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culver city police or mayor i think its time to dismiss red light camera tickets people are not stupid they know by california law if person didnt sign on citation that ticket is illegal red light camera causing more accidents and peo[ples death remember in LA family member dead and they million dollar lawsuit to city LA next turn is culver city people life more important then culver city budget everybody knows its a illegal fraud citation even courthouse judje dont want it listen judge giving sheriff to see which one is real bring it judges even they dont want to see those red light camera ticket take it out stop cheating people no one has money its enough
Just learned of this association today. Very impressed with Culver City's sister program overall.
Loved the production....fantastic performances provided by an all stellar cast, unforgettable music...What's not to LOVE ???!!!
Great story on Charles Ross. I heard he is only 15 and a Junior. We are excited about Culver City football again. It seems to really moving in the right direction. I will be looking to see what he is going to do next. I what him get almost 200 yards last Friday game.
LB parent Says:
This article mentions that La Ballona has a large number of "English- as a first language students". Are you sure you don't mean English as a Second Language (ESL) students? I'm a parent at La Ballona and it seems almost every class has at least one or two English learners if not more.
I guess I'm not a good reader. I have gone through several websites entitled TICKETS and I haven't seen where or how I can buy these tickets, nor what would make them worth $125.
Bill Sullivan Says:
Most people look at the crises of the world and feel hopeless, stating that whatever sorrow or horror they may feel, that there is nothing they can do. People throughout the world are troubled by the site of thousands of Syrian refugees fleeing the cruelty of the Assad regime. But few people really know how to help. Michael and Tara are extraordinary because when it comes to helping others, they refuse to feel overwhelmed by circumstance, rather it be global or local. They ignore the naysayers, think for themselves, and simply take matters in to their own hands. Every Christmas here in Los Angeles, those of us fortunate enough to know Michael and Tara receive their invitation to round up our excess food and clothing in to the back of pickup trucks, and to personally distribute them to the homeless on Skid Row. With Michael and Taraâ€™s approach, there is no administrative middle person (which is a necessity with most giving). Caring people are empowered by Michael and Taraâ€™s aggressive compassion to simply address the need for giving by ourselves. And it is always a moment of Christmas magic to see the gratitude in the eyes of homeless people receive food and clothing from us as a result of Michael and Taraâ€™s caring leadership. And so this article in the Culver City News about Michael and Taraâ€™s compassion on a global level comes as no surprise, and is greeted with an expected, warm smile.
In preparing for their mission to aid the refugees, Michael and Tara creatively employed every self-starting method of amassing support that a resourceful, compassionate person can muster. They formed their own two-person organization. Just as they do at Christmas, they reached out to every friend via email and Facebook soliciting donations of clothing and suitcases to carry the clothing in. For days, friends delivered goods directly to Michael and Taraâ€™s doorstep, or had them delivered via other friends. Cash donations were also sought, with a Pay Pal account arranged to make it convenient and easy for all to contribute. With their giving infrastructure in place, the follow up was next: Michael and Tara worked their extensive rosters of friends and contacts via phone and email, and urged others to do the same on their behalf. Once everything was in place for the huge delivery, Michael even persuaded Lufthansa to set aside its baggage fee policy so that the suitcases full of donated items could be hand delivered to the refugees without paying excess luggage charges.
Observing this as an act of compassion towards suffering people is easy enough to do. But the politics of this we also know too well: concerns over terrorism and the European job market fueling the Brexit vote, and a fresh round of conservative rebellion against German Chancellor Angela Merkel with renewed calls for her resignation following the recent terrorist attacks in Munich. And, of course, the troubling nature of the discourse in the current US presidential campaign. In the face of all of this, it takes courage to not be shaken by terrorism, and to simply remember that the vast majority of these refugees are simply innocent people who are fleeing oppression the same way that our own American ancestors once did between one and four centuries ago. Just as German Chancellor Angela Merkel is remaining steadfast in her commitment to compassionate Christian principles by wanting to aid refugees in spite of acts of terrorism, Michael and Tara maintain a clear focus on the bigger picture that all people are ultimately good, in spite of the isolated acts of a few troubled people who oppose multi-cultural understanding, and who seek to ruin these feelings of peace and unity for the rest of humanity. The beauty of Michael and Taraâ€™s perspective is that they cannot be jostled by terrorism, and can put politics aside, and simply recognize that these are innocent human beings who need food, clothing and shelter, and who are tragically caught amidst terrible political circumstances that are much larger then themselves. Most of them are not terrorists, just as most of our own ancestors were not criminals - but dignified and decent people who could contribute to any country that is able to have them. And at the dawn of the 21st Century, Michael and Taraâ€™s compassion reminds us that we have a new opportunity: the chance to welcome a full spectrum of people from all religious and cultural backgrounds in to the world of peace and democracy. Michael and Taraâ€™s spirit reminds us that Christians, Jews, Muslims, Buddhists really can share the planet together in the most universally compassionate of ways. And it is upon this foundation of shared human understanding, that our entire planet will someday achieve world peace. Acts of war remind us that there will be bumps along the way to world peace, and that while it may be prudent to take appropriate measures to protect ourselves, we must not forget that the majority are innocent, and that the decency of humanity is what must be enacted in to our behavior and our public policy. And so Michael and Tara remind us to think for ourselves amidst the maelstrom of fear, and to keep our eyes on the prize of multi-cultural peace and understanding. This is why I am with Michael and Tara. This is one of many reasons that I am proud to be their friend, and to answer their call.
Kathy Parker Says:
This letter is to Pere Whalon-Pete-I always enjoy your column-but the "-Old guys drool" had me laughing like a old lady!!! Was VERY entertaining and spot on!! Keep up the good work!! And as a woman who will be 53 on Friday-I vow to stop saying "awesome"-oh and I still call it weed-I overheard a old guy calling if "grass" the other day!!
Maurice Joseph Says:
You were "bullied and discriminated upon" because you write with your left hand grow up. I am also a lefty and the Nun's that taught me to print and write Thank God would not let me hook write and as a result my penmanship is neat and 100% readable nor have I ever had ink stained shirt cuffs. To hear someone say they feel they were bullied because they were the last one in their class to be given a fountain pen because there penmanship was not neat and tidy is absurd, you were not bullied you are being a crybaby. Now that you have grown up enough to hold your pen or pencil correctly maybe you can progress enough to quite writing on a backwards slant. Contary to what you may remember it is ok for your letters to be vertical or slanted to the right but handwriting with a backwards left slant are considered be many to look evil and while I disagree their are plenty who do think that way so open your mind again and practice until you get it write because many people and I am one of them will use a persons signature to help me judge the character of a person. Let's face if you don't think enough about your self to have a good looking and legible signature then what else don't car about.
Bayo Olabisi Says:
Great.. delightful and most heartening. Keep flying high!!
Shari, it was nice meeting you at Hillary and Monica. I agree it is a very funny play.
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