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Brad L July 09, 2014 at 12:15 PM
I have been watching and reading about the pony rides and petting zoo at the Farmers Market forRead Moreweek s, I even stopped by the Market a few times. I have worked with animals most of my life, personally I don't find the pony ride or zoo a problem. although I can see where someone may not like the appearance of the pony ride. I am around animals a lot, the cracked hooves, filthy water, concrete, etc.. sorry, are imaginary, there is no problem. The petting zoo is such an amazing experience for the children of Santa Monica, it is something each child needs and I believe wants, a connection with what we are all a part of, Nature! My main concern is how Marcy has attacked the owners and City of Santa Monica with allegations of cruelty and abuse, I don't see anything close to that and I am very sure she will not find one authority on animals to agree with her claims of abuse and cruelty. In the world where people make their livings with animals, accusations of abuse and cruelty can tarnish their reputations forever and in many cases ruin them. It is the same as someone that works with children being accused of molestation. If Marcy wants the ride to look and be handled differently, more power to her, I question her approach. Marcy I hope you take sometime to reflect and ask questions on what is happening at the market. I come from an extremely small town where even in all our differences we worked as a community, those times I see maybe gone for ever The poet Longfellow wrote “If we could read the secret history of our enemies, we should find in each man's life sorrow and suffering enough to disarm all hostility"
Brad L July 09, 2014 at 12:09 PM
I have been watching and reading about the pony rides and petting zoo at the Farmers Market forRead Moreweek s, I even stopped by the Market a few times. I have worked with animals most of my life, personally I don't find the pony ride or zoo a problem. although I can see where someone may not like the appearance of the pony ride. I am around animals a lot, the cracked hooves, filthy water, concrete, etc.. sorry, are imaginary, there is no problem. The petting zoo is such an amazing experience for the children of Santa Monica, it is something each child needs and I believe wants, a connection with what we are all a part of, Nature! My main concern is how Marcy has attacked the owners and City of Santa Monica with allegations of cruelty and abuse, I don't see anything close to that and I am very sure she will not find one authority on animals to agree with her claims of abuse and cruelty. In the world where people make their livings with animals, accusations of abuse and cruelty can tarnish their reputations forever and in many cases ruin them. It is the same as someone that works with children being accused of molestation. If Marcy wants the ride to look and be handled differently, more power to her, I question her approach. Marcy I hope you take sometime to reflect and ask questions on what is happening at the market. I come from an extremely small town where even in all our differences we worked as a community, those times I see maybe gone for ever The poet Longfellow wrote “If we could read the secret history of our enemies, we should find in each man's life sorrow and suffering enough to disarm all hostility"
Tawni Angel July 09, 2014 at 11:58 PM
Bonnie thank you so much for your continued support!
Johni Levene July 10, 2014 at 09:57 AM
I also have read her posts and it seems obvoious she is seriously disturbed. It's really concerning Read Morehow the mentally unstable are able to so freely harass. I have a kooky neighbor too so I'm feeling for you. I do not have children and I don't know you, but rest assured most of us understand what's going on. Hopefully Marcy gets some help and quits her crazy witch hunt.
Kelly B July 08, 2014 at 02:45 PM
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Penny Arévalo July 09, 2014 at 01:21 PM
OK, the city heard you complaints and are changingRead Morethem http://santamonica.patch.com/groups/politics -and-elections/p/responding-to-complaints-big-blue-bus-to-modify-new-bus-stops
Captain Liberty July 10, 2014 at 01:36 AM
So it was the bus company. Nice that they're going to modify (hopefully to add more functionality) Read Morethem but I wonder how much these modifications are going to cost extra?
nonoise July 04, 2014 at 08:05 PM
you wish to submit a noise complaint by telephone, please call the airport’s noise complaint Read Moreline at (424) 64-NOISE (646-6473). You may also submit noise complaints by using the LAX Internet Flight Tracking system, known as WebTrak, and by clicking on the Noise Complaints link (below). LAX Runway Noise Alerts
nonoise July 04, 2014 at 08:16 PM
airport’s noise complaint line at (424) 64-NOISE (646-6473).
Captain Liberty July 05, 2014 at 12:25 AM
I looked at that second link but since this is the Santa Moinica Patch I thought you were talkingRead Moreab out SM Airport. Most if not all of that info is for noise at LAX.
stewart resmer June 28, 2014 at 07:17 PM
You’re not fooling us, Uber! 8 reasons why the “sharing economy” is all aboutRead Morecorp orate greed Or, how to make money for Silicon Valley venture capitalists while pretending to espouse progressive ideals ANDREW LEONARD http://www.salon.com/2014/02/17/youre_not_fooling_us_uber_8_reasons_why_the_sharing_economy_is_all_about_corporate_greed/
stewart resmer June 28, 2014 at 07:25 PM
ast week, Uber held a meeting for prospective drivers in Columbia, South Carolina. According to the Read MorePost and Courier, George Parker, who works at the Office of Regulatory Staff, attended the meeting and provided details about it in a petition his office submitted to the Public Service Commission. During the meeting, Uber discussed a number of items: its expansion plan for South Carolina, its plans to first launch in Columbia, and policies for drivers to follow. Then came the doozy: The Uber guy leading the discussion told the group of drivers to “refrain from discussing their association with Uber with their personal insurance company.” Whoa. Are you kidding? Would you trust a prospective employer who you gave you this advice? Would you follow it?
stewart resmer June 28, 2014 at 07:26 PM
Last week, Uber held a meeting for prospective drivers in Columbia, South Carolina. According toRead Morethe Post and Courier, George Parker, who works at the Office of Regulatory Staff, attended the meeting and provided details about it in a petition his office submitted to the Public Service Commission. During the meeting, Uber discussed a number of items: its expansion plan for South Carolina, its plans to first launch in Columbia, and policies for drivers to follow. Then came the doozy: The Uber guy leading the discussion told the group of drivers to “refrain from discussing their association with Uber with their personal insurance company.” Whoa. Are you kidding? Would you trust a prospective employer who you gave you this advice? Would you follow it?
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