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Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Trojans Turn Down Beer at Beach!

CityNerd blogs about some strange happenings at Dockweiler Beach Monday. I actually heard something odd myself there Saturday night: USC students refusing to trade some of their extra firewood for beer. Indeed, the students cited their unwillingness to run afoul of the law and drink on the beach.

This is sort of the opposite of another group of college students featuring a first son who also recently held a beach bonfire. By the way, the young Trojans GAVE some firewood to the group who had run out - free of charge (or beer).

By the way CityNerd's experience was far more odd - he discovered some non-English speaking Europeans apparently burning reams of medical records.

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16 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said:

How LOW
Low
lo

Can you go in your quest for hits?

Trying to dig up the story again, after the kid is off to college, and YOU yourself and your old cronies all had a beer on the beach as a rite of passage.

D-E-S-P-E-R-A-T-E.

But WHY?

Yrah, you'll delete the post, but do you want to see it reposted?

Just lay off and get sincere, okay?
We want to exchange views on news.

August 28, 2007 2:05 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I agree this is just stupid, how many thousands of college students get drunk during spring break?

How many frat parties are held every weekend. This story is a waste of time.

Find a real story, this kind of story shows us you don’t know anything about Los Angeles Politics.

Even the dancing clown, Zumma Dogg can put up stories that are 1000x more relevant and important.

Wait I see a college kid chewing gum in class, call the FBI, CIA, NSA this gum chewing in class has got to stop!!!!

Mayor Sam try again this post sucks.

August 28, 2007 3:45 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Well I have to concur with the other comments, a story about a college student drinking, it must be a slow news day. I wonder what Reggie the alligator is doing over at the zoo.

http://reggiethealligator.blogspot.com/

August 28, 2007 7:47 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Did you hear the one about the Irishman that walked past the bar?

Sorry guys, I agree, this is a cool story. Keep it up, Sam.

August 28, 2007 7:55 AM  

Anonymous irish eyes said:

^ Jeez Barney, can't ya come home ta me sober?

August 28, 2007 8:39 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

“ … you know nothing about how government works ….

Maybe there is a story after all. It is more about Daddy than Junior.

We have nothing against Junior going to Princeton. We are actually happy for him. We hope he gets a good education and will become a lot better than his Dad. No doubt he will. We should drink for him. Shouldn’t we all?

But I don’t think Junior got into Princeton because of his grades. And I don’t think he got full scholarship or much financial aid either. Daddy and mommy have pretty good incomes.

But do you think Daddy would need to write a big check for Junior’s higher education?

Maybe, just maybe …. a developer may instead write checks directly to Princeton?

Particularly a developer who wants to push through big projects in LA? Particularly some very profitable and expensive Affordable Housing projects like the ones described by ZD? Maybe, just may be?

And maybe Daddy can help here. Nothing wrong about “building more affordable housing to help the poor” in LA.

And there is probably nothing illegal about this whole thing. And it sounds like a “win-win“.

How could what a developer does out of state have anything to do with what the developer does in LA? What the developer does out of state is out of our jurisdiction and is absolutely none of our business, particularly all the developer does out of state is writing checks directly to a very reputable educational institution just to help some kid‘s education? If anything, that is a noble act to be commended. How dare anyone think any other way or insinuate ….

I could be completely wrong about Junior‘s education funding. Things can be changed if payments were not already made. I hope I am wrong. But something similar could be happening about another situation ….

Treat this completely like a hypothesis or even something fictitious, if you will. But it does illustrate how things could be done.

We may not know how a good government works. But perhaps we have some idea about how the current LA city hall works under Antonio?

August 28, 2007 12:11 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

anonymous at 12:11 writes,,,
“ … you know nothing about how government works ….

Maybe there is a story after all. It is more about Daddy than Junior.......blah blah blah

Treat this completely like a hypothesis or even something fictitious, if you will. But it does illustrate how things could be done.


Or maybe Al-Qaeda terrorists are writing checks for junior's education at Princeton, or maybe I am just talking out of ny ass like you.

I know everybody wants to find dirt on Mayor V. , but don't be stupid.

August 28, 2007 12:22 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Someone’s cage seems to be rattled?

Please relax. Don’t jump.

