FatCatSegat

FatCatSegat Feb. 12, 2014 @ 9:38 a.m.

Banishment, Exile, pretty harsh word for simply kicking out the undesireables that clog our sidewalks, streets, restaurants and oh, of course our Federally protected last bastions of social and financial conformity, the Malls. WestField has always shown a deep concern for its shoppers and I for one am happy and I feel a whole heck of alot safer knowing that pseudo vampires aren't allowed leaving room for the real vampires to choose their dining subjects. What pleases me even more is the fact that these Vapor Non-conformists are being held in check. Have you seen their weapons? The technology behind steam fused lazers is way ahead of it's Victorian origins and threatens the very existence of our shopping rights as consumers! I congratulate you on your exclusion of these undesireables and further more I encourage you to keep the asians, hispanos, and of course the afro-americans OUT! They're all subversives that demand equality, civil,(and human) rights. Lets also give credit to the Carlsbad police for making sure such exclusions are lawfully enforced. Good, happy feeling stuff all around. Shoot, I forgot the jews too! Yeah the jews!!!

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anniej Feb. 22, 2014 @ 7:58 p.m.

Oh the memories The Vogue Theatre brings back. Back in the day, Friday night football games, a dance at the gym and then La Bella's. Saturday nights it was The Vogue.........

Nice to see everything old is NOT lost.

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FatCatSegat April 29, 2014 @ 10:35 a.m.

ayeis, apparently the ability to glean content from my post is not one of your strong points. Feel free to read the first sentence I posted. Go ahead, I'll wait. (Jeopardy music playing for an unusually long time in the background) Does that knee still have the desire to jerk around? Then try again! Go ahead, I'll wait. Oh, you're still with me here. Had Filner not had the disgusting habit of not keeping his hands to himself, he would still be in office, would still be going after the corporate welfare whores and Doug Manchester would have to be pursuing other means to continue his agenda. Yes, the big money did get him out, and they did it swiftly and apparently they did it so adeptly they obviously fooled someone like you. Any more judgements you'd like to pass?

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FatCatSegat April 28, 2014 @ 5:27 p.m.

So Filner was arrogant and shortsighted enough to keep pursuing his perverse behavior and the big money got him out. So now they can keep pursuing their perverse, self serving business as usual. Wish I could say I was surprised. It sickens me.

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monaghan April 30, 2014 @ 12:50 p.m.

San Diego hits a new low when only one stay-at-home dad, his toddler and mother-in-law protest a gathering of corporate eagles who are destroying democratic process with their money and influence.

Visduh makes an outrageous suggestion here -- a measure of how powerless average citizens have become since populist Mayor Bob Filner resigned in disgrace and was replaced by blond and bland Kevin Faulconer who falsely pledged to serve "all of San Diego."

What will the ballot language say on our June referendum? Will it even resemble what's really happening? Will regular people understand? Will they even bother to vote?

Barrio Logan's dirty industrial enterprises along the harbor have received judicial permission -- no thanks to enabling Judge Randa Trapp who once headed the NAACP here -- to lie and buy their way onto a public ballot and to claim they are "saving jobs," when in truth they are preventing a small and poor neighborhood from updating its own community plan to protect its residents' health and well-being.

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Homeless and at home in Hillcrest

He said he was slightly retarded, blind in one eye, and deaf in one ear.

The first time I saw him he was stumbling out from behind a bush near the Starbucks on University Avenue telling anyone who would listen that it was his birthday and he was 60. He ...

Visduh Aug. 7, 2014 @ 11:23 a.m.

Wow, what a sympathetic and credible witness! Just what your usual Vista jury will believe, a tattooed ex-con with a lousy attitude toward law enforcement. I suppose the defense had to use him, having no other witnesses who would try to spin it in favor of the defendant. My guess is that they'll come back fast with a conviction.

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Darren Feb. 20, 2015 @ 12:46 p.m.

I am almost wondering whether this 'going to Carson' is a strategic rouse? Fabiani is the modern day Machiavelli, or could serve as chief negotiator for ISIS. Get the villagers all worked up in San Diego, and they rally with "damn-it, we're not losing our beloved Chargers!!!" Just a thought. Now Carson is apparently offering the Chargers something without the friction and public funding, along with law$uits delaying so-called "progress." I am sure San Diego's mayor and city council have egg yoke dripping from their faces today, because that Fabiani really is clever at warfare maneuvering.

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AlexClarke Feb. 21, 2015 @ 5:51 a.m.

Yup and I bet the stupid political chumps and even dumber taxpayers of San Diego will succumb to this tactic and build a new stadium downtown and the taxpayers will be stuck with Qualcomm which will cost millions to maintain or tear down and nothing can be done with the property. San Diego has always thought small and have learned nothing from the "too small" convention center, the Petco rip off and now they will rush headlong into a new stadium. LMAO

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wakerobin Feb. 21, 2015 @ 6:50 a.m.

First, there 's the pawns in LA, the pro football fans who have been without a home team for two decades. Then there are the Pawns in San Diego who are expected to foot the bill for a new downtown stadium. Then,there are the rooks and bishops which include the local newspaper and real estate moguls, and finally the Black Queen herself, the NFL. This is a medieval board game that has become more boring and trite each day, and it sure ain't football. Calculate how much of your life you get back when you turn off the Tube.

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