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Twenty Thousand Hertz: Sul Sul on Apple Podcasts [Audio] [Shared]

Twenty Thousand Hertz: Sul Sul on Apple Podcasts When The Sims was first being developed, the creators faced a problem. They knew they wanted these characters to talk and interact, but they were worried that using a real language would … Continue reading

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LA Sanitation Issues Notice of Potential Pickup Delays

BIN COLLECTION SERVICE DELAYS Due to the Omicron COVID surge and temporary staffing shortages, we are currently experiencing minor collection delays throughout the month of January. We are implementing our contingency plan to make sure the refuse (black) bins are … Continue reading

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Issue 2: For the weekend…from Douglas E. Welch – Subscribe Today!

For the weekend…from Douglas E. Welch Issue 2: December 10, 2021 Subscribe to For The Weekend…  Enjoying Your Holiday Season The holidays aren’t always the easiest times for folks, especially after the last, almost 2, years, so while you are preparing … Continue reading

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New Weekly Newsletter: For The Weekend — Subscribe Today!

This week I started a new, weekly email newsletter last week entitled “For The Weekend.” Each week I’ll present a short essay and 4 interesting links to watch or read. Read Issue 1 Subscribe to For The Weekend…from Douglas E. … Continue reading

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Supermarket-Turned-Library Has Aisles and Freezers Stocked With Books [Shared]

What a great way to use unused space while building out a renovation. It is creative ideas like this that make life just a little b it nicer every day. — Douglas Supermarket-Turned-Library Has Aisles and Freezers Stocked With Books … Continue reading

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With every continued denial and refusal to resign, Cuomo continues his abuse of his accusers… [Twitter]

With every continued denial and refusal to resign, Cuomo continues his abuse of his accusers, and heavily damages the state and citizens he has promised to support and protect. He needs to stop the abuse, resign, and go away for … Continue reading

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This sounds suspiciously like “it will just go away” uttered a year ago. [Twitter]

This sounds suspiciously like “it will just go away” uttered a year ago. That didn’t work out very well. Why should it go away if he is doing little to nothing to prevent it — of not actively abetting its … Continue reading

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Rewarding lawlessness, in all its forms and by anyone, is antithetical to our system of justice. [Twitter]

Rewarding lawlessness, in all its forms and by anyone is antithetical to our system of justice. The governor wasted and abused his power on this and deserves scorn and consequences for his actions. — Douglas E. Welch (@douglaswelch) August 4, … Continue reading

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Time for criminal endangerment charges.[Twitter]

Time for criminal endangerment charges. Activily and wantonly preventing people from protecting themselves is a perverse and dangerous act that should be met with the full force of the law. It is akin to knowingly, purposely, and personally infecting people. … Continue reading

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If this were terrorists killing over 100 people a day, we would do everything in our power to stop it. [Twitter]

If this were terrorists killing over 100 people a day, we would do everything in our power to stop it. I see #Covid19 as exactly the same? In fact, every single person can engage in the fight, from their home, … Continue reading

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I find myself so disinterested in their political gamesmanship. [Twitter]

I find myself so disinterested in their political gamesmanship. I don’t want endless discussions of what may or may not happen but rather a definite announcement of something being voted up or down. No one else cares about their games … Continue reading

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At what point do we charge these people with sedition and prosecute them? [Twitter]

At what point do we charge these people with sedition and prosecute them. This isn’t going away on its own. They are a threat to the people and the country. We can’t ignore this any longer or we risk ignoring … Continue reading

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Third police officer who responded to Jan. 6 attack dies by suicide [Twitter]

Horrible. With everything that has happened, and is happening, I wonder how safe Congress is at this point. Has Jan 6 accomplished the goal of softening the target for future attacks? — Douglas E. Welch (@douglaswelch) August 2, 2021 Related … Continue reading

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Maps: Where LA And OC Families In Need Can Get Food While Schools Are Closed via LAist

Schools around Los Angeles and Orange counties have closed in an effort to prevent further spread of coronavirus. As LAUSD officials pointed out, that wasn’t an easy decision, because many families depend on schools for meals, child care, and services for students … Continue reading

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My Call for Cal Poly Pomona to Move to Online Instruction – Letter to CPP President, Soraya Coley

I just sent this letter to Cal Poly Pomona President Soraya Coley and would encourage you to send something similar to whatever CSU you may be affiliated with as a parent, spouse, faculty or staff member. — Douglas President Coley, As … Continue reading

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