Fortuna residents find message in a b...

Fortuna residents find message in a bottle

There are 18 comments on the Eureka Times Standard story from Jun 6, 2008, titled Fortuna residents find message in a bottle. In it, Eureka Times Standard reports that:

While walking along the shore at Centerville Beach, Sarah Wotherspoon and her daughter Isabella, both fans of the TV series "Lost," were discussing what things might wash up on a desolate beach shore.

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tinman12

United States

#1 Jun 6, 2008
Thought is was illegal to toss litter in the waterways. Is this the message schools are giving the kids?? How about a small fine levied on the teacher?
hollister

Arcata, CA

#2 Jun 6, 2008
that is gay
SoCal Bro

Chula Vista, CA

#3 Jun 6, 2008
hollister wrote:
that is gay
watch ur mouth bro
tinman12

United States

#4 Jun 6, 2008
sure has a purdy mouth....
I agree

Mckinleyville, CA

#5 Jun 6, 2008
that is gay,,if i would have fished it out i would have thrown it on there school lawn an defacated on it....sure has a pretty mouth bro..check it out i'll squell like a pig for you to..

AP
fred flinstoned

Eureka, CA

#6 Jun 6, 2008
Some teacher is trying to give our youths a vision and understanding of the way the natural world works and you want to cut a dook on it? get outside and stop being bitter comment trolls. I'm sure somewhere along the line she reinforced littering is bad, m kay....
RWC

United States

#7 Jun 6, 2008
I used to do this with helium-filled balloons when I was a kid. I never got any responses.
Thats how I roll

Arcata, CA

#8 Jun 6, 2008
I just don't understand why some of you take such a negative, and at times vile, response to a news report that was intended to be, I believe, an up-beat light hearted story. To me, it was refreshing to see a news report that didn't outline murders, illicit grows, fatal accidents, out-of-control fires...or the general news of the day. Thank you Sarah Wotherspoon for providing a bright spot today, we need more of this type of news!
Howard Metzenbaum

United States

#9 Jun 6, 2008
Oregonians won't talk with Californians. They don't like us.
tinman12

United States

#10 Jun 6, 2008
OK, what if every student decides to toss a bottle in a river? Millions of bottles littering the beaches, is that what you want as an uplifting experience? I think there is enough garbage littering the beaches and highways in this country. Why add to it?
tinman12

United States

#11 Jun 7, 2008
it's not gay unless the balls touch
Native

Madera, CA

#12 Jun 7, 2008
Where is a picture of the bottle and Sarah and Isabella the people that found it? Am I missing something or are the pictures in a separate section and not with the stories?
The T/S needs to focus on more human interest stories like these that not only adults enjoy but would encourage children to read a newspaper! Perhaps a follow-up story WITH pictures could be done when Sarah's son takes the bottle to his school to share with his classmates! Just an idea and not even an original one that SHOULD be thought of by someone at the T/S.
Chris Johnson

Los Angeles, CA

#13 Jun 7, 2008
RWC wrote:
I used to do this with helium-filled balloons when I was a kid. I never got any responses.
Several years ago, a helium balloon with a message attached landed in my yard. It came from an elementary school about 10 miles away. I sent the message and a finder's note to a friend of mine in Texas with instructions to mail it back to the school. I always wondered if this fouled up their notions about atmospheric conditions.
Ron

Liberty, ME

#14 Jun 7, 2008
Howard Metzenbaum wrote:
Oregonians won't talk with Californians. They don't like us.
That is true and who can blame them...
Thats how I roll

Arcata, CA

#15 Jun 7, 2008
tinman12 wrote:
it's not gay unless the balls touch
Just what, tinman12, does this comment have to do with the news article? This type of borish/immature response of yours to the blogs is what discredits your comments. I do hope that in the future when you do add to the blog, you leave the bar room language behind thus re-establishing any redeemable qualities you maybe attempting to hide.
anon

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#16 Jun 7, 2008
Howard Metzenbaum wrote:
Oregonians won't talk with Californians. They don't like us.
With good reason.
anon

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#17 Jun 7, 2008
tinman12 wrote:
Thought is was illegal to toss litter in the waterways. Is this the message schools are giving the kids?? How about a small fine levied on the teacher?
It's the attitude of people like this that make Oregonians not want to talk to Californians.

Since: Apr 08

Union City, CA

#18 Jun 7, 2008
Thats how I roll wrote:
<quoted text>
Just what, tinman12, does this comment have to do with the news article? This type of borish/immature response of yours to the blogs is what discredits your comments. I do hope that in the future when you do add to the blog, you leave the bar room language behind thus re-establishing any redeemable qualities you maybe attempting to hide.
Right On!

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