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Ted Buchanan April 21, 2014 at 04:47 pm
Who has even heard of these stores? Didn't Aaron Bros.go under in 1987? Who wants to take the timeRead More to hack into these accounts? Dummies that shop there don't have any money! Low-brow and low income customers who bring in their 5 screaming kids ( 4 are obese!) And their parents let them terrorize the rest of the shoppers. Free babysitting while Mommy orders an extra large Slushee for Remo and his ADD. Why ? Parents weren't parented either. Or its considered cute as Jr. has his meltdown with sticky chocolate fingers ! Count me out...
yourusmcboyelvises April 21, 2014 at 09:20 pm
you elvisees need to grab a par and march on the lilly house and drag those obummers and smoldens toRead More the streetskies for some real justskies. before icks too lakes.
Scott Peterson April 21, 2014 at 09:44 pm
Security is a deterrent not a preventative measure. There is no way to be secure from everyRead More possibility because it is impossible to even conceive of every possibility. Instead we try to secure against the threats we know of through experience and those we may anticipate through inference extrapolated from those experiences. The businesses are naturally and rightly profit driven and things that do not directly and or immediately hurt the bottom line do not get priority funding. Thieves too are profit driven though they are less regulated than business and in general face more personal risk than businesses typically do toward realizing their bottom line. Due to the actual few distinctions between the thief and business the thief must be the more resourceful of the two and thus more innovative. Security is always going to be a reactionary means of preventing theft. The proactive means to prevent theft are to accept there is no absolute security and otherwise either too expensive, too harsh, too time consuming or some combination of those. Considering how long humanity seems to have dealt with the issue, one might think we would have tried all of the available variables and figured it out sometime during the last 5000 years through trial and error. Oh wait, we have. Communities where the moral code is instilled in the population from cradle to grave coupled with punishment, justly applied, for infractions have almost zero crime and it costs them almost zero dollars. Face it folks, we're all hippy freaks living in/on a commune we call Earth. Continually spending good money over top of bad as our orthodox approach has required over the centuries has only produced more crime and or prisons. This implies more crime/prisons is the goal if you THINK.
It could cost Americans 20 percent more to get their bacon fixes as a deadline virus sweeps through the nation's hog barns. (Patch file photo)
mark April 18, 2014 at 05:23 am
When taxes are imposed on various industries then to stay in business the prices increase on theRead More consumer! Obamacare , gas taxes, payroll taxes, tolls, the proposed soda and candy tax , your tobacco tax is 75% of what the product really costs! Commercial Property tax increases! Do you people see what's going on here? This country is being destroyed by the Democrats! It is starting to resemble The a Soviet Union! We should change the name of this country to the USSA!
all-c-ing-eye April 18, 2014 at 12:14 pm
And all this time i thought it was Pork Barrel spending.
JBrad April 19, 2014 at 11:57 am
Mark, Your words are absolutely disgusting. Please do not use this comment thread as a vehicle toRead More spew your racist mentality. And for your information, food-borne illnesses come from agriculture, period. All around the world, including in the U.S. Lastly, your hatred for people of colour does not mean that you understand disease, at all. Good luck in life.
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Sue April 1, 2014 at 06:40 am
Love Da Tuna Shack! Some of these others I've never heard of...time to go explore my little town.
Gail April 1, 2014 at 07:48 am
I am just curious whwn this list was compiled. 3rd Street Grill has been out of business for quiteRead More sometime, also we have new restaurants in Ramona. If thus was compiled recently, no doubt the new Thai Time restaurant would have been among the top ten!
Christine Phillips April 4, 2014 at 09:14 am
Gail, Where do you see 3rd Street grill on this list?
This is the typical storefront for Tractor Supply Company. Image Courtesy: Tractor Supply Company.
Drew S. April 2, 2014 at 07:07 am
So much for having a local editor in Ranona. We aren't Santee, and the standard stock photo usedRead More doesn't represent the actual architectural design worked on by Tractor Supply, Design and Review, and the RCPG. Too bad.
Rochelle Hancock April 2, 2014 at 09:31 am
I don't buy coffee at Starbucks and I don't plan to shop here. I like to support locally ownedRead More businesses.
Whisky Foxtrot April 2, 2014 at 09:44 am
It would be one thing if we had a local option for tractor parts, but we don't. Escondido, is notRead More local. I'll continue to use Burt Guidry for repairs, but for the tractor itself, I hope the name lives up to what they will offer. As for pet supplies and the like, sure, we have multiple locally owned options that will continue to have my business.
