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Thu 23 Nov 2017 01:41:39
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I only watch news a couple days a week when I go to town to take care of a couple friends. At home I have a Mexican channel on that has very old classics, just let it play all day and nite. I can't sleep with out the TV on!!!!
Sat 16 Sep 2017 12:40:37
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Please don't feed the trolls.
Wed 13 Sep 2017 05:48:20
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if you were smart enough you would change channels
Wed 06 Sep 2017 08:28:07
Name :Jo
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I like to watch the news over dinner...just cant understand why a television station would agree to air a diarrhea commercial at 6:50 (like clockwork) every night...I guess I could turn it off at 6:49 and back on at 6:51...gimme a break here...
Fri 25 Aug 2017 07:09:39
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I turn off my tv every night
Wed 16 Aug 2017 01:27:51
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Could imagine someone turning off their TV? The psychologist's business would be booming
Mon 31 Jul 2017 07:28:05
Name :A thought
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If one does not like drug commercials during the dinner hour one might try turning off the television. Just a thought.
Mon 17 Jul 2017 02:10:41
Name :Webmaster
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I'm embarrassed to say I forgot about that one. We have a BIG website. Although, again, it's just about Mar Vista Alumni.

Mon 17 Jul 2017 09:31:27
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I think maybe WK is talking about the MV Alumni Vietnam Memorial page.


To get there, click above where it says 'Alumni & High School Info' and then click 'Vietnam Memorial'.

Sun 16 Jul 2017 08:23:44
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I’m sorry but this website is just about Mar Vista High school alumni. We do have a military page, but again it’s only about Mar Vista alumni.

Sun 16 Jul 2017 04:22:29
Name :WK
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It is impossible to find the Vietnam Memorial wall. Shouldn't there be a link under the Memorial wall section????????
Mon 26 Jun 2017 08:54:30
Name :Lollie
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I do remember when they had to pass the laws where it was illegal to kill cats and dogs for consumption. What we called "Fido" or "Kitty" they called "Dinner." When they got off the boats and saw all the pets, the refugees probably thought they had truly arrived in the land of plenty. I suppose it was extremely difficult to leave what they knew life to be and adapt to a new culture. I do recall a couple difficult years. We lived in National City then and I remember when some of the refugees were learning to drive. They'd be bebopping down National Avenue at about 15 miles an hour with a car overloaded with family members.
Fri 02 Jun 2017 11:57:12
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Holy Cow Paw, those houses had already been built, but not sold yet. When the refugees were placed out of the military bases, those houses then became designated for them.
I never said they were built for those people, They were assigned to them.
My point was when they needed to amend the law to protect animals to state killing them to be their dinner.
Fri 02 Jun 2017 11:36:33
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So you're saying that tract of houses was built expressly for refugees? I have a problem believing that.
Mon 29 May 2017 05:04:46
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Those houses were between Green Bay and 19th or Saturn. (Sorry they changed so many street names while I was gone.)
You know where the cemetery is? Well it would have started about 3 to 4 blocks north from there. I can tell you exactly when I get back to IB later this week.
Sat 27 May 2017 08:56:02
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Your last post gives the impression that a tract of houses was built to accommodate one refugee family.
I know where Green Bay St. is and don't recall any tract built to accommodate refugees.
Thu 25 May 2017 08:07:36
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I should have added that there were a new tract of houses in the area that were allotted for one of the placements for the refugees as well as Linda Vista.
Thu 25 May 2017 08:05:27
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Does anyone remember when the Vietnamese refugees came over here on crowded boats??
Well I remember that I used to babysit over on Green Bay St (IB/Nestor) and they told me how cats were vanishing and come to find out it was a part of The Vietnamese cuisine.
Then there was a law made to banish the consumption of cats. (spelling) I was told this because I had a cat for 20 years.
Wed 05 Apr 2017 05:37:02
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Was.
I didn't have the ambition to write all that so I just attempted to clarify it with a couple of sentences.
Wed 05 Apr 2017 11:51:24
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PAW..are you an attorney, law enforcement agent?
Wed 05 Apr 2017 11:49:25
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In a move seen as a big win for animal rights activists, the FBI has added animal cruelty to its list of Class A felonies, alongside homicide and arson.

The FBI Now Considers Animal Abuse a Class A Felony

Cases of animal cruelty fall into four categories — neglect; intentional abuse and torture; organized abuse, such as cock and dog fighting; and sexual abuse of animals — and the agency is now monitoring them as it does other serious crimes. Starting January 1, data is being entered into the National Incident-Based Reporting System or NIBRS, the public database the FBI uses to keep a record of national crimes.

