Friday, May 05, 2006

Desperation

Just to show how pathetically desperate the Gallegos campaign has gotten, take a look at the contents of this e-mail that was forwarded to me, allegedly sent out over the Alliance for Ethical Business list- serve:

"Ace Hardware in Mckinllyville has Dikeman signs on their fence. I think it is inappropriate, if not downright foolish, for a business to openly step into a political race. Please call 839-1587, ask for the owner, and let them know that you may not wish to shop there anymore."

So what if a business decides to put a campaign sign on their property. Sure, it might be foolish for a business to openly get involved in a political campaign, but that's for them to decide. I'm trying to remember if I've seen any Gallegos signs on business property.

That e-mail alone gives me reason enough to vote for Dikeman.

83 Comments:

At 8:24 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am going to do all my shopping at this store now.

The term is called social fascism - which means they can support their person but another person can't. Wow thats progressive!

I hope thes idiots keep it up because it only exposes how corrupt they are.

Way to go Ace and way to go Fred.

 
At 8:46 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I guess that means we can boycott all the nutjobs who want to use Measure T to sue any business they don't like too.

 
At 8:47 AM, Anonymous Kat said...

If I lived in McKinleyville, I would fully support Ace Hardware.

I am not a very political person, but I do dislike Gallegos for personal reasons. WE need a new DA. Farmer may have been a pain, but at least he kept people informed of what was going on. You would always see him in the paper or on the news about something. ANd that meant a lot to some people that I have talked to. They liked seeing him talking about work, and they felt like he was trying to get things done. Getting anything out of Paul is next to impossible. The man is a master of the run around and double speak.

 
At 9:05 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow, that looks pretty bad...

What was he thinking?

 
At 9:46 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

They should be desperate. You should spend some time walking around on the second floor of the courthouse. Hear what the defense lawyers say abut the deputies. Stand in a courtroom and listen to all the dismissals at every Monday trial call. Listen to a judge ask a new deputy if he's dismissing all his cases. See cases cops worked hard on get dismissed because deputy d.a.s aren't prepared, don't have their witnesses or evidence, just don't care.
Wonder why drug users get put on probation and the deputies don't ask for search clauses. Mr. Gallegos can pick one case at a time, use his whole office, and get a decent result, but the problem is with all the other cases. The
DA's office as a whole is a joke. It survives because of about 4 deputies, Dikeman included. Ask anyone who works on the second floor.

 
At 10:07 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

THE COUNTER-BOYCOTT LIST

Here are all the businesses which are unincorporated and want to discriminate against local businesses that are incorporated, using the foolish and flawed Measure T. Go ahead and let us all know what the numbers are for the ones not in the phone book.

923-2277 • Alternative Energy Engineering - Redway

?? • Arete Business Services - Eureka

445-1344 • Booklegger - Eureka

443-9514 • Chapala Restaurant - Eureka

?? • Courthouse Cafe - Eureka

443-1146 • Earth Care Landscaping - Kneeland

822-7173 • Espresso 101 - Arcata

826-2606 • Footprint Recycling - Arcata

?? • ForEverGreen Forestry - Eureka

825-9400 • Humboldt Advocate - Arcata

825-9039 • Humboldt Artworks - Arcata

442-3541 • Humboldt Herbals - Eureka

444-9999 and 839-9998 • Northcoast Horticulture Supply - Eureka and McKinleyville

822-4700 • James D. Athing, D.C. - Arcata

443-7777 • Kyoto Japanese Restaurant - Eureka

923-4372 • Lamport Legal Documents - Garberville

?? • Lin Press Printing Co. - Trinidad

822-5296 • Moonrise Herbs - Arcata

?? • North Coast Camp - Petrolia

822-2834 • Northtown Books - Arcata

923-2937 • Pomegranate Video - Redway

825-7100 • Simply Macintosh - Arcata

822-6972 • Solutions - Arcata

888-923-4802 • Sylvandale Gardens - Redway

822-2156 • The Garden Gate - Arcata

442-8121 or 826-7007 • The Works - Eureka and Arcata

822-7401 • Tofu Shop Specialty Foods, Inc. - Arcata

677-0711 • Trinidad Trading Company - Trinidad

 
At 10:22 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gallegos and his handlers should be scared. People aren't buying his bull any longer. He has had 3 years to put out and now its time for him to pay his dues.

