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I only bothered to read about the Walking Man because he was called The Silver Lake Walking Man. Then I saw a small memorial for him on the Silver Lake reservoir path when I ran last night. I hate memorials – they don’t have them back east. It’s like there’s no real land here, or […]

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I seem to get announcements of meetings, etc, through emails who got them from someone else. I’m not on Councilman LaBonge’s email list, and THAT’S OKAY. But someone sent me this: The Councilman would like to meet for a walk-through at the coyote encounter site at Zoo Dr. Thursday 10/1 @ 3 pm.   We’re inviting public.  […]

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And neither you nor your family will get bupkis. Case in point: the Interstate 5 pileup in a tunnel near Santa Clarita in October 2007, which killed 3 people and 33 trucks and a car. (33 trucks in a row? Remind me never to drive there.) The crashes turned the nearby tunnel into a fiery […]

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I’m starting a new category here, From Beyond the Grave. Who isn’t fascinated with death? And who will speak for those who have departed untimely? I am, and I will. I spotted this  item in the LA Times first, but instablogs has more details.  Simon Rios is was an illegal who killed his wife with […]

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