The FBI's decision will not only be a way to stop cases of animal abuse but also can help to identify people who might commit violent acts, according to the Christian Science Monitor. Psychological studies show that nearly 70 percent of violent criminals began by abusing animals, and keeping statistics on such cases can help law enforcement track down high-risk demographics and areas.

"Regardless of whether people care about how animals are treated, people – like legislators and judges – care about humans, and they can't deny the data," Natasha Dolezal, director of the animal law program in the Center for Animal Law Studies at Lewis & Clark College, in Portland, Oregon, told the Associated Press.

Animal abuse is already a felony in 13 states and in Washington, DC., but it had been previously classified with other miscellaneous crimes, making it impossible to get a handle on the patterns of animal-abuse crimes.

The move to begin tracking cases of animal abuse is a "huge policy shift and significant step forward," Scott Heiser, a lawyer with the Animal Defense League, told the Washington Post.

The FBI announced the change in 2014 but only began collecting data as of this month. (2016) The information will be publicly available in the coming year, the FBI said.
Wed 05 Apr 2017 11:12:12
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The FBI will not be investigating animal abuse and will NOT be making any arrests for animal cruelty. There is not a new or old federal law against animal cruelty.
The new law only defines animal abuse and puts it into a reporting (local to FBI) classification that already exists.
Mon 03 Apr 2017 09:25:09
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It is now a federal felony for ANY ANIMAL ABUSE. That includes leaving an animal in the car (and depending on the weather) windows up or down. Quite frankly, unless you are coming from some event, leave the pets home.
The reason for the felony? The FBI has found if animals are abused, more than likely children and spouses are AND.....
.....stats show DRUGS ARE INVOLVED.

IT IS A WAY IN TO FIND ILLEGAL DRUGS. Sneaky, eh?
Thu 16 Mar 2017 11:51:13
Name :Jo
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Here in Texas you leave an animal (or a kid) in the car alone anytime guarantees a broken window and a possible arrest.....
Tue 14 Mar 2017 05:42:21
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So what's the problem? A person takes their dog in the car while running some errands. It's a cool day and the dog is never alone in the car for more than 10 minutes.
It's not illegal and it's certainly not any of your business.
Fri 10 Mar 2017 10:37:43
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The dumb people that leave their dogs in the car. Regardless of the weather, it's dumb, stupid, idiotic.

Morons.
Sun 26 Feb 2017 07:07:03
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Seniors should consider the following:

Influenza (Flu)
Shingles (Herpes Zoster)
Diphtheria
Tetanus
Pertussis (Whooping Cough)
Pneumococcal disease (Pneumonia)

Here is the linc for babies, children and teens schedule immunizations. The list is too long to print here.

https://www.vaccines.gov/who_and_when/infants_to_teens/index.html

You judge for yourself what you want to croak from. And, this list will probably go away based on the current administrations predilection to "tearing down"
Sun 26 Feb 2017 06:56:07
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why?
Sat 25 Feb 2017 10:01:51
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That's the worst advice ever.
Fri 24 Feb 2017 10:01:18
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About germs.more germs/bacteria as more and more trees in the tropics are chopped down. It releases bacterium into different environments to grow, evolve into other environments. It affects the very young and very old first due to decreased ability of the immune system on each age group. One is building up an immune system and the other losing a viable immune system. Answer for the old...get your Flu shots and add the various shots against pneumonia and other immunizations you had as a kid.

Babies: get them Immunized.!!!
Fri 24 Feb 2017 09:50:39
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what you need is a xanax Nuffer
Fri 24 Feb 2017 04:11:59
Name :Nuther '62er
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Here's another that frosts me. We used to travel fulltime in an RV. And what used to drive me crazy, were drivers who had no idea how to keep a steady speed. If the limit was 65mph, they'd go from 65 to 45, to 55, to 60. Which made me have to continually hit the brakes, then speed up, only to have to slow down again. Sometimes I wished I had a Hellfire missile mounted on the front so I could blow them out of the way.
Thu 23 Feb 2017 03:50:17
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Ok, here's my gripe. Whenever I get stuck with the grocery shopping, I invariably run into a woman who will just park her cart in the MIDDLE of an aisle with no thought that someone might be behind her. They seem to be oblivious to anyone around them. Sometimes I'll say "excuse me", and they'll apologize. Other times I'll be frustrated and just bump my cart into theirs. I think grocery carts need to be equipped with rearview mirrors, or maybe air horns. Now that would be fun!!
Wed 22 Feb 2017 04:34:47
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It's my everyday experience running a register and I just don't see young people licking their thumbs to count money, it's always old people.

