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Saturday, December 18, 2010

Mini-wet climate change for Southern California next week

Who thought that our climate would of change so quick thanks to Mayor Antonio Villar?

Water vapor with its carbon compound heading to Southern California.

Did Al Gore predict this? Was it the leadership of Mayor Antonio Villar and a bunch of other green mayors of the world, who with their little pens, signed a photo-op-inspired climate accord, that has since brought us record cold and now potential record rainfall to Los Angeles? But on the bright side, Mayor's Villar's Annual Icelandic Adventures Host Keith Brackpool may get enough residue moisture to refill his Cadiz Aquifer in the East Mojave.
But seriously, our friends in the foothills whether in the eastern Santa Monica Mountains, El Sereno, Mission Hills and especially in Sunland-Tujunga need to keep both eyes on the skies, them hills and stay away from the storm channels!!. Rain is here and much more is on the pineapple conveyor belt. (see water vapor photo above).
In what is suppose to be an La Nina Winter (those darn "politically-correct climatologists can't get it right), this next series of storms has the character of what we would get in a hyper El Nino episode. Storms impulses, back to back, are lined up with their target on Southern California. For our friends in Sunland-Tujunga be thankful for human beings like Joe Barrett and most important, those dams and debris basins in Big Tujunga Canyon and Haines Canyon respectively. They figure to earn their keep in the stormy days ahead.
The National Weather Service in Oxnard has a Flash Flood Watch in effect for Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles County with emphasis on the recent burn areas within the mentioned counties. The storm conveyor belt, with its fetch way back into the Western Pacific, may continue on with rain being forecast for Christmas Weekend. Who knows? Santa may want to deputize the fine Swift Water Rescue Teams of LAFD to deliver presents on Christmas Eve?
But in the days ahead, lets remember to take a little extra time to practice due diligence around our respective residences and in executing everyday tasks. Plus, rain is a blessed episode that will bring us a colorful spring, especially for us lovers of desert wildflowers.
........ and for the likes of Mayor Antonio Villar and those on the California Air Resources Board, carbon in water vapor is a good thing. I think the trees and plants would agree.
Your thoughts..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14

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Blogger Red Spot in CD 14 said:

Beer and cheese so early?

December 18, 2010 11:33 AM  

Blogger Red Spot in CD 14 said:

Cabin fever is something else to watch for when it rain for prolong periods, as illistrated by the retire (through layoff?) LAUSD three-hour employee.

Stock up on your beer and cheese. then set the computer alarm bell to go off when a Red Spot post appears on screen.

December 18, 2010 11:38 AM  

Blogger Red Spot in CD 14 said:

Memo to former SEIU 99 member/LAUSD employee,

If the beer and cheese does not interfer with your comprehension abilities,you will be able to surmise that a couple of your vile postings have been deleted.

In 1992, a teenage boy by the name of Adam Bischoff died after he fell into the Los Angeles River despite the best efforts of our then under-trained first responders. Now some 18 years later as another series of storms looms out in the Pacific, sad pepole like yourself want to mock those who seek to remind others of the protential hazards of venturing into storm channels during high rainfall events.

Thus, as your postings take on the staleness of a weeklong open Modelos and unrefridgerated cheese, find that your comments, unless constructive by some freak act of nature, will be deposited in the circular file of the bloggin cybersphere.

Merry Christmas!!


December 18, 2010 12:24 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Hey Scott:
Don't be so thin skinned. Go to the library and borrow a 4th grade grammar book. Everything you've been corrected on will be in it.

Besides,LAUSD is funny. The Joe Barret / casserole line was choice.

December 18, 2010 1:28 PM  

Blogger Joe B. said:

Thanks Red, all is well in S-T for now.

December 18, 2010 5:41 PM  

Blogger Red Spot in CD 14 said:

Grown ups? Now we are dumbing down adult conversations. BTW, it was not Higby who depress the delete button, but I as you will find out soon.

Merry Christmas!!


December 18, 2010 6:56 PM  

Blogger Red Spot in CD 14 said:

Oh, not mature enough to engage in thoughtful dia? so sad.

Notice now that its not me crying to Higby? Sad how young inmature members of the cybersphere have to be reminded of bloggin respect.

December 18, 2010 7:02 PM  

Blogger Red Spot in CD 14 said:

As we move on, a supposed double-dipper in salary would waste his Saturday by posting such childish tripe, well mommy may be the latest to depress the deletion key.

December 18, 2010 7:06 PM  

Blogger Red Spot in CD 14 said:

"Lover of deletion", yes that is us.

December 18, 2010 7:08 PM  

Blogger Red Spot in CD 14 said:

Bag on my buddy Higby? You know what is coming next. BTW, the rants of the "Retired LAUSD brat are decreasing, so sad.

December 18, 2010 7:12 PM  

Blogger Red Spot in CD 14 said:

PUFF!! Was that the casserole that just disappear into the cybersphere?

But no,no,no,no which leaves us with La Nina, who is one woman in 2010 to ditch Greenie Mayor Antonio Villar.

Remember our supposed Retired LAUSD Double-Dipper, we can have a mature dialog without childish tripe.

Merry Christmas!!


December 18, 2010 7:23 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Move along folks, Red Spot is drunk and slurring his words again.

December 18, 2010 7:26 PM  

Blogger Red Spot in CD 14 said:

Coherent and reasoned my friend.

December 18, 2010 7:41 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Higby - Help! Where are you?

Red Spot is ranting and rambling like he's gone off the deep end.

Please make him stop already.

December 18, 2010 8:48 PM  

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