No more trying to strong arm decent hardworking folks.

They should be ashamed for trying to prohibit any entity of exercising their rights to free speech. But I guess that only means they have the right and not their opposition.

Jeez - what hypocrites!

 
At 10:26 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

As someone on the AEB list, I got that email.

It didn't come from the Gallegos campaign, it came from some lady who supports Gallegos (obviously). It was a stupid thing to say - businesses have every right to be political. I doubt that she would be mad about a business putting up a Gallegos sign. So it wasn't the fact that the business is political, it is the fact that she didn't like their politics.

As a lefty I don't shop at right-wing businesses, if I can help it. But the idea of calling businesses and telling them not to put up Dikeman signs, or not to support Measure T -- that seems like bullying and draconian. Boycott away, but don't harass people just for thinking differently than you.

This is supposed to be a free country after all.

 
At 10:27 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I guess that Captain Buhne is also getting desperate (being a fan of Paul Gallegos), as his recent poll asking people whether Paul Gallegos will fire Worth Dikeman "Apprentice" style is disgraceful. The attorneys who work there are all "at will" meaning they can be fired for no reason whatsoever. There is no job protection. These people have lived with the fear of no safety net for over three years. Trivializing people losing their jobs is tantamount to somebody who does not understand how devastating that could be with mortgages and children.

Captain Buhne does not seem to understand that Worth Dikeman stepped up to the plate when somebody needed to point out that an office, which is crucial to our quality of life in Humboldt, was being systematically destroyed under the immature, inconsistent, and ignorant rule of Paul Gallegos.

If Gallegos fires Worth Dikeman for speaking the truth, then maybe the public will see that he doesn't want people working there who are willing to speak up when things are wrong. And a government office that does not allow for dissention within has something to hide.

 
At 10:30 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Picking Dikeman or Gallegos is one thing.

To stand up for Measure T is to stand up for a measure designed to let any nutjob sue an incorporated business into oblivion just because they allow a campaign meeting to happen or donate some muffins to a candidate. Measure T is designed to discriminate and is designed to hurt some businesses to the benefit of others.

Any business supporting Measure T deserves some heat and deserves to lose business.

 
At 10:36 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

10:27AM:

That's ridiculous!

Gallegos should have fired Dikeman after the Recall. No one can seriously or honestly say that any other employer would allow someone to work in their office after all that happened during the Recall. Galleogs gave Dikeman a second chance after the Recall, and he's blown it.

 
At 10:46 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear 10:26 - the email was from the Alliance for Ethical Business - it is Richard Salzman and Salzman is actively working on the Gallegos campaign.

Sorry the AEB is GAllegos

 
At 10:48 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

10:36, so you're saying that if you worked in a government office and saw serious problems within it and had the courage to tell the public, that you should be fired?

Compare that situation to the federal government and find the flaws in your reasoning. The people who spoke up about Watergate also should have been fired. The military leaders who told the department of defense that we weren't sending enough troops to Iraq should be fired.

If one were to endorse your view, then a good government worker is one who turns their head when a department is troubled or covers up the blunders of their boss.

If that's the government that you want, then follow your conscience. But just remember: you catch it you keep it. You will get the government that you deserve.

 
At 10:55 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The AEB list is an unmoderated list. Anyone on the list can post to it. That message didn't come from Richard Salzmann, or the Gallegos campaign. It came from some woman who supports Gallegos.

Fred quotes it totally out of context and says that it came from the campaign - misleading.

Sincerely yours,
10:26AM

 
At 10:59 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

As someone on the AEB list, I got that email.

