May all the best new adventures involve you, Gabe and Leilani. I look forward to the Bohemian each week, both print and digital versions. You should be proud of what you've achieved. Only question is, who's going to take the helm?
Susan L. Miller
Noooo!!! You will be missed!
Sad but true, as a Kaiser patient , I have already taken the precaution of seeking medical help for my heart condition OUTSIDE of America . This because Kaiser would be perfectly happy to sell my pills the rest of my shortened life, instead of doing the heart ablation that will cure me. As a former Cos reduction Manager I perfectly understand the elimination of duplicate processes and redundant activities however cutting employees is short sited, which is what cutting beds at hospitals really is.
Fo' shizzle Grizzle
Restorative Resources is a great organization + we are lucky to have it here in Sonoma County. Another local organization, Center for Restorative Process, provides a curriculum + trains facilitators to help schools build a positive culture based on the values of restorative justice. This includes positive support for problem-solving and community building before things get to the stage of needing restorative justice intervention. See www.CenterForRestorativeProcess.com, where you can download a curriculum + training manual for free. Experience shows that building this kind of foundation also helps to support positive outcomes when student behavior escalates to where restorative justice intervention is needed. Thanks!
How many Latinos are working the Santa Rosa area for the sheriff's dept.? Are any in supervise?
I know many young adults who would benefit from programs like that. The hard part is getting them interested.
I have a blog on this subject which is a bit more extensive of an opinion......http://womenwornoutdaily.wordpress.com/201… for those interested check out whats happening on the interwebs February 11th. https://thedaywefightback.org/
Dear Editor: President Barack Obama defended the data sweep and said the American people should feel comfortable with its collection. On Friday, after seven months of increasingly uncomfortable revelations and growing public outcry, Mr. Obama gave a speech that was in large part an admission that he had been wrong.
Americans have really gotten paranoid about their security; they're fearful of any future terrorist attacks and willing to do anything to avoid them. It's provided a tremendous boost for "Big Brother." It's in his best interests that the nations invest billions in new surveillance technology and equipment, pass new laws and become more secretive, repressive and dictatorial.
Ted Rudow III,
I think we are over thinking the fact that this one interview had Lawrence and Granik sitting together. They were not afraid to have Lawrence sit by herself during the Winter's Bone press junket as she did many interviews by herself. It could have easily been that this was her first interview of the press junket and based off of how nervous Lawrence gets when having to answer the artsy questions about her work, the team probably felt it be better to have Granik lead the way and give Lawrence an idea as to what she can say in the remaining interviews.
You will see this still takes place today, even though the world loves unfiltered Lawrence, she will allow her director or even on of her other cast members do the majority of the talking when talking about the craft or detailed aspects of the production process.
It's great to hear someone write about a Lawrence interview before her quick and dizzying rise to stardom as "America's Sweetheart..." (although I must say, I think Julia Robets got it right in saying that Lawrence is too cool to be America's 'sweetheart.') This is a particularly interesting article because you mention the pairing of Granik and Lawrence together in the same interview to protect her potential young innocence and shyness. I'd take that argument a step further and maybe say that Granik noted something about Lawrence early on that we are all very much aware of now--the fact that she is 100% unfiltered, defying traditional Hollywood norms in every way possible. I'd bet that for a quiet, dark and moving film like Winter's Bone, Granik wanted to portray Ree-- both in Lawrence and in the fictional character herself-- as a quiet heroine, beautifully seen but rarely really heard. I'd suspect they wanted to control her just as much as protect her, because it might've backfired on the indie film to have a relatively unknown lead actress ranting about butt plugs (although we all love her for it). But who knows! They also could've been cringing in every interview hoping she wouldn't unleash her unpredictable Lawrence charm.
There's plenty of wasted tax money in this area that could easily cover the costs of keeping the library open more. One example is marijuana arrests. It's better spend money on reinforcing positive habits that to suppress negative habits. That technique almost never works – look at the war on drugs. Look a child who was NEVER allowed to eat candy or sweets. Whenever she could, she binged on those foods, and ended up overweight with an eating disorder. I personally wanted to only eat candy when I was 6 years old - and my parents let me! I lasted a day. Since that instance, I rarely eat candy.
Spend money on the library and library programs, and our town will use it.
Movie : Wolves of Wall Street..Leonard DeCaprio actor.....Same story about sales and being convincing...
It's no wonder so many can't see through the fog of ego bashing and misinformation to find the truth about cannabis. We are restrained by government controls and/or ignorance so science has a difficult time getting funding so they can give us the straight goods.
If however, we become ill or stressed beyond our limits and try this wonderful healing plant for ourselves all the controversy fads into the background as we realize we have found something very special, we take a deep pain free breath and we know the truth.
The West Bank is essentially imprisoned. Its one access to the outside world would be through Gaza—access through the sea, through the air, if there was an airport, and so on. By breaking Gaza from—separating Gaza from the West Bank, that undercuts whatever limited possibility there might be for a meaningful Palestinian self-determination.
these developments will continue.
Israel will keep the people in Gaza on a diet. We won’t let them starve to death; that won’t look good in the international world. We’ll just give them just enough to stay barely alive in this open-air prison. If you look at the history of South Africa, it was pretty similar. By 1960, the South Africans knew that they were becoming a pariah state. The U.S., along with Britain, was still vetoing and blocking resolutions which would call for any kind of sanctions, and supporting South African atrocities and crimes.
This is a kind of a replay of it. As long as the United States, the most powerful state in the world, continues to play its crucially supportive role, unfortunately, these developments will continue.
Ted Rudow III, MA
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Beverly, in September on Whidbey in my 10 miles there was no grain, no beans, very little winter squash, no tubers other than potatoes. Even if I weren't a meat eater, living on summer veggies alone would have been a big challenge.
I can only sleep after I jack off - Sincerely, Chris J. Robert
I don't know how you can call a diet that humans have been eating for 2.5 millions years a fad diet. And it is not temporary. Everybody I know that starts the paleo diet intends to stay on it for the rest of their lives.
Dietitians are taught to promote the foods that the food industry wants promoted. And those foods are the most profitable ones. Profitability in any business is greater when there is less labor content. And there is almost no labor needed to grow grains. Cargill is the largest privately held company in the US, and Continental Grain is one of the largest.
Thanks for this article - very interesting!
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