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Vallejo Times-Herald

Emotions run high in dispute at tribal burial site in Gle...

Ah.....well actually ya'll owe my Nation more than a hill in Glen Cove. The documents are still around..... And it is **** hablis, I think....unless you are of a diff branch than the rest of us....  (Nov 13, 2010 | post #50)

Vallejo Times-Herald

Authorities find bodies of missing Vallejo women linked t...

My, my. As with many, it seems once this guy stepped into death penalty/life territory he said WTH and went for them all. Drugs? Most likely. Report missing persons? Hard almost anywhere, Vallejo, leave a message. As said above: Vallejo is a beautiful waterfront community.  (Sep 1, 2010 | post #13)

Vallejo Times-Herald

Lack of health insurance hurts widows, divorcees, like wo...

Not on welfare. Working 2 jobs. No healthcare, and can't buy any, even if I could afford it. Cancer is a pre-existing condition. Go figure. Anywho..... Oh, and lets not talk about monthly med costs, lifetime meds, not an option. A drug company covers one, the rest out of pocket. Do the math.  (Mar 8, 2010 | post #8)

Vallejo Times-Herald

Vallejo police call in help

they got help. that incident, and day is over. next?  (Sep 10, 2009 | post #48)

Vallejo Times-Herald

VIB- No new jobs?

I see that many are still suffering from tunnel vision around here. 12CENTS MORE A GALLON? I dunno, but I am thinking that most everyone, in California is going to be paying that one, among others. Jobs are a short supply everywhere. All over the planet, people are waiting for pink slips, or are working shortened weeks. All you see is Vallejo? Get a grip, it all will have something to do with each of you in someway... today, tomorrow, next year. If you think I am wrong then you don't read much and sure don't have a 401k, play the market, own a house, rent a house, buy gas, or any of a myriad of things that have been dropped on your head in the past few years. Vallejo is old news, kids. You have bigger problems than this.  (Feb 15, 2009 | post #5)

Vallejo Times-Herald

Parolee's struggle injures two officers

Golly, I come back just to see what you folks have been talking about lately, and it's still "all Gomes' fault"? Impressive!  (Feb 15, 2009 | post #45)

Vallejo Times-Herald

Obama's bad call

Your book is subjective and rewritten for so many political purposes, by so many people, through so many centuries..... word of who??? If my day of reckoning is nigh, so, dear friend of man, who leaves judgement to the one that "wrote" his book, so does yours. I would much rather face mine than yours, thank you very much. Read your book, preacher man, before having the audacity to judge ANYONE. IT IS NOT YOUR PLACE. Go tend to your sheep.  (Dec 31, 2008 | post #16)

Vallejo Times-Herald

Good-bye, Georgia Street Grill

This sums everything up quite well. It is on topic, to the point, and IMHO correct up to and including the last word.  (Dec 31, 2008 | post #93)

Vallejo Times-Herald

Woman sought in bizarre kidnap case

No mercy.  (Dec 3, 2008 | post #1)

Vallejo Times-Herald

Vallejo police searching for suspect after shooting

ROFLMAO  (Dec 3, 2008 | post #40)

Vallejo Times-Herald

Vallejo police searching for suspect after shooting

I love classical music, I danced ballet. I also love cajun, zydeco, blues, heavy metal, punk rock, electronica, folk, big band era, southern rock, most any kind of music, just depends on my mood. I think most people are like that. I spoke to an 87 year old (white, if it matters) lady yesterday, that while watching MTV a while back, found that she really liked Usher. She thought there was a bit of eye candy there, too. Special lady, an honor to talk to. I am sure she could really cut a rug if she wasn't in a wheel chair.  (Dec 2, 2008 | post #37)

Vallejo Times-Herald

Fighting to survive

Ye gads, I am saying it..... Wanglow is absolutely correct. I awake many a morning to chickens, there are chickens or a chicken at each of several houses within my area. It is kind of a nice down home sort of sound, whatever that is, and I like it a lot better than the cars that are a block away with bass tones so deep and loud that my tympanic nerves scream in agony.  (Dec 2, 2008 | post #4)

Vallejo Times-Herald


Did we not have intel before Pearl Harbor days before the attack? It was ignored. I could be mistaken, but I thought we did.... off topic.... was just wondering.....  (Nov 30, 2008 | post #6)

Vallejo Times-Herald

Vallejo police searching for suspect after shooting

FYI The waltz was brought to the world stage by someone other than Mozart.  (Nov 30, 2008 | post #25)

Vallejo Times-Herald

Vallejo police searching for suspect after shooting

Sweetie, You aren't Amadeus. He was known by that name and that name only, in the court. (Perhaps dear mama called him something else, and I am sure his enemies did) Let's try something new and get you within a few decades of your birth. Why not play Elvis..... his music was banned everywhere at one time or another and parents had big parties in the streets burning his albums. He was, you see a bad influence on the youth of this country. FYI an album is music that is on a vinyl disk, originally played on what was called a record player. Many of swivel hips records were made into 72's. Guess what those are?...?  (Nov 30, 2008 | post #24)

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Judge Much?




I dunno, I have 2 now.

Local Favorites:

The people you meet on the street, or in stores, saying hi to them and watching the astounded reaction.

I Belong To:

Me. A human. Claiming to be nothing more nor nothing less.

When I'm Not on Topix:

Living a normal life, whatever that may be. If you figure it out, let me know.

Read My Forum Posts Because:

You might want to flame me.

I'm Listening To:

Satriani, Peyroux, Joss Stone

Read This Book:

The Butter Battle Book

Favorite Things:

Books, import beers, looking beneath the surface, and people, all kinds.

On My Mind:

Staying sane in an insane society, surrounded by irrational people.

Blog / Website / Homepage:

favorite: USGS, right now

I Believe In:

There is a bit of truth in most everything; humans are capable of unspeakable acts of cruelty and once seen you never sleep well again; humans are capable of the most amazing acts of kindness often without knowing the difference they make. Never count on anything or anyone.