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Shripathi Kamath April 16, 2014 at 05:44 PM
Charlie, you also mentioned that there were some HH signs. Perhaps you should save them, they'llRead Morebe come collector items in a few years. Daily Tucker has unearthed a communist plot in the house of the one they knew was a communist (http://bit.ly/1gIaCwP). You see, it is important to remember who the heroes and martyrs were. In the Civil War, it was the Confederates. In WW II, it was the Hitler and the Nazis who fought against FDR and his commie buddy Stalin. So Bundy + Confederates + Nazis is the God's side. Pitted against the Feds who'd shoot women + Union abolitionists + Uber Liberal Commie FDR.
Status Quo April 16, 2014 at 11:04 PM
'Shripathi', is a low-information mathematician.
Shripathi Kamath April 16, 2014 at 11:38 PM
Damn Quo, that is one stinging rebuke.
andy fischer April 17, 2014 at 10:26 AM
Actually, it's a anglicization of an old Chumash word csathawoth which translates "All theRead Moretree s here are dead."
MLY Gallery April 12, 2014 at 07:14 PM
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 14, 2014 Malibu LumberRead MoreYar d Gallery is pleased to Present: PERCEPTUAL NATURE Los Angeles Art Association Art Exhibit Malibu, CA – In conjunction with the Los Angeles Art Association, 501c3 non-profit artist organization (LAAA.org), The Malibu Lumber Yard Gallery (MLY GALLERY.com), and artist & curator Seda Saar, are proud to present a group exhibition: “Perceptual Nature “ in Malibu, CA, at the Malibu Lumber Yard Gallery from April 19th to May11th. The opening reception will be on Saturday, April 19th from 6- 8 pm at the gallery. Private viewing 5-6 pm. Special live performance by artist Yana Clark: 7:00pm. The artworks in this exhibition explore aesthetic engagement with perceptions of nature, space and sensory experiences. The LAAA artists featured in Perceptual Nature include Kelly Berg, Yana Clark, Gabor Ekecs, Brigit Faustmann, Caroline Jones, Flora Kao, Kim - Kimbro, Barbara Kolo, Rebecca Hamm, Andrew Pasquella, Richard Slechta, Michael Wood. The exhibition will explore actual and perceptual nature, process and change, and arrested time and sequence - drawing connections across a variety of mediums: Photography, Painting, and Sculpture, as well as installation, performance and video. All the works on display heighten our perceptual experience of the world and the objects in it by destabilizing conceptions of nature, space and our experience through distinct and often subtle means. The Malibu Lumber Yard Gallery is a nature inspired, eco-conscious art and design gallery located in the center of the prime-shopping destination in Malibu, CA. Perceptual Nature will run from April 19th through May 11th. Address: MLY Gallery | 3939 Cross Creek Road, D130 Malibu, CA 90265 Web: www.mlygallery.com www.laaa.org Press Contact: Seda Saar | 310. 317 1918 info@mlygallery.com
Carl Petersen III April 16, 2014 at 04:51 PM
Jheri Heetland April 16, 2014 at 01:50 AM " I also went to be on the budget committee that was Read Moreto over see the monies that is suppose to be distributed to the schools. Before I could even hear what was to be said we were to remember that monies first priority was to the foster care kids, handicap kids and non-English speaking kids/low income. If were not willing to follow these rules than we not elect our self to run for this committee. I am very disturbed by this." ________________________________________________________ I am planning on writing a blog on the subject but this is actually not a school district issue. The state provides the districts with a set amount per student. They then give an additional amount for foster children, English learners and low income children. Under this formula the district does not receive extra funding for students in Special Education programs.
Jheri Heetland April 17, 2014 at 04:06 PM
What can we do? I am there.
Carl Petersen III April 17, 2014 at 04:44 PM
Jheri Heetland April 17, 2014 at 04:06 PM "What can we do? I amRead Morethere." __________________ _______________________________________ Keep giving your input!
Carl Petersen III April 01, 2014 at 09:38 PM
In his new blog, Mark seems to think that Brad Sherman has trouble counting. Some quick researchRead Moresho ws that isn't true. Mark deleted the correction: ___________________________________________________ Carl Petersen III April 1, 2014 at 03:27 pm Feeling a little petty today Mark? You seem to be the one having trouble with the counting as there were five town hall meetings: ___________________________________________________ From http://northridge.patch.com/groups/announcements/p/congressman-sherman-holds-five-town-hall-meetings_6054ff93 ___________________________________________________ (1) "Monday March 17th, Sherman held a meeting to discuss issues facing senior citizens at the Fountainview Jewish Home." (2)(3)(4) "Three of the town hall meetings were held at Valley high schools with a focus on issues related to students and younger citizens... El Camino Real Charter High School in Woodland Hills, the Valley Academy of Arts and Sciences in Granada Hills, and Harvard-Westlake School in Studio City." ___________________________________________________ Then there is the one that you wrote about in your blog ( http://northridge.patch.com/groups/mark-reeds-opinion/p/3-question-to-ask-brad-sherman-at-his-campaign--townhall-this-sunday ): ___________________________________________________ (5) "30th US Congressional District Town Hall Meeting: 3-23-14 at Birmingham High School 2pm - 3:30pm "
Carl Petersen III April 02, 2014 at 03:19 PM
Mark Reed needs to remain petty. His Tea-Party Republican ideas will never fly with the ValleyRead Moreelect orate so he has to make sure that this is not a campaign about actual issues.
Shripathi Kamath April 07, 2014 at 04:32 PM
I cannot vote for him since he is not in my district, but just for the material he'd generate, Mark Read Moredeserves our vote.
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