You should never have mentioned that the woman involved in the Riviera siege was adopted: It had nothing to do with the terrible events and makes people more prejudice against adopted people.
Last week I junked my home workstation chair because it gave me back pain. A friend just told me that until recently, office furniture was only tested on men, like car seats and drugs. Can this be true?
So (former?) Palisadian Laura Dern was not elected president of the Oscar Academy, beaten to the vote by some guy. And all our liberal board voters in the Palisades did not make a difference. Shame on the Academy, shame.
I don’t know who says the Ryderz motorcycle gang are going away, but they seem just as fast, loud and dangerous to me as ever. I have had to tolerate their nonsense for 10 years, and enough is enough. Again, we have to say it, again—surely the police can do something to end this menace permanently?
One thing I did not expect from the rains and blooms: more termites. Now I am having to tent my house again—second time in five years—because they are back and nastier than ever. Nature is not my friend.
Who are all these angry people who would stop us having a beer at Chipotle? I hope Chipotle ignores the PPCC and goes on and gets its own license anyway.
Gelson’s and Serena
Thank you, Lee Wind, your words were exactly the way I felt when reading the Palisadian-Post article about the image of pregnant and beautiful Serena Williams being offensive to somnone who seems to live in a white privilege bubble. Yes, we as a community, Gelson’s, the Post and the world need to do better.
Enjoyed the “Torso Murder” story but couldn’t wrap my head around one thing: How exactly do dental records help police identify a headless body?
(Editor’s Note: Keen eye. Detectives recovered a jawbone and teeth on shore later in the investigation. This, combined with surgical scars, helped identify Goman.)
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