Content for Thursday, November 15, 2001

News & Stories

Chargers Vets

Where they go after the lights switch off and the big money stops

“About the old L.A. Chargers and San Diego Chargers: We got an average of 25,000 people in the L.A. Coliseum and a little more in Balboa Stadium, but it was wide-open football — we’d throw 50 times a game.”

Dot-Com Survivor

Bob Tommaso's view of the San Diego job market is grim. At 56, he is one of San Diego's many victims of the dot-com implosion, out of work since September 2000. "I was working at ...

Hot Mafia loot from La Jolla

Some stray uranium from La Jolla's own General Atomics, formerly known as General Atomic, has apparently found its way into the hands of the Sicilian Mafia, setting off alarms across Europe. The Guardian in London ...

Men in overalls

Anne refers to Mammoth Lakes childhood

I miss my dad at odd times. My father died last March. He was 72. For the 20 years before his death, he suffered from heart disease. He had two triple-bypass surgeries and more heart ...

How did six feet become the standard burial depth?

Hey, Matt: How did six feet become the standard burial depth? -- LB, Poway Was it ever? Don't think so. S'mattera fact, there's no law in California or in most other states that says a ...

Dogs can smell better than people, but exactly how much better?

M: While sipping on a cocktail, my Uncle Crazy was babbling scores of unproven facts, when out came the claim that our best friend, the dog, as a sense of smell 200,000 times better than ...

Experts predict 2001's Leonid meteor shower will roar.

Will the annual Leonid meteor shower deliver a last hurrah this year and next or fade toward insignificance sooner rather than later? By analyzing new data provided by the observed performance of the shower in ...

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