It didn't come from the Gallegos campaign, it came from some lady who supports Gallegos (obviously). It was a stupid thing to say - businesses have every right to be political. I doubt that she would be mad about a business putting up a Gallegos sign. So it wasn't the fact that the business is political, it is the fact that she didn't like their politics.

As a lefty I don't shop at right-wing businesses, if I can help it. But the idea of calling businesses and telling them not to put up Dikeman signs, or not to support Measure T -- that seems like bullying and draconian. Boycott away, but don't harass people just for thinking differently than you.

This is supposed to be a free country after all.

10:26 AM


Businesses have every right to be political, huh? Then why carry water for the bullying, draconian Measure T? It would strip incorporated buisnesses of ALL their rights in local elections? They couldn't even have a political meeting in their business! Or did you forget to read this turkey and let Paul do your thinking for you?

 
At 11:02 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Under Measure T would a local unincorporated business be able to make a political contribution, but a local incorporated business not be able to?

To listen to the Measure T folks they say it's because a corporation is not an individual, but neither is an unincorporated business. They are both businesses run by people. For small businesses, there are very few differences.

What's the point again?

 
At 11:17 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the point is that big businesses are almost always corporations. The point isn't to punish local businesses, whether incorproated or not.

Plus, do local businesses even really need to be political? I mean, if they can't is that really such a big deal?

Seems a small price to pay to keep big businesses like Pacific Lumber and Walmart from attacking us again. That's why I am leaning toward voting yes....At least, I think.

 
At 11:23 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

11:17, it kind of like term limits though...it shows an utter lack of respect for voter intelligence. We can't control ourselves from voting for an incumbent doing a bad job because they are an incumbent.

This is suggesting that we will always be swayed by the position of the "big business." It didn't work out that way in both of the cases that you use as illustrations. Obviously, the voters examined that part of it (that big businesses were supporting a certain position) and promptly rejected that position.

Why do we need yet another law when the voters have the intelligence to see those issues?

The Measure T folks obviously either: 1. have no respect for voter intelligence or 2. are afraid that local business owners who happen to be incorporated do not share their views and will vote against their candidates and measures.

Either way, it doesn't smell right.

 
At 11:27 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Whether the "point" is to punish local businesses or not is irrelevant. We're not talking about the sweet intentions eminating from the Democracy Unlimited gang, which are entirely lacking if you take a closer look at those racketeers.

The "point" is that MEASURE T HURTS LOCAL BUSINESS, whether intentionally or not. The "need to be political" is similarly irrelevant, if you actually read this turkey, contribution is defined as "anything of value" whether space in a business, time of its employees, muffins, coffee, pens, scrap lumber or ANYTHING ELSE OF VALUE.

Businesses will be caught in this trap even if they don't donate a penny of actual cash. Measure T allows anyone, even some homeless guy, to sue these businesses, with no repercussions for junk or bogus suits. Local busineeses will be sued into bankruptcy and Democracy Unlimited will be laughing all the way to the bank.

 
At 11:44 AM, Blogger Tim Hooven said...

11:17, it seems like a small price to pay for you, because it does not affect you. Why should we be exposed to some potential liability for donating some sheets of plywood or something to a political candidate due to our legal & tax status? We currently fit the definition of "local corporation", but what if we take on a contract in Trinity or Del Norte County and want to hire local people?

 
At 12:01 PM, Blogger Fred said...

11:17 wrote: "Plus, do local businesses even really need to be political?".

If they know what's best for them, I think they do. Politics (aka government) can destroy a business, or maybe even help it in some circumstances. They'd be fools not to pay attention and be involved in politics.

What's that old saying? Something along the line of, "You may not have an interest in politics, but politics certainly has an interest in you...". Anyway, something along that line.

