That's not scary, THIS is scary!
Money saving tips to live a better life (most of the time) along with free links, rants and musings.
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Even if this is all that you are remembered for, it still would have been an awesome career.
BONUS TRACK: Ministry - Every Day is Halloween
"Wildfires raging from Santa Barbara to San Diego have
forced Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to declare a state
of emergency for seven southern California counties.
The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS)
strongly urges all pet owners in the path of the fires
to plan ahead for the safety of their animal
Strong winds and dry conditions have fed the fires
that have already forced thousands of residents to
evacuate their homes. HSUS employees are ready to
evacuate The Fund For Animals Wildlife Center in
Ramona, Calif., which houses a wide variety of rescued
animals. Local volunteers helped the fast-acting staff
to prepare the site and protect the animals at the
Wildlife Center. Fires are burning to the east of the
center such that the animals are currently outside the
path of the fires.
Employees at the Wildlife Center, who have experienced
evacuations first-hand, urge all residents in the path
of the fires to be prepared to take their pets if they
have to leave their homes. If the area is not safe for
you, it is not safe for your pets. Information
regarding pet and large animal evacuation centers is
being widely broadcast on local television and radio
outlets. No animal needs to be left behind as long as
they can be transported."
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Thank you for your e-mail in support of AB 821. I appreciate hearing
from my fