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What would House do?
Stupid Rule No. 10
House, what would you do I you wanted to know the date of the time something went down several months ago. But they got every idiot around trying to keep it a secret from you.
Here's the deal: No one said a week away either. And you've got the 6 month deadline right?
Here is how a guy like House would do it. He'd go in and before the 6 month deadline, fill out the form and write down the day of the incident as equal to being about a week off, because criminal minds will look for some kind a stupid mistake and they will blab about it.
So you go in on the third and you write down the tenth because you can write down any date as long as it's within the 6 month period.
Guess what, you've got everyone in town knowing that you've made a silly goof and they say you didn't ask for enough. Golly gee, you've got a couple days to do it again.
Today the fourth, I heard more Marty Boy's than I would want to think about. Gee, what was it with the guy. Is he a moron or what. Hell, he told me I should be taken to a mental hospital and it appears as he should have been the one going. I told everyone he was a loaded gun and he would eventually go off shoot someone in the ass.
I don't know, maybe I'm crazy and I'm imagining all this. Aug. 5,'10
Today the fourth, I heard more Marty Boy's than I wou
Morro Bay's new fire department's garage lookes gay too me.
Any painter will tell you that once the sun gets to it, the red will fade and it will look pink. (I'll get a picture of it when the masking is taken down.
Apparently, the meatheads burned down their own office complex while pulling of some kind of training drill. Boy, just the kind of crew to call if you need help. Gotta laugh at that one.
Morro Bay's engineer and planning commission should be fired.
Gee, what is this sh_t with all the stop signs on Morro Bay Blvd? Every morning I find myself going up Pacific Street to avoid them, but it takes me right through a residential street. I'm sure the people who live there would rather I didn't.
Update #3 9/28/08: Yeah, like I don't know what I'm talking about. Well there are at least two front ends that got blown out on the curb. A third one is at the drain, but I bet they just got the front-end knocked out of alignment.
I guess it's another way of creating revinue for the local auto shop. You know - towing and repairs- and don't forget the taxes that are paid on that.
It turns out that Morro Bay is using some agency in SLO for all there ideas. I think the boat yard would be a good idea for revenue. And I don't think that having it cross the street should be any problem because there wouldn't be that much traffic and people wouldn't have to wait long anyway.
Morro Bay's Del Mar Park
Is getting some of my handy work. Its a grabrail that I helped put in.
There is the metal work yet to be galvanized and installed.
Morro Bay's Planning Commision
While the local government was clearing the way for their plastic board walk that will sag just like their 3x3 plastic park benches already have. (Kinna silly to look at a failure and then buy another one at how much a foot?) The designated the area in front of the electric plant's intake, (Where the sea otters hang out, which have pretty much
up on any of the harbor's shell fish.) as a sensitive marine habitat. So now they realize that they should be putting in a boat yard. And the boat haul out would be crossing that expensive plastic walkway. Not only that but they created a sensitive marine habitat for those blasted otters. Now they will have to fight that too. I wonder how much the lawyers are going to clean up on that blunder. Like putting the buggy before the horse if you ask me. Hey, it sounds like a stupid rule that hasn't been
assigned a number yet. I wonder who is doing their thinking for them. They've got to be some kind of idiot. It's very clear to me that the people who are running Morro Bay sure don't have their thinking caps on. However, we already have Rule Number 51.
Morro Bay's Police department is on it.
While I was getting the run around (in May '08) about the citations their officers of the law wrote me up on. I told the guy at the front desk about a boat that is usually parked on Harbor Street. I said, you could at least find the guy and tell him to put a bucket under it. It's obvious the boat has a bad oil leak and I'm sure most of it is
out at the boat
rinse down station down at the water front, so I'm sure most of it has already went into the bay before it ever makes it to Harbor street. But hey, he's got a hellaous oil patched along Harbor Street. Of course it's been about a month and they the servants of the law has done zip. June 22,'08.
Update : October 24, 2008:
Morro Bay's fire department sure likes to keep their little red fire-engine shinning.
But gee, doesn't that soap from washing them every day just end up in the polluted bay that I have to swim through. Bad enough to loose my house to a bunch of wanna bee heros, but I've got to swim through their crap too?
Click on this picture for a look at the suds to the right
I never see them was the trailers, so why should the truck need to be clean? By the way, the city is looking into dipping into some other cougher funds so that they can replace those trailers with a $250,000.00 cube van. I say that we don't need any more soap from their truck cleaning. And why do tax payers have to pay to have these wanna be heros drive these trucks around so much. They run up the milage doing city driving and then they wonder why they need new ones all the time. I think that if they are not on a service call, they should be parked inside the garage. No need for them to be parading around their little shinny trucks, getting them dusty, just so they can wash them later. Also, the price of fuel and what ? 7 miles to a gallon? Hell let them sit and collect dust.
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January 29th, 2011: I heard Moonahan quit the Morro bay Police Department.
MB current Officer of the Year,