Not more germs but more dangerous germs these days from over-use and over-prescribing of antibiotics by doctors which has caused germs to become antibiotic resistant and in turn become more virulent.
Wed 22 Feb 2017 09:24:33
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makes you think it's only old people?
makes you think there are more germs out there today than in the past?
Mon 20 Feb 2017 01:18:58
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In this day and age of dangerous germs, bacteria, viruses, parasites, etc., why is it that old people still lick their thumbs when counting money or when tearing out a check from their checkbook. Yes I understand they don't have oils on their skin so they compensate by licking their thumbs but don't they realise they're placing their health at risk and the health of others by putting their saliva on money and checks. As someone that has run a cash register for years I can't believe what I see every day, especially during flu & cold season, these people touching public doors, railings, shopping carts, bathroom faucets, etc. and then ingesting this and spreading it as well. Unbelievable.

Thu 09 Feb 2017 11:08:15
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When I was working and walking across the border, I wore hoodies on the trolley. Otherwise strange guys would try to get into a conversation with ya. I slept most of the way to Mission Valley hiding under a hoodie.
Wed 25 Jan 2017 12:55:04
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I need a hoodie to stay warm...hubby keeps the damn house so cold I sleep in one sometimes....:)
Thu 19 Jan 2017 05:51:56
Name :Henry
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What’s up with “hoodies”?? they make you look bad? You need a hoodie to be tough?? I can’t stand ‘em.

Sat 14 May 2016 12:20:50
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Have you noticed that most of the new wonder drugs have a lawsuit in just a couple months. A lot kf them sound like something I would take a chance to "FEEL GREAT AGAIN"..........LOL.......
BW I decided I'm only going to die in my sleep...LOL
Tue 10 May 2016 02:48:44
Name :BW
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U r gonna die anyway.
Sat 07 May 2016 11:39:08
Name :Jo
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What cracks me up is the way the side effects are presented...with a soft perky voice that makes it sound wonderful....just once I'd like to hear something from Wagner played during one of these commercials.....most side effects have to be noted because of potential lawsuits...if one person in BFE got a weird rash one time from a drug they have to say it has possible rash side effects.....no one may ever have that reaction again....its all about the money...
Sat 07 May 2016 01:32:45
Name :d
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I am scared half to death of the side affects of the new wonder drugs. /they can literally kill you.
































Tue 03 May 2016 04:56:53
Name :Nuther '62er
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What really slays me is the list of side effects is usually half the length of the commercial. And they still expect us to take it.
Fri 29 Apr 2016 10:13:30
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Is anyone else as disgusted as I am at the commercials for hemorrhoids, explosive diarrhea, Viagra, bodily fluids etc that are shown during the dinner hour? What the hell is wrong with these advertisers?....show that crap late at night where no one watches it anyway....
Wed 02 Mar 2016 09:40:53
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I don't live there but up to 2012 I was passing through 4-5 times a week.
In my opinion it's a much cleaner and certainly a more modern city than it was in the 50s, 60s, 70s.
Just drive down Seacoast Drive and take a look.
Mon 29 Feb 2016 01:20:08
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In more ways than one, or so I've heard.

The old IB was really special. What a place to grow up back then. Bummer.
Mon 29 Feb 2016 06:46:32
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things have changed. Not the same IB.
Mon 08 Feb 2016 05:30:25
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Well one gripe is only one ticket given for three blocks. I drove down the block on two separate Mondays and no cars were ticketed. Just mine among three other cars parked the one day. The second ticket I was tired and thought I was on the right side. I have decided to stay home until Tuesday. Until I get Alzheimer's and then who knows?
Sun 07 Feb 2016 03:50:40
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Having to park 2-3 blocks away?
You couldn't read the no parking signs?
The price of the tickets?
The fact that you weren't smart enough to get the message the first time?
Fri 05 Feb 2016 09:32:27
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When I go to visit near the beach on Monday you can't park on certain sides on Monday morning. I usually have to park at least 2 or 3 blocks away. I got 2 tickets first one for $37 and second for $57 bucks. SHEESH if I get another one it will probably be a hundred bucks.