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Re: “Best Caribbean Cuisine: Fire in the belly

MY dear Aunty Edna RIP.....niece Leslie-Ann Martin

Posted by LeslieAnn Wallace on 01/17/2020 at 6:52 PM

Re: “The Great Cannabis Crash of 2019

Nail on the head... but, of it was predicted in 2016 at StopProp64 on Facebook. The the politicians knew full well 64 was a scam, to allow big money to take over, which is why they promoted it, in direct contradicion to the recommendations of Newsom's Blue Ribbon Panel, and all the market protections afforded by the intelligently legislated medical law freshly passed by the assembly. Blame Kamala Harris for breaking her oath and sworn duty as AG by changing the ballot name of the Control, Tax, and Regulate Cannabis Act to Legalize Marijuana, a move clearly designed to sway voters. Her proximity to Willie Brown, and his to Harborside, cannot go overlooked.

Posted by Nerd Borg on 01/17/2020 at 6:48 PM

Re: “The Great Cannabis Crash of 2019

Corporate weed (mostly) sucks.

Posted by Warren Bobrow on 01/17/2020 at 7:44 AM

Re: “The Great Cannabis Crash of 2019

I predicted this crash several years ago when I realised weed prices will drop with factory farming. I predict prices will go way lower as more farms come on line.

Posted by clara cat on 01/16/2020 at 11:09 PM

Re: “The Great Cannabis Crash of 2019

If you saw the news about Eaze tonight I think you’d probably find this article spot on

Posted by swamy on 01/16/2020 at 9:27 PM

Re: “The Great Cannabis Crash of 2019

This is false reporting unfortunately. Many companies named as shutting their doors in this article, in fact are not going out of business. All companies named in this article should have been fact checked with before making statements about their current standing. I wanted to say great article too, and then found out that it wasn't factual, which is truly, truly unfortunate. Please reprint and repost and reshare updated factual information.

Posted by Margaret44 on 01/16/2020 at 5:25 PM

Re: “Towing for Dollars in Alameda

What is happening now? One of my clients lives there and has been towed twice. When he moved him he told them that he needed two parking spots and they said no problem. They will not let him pay for a parking spot.l They will not alert him about towing.

Posted by Deborah Lagutaris on 01/16/2020 at 10:09 AM

Re: “The Coming National Water-Quality Crisis

For clarification: I do not believe the Pleasanton Garbage Service operations are in any way connected to the PFAS in Pleasanton’s groundwater. The material that moves through their transfer station and Material Recovery Facility (MRF) near Well 8 is moved out quickly- often within hours- to the landfill and compost facility. I appreciate the author’s coverage of this extremely important topic, but I do want to be certain that my concerns are clarified.

Jill Buck, founder & CEO
Go Green Initiative

Posted by Jill Buck on 01/16/2020 at 7:10 AM

Re: “The Great Cannabis Crash of 2019

Great article!

Posted by Ian Sharp on 01/15/2020 at 5:21 PM

Re: “Researchers Into 'Deepfakes' Highlight Failings of New California Legislation

i like it and keep update us with more good stuff.Retail Counter Displays Services Amityville

Posted by emma ava on 01/14/2020 at 8:02 AM

Re: “Yelp and the Business of Extortion 2.0

We got our first bad reviews in September of 2019, when we kicked 6 aggressively bad behaving 'salespersons' from Pro Fashion Hair, out of our bed & breakfast. 75 positive reviews.. 3 years of a 5 star operation.. never heard boo from Yelp. The 'salespeople' went on attack mode, and wrote 4 malicious attacks on our persons (not reviews of the business actually) and posted staged photos of 'flying insects'. Yelp not only featured each review and photo, the sales calls from Yelp agents began in earnest... (We declined)

Posted by Mandeley on 01/12/2020 at 7:51 PM

Re: “Did Punk Break? Green Day Played Gilman Last Night (Photos)

@Jonasstevens get a life

Posted by dean rossi on 01/12/2020 at 7:32 PM

Re: “California's Salmon Barely Survived the 20th Century, (But Will They Vanish Before the Next One?)

The statement by one commentator that “90 percent of out-migrating salmon are eaten by non-native species such as striped bass” is not supported by scientific data. See Dr. Peter Moyle’s 1/12/20 blog on the UC Davis Californiawaterblog.com website on striped bass in the delta. https://californiawaterblog.com/2020/01/12/striped-bass-an-important-indicator-species-in-the-delta/

Posted by David Roche on 01/12/2020 at 5:41 PM

Re: “A Neglected Beat Pioneer

Robert Welch,( poet, artist), the pain is too deep for words, the words are too small for the hurt, when you fall through the big American crack, you end up unknown, buried in dirt

