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Re: “Scoping hearings for oil pipeline project begin

...and 9 people showed up in protest...

The other hundreds of thousands of people in the area realized a new pipeline would be safer for the environment!

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Posted by Voice Of Reason on 03/07/2019 at 8:11 AM

Re: “Sloshing toward SLO

Stop using the products and then #ExonnBeGone will come reality. Until then, California will keep importing 60% of it's oil, which requires tankers, trucks, trains, pipelines, etc.

Maybe try to present a solution instead of just saying you don't like it. Ignoring reality isn't going to solve the problem.

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Posted by Voice Of Reason on 02/14/2019 at 10:03 AM

Re: “How do you feel about Plains All American's plans to replace 123 miles of oil pipeline through SLO, Santa Barbara, and Ventura counties?

YOUR truth and THE truth (aka reality) don't seem to align. I'm not asking you to defend your statements, I'm giving you the opportunity to show me how I'm wrong.

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Posted by Voice Of Reason on 02/05/2019 at 11:21 AM

Re: “How do you feel about Plains All American's plans to replace 123 miles of oil pipeline through SLO, Santa Barbara, and Ventura counties?

And still you are unable to defend you position or offer any substance... amazing.

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Posted by Voice Of Reason on 02/05/2019 at 9:56 AM

Re: “How do you feel about Plains All American's plans to replace 123 miles of oil pipeline through SLO, Santa Barbara, and Ventura counties?

So, no defense. I do make a convincing argument... it's hard to counter logic.

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Posted by Voice Of Reason on 02/05/2019 at 8:42 AM

Re: “How do you feel about Plains All American's plans to replace 123 miles of oil pipeline through SLO, Santa Barbara, and Ventura counties?

Where do I start?

Mr. Varni again showing his true colors and advocating the shutdown of oil production (which is comical because this is a pipeline, not production).

Ms. Epstien's comment says Plains is "failing to properly maintain its pipeline". Isn't building a new pipeline the most aggressive (and expensive) action they could take towards safety for the environment? You might say that shutting the pipeline down altogether would be the safest, but that would just result in trucks full of crude driving around. Is that better?

Mr. Lovejoy, pipelines don't produce oil.

Ms. Blackwell please see the comment to Ms. Epstien.

I find it hilarious that so many are advocating against a new pipeline, when a new pipeline is possibly the most safe and most environmentally protective action that Plains could take. Yes, they had an issue. Building 123 miles of new line should give everyone peace of mind knowing that the infrastructure would be more reliable than the existing line. By opposing a new line, you are all supporting risk to the environment. How does that make sense?!?

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Posted by Voice Of Reason on 02/04/2019 at 2:03 PM

Re: “Peschong's firm netted $643,000 to defeat Measure G

I believe you want to voice your concerns about education to these elected officials... they are responsible for education. https://www.pasoschools.org/domain/22
Joel Peterson, Board President
Stephanie Ulibarri, Board Clerk
Chris Arend
Chris Bausch
Lance Gannon
Tim Gearhart
Joan Summers

That's the PRJUSD Board of Trustees.

You could also check out the complaint procedures found here: https://www.pasoschools.org/site/handlers/…

I'm all for holding people responsible, when it is reasonable.

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Posted by Voice Of Reason on 01/11/2019 at 2:21 PM

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