Blayd

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"I would like".sheesh!

New technology, same old typographical errors.


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I would to see him impeached, tried by a jury, and convicted or the assorted provable crimes he has committed. Impose a sentence worse than death: hard labor - just like his facist and communistic "good buddies" would do to the average peasant under their control.

Meanwhile... U.S…

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Luddite Dufuss J tRump for President. What could possibly go wrong? Thankfully I prepared for the worst when he was elected. I should be able to ride out the worst of it. I feel sorry for the children that inherit this mess.


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Maybe you should visit the "Camp Fire" burn area. I am sure those in Paradise, CA would beg to differ. They don't save money when not selling electricity. It's also quite costly to inspect EVERY line that is de-engergized before re-engergizing them. SoCal Edison needs you grid connected a…

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Its bittersweet when many have to vote NO on basics. Realistic requests for money. Conservative spending on essentials, not luxury items. Perhaps when the county gets with the program and STOPS WASTING our valuable and hard earned tax dollars we can revisit essential school needs. Curre…

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Better yet: realistic priorities (sadly missing in the California Republic of Taxation). I wonder how many chools would benefit from funds currently being wasted on hi-speed train. Today's lesson with theatre thrown in: "The Comedy of Errors- The Tragedy of it All" - A one act play

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While sports, theatre can be great character builders, they are nonessential to the basic education our students need. Sports booster clubs can fund some bleachers, creativity is required for a theatrical production, not a fancy building (plenty of venues have fine performances in everythin…

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Not only rescind this illegal "fee" or tax, but also work on rescinding this poorly written 1987 law that is now being abused. Let the unrepresented taxpayers prevail.

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New tennis courts, tracks and stadiums??? The heights of arrogance never cease to amaze me. Some folks will be forced out of their homes, others will need to move away, and yet more folks will have to do without, so that yet more luxury items can be added? NO, NO, NO!

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Seems like MUSD has some high expectations for the future. Possible increase in student population would mean expansion of existing facilities or other method of scheduling classes (split shifts, ect.). Fancy equipment will not cure lack of pro-active maintenance on the buildings using b…