No one would even bother to read such a long comment in an old thread.

Why would you be so concerned?

Sorry that you had to jump out.

Nobody wants to find dirt, let alone dirt on Mayor V.

Bit dirt is oozing out everywhere.

The only reason why there was no dirt on Mayor V’s City Hall was because he was completely new and had no record at City Hall at that time. No record at City Hall then, so no dirt.

Now, there is a 2 year record. And dirt is oozing out everywhere!

So get used to it when people report the sighting of dirt. The dirt is not found because someone wants to find it. The dirt is oozing out everywhere because of his record. There will be more and more.

August 28, 2007 2:47 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Ignore 12:22PM who was talking non-sense.

12:11PM raised a good point.

Let’s leave Daddy and Junior out of this.

Let’s talk about a completely hypothetical or general situation.

Can a developer who has projects pending at City Hall, legally help pay for the out-of-state education of the 18 year old son of an important City Hall politician?

If the answer is yes, our City’s ethic law is woefully inadequate.

Can someone really make the following argument suggested by 12:11PM?

“How could what a developer does out of state have anything to do with what the developer does in LA? What the developer does out of state is out of our jurisdiction and is absolutely none of our business, particularly all the developer does out of state is writing checks directly to a very reputable educational institution just to help some kid‘s education? If anything, that is a noble act to be commended. How dare anyone think any other way or insinuate ….”

If so, it is really sad.

August 28, 2007 6:08 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Some fool at 12:11 makes an unfounded and completely idiotic allegation and then someone even dumber, or the same poster trying to pretend someone is taking him seriously, adds to it and claims it could be true. The stupid commenting on stupid comments. Sums up a lot of these "attacks" on Tony.

August 28, 2007 6:14 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Simple question.

Leave Tony or any other posters out of this.

Can a developer who has projects pending at City Hall, legally help pay for the out-of-state education of the 18 year old son of an important City Hall politician?

Yes, no or you don't know?

August 28, 2007 6:43 PM  

Blogger Mayor Sam said:

Dum dum Villar kool aid drinkers see this as a post about Tony Villar Jr. and not what it was about and that is USC students NOT drinking AND the weird behavior of the folks at Dockweiler.

August 28, 2007 10:04 PM  

Anonymous One Who Knows said:

Sam, it is ZD p[osting anonymously once again.

The comment about "you know nothing about governemnt..." to which he was responding anonymously was one that was left on his posts fairly often (mainly, because it is true).

Since no one reads his posts anymore, the is reduced to trying to hijack your posts, such as the out of thread comment to which I have referred.

I agree, this is not about Antonio Jr. and he should not be a further victim of this vicious stuff.

August 29, 2007 6:34 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Mayor Sam said...
Dum dum Villar kool aid drinkers see this as a post about Tony Villar Jr. and not what it was about and that is USC students NOT drinking AND the weird behavior of the folks at Dockweiler.

***************************
Half the story you posted is ....
“This is sort of the opposite of another group of college students featuring a first son who also recently held a beach bonfire. By the way, the young Trojans GAVE some firewood to the group who had run out - free of charge (or beer).”


If that was really the story why put the link to the Mayors' kid and make that comparison?
Why even mention the Mayor’s kid?
I think you are the dum-dum not your readers.

I'm not a Mayor fan but find some dirt on him not a college kid drinking, which I am sure you and most of us have done plenty of times.

August 29, 2007 12:46 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Don't look here, don't look here ..... Please!!!

August 29, 2007 3:02 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

Aug 29 6:34am (One Who Doesn't Know Sh*t)

Sorry Charlie. Still haven't posted anonymously on this thread or any others. YOU ARE WRONG! I DID NOT POST ANY ANONYMOUS COMMENTS AND I DID NOT POST ANY ANOYMOUS COMMENTS AS YOU ARE TRYING TO SUCKER PEOPLE INTO THINKING.

The monikor "one who knows" is dead. because from here on in, everytime someone sees it, they will think, that's "one who doesn't know sh*t".

Someone who is either a lying crybaby, or a bad judgement crybaby. Either way, you don't know sh*t and stop losing credibility by being completely wrong!

August 30, 2007 9:53 PM  

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