Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Awwwww shucks, it's not THAT contaminated...

Pete Sterling-Nichols, program director for "Humboldt BayKeeper," which pushed the board to include Humboldt Bay in its list of impaired waters, said he will be eating oysters on the Plaza this year.

Oyster festivities will kick off on the Plaza at 10 a.m. and carry on to 6 p.m. Saturday.
What: 17th annual Oyster Festival
Where: Arcata Plaza
When: Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
TS - Oyster beer joins lineup for Arcata festival
ER - Oyster Festival kicks off Saturday

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Go figure - guess Nichols' claims about how "toxic" the bay is just bullshit to stop the Marina Center and raise money to keep him paid.

Man - I am totally into protecting the environment, but this is just plain crap.

Heraldo Riviera said...

Interesting that you rip on Pete by assigning him his wife's last name. Go right for the manhood. How macho of you, Rose.

Rose said...

Isn't the whole point of hyphenating to SHARE the last name, heraldo? He should be so proud.

It's also important for people to realize the connection.

Heraldo Riviera said...

Seems that couples make those decisions for themselves, rather than having detractors equate the man with his apparently inferior wife as a sexist potshot.

It's also important for people to realize the connection.

Sort of like the six degrees of Paul Gallegos? Yes, anything you can link to the hated Paul must be bad news. A broad brush, indeed.

Anonymous said...

What's wrong with letting people know who they are? Like Neely and Farmer, nothing wrong with that.

Rose said...

Yep. Salzman always called Farmer "Mr. Neeley" - and he had a full bag of dirty tricks to unleash at a moments notice, back in the day. he pulled some of it out during the Recall, prompting many to comment that he didn't seem to realize Paul wasn't running against Farmer anymore.

Anonymous said...

hey HER-raldo. leave rose alone. she'll kick your butt and you know it.

rose, ask hislop who's investigating to the sheriff's office shooting.

the answer will both surprise and worry you....

Anonymous said...

Guess that Heraldo is a she today. How many are in your morning coffee club Mr.H? I am up to four.

LOL.

BTW - guess this got your panties in a bunch today H.

Heraldo Riviera said...

Salzman always called Farmer "Mr. Neeley"

So you're taking tips from Salzman? That would explain why you're both so fond of the term "crocodile tears."

Anonymous said...

Boy Mr. H you are so nasty today, you must be R.Trent or Dr. Pot. Who has Mr. H duty tomorrow?

Rose said...

Y'er crackin' me up, heraldo.

Anonymous said...

Mark/Heraldo you are pure BS. RS is your hero when it suits you and you don't know he exhists when it suits your position.Rose can kick your ass. Better run.

Rose said...

Awww, c'mon, heraldo, you know when I'm talkin' "crocodile tears' I am talking' about the "Humboldt Watershed Council's" "crocodile tears coalition' pretending to care about the Palco workers they have so diligently and so successfully maneuvered to put out of work...quotes like this one: "The last 22 years have not been good to Humboldt County. We've been rocked by protests, tree-sits, ceaseless litigation, layoffs, mill closures, the Judi Bari bombing, the Stafford landslide, the pepperspray incident, the death of David Chain, increased flooding, landsliding and environmental damage, and a deepening polarization of our community..." Lovelace says.

You don't think those are crocodile tears pouring forth? Who exactly brought us protests, tree-sits, ceaseless litigation, layoffs, mill closures and a deepening polarization of our community?

Why none other than Ken Miller's "Humboldt Watershed Council."

Anonymous said...

Rose is a cunt

Rose said...

Ahhh. The stalker is back.

Funny how it is always the posts about the predatory litigious "Baykeeper," (spawn of the "Ecological Rights Foundation's" ill-gotten lawsuit windfall) posts that draw you out.