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The couple in Glendora whose brown lawn was the subject of media hyperventilating have, I hope, moved on in their lives. Too bad their story isn't the one you heard.
To be blunt, I think lists are lazy and shallow, requiring little effort on the part of the writer, or the reader.
Do you want a better California? Then restore to local governments the economic resources with which local aspirations can be realized.
Switching off is the easy out. Let the people, and the hours, pass as quickly as possible.
We know more about the nature out of which -- and into which -- we've built Los Angeles, but we still know far too little.
It isn't a holiday for everyone. It can be a real drag for dogs and anyone else who counts themselves in the ninety-nine percent.