San Vicente Golf Resort March 27, 2014 at 08:22 am
San Diego Country Estates Association (SDCEA) is hiring for the following positions: DishwasherRead More Responsibilities include cleaning dishes, kitchen, and equipment to ensure all items are properly sanitized at all times in accordance with Health Department standards. Assist cooks in the preparation of meals. Shifts include weekends and holidays. Under 20 hours per week. Part Time Host / Hostess The Oaks Grille is seeking part time hosts or hostesses who are experienced in providing exemplary service in a high volume restaurant. Candidates must have a strong foundation in customer service. It is required candidates be able to work nights, weekends, all major holidays and Sunday brunch/dinner. Part Time Barback/ Food Runner Seeking Barback to assist in re-stocking glassware, beer, liquor, ice, mixes, and running food. Candidates must be +21 and it is required candidates be able to work nights, weekends, all major holidays Hourly Busser Seeking Bussers to support dining room and par lounge staff. Responsibilities include setting up and breaking down dining areas, maintaining services stations, running food, and cleaning. Candidates must have good communication skills, be outgoing, and have a commitment to high-quality customer service. Candidates must be able to work nights, weekends, and all major holidays. Under 20 hours per week. Recreation Leader/Camp Counselor SDCEA is looking for fun, energetic, individuals for positions working with elementary age children and during community events at a local recreation center. Candidates must be positive role models who are enthusiastic about working children, must have the ability to follow and govern safety policies in a recreational setting. Certifications required: CPR and First Aid Lifeguards Currently hiring seasonal lifeguards for our spring and summer session. Must enjoy work outdoors, have good judgment, an alert attitude, and good customer service skills. Must have the ability to follow and enforce safety policies and procedures. Certifications required: Lifeguard and First Aid training, CPR/FPR. (Seasonal) Water Safety Instructor Currently hiring seasonal “Water Safety Instructor”. Must enjoy working outdoors with children and adults, have good judgment, an alert attitude and good customer service skills. Certification required: WSI training, CPR/FPR, Lifeguard training. (Seasonal)
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Joe Minervini February 4, 2014 at 09:04 am
I'm sad to hear this news. I felt as if this casino was my own private place....all the staff wasRead More very friendly and the prices were reasonable. I never thought a bankruptcy could be denied. If they cannot pay their debts, does one start going into servitude ?
Andrew Dean Buckley February 9, 2014 at 01:25 pm
Our California politicians are totally UNFAIR to all Calif. Indian Casinos. All federally recognizedRead More tribes in Calif. have their own sovereignty which means they govern themselves. Therefore it is illegal for Federa,State and Counties to force them into paying any taxes from money made on their soverein land period. Like our governer Arnold Switchinager told them at the time like a raging bull "You pay your fair share!" Its not a fair share at all and its called ripping off Indian soverein nation so in return Dianne Jacobs our San Diego county supervisor can deny the Indians temporary tax renegotiating during economic hard times and our State denying them chapter 11 bankruptcy which every Amercan tax paying citizen has a legal right to on their own juristiction. So why are our native people being treated this way? Pure GREED and corruption will never stop but I will be writing more letters soon to all our governments about this. I happen to know that Calif's native people are a giving people and want to please. They are a humble Nation that would of given back to our State and communities on their own instead of threatened to do so. Sincerely, Heart Broken 💔
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Vincent January 30, 2014 at 04:48 am
T. Smith: Truthfully I didn't expect you to comment no less start an argument with me.
Vincent January 30, 2014 at 05:16 am
Francis Soyer: Point of information if you will. When one is going to install the new LED light bulbRead More which would be the preferred choice? The MiracleLED Un-Edison 60W Equivalent Frost or the Samsung A19 60-Watt Warm White. From the knowlege you demonstrated above I thought I would ask an expert.
Francis Soyer January 30, 2014 at 07:27 am
Vincent - Honestly I'm not too familiar with either product. Neither is an "industryRead More standard" name brand. Samsung is obviously know for their electronics, I don't know if they are actually manufacturing their LED's or using somebody else's, but Samsung generally has good products. MiracleLED, unknown??? However I did a quick search on both. Samsung: 10.8 watts, 810 lumens, 27,000k, 15,000 hrs, 130 degree beam angle. MiracleLED: 5 watts, 500 lumens, 27,000k, 30,000 hrs, they claim "360 degree lighting" but do not list an actual beam angle, but it would certainly be much greater then the 130 on the Samsung. I would look at application first. Can you see the bulb in the fixture you are putting it in? If so the Samsung's heat sink is very visible and if it were in a glass fixture that I could clearly see the bulb I wouldn't want to see the Samsung bulb, I would pick the MiracleLED even though just by first appearance the Samsung looks like it is made better. I think the only application I would use the Samsung would be in a can light as the light output is more directional especially if I needed more light as the Samsung puts out 60% more light. Both seem to be priced at about $16 each. The more recognized LED name brands are Cree & Nochia, also, GE, Phillips & Sylvania make them as well. I like the "Cree 60W equivalent soft white (2700K) A19 dimmable LED light bulb", sold at Home Depot & Lowes.