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Posted by: thepinetree on 11/26/2020 12:31 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 11/26/2020 12:31 PM
Expires: 01/01/2025 12:00 AM

Traffic Update...Vehicle vs Telephone Pole Near Olive Orchard Rd / S Burson Rd

Valley Springs, CA...Incident: 00133 Type: Trfc Collision-No Inj Location: Olive Orchard Rd / S Burson Rd

Loc Desc: Lat/Lon: 38.141331 -120.899186
Detail Information
12:14 PM 5 [9] [Notification] [CHP]-Problem changed from 1179-Trfc Collision-1141 Enrt to 1182-Trfc Collision-No Inj by CHP [Shared]
12:13 PM 4 [8] [Notification] [CHP]-PER FIRE/ SOLO VEH 1182
12:04 PM 3 [6] 1039 CALA SO FOR 1141
12:03 PM 2 [4] 1039 CALFIRE SDS
Unit Information
12:05 PM 5 Unit Assigned
12:05 PM 4 Unit Enroute
12:06 PM 3 Unit Assigned
12:06 PM 2 Unit Enroute
12:22 PM 1 Unit At Scene

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No Subject
Posted on: 2020-11-26 15:54:12   By: Anonymous
What did the poll do for you to hit it!

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    Posted on: 2020-11-26 17:48:24   By: Anonymous
    hang up and drive...

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    Posted on: 2020-11-27 20:45:30   By: Anonymous
    ^^Its called a pole dimwit.

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This is why you can eat in a restaurant but can’t have Thanksgiving.
Posted on: 2020-11-26 21:29:18   By: Anonymous
The Logic of Pandemic Restrictions Is Falling Apart
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"The best way to resolve this conflict would probably be to bail out workers and business owners. But to do that at a state level, governors need cash on hand; currently, most of them don’t have much. The federal government, which could help states in numerous ways, has done little to fill state coffers, and has let many of its most effective direct-aid programs expire without renewal. Those programs, such as expanded unemployment benefits and lump-sum relief checks, were so successful that they briefly prevented the poverty rate from rising at a time when more people than ever were suddenly out of work. However effective these kinds of robust monetary programs may be at keeping people fed, housed, and safe, they are generally not in line with the larger project of the American political establishment, which favors bolstering “job creators” instead of directly helping those who might end up working those jobs. If you make people safe and comfortable at home, it might be harder to make them risk their lives for minimum wage at McDonald’s during a pandemic."

"With people out of work and small businesses set up to fail en masse, America has landed on its current contradiction: Tell people it’s safe to return to bars and restaurants and spend money inside while following some often useless restrictions, but also tell them it’s unsafe to gather in their home, where nothing is for sale. It’s a woefully inadequate stimulus plan, funded by money extracted little by little from the pockets of people who are mostly just confused about what they’re being compelled to do. Service workers—the people at highest risk of contracting the virus in restaurants, bars, and gyms—are rarely part of a union, which would make it easier for them to take collective action to protect themselves. If they were, their situations might be closer to that of teachers in some cities, whose unions have won them strict protections, including the cancellation of in-person classes once local caseloads rise past predetermined rates."

"Transparency, Kirk Sell told me, would go a long way toward helping people evaluate new restrictions and the quality and intentions of their local leadership. “People aren’t sheep,” she said. “People act rationally with the facts that they have, but you have to provide an understanding of why these decisions are being made, and what kind of factors are being considered.”

"With that in mind, I asked Kirk Sell the question that’s been bothering me since I broke the news to my friend about the ineffectiveness of temperature checks and indoor partitions. Why can’t a governor or mayor just be honest? There’s no help coming from the Trump administration, the local coffers are bare, and as a result, concessions are being made to business owners who want workers in restaurants and employees in offices in order to white-knuckle it for as long as possible and with as many jobs intact as possible, even if hospitals start to fill up again. Saying so wouldn’t change the truth, but it would better equip people to evaluate their own safety in their daily life, and make better choices because of it."

"Kirk Sell stopped me short. “Do you think it might be the end of their career, though?” she asked. “Probably.”

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    Re: This is why you can eat in a restaurant but can’t have Thanksgiving.
    Posted on: 2020-11-27 07:41:20   By: Anonymous
    Exactly, a lack of a federal response from the Trump administration is at fault here.

    I never understood why he didn't do a large public bailout right before the election. That might if gotten him more votes .....

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      Re: This is why you can eat in a restaurant but can’t have Thanksgiving.
      Posted on: 2020-11-27 08:05:08   By: Anonymous
      Will you PLEASE STOP WHINING!!!
      Change your diapers dipchit, and quit your bytching, sissy
      My god, you're an embarrassment

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        Re: This is why you can eat in a restaurant but can’t have Thanksgiving.
        Posted on: 2020-11-27 08:21:23   By: Anonymous
        Triggered, snowflake?

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      Re: This is why you can eat in a restaurant but can’t have Thanksgiving.
      Posted on: 2020-11-27 14:10:36   By: Anonymous
      I did not post the above to pick up one of you Bash Trump For Everything posters. I, as most I know, believe the masses of public should have been told the truth from the beginning. Putting greater self responsibility on the individual for their own well being.

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