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there are so many...but today i thought i would just give links to a few

Tijuana downtown revival by Lorena Mancilla

English Con Salsa a poem by Gina Valdez

at the 99 by Cuddlefish

http://www.sandiegoreader.com/weblogs/memorial-life/2010/may/23/at-the-99/

the Dr is in by Ms Grant

Tranny Stories by Refriedgringo

http://www.sandiegoreader.com/weblogs/beyond-the-big-metal-fence/2010/may/27/tranny-stories/

well that's all for today...good reading peeps

these appeared as links in the original but not as links here...just cut and paste the links into ur browser and click...u won't be sorry

good Sunday everyone

then of course if u want to keep up with what's happening politically,economically and all other REALLY important things

SCAM SAN DIEGO and everything Don Bauder has ever written

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Dr. Peanut is most grateful for the shout-out, but asked that we not forget this nugget of brilliance:

and its equally brilliant predecessor:

Just going back and reading them I am LMAO!! And using texting shorthand!! Oh, nan, you bring out the wild child in me!! I am texting William as we speak - IWYTBMLS.

June 6, 2010

Some of my favorites of Nan’s are the whimsical posts:

This is one of the best of hers, and a favorite of many readers:

June 6, 2010

oh Grantie...ur still chasing that mad man ...on an old 47 Indian i bet...bon appetite when u catch him sweetie!!!

June 8, 2010

i wrote each and everyone of them just for u Cuddles...cause i knew they made u laugh and made u happy..bestest Nan

June 8, 2010

except the poem

June 8, 2010

Warp speed, Nan!!

June 8, 2010

For a week or so, I've had some really strange things happen to my Reader blog management page, and things finally did me in for blogs today.

Starting this morning, I can't post a blog entry. The site says I'm not in any blog group and won't let me add one. I can open old blog entries for editing, but the site won't let me publish the changes. I can start a new entry, but the site won't let me publish it, only save without publishing for later (then not letting me publish later).

From now on, I'll be at http://news.stickywebs.com and doing my own amateurish news thang there, under my own name, John C. Gonzales. I think I have a niche to fill, as the traditional news services won't cover the topics I've been blogging about, as not "sexy" enough for 'em, probably.

My accounts here (a2zresource and my brand spanking new JCGonzales) do allow me to post comments, and I'll probably stick around here for that (can't get enough of Mr. Bauder's writings) but I am enough of an egomaniac that I can be publisher, editor, reporter, and part-time model photographer at my own online news media outlet.

No, I'm not calling it SmartAsAFox.com.

Who knows? I might actually start making enough money doing this that I can start to pay down that $70,063 in court costs I owe SDG&E and Sempra Energy, not including the accumulating 10% annual interest since I lost my Prop. 65 case against them less than a year ago.

It'll be better than just waiting around for that next heart attack!

July 16, 2010

Can the web admin sort this problem out for Jon ? I would hate to lose another sensible person on the site. Is the Reader trying to slim down entries or this a computer problem ? Inquiring minds want to know.

July 16, 2010

We're working on repairing a couple site glitches, folks. Bear with us. Problems can be reported to [email protected]

July 16, 2010

thx web admin...good luck a2z

July 17, 2010

Staff blogs went wacky for awhile too, hence Rock Around the Town's (temporary) vanishing act - all being fixed. Doggone 'puters. To quote Emily Litella from SNL, if it isn't one thing, it's another....

July 17, 2010

RE "Doggone 'puters."

I hope I didn't start it all.

I tried to add a new blog entry a couple of weeks ago (thought I could submit something for the neighborhood contest) and ended up creating a new blog. Since then, I get to see this amazingly long list of refriedgringo's posts, plus the two or three things I have saved but not yet published.

Right now, the site seems to have forgotten the neighborhood groups I chose earlier. I tried to post a test thingie to "open forum", and I got an error message:

"There were errors."

"Groups: Select a valid choice. 234 is not one of the available choices."

Also, it seems that there are no neighborhood groups for me to add. All I get at http://www.sandiegoreader.com/weblogs/groups/join/ is "page unavailable"

Sometimes with older computers, you can threaten them with a screw driver and they'll behave for a little while...

July 18, 2010

hey peeps...i found the only way i could post was to not put a neighborhood in

uh oh..maybe no money prizes this month ;-)

July 18, 2010

just post it without a neighborhood group selected...

and Refried is one hell of a poignant and crisp writer eh...lucky break for all of us to have a chance to go back and read the best...and all the rest 2

have a good day u 2

July 18, 2010

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