 
At 1:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Alliance for Ethical Business' e-mail was not about Measure T. It was about trying to punish a person through his/her business for having an opinion different that the AEB's. That is the issue. These guys are SUCH hypocrites it is unbelievable. I am glad that the business that was targeted is big enough to withstand the AEB tantrum. Lots of small business' would probably have crumbled by the attack - Not exactly freedom of expression to me for these thugs to go around blackmailing people.

I'll vote for Dikeman

 
At 3:20 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

the aeb bots are also being good little sheep to vote for measure t

 
At 4:31 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

baahhh..

I'm voting for Gallegos not matter how many stupid little names you call me.

 
At 5:06 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You don't get it. Many of us are voting for Gallegos (or more like against Dikeman) but refuse to be led by the nose by the Measure T cult.

 
At 6:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Ace sign is related to the recent legal troubles of the owner. There are some domestic violence/child abuse allegations.

 
At 7:44 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anybody hear Ken Miller talking to Dikeman on KMUD? What an idiot.

 
At 8:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ken Miller was great on KMUD. He made several great points very succienctly. Worth couldn't debate him on the points so began attacking him personally.

I won't vote for Dikeman.

 
At 8:55 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Ace owner was arrested twice by deputies. Prosecution followed. No wonder he doesn't like the D.A. Why would he?

 
At 11:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey what do you think about may day attacks on pedestrians by chp and epd and sheriffs?

 
At 11:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Contradicting Miller when he said he doesn't write 215 cards was a personal attack? That's funny.

 
At 11:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

id say the issue of police review is the hot one right now, those nutjob duhcs are green with envy how everyone has forgot stupid little measure t

 
At 4:19 AM, Blogger Anon.R.mous said...

Ken Miller ONLY writes Prop 215 cards.

 
At 4:20 AM, Blogger Anon.R.mous said...

Prop 215 cards at 420 LOL

 
At 9:02 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Contradicting Miller when he said he doesn't write 215 cards was a personal attack? That's funny.

Ken Miller didn't say he doesn't "write 215 cards." He said he does not "recommend" marijuana. Allison Jackson, who is a lawyer and should know better, tried to attack him but apparently doesn't know what she is talking about. Like Dikeman, she lost her composure when she was unable to have intelligent debate with someone who disagreed with her. If people like Dikeman and Jackson weren't so rabid about their dislike of Gallegos, they might be able to keep the discussion on point.

Dikeman wasted tax-payer money to viciously pursue a medical marijuana patient who was an amputee. Worth lost the case because the man was clearly a valid 215 patient who was missing a leg. Worth said on KMUD that he didn’t mind losing the case. Apparently he doesn’t mind wasting the tax-payers money to go after patients either.

 
At 10:40 AM, Blogger Fred said...

"Dikeman wasted tax-payer money to viciously pursue a medical marijuana patient who was an amputee.".

When did this happen?

 
At 12:31 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Say hello to Ken, everyone. Anon 9:02. Use your real name, and have an honest discussion.

 
At 1:01 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ha-ha, Anon 12:31, use your real name and have an honest discussion.

 
At 1:44 PM, Blogger Anon.R.mous said...

He said he does not "recommend" marijuana.

Wait, what? Did Ken Miller say that he does NOT recommend marijuana? Did he say that over the air? And being a amputee does not make a person automatically need marijuana.

 
At 3:23 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

When did this happen?

It was about two years ago.

 
At 5:07 PM, Blogger Fred said...

So that was under Gallegos' watch? Hmmm...I thought he was so sympathetic to medical marijuana patients.

 
At 5:18 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ken MIller tried to weasel out of it - kinda like he didn't have sex with that woman, whatever the meaning of didn't is.

From what I heard, the attacks were coming from Jaimie Flowers and Miller.

 
At 6:23 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's Miller got against Jackson?

 
At 12:56 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with Fred's comments that businesses should endorse whoever they want to endorse. Why not? Companies are made up of people, and people have political opinions.

