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I was very sad about the 2nd column I wrote for the LA Weekly about animals killed in the horrific Angeles Station Fire. (I mean, the topic: the column itself came out fine.) The L.A. Times wrote that a huge number of big animals had died in the fire. I was going to call about […]

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More importantly, who set the Station Fire? If you tell me, I’ll share the $150,000 reward with you, 50- 50. It’s unbelievable, this wretched fire is still burning in places, several weeks later. KHTS: The Station Fire is 94 percent contained, with full containment now expected September 22. So far, the incident has consumed 160,557 […]

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I started this blog because of fire, and I’m picking it up again for the same reason. This time it’s the Station Fire. What, you expect me to just stand by while once again terrible things happen in LA because the city can’t take care of the Fire Department? I live in LA proper, and […]

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George Grace, founder of the Griffith Park Natural History Survey, was also clever enough to find a new stream of water in the park!! (Well, the only stream, actually.) And he didn’t even have to use a divining rod. There is a subterranean stream under the Toyon landfill (garbage dump) in Griffith Park that the […]

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