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Vallejo Times-Herald

Don't sell us out

When I worked for a muni, I heard that too. What you fail to realize, is that you do not have the details regarding the task that you see being performed. Obviously, if one person is working, it is a one-person job. There are probably several more jobs on the day's schedule that require all four of those people. They probably have the benefit of only one truck to take them to their respective stops.  (Dec 19, 2010 | post #48)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Arrowhead to close eight branches and lay off 37

The ISP address that is printed with the poster's handle is usually not where the poster resides.  (Nov 30, 2010 | post #8)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

DREAM Act vote possible

I'm not referring to GED students. I'm talking about kids who are the Presidents of the student bodies at their respective universities--they have 4+ point grade averages. The article on these kids was in this past Sunday's LA Times.  (Nov 30, 2010 | post #133)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

U.S. built on competition

The problem with me, as one who lives in the general area, is not the presence of the store itself, but the 24/hr. nature of the operation. I know a person who was once a department head at a Wal*Mart super center. I was told by this person that, the only people who come in the store after midnight are vagrants and tweakers. The poster who claims that the area is run down with unpainted houses, etc. is not speaking the truth, and has probably never even been there. It is a well kept area with homes, churches, and schools. It would help if Wall*Mart would clear the area of the vacant buildings, regardless of whether or not they will go ahead with their construction. The strip malls in the general area are well kept up. The area looks better than many--probably the one where this poster resides.  (Nov 30, 2010 | post #7)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Act now on nutrition in schools

I never ate breakfast in my life until I was a parent. I was never hungry in the morning. When I was in school, my days consisted of plenty food--a balanced lunch at the cafeteria, and a good evening meal at home, on the farm. I doubt that the kids who are being fed at school now, have the advantages that I had. No child in this country should be hungry. If it takes the government to provide them that sustenance, so that they can do their school work, so be it.  (Nov 28, 2010 | post #12)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

DREAM Act vote possible

The kids who would be the beneficiares of the DREAM Act are class leaders with high grade-point averages. I would like to deport a few legal citizens who are running with the criminal, street gangs.  (Nov 28, 2010 | post #103)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Greater good ignored

Ha, Ha. Archie is 90 years old and you are a troll.  (Nov 28, 2010 | post #4)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Social Security plan could hurt the poor

It is in very limited release. It is showing in one of the theaters at the Mills in Ontario this week. Several Laemmle theaters are showing it--it was in Claremont last week, but closed on Thursday.  (Nov 23, 2010 | post #18)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Brown seeks budget ideas

Libelous!  (Nov 21, 2010 | post #51)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Social Security plan could hurt the poor

If you can take being appalled more than you are now, see the film, "Inside Job".  (Nov 21, 2010 | post #9)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Social Security plan could hurt the poor

The fix is simple--increase the income cap to a reasonable level--say $500,000.  (Nov 21, 2010 | post #8)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

UPDATE: Loose dogs caught by officials; two people bitten

Don't worry about the dogs, troll. Just keep hundered down under that, bridge so you don't get mistaken for one of them, and the HS will take you out.  (Nov 20, 2010 | post #4)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Two Inland Empire residents chosen for state redistrictin...

300/day, plus expenses.  (Nov 19, 2010 | post #8)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Right reaction to booze-buzz drinks

Its unfortunate for you that there is no school for trolls--you are going to be forever stuck in your inanity.  (Nov 19, 2010 | post #2)

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Don't kill the cow

This unemployment situation is different than any extended recession we have experienced since the depression of the 30's. I know that many have dependents to feed. If I had been laid off from a decent paying job and had to choose between the check and a $10/hr., I am sure I would take the immediate money and hold out for something better. Many do not realize that something better is a long way off. We could argue this all day--I guess there will be more food lines after Dec. 1. I will digress here, and urge you to see the film, "Inside Job". It is an excellent documentary on the beginnings of the financial crisis, as it began with deregulation in the mid-80's, and progressed, until now.  (Nov 19, 2010 | post #31)