Back to the signs at Ace....... why isn't anyone here questioning the owner's motivation? If a serial burglar or speed-freak wife beater were questioning the D.A. because of a prosecution, would not his or her motivation be questioned? Guess not on this blog dudes and duddettees

 
At 7:18 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Way to go, Fred, pin it on Gallegos even though it was Worth Dikeman who wrongfully pursued the case against the amputee.

 
At 7:28 AM, Blogger Fred said...

You know what they say: "The buck stops here.".

Gallegos can't have it both ways. He can either take credit for everything that happens in the D.A.'s office, or he can't. You can't pick between the good and bad things.

 
At 9:50 AM, Blogger robash141 said...

NEWSFLASH!!
"Poltician running for office writes schmoozy campaign puff piece."

 
At 10:10 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gallegos is wandering in the desert again.

 
At 2:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Newsflash - it was gallegos that prosecuted the amputee. He just sent Dikeman in to do his dirty work. It is his office and his choice.


Newsflash to 6:23 PM, Anonymous who said...
What's Miller got against Jackson?

She is too smart for him and outed him on the radio after he said he never had written a 215 card. Personally, I don't care if anyone wants to kill their brain cells on pot, but Miller lied thru his teeth and then when confronted, said he only approved 215 use but did not recommend it. Sort of like Clinton not have "sex" with Monica. Can only guess what else he is lying about.

 
At 2:41 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It was an Ed Denson case, and Miller testified.

 
At 2:49 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Doesn't Denson have a "get out of jail free" card along with Russ Clanton - they can do whatever they want. Seems like all the defense attorneys are saying it.

 
At 2:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear 8:55 - are you just making this up as you go along? So you lie and slander a good person with absolutely nothing - oh yeah - maybe we should call you r.Trent Salzman.

 
At 3:23 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear 4:31 PM: Anonymous said...

"baahhh..

I'm voting for Gallegos not matter how many stupid little names you call me."


your a sheep! baahh.


I am buying everything at Ace Hardware from now on.

And for you who try to slander folks by spreading inuendos against them - shame on you and you must be thankful that you can blog anonymously

 
At 3:42 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

9:02 a.m. is evidently Ken Miller still licking his wounds after being smacked around by Jackson on the air. I listened and it was hysterical.

Poor Ken - better luck next time.

 
At 4:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually, dickhead, I'm not Ken Miller, but I hope the next time Dikeman, Jackson, or Steven "Ariel" Lewis flood the airwaves with lies and misrepresentations that Mr. Miller will call in to interject some truth.

 
At 5:52 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you don't believe that the owner of the hardware store was arrested twice, then go down to the courthouse and look at the files.

 
At 5:55 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

im voting for paul, and im telling you this ace-bashing isnt helping him one bit. no one in their right mind believes this guy will get out of child abuse charges just because dikeman might take office in 2007. you think youre helping paul by making his supporters look this nutty?

 
At 6:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The helpful hardware man is not supporting Dikeman because he thinks he'll get reduced charges. He's supporting Dikeman because of a grudge against Gallegos for prosecuting him. He already plead guilty to hitting his child.

 
At 7:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

muddy waters has a Gallegos sign - guess the AEB will be mad at them, too?

 
At 8:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

given what this DA did to Debi August, I wouldn't go jumping to conclusions 6:22

 
At 8:29 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think I'll buy a mocha tomorrow at Muddy Waters and get more tomato plants at the McKinleyville Ace Garden Center.

btw Fortuna Garden and Feed had an awesome sale yesterday. Hot Dogs and soda for the kids and a Pat Whitchurch for City Council lifesize doll. It smiled and talked. Gave good advice...

Oh crap, it was the real thing!

This sign/business thing is so stupid.

Mike Harvey

 
At 8:44 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The hardware man was arrested by sheriff's deputies on two different occasions before the DA had anything to do with it.

 
At 7:53 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You guys are evil. You make up lies about people who refuse to support Gallegos. You did it with Debi August and now you slander this guy under the name "anonymous." Blog under your own name if you want to slander someone you chickens

 
At 8:17 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

the measure t nutjobs have made up plenty of lies about people who refuse to support their lunacy too.

