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Global Warming [Jan. 19th, 2007|02:54 pm]
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smogreport
A horrible day in Los Angeles history has come and gone, like a blast of icy air that sends shivers up the spine. I'm referring to the day that January temperatures on the East Coast were warmer than the temperatures in Los Angeles. Snow in Malibu? Black Ice on the streets of the Valley? Southern California blonds putting on more than a string bikini? Armageddon is certainly upon us--or at least global warming is. The warning signs have been around for years, I suppose. Rising temperatures and something like 99% of the scientists of the world biting their nails and tugging on the coats of their world leaders telling them something must be done. So although I made my contributions to the green-house gasses that cause global warming, I did so under the expectation that I'd be swimming in the ocean in January without a wetsuit, not that I'd be huddled in an itchy wool coat freezing while those East Coasters were benefitting from the hard work of countless hard-working, SUV-driving Californians. It's offensive is what it is.
But it looks like things are starting to clear up. The cold is showing signs of retreat and the sun is out again, smiling on the west coast as it should. A quick check at the weather report tells me that highs should be back in the 70's for the next week or so, as they well should be. I, for one, have learned a valuable lesson from this horror story that I and many other Los Angelenos have lived through. Los Angeles' warm weather must be secured! Forget securing sources of foreign oil. The topic of Los Angeles' gas-guzzling ways must be left for another day. Besides, if we secure the warm weather people can just walk everywhere in the warm balmy weather (haha, jokes, all jokes, just try and pry my car from my stubborn claws). But seriously, folks, it's time to be part of the solution. How can we, as responsible Californians, ensure good weather and sunny skies so that our children, and childrens' children can enjoy the weather that we've become so used to? Is global warming still the way? Should we start investing in giant heat lamps? Or are we just going to have to pick up and move to New Jersey next time the weather takes a turn for the worse? I for one am not willing to accept that option.
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(no subject) [Nov. 26th, 2004|06:06 pm]
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rayne_vandunem
[mood |anxiousanxious]
[music |Street Protests in Kiev]

This is an interesting dialogue that I've carried on with MP Jimmy Ogle of the US Parliament. I'll tell you more after you read behind the cut...


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OK, now if you've been reading the following article, I've just come across the chance to realize a future in politics and/or political reform, as a member of the California Parliament, representing the Pacifica Bloc.

Now I ask you right now: do you all think or not think that I would, could, and should be a legitimate representative of those who feel that the West Coast, or Pacifica (as it is called more nowadays), should become independent?

I do not envision, nor will I present, myself as a leader at any rate in any aspect whatsoever, but rather as a representative of the people who are willing to elect me to the California State Parliament.

In fact, do you all feel that the parliamentary system should even be considered as a suitable, alternative replacement of the present form of government?

If you support this, then I am establishing the PACIFICA BLOC (PB), a union of West Coast citizens (residing in California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington) who support moves toward at least a more autonomous Pacifica, and eventually an independent one as well (with Hawaii becoming its own nation).

Please, I ask for your support on all of this, but only if such support is of your own will.

Thank You,

Harry Underwood
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Concerning Cali's independence, which I think would be relevant to this [Nov. 8th, 2004|02:33 pm]
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rayne_vandunem
http://www.livejournal.com/community/cali_secede/1213.html
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What now? [Nov. 6th, 2004|01:00 am]
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rayne_vandunem
Now that the Republican party basically rules the country from top to bottom, what are we going to do? Both the third party/independent and the progressive liberal movements are effectively locked out of power on a NATIONAL basis.

So what are we to do now? Now that the American government has failed half of its population with its unitaristic stance, and now threatens to roll back all of the changes made by the Progressive Liberal movement within the last 30 years, from where do we go from here?
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(no subject) [Nov. 4th, 2004|01:56 am]
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dangerzooey
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(no subject) [Nov. 3rd, 2004|08:37 am]
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karlicookie
did anyone else notice Kerry won in the west coast haha maybe we do need to just take off from the rest Kerry can be our president and everyone in the hicktowns can cry
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(no subject) [Oct. 19th, 2004|10:05 am]
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dangerzooey
Who would be our president? Hopefully, Californians wouldn't be able to allowed to vote. Arnold Schwarzeneggar? Ronald Reagan? Yikes.
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West coast nation's captal? [Oct. 15th, 2004|09:01 am]
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jrgradecool
If we seceede, then we don't have to chose between two loser candiates for President. VIva WEst Coast.

MY question is this: Where should the captal be of our free nation? I'd sat somewhere in CA, what about Berkeley?
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(no subject) [Oct. 3rd, 2004|04:04 am]
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gynocide
I'm just curious. Why do you people believe that the West Coast should separate from the rest of the USA?
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(no subject) [Sep. 2nd, 2004|07:41 pm]
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karlicookie
As I watch the Monkey man on Tv I wish the West coast could get all the free thinking liberals and then get freedom. I am way to stoned to think anymore right now but it was only a dream
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