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Comment Archives: stories: News: Strokes & Plugs

Re: “Mission Mall's newest store Office Hours sells men's clothes with an origin story

I hope he is independently wealthy because owning a Mom and Pop in SLO is the toughest business to be in.

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Posted by Concerned local on 10/10/2018 at 2:07 PM

Re: “Brand consultancy group EMPATH opens local office to educate businesses on their image

"We feel that the best way to resonate and connect with an audience is by evoking their emotions because we know that neuroscience tells us we make decisions based upon our emotions and logic. The very best marketing is one that speaks to you in a whisper and connects with you and encourages you to make a purchasing decision," Camassa said.

It is shocking to me that these conniving propaganda ambassadors would reveal just how they trick people into liking "product" . EMPATH sounds like a pile of BS to me. Maybe Heidi Harmon should hire them because word on the street is progressive cat ladies aren't happy with her anymore so she needs to clean up her image and emotionally manipulating people subliminally sounds right up her alley. "let me tell you the origin story of my red rose"-Heidi Harmon LMAO Guess what Heidi NOBODY CARES.

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Posted by Concerned local on 06/14/2019 at 6:59 PM

Re: “Clock's ticking: The Hourglass Project takes steps toward a stronger economy for the Central Coast

We need more clean tech and high paying jobs. We have the land and the room. We are still bargain shopping compared to the Bay Area and we have a good pool of intelligent workers here.
More start ups and innovative industries need to be courted.

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Posted by Adian Lenz on 03/31/2019 at 11:20 PM

Re: “Clock's ticking: The Hourglass Project takes steps toward a stronger economy for the Central Coast

Let me just say, "good luck" and I think we should all do what we can to help everyone living here not just survive, but thrive. The economic challenges are great and I hope we can make an impact on the direction of this state. It makes absolutely no sense to have the 4th largest economy in the world and at the same time have the highest poverty rate in the nation. Something has to change.

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Posted by Gary Maier on 03/31/2019 at 4:56 PM

Re: “Clock's ticking: The Hourglass Project takes steps toward a stronger economy for the Central Coast

This 'project hour glass' is not going to work. The problem is high rents and low wages. How is this coalition going to convince businesses to treat their workers better? THEY ARENT GOING TO. Are they going to convince property owners to lower rent prices? NO THEY ARE NOT. I dont understand how people can see there is a problem without addressing the real reasons for it happening. dont even get me started on how illegal immigration has sorely affected local blue collar workers in the carpentry fields. 20 years ago men were able to support their families while working in these jobs. now contractors run crews of low paid illegals instead of young local men who are trying to start families. WE NEED TO END SANCTUARY STATUS AND PUT OUR LOCAL PEOPLE THAT GREW UP HERE BACK TO WORK IN GOOD JOBS THAT TREAT THEM WITH RESPECT. If we can do this we will defeat the drug epidemic that is ravishing our county. WAKE UP PEOPLE!

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Posted by Concerned local on 03/31/2019 at 1:02 PM

Re: “Mesa residents invited to bilingual presentation on Dunes pollution

Zoom zoom zoom and the dollars zoom zoom zoom generates is more important than the health of residents. Yes, blowing sand was there before, but the microparticulates that cause lung disease are caused by the ATVs.

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Posted by Michelle Maani on 09/02/2019 at 6:16 PM

Re: “Mesa residents invited to bilingual presentation on Dunes pollution

Not a clue that the mesa is there because of the blowing sand. the thousands of non native eucalyptus trees planted a hundred years ago to block the wind.

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Posted by Mark Jackson on 09/01/2019 at 9:32 PM

Re: “Small business owner Diane Matzner opens second Cambria shop

Another shop owned by a mega rich bored boomer selling overpriced candles WOW thats exactly what Cambria needs LMAO

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Posted by Concerned local on 07/16/2019 at 12:01 PM

Re: “Law enforcement and victim support organizations to receive training on science of trauma

What about when the police rape you? Because that happens here. What then?

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Posted by matarbongo2 on 05/26/2019 at 2:29 PM

Re: “Nursing in another country: Eight Central Coast nurses travel to Guadalajara as part of degree program

Thanks for the article, but my last name is spelled incorrectly. It is actually Krepp, not Frepp. Still appreciate the coverage though!

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Posted by Amanda Krepp on 05/03/2019 at 5:59 PM

Re: “Clock's ticking: The Hourglass Project takes steps toward a stronger economy for the Central Coast

I hope they're willing to take on the NIMBYs. This region has so much potential.

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Posted by ra237 on 04/05/2019 at 5:21 PM

Re: “A team of Cal Poly students work to create a sustainable superfood bar

We like your idea to use the tree seed for a healthy snack, good initiative for students, for more information on the Pinyon Pine see this site.

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Posted by Sheffield's Seed Company on 07/17/2018 at 6:36 AM

Re: “ALS hasn't stopped Devin Ward from contributing towards a cure

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Re: “ALS hasn't stopped Devin Ward from contributing towards a cure

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Re: “Rock Steady Boxing helps tackle Parkinson's symptoms

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Re: “ALS hasn't stopped Devin Ward from contributing towards a cure

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Posted by Jane Louis on 09/18/2019 at 5:07 AM

Re: “Mesa residents invited to bilingual presentation on Dunes pollution

Great, more biased media.... Half of Nipomo is a giant sand dune, surrounded with agricultural. Yes there will be dust, it is a constant battle keeping my house dusted and vehicles clean. I am far away from the dunes, it is sandy all the way to the creek. I am just not an idiot looking to blame someone or push an agenda. I guess I am just happy I did not overpay for my home and that I did my research first. We have pretty good air quality especially compared to the valley.

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Posted by Joshua Miller on 09/04/2019 at 7:38 PM

Re: “Rock Steady Boxing helps tackle Parkinson's symptoms

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Re: “New nonprofit helps disadvantaged kids celebrate their birthdays

Thank you all for your kindness and support for this wonderful cause. What a wonderful article you wrote. We truly feel blessed. Thanks.

Jeff Edwards
President and Founder
Candles for Kids, Inc.

Posted by Thomas Jeffrey Edwards on 08/03/2019 at 2:16 AM

Re: “ALS hasn't stopped Devin Ward from contributing towards a cure

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