 
At 9:43 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

They are desparate and it shows.

 
At 9:58 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I thought it was Gallegos' supporters that have criminal records.

And why is Paul having his fundraiser at Salmon Creek - Guess the paper bag will be passed around to collect all the cash

 
At 12:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

By calling anonymous a liar, you're also calling the good sheriff's deputies in town liars too. Sad.

 
At 1:20 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

who is calling the good deputies liars?

 
At 2:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why is Ken Miller afraid to admit he writes 215 cards? It's legal, so why the semantics?

 
At 4:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you are talking about the KMUD show with Dikeman in which Miller called in, Miller did not refuse to "admit he writes 215 cards." He wasn't asked if "writes 215 cards."

Voters passed Prop 215 ten years ago, but that did not (and does not) stop some prosecutors, like Worth Dikeman, from using the DA's office from pursuing people with a valid 215. On the KMUD call-in show, Dikeman played dumb about pursuing a case in which a 215 patient had a total of four (4) plants. When Ken Miller called in to point out that Dikeman unjustly pursued a case against a different 215 patient, which Dikeman eventually lost, Dikeman tried to attack Miller for writing 215 cards.

Dikeman has attempted to tone down his strong anti-medical marijuana bias for the sake of the election, but those comments to Miller exposed Dikeman's true colors. Even though the will of the people is that medical marijuana is and should be legal, Dikeman would prefer that no 215's are issued, and that as a prosecutor he is willing to drag patients through baseless criminal proceedings for actions that are within the scope of the law.

 
At 5:11 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I heard that interview, and that's not what I heard at all.

 
At 5:25 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ken MIller was rabid and incoherent, kept talking about the right to lie, said he represented the trees.

 
At 12:48 AM, Blogger Rose said...

Get your facts straight, Ken. You're way off base.

"“I would like to see marijuana decriminalized,” he said. “Notice that I’m not saying legalized, I’m saying decriminalized and taxed heavily.”

Dikeman said that if he were district attorney he would abide by the Board of Supervisors’ adopted resolution regarding medicinal marijuana.

He said the resolution states, “If you have beneath this limit and you have the approval or recommendation of a physician then you’re not going to be prosecuted and I would abide by that determination because (Proposition) 215 is the law regardless of what they may say in Washington, D.C.,” Dikeman said."

 
At 9:42 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dikeman says one thing and does another. That's the problem.

 
At 10:22 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh I don't think so. I believe that he has been very consistent. Paul is the one who "runs" the office and chooses which cases go to trial. He assigns Dikeman to do a marijuana case so he does it. My god it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure this out. Miller is just blogging anonymously so he can keep his PL case from being totally flushed. (although it seems that it is - the Notice of appeal was filed, but has not been approved to be briefed yet.)

 
At 12:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's right. It is Gallegos who is the District Attorney and has been since 2003 and as such HE decides what cases will go forward and which won't, unilaterally. If he did not want those medical marijuana cases filed or prosecuted, he could have directed Dikeman to drop them, and as a subordinate, he would have to.

Are the Gallegos supporters suggesting that Gallegos had no idea what was going on in his own office?

 
At 3:49 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

it's a safe bet Salzman told gallegos to put worth on th pot cases so they could use it in just this way.

 
At 7:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

poor Worth, a victim of the times.

 
At 10:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pelican Bay

 
At 8:03 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes - its back to Pelican Bay for Paul. The question is why did they kick him out of Del Norte County?

 
At 9:28 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And why would Gallegos take credit for "modernizing" the District Attorney's office when there is written proof (from the Board of Supervisors meeting) that the new computer system began under the direction of Terry Farmer?

 
At 3:55 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

How can you tell if Paul the Puppet is lying?

His lips are moving!

 
At 11:01 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's the thing. He can't go back to PB.

 

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