Posted by Bob Welch on 01/12/2020 at 1:55 PM

Re: “When Landlords Lie

I'm in California and I need to know of Attorneys that can help tenants THAT are ganged up by other tenants and landlords who they hire to go ALONG with the and cover up for all they do and lie, by illegally entering my apartment an placing evidence like framing ME for terrorism so THAT they COULD use surveillance on ME 24 hours a day no matter where I go and live and 24/7/365 sound torture THEM talking CONSTANTLY to KILL ME and cause deadly car accidents.. its BEEN going on for 34 yrs and my son has been a VICTIM for 2 yrs now because of Them. He never lived with me BECAUSE he was AFRAID he would be threatened TOo I never had a chance to enjoy life watching him grow up BECAUSE of this family THAT has been using ME BECAUSE over murder cases and CHARGES by using ME for scapegoat for THEM TO AVOID prison and having CHILDREN . My FAMILY is threatened by THEM. And the legal system in TUOLUMNE county is involved with supporting THEM..my son and I and his girlfriend dont mind relocating if I can find a attorney THAT will sue THEM for damages and losses and wrongful death lawsuit on them killing my 4 yr old DAUGHTER.. in 2005.... they started doing this TO ME before I moved into apartments and when they had ME RAPED at apartment complex in 1995 is when they started HARASSING ME 24 hours a day.. we will move out of state..we just want our lives back they stole from us. And to BE able to live somewhere with out being TORTURED 24 hours a day.. they FOLLOW me where EVER I go and tried relocating no matter where I live in the United states they are ALWAYS going TO THREATEN and harass us until they KILL us..PLEASE. need your help on saving my family's lives. From these SICK SELFISH WOMEN at TUOLUMNE apts in Tuolumne,ca.

Posted by Rebecca Wells Putnam on 01/10/2020 at 7:15 PM

Re: “A Neglected Beat Pioneer

My name is Bob Kaufman also I am a musician and lived in the Bay Area at the time of Bob Kaufman death. It so happens that I was called by Noel Jewks a well known East Bay musician to play for Bob Kaufman’s eulogy at San Francisco City Hall. When Noel introduced me everyone did a double take.

Posted by Bob Kaufman on 01/10/2020 at 4:27 AM

Re: “Wednesday's Briefing: Newsom to sign order creating $750m fund to help residents pay their rent

If I wasn’t freezing my nuts off in Massachusetts, I would argue for Districts Elections in San Leandro which is a true form of Campaign Finace reform and I would name it after the famous local golfer Champagne Tony Lema and call it Champagne Finance Reform .

Posted by Craig Williams 1 on 01/09/2020 at 1:43 PM

Re: “Letters for the Week of Dec. 11-18

I live in north Oakland, and I have coal dust on my window sills. I say that because there is ample science that coal dust blows off of coal stored out of doors or transported without covers and travels over 25 miles. I can see the black soot on my window sills. And I have asthma.

It's tragic that the building trades unions have sided with the voracious and vicious coal industry against themselves, their children, their families and their communities.

It's criminal that building trades unions are convincing their workers that coal dust is not harmful. (direct from a conversation I had with a Levin Richmond Terminal worker in July at the city council meeting.) All the science says otherwise. This is just like advocating climate change denial, anti-vaccines and the "harmlessness" of cigarettes. Truly, a deal with the devil.

A truly Just Transition must be amply funded by California to bail out fossil fuel workers who lose their jobs as the fossil fuel industry dies its natural death, and as we work to shut down these harmful operations. That's Ju$t Tran$ition, not just hot air and not job training in low paying, non-union temporary jobs, such as in the solar industry.

State Sen. Nancy Skinner, Assembly member Buffy Wicks and Congressman Mark DeSaulnier must support Richmond in every way they can to get coal out of Richmond, and then they have to find the $ to support the workers.

And the Richmond City Council must pass the ordinance to get coal handling and storage out of Richmond.

And once the coal is out of Richmond and contributing its part to the bad air and bad health effects, we need to get the diesel out of Richmond and the cars off the freeway so that Richmond -- and all of us -- can have healthy air. That will take state of the art (existing) diesel engines and practices, far more robust public transit and even higher emissions standards for cars.

Posted by Lola Themola on 01/09/2020 at 12:35 PM

Re: “California's Salmon Barely Survived the 20th Century, (But Will They Vanish Before the Next One?)

Congratulations to Mr. Bland on one of the best articles I've seen on this issue! I would point out that the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, which manages the Hetch Hetchy Water System, has been one of the biggest opponents of improving instream flows, despite the strong environmental ethic of their constituents. Folks can learn more at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pL_INODOxsI&feature=youtu.be

Peter Drekmeier
Tuolumne River Trust

Posted by Peter Drekmeier on 01/09/2020 at 11:06 AM

Re: “California's Salmon Barely Survived the 20th Century, (But Will They Vanish Before the Next One?)

Fish vs farmer or even fisherman vs farmer ignores the fact that Delta farmers are dealing with increased salinity in soils there because of the shortage of fresh water flowing through the Delta. So, it's also (Delta) farmer vs (San Joaquin Valley / Westlands) farmer. Of course the latter are more numerous and wealthier (think the 'Pom Wonderful' billionaire Resnicks).

Posted by chris gilbert on 01/09/2020 at 8:41 AM

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