative stuff. In it, The Reporter reports that:

These are grim times in the state of California. The economy has become the stuff of knock-knock jokes, our schools are barely capable of teaching chimps to eat bananas and our once cutting-edge technology has fallen behind that of Muleshoe, Texas.

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#1 Jul 25, 2010
Alligator Lizard? Do you have any idea how hard those $#%s!! bite? Try letting one latch onto your nose, and you'll change your tune!

Oakland, CA

#2 Jul 25, 2010
Our state bird should be the crow. That would suit us just fine, considering the shape we're in, since crows are not pretty and they're big bullies. I'm sure Arizona would agree.

Millbrae, CA

#3 Jul 25, 2010
Generation Useless is breeding now - the chimps, with baby daddies and baby mommas. These same children breeding, were the 80s babies who were spoiled beyond belief. Generation X the producers of Generation USELESS.
Ban Asbestos Now

New York, NY

#4 Jul 26, 2010
I think it's crazy how much publicity this issue has gotten. I'm with Ban Asbestos Now - http://www.banasbestosnow.com - and think it's long overdue that this country bans the mining, manufacturing and commercial use of asbestos. Having said that...the serpentine debate is a completely different issue. Frankly, I agree that California has other more pressing issues than the serpentine debate...but can't we all agree that this level of debate - the clarification of what's dangerous, what's not, how asbestos still kills thousands in this country each year - is beneficial, regardless of whether the rock gets stripped of its title?
Dancer girl

Pleasanton, CA

#5 Jul 26, 2010
I am a rock collector. If I have a serpentine specimen, do I need to be careful not to inhale?
Brian Hamlin

Muleshoe, TX

#7 Jul 29, 2010
Sharon Middlebrooks Grant Mr.(and I use that term loosely) Hamlin. What could you possibly know about the cutting- edge technology in MULESHOE, TX? You maybe should research the amount of cotton grown in the area and the outstanding quality of that crop which is h...arvested by machines that cost several hundred thousand dollars and are used only once a year. The same goes for for our top of the line grown corn which soon may be the only fuel available to power whatever sports car you drive. It is california's loss that MULESHOE, TX. is now the home of approximately a dozen dairies which CHOSE to leave California for more room and better quality conditions for their workers and their children. We are just completing renovation of 4 top of the line school buildings in which only highly qualified teachers are on staff. For a small town of 4500 we seem to be doing very well as a new 1.5 million dollar swimming pool and a new police department building that is second to none have just been completed. You should be ashamed for using Muleshoe , Tx. in such a deeming way. Of course , you just pulled our town's name out of thin air-knowing nothing about small town TEXAS. TEXANS would have more courtesy than to write about a town of which they knew nothing of. Shame on You!!!! BTW It takes a highly skilled farmer with a college degree to even begin to operate their state of the art cotton strippers and combines. You obviously wouldn't qualify. Our technology consist more of developing cutting-edge people but then you wouldn't

Granny in the Crosswalk

Since: Apr 08

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#8 Jul 29, 2010
Everything is bigger in Texas.

Texans still have BIG hair.

Seriously, Texas is a cool place. Not ghetto like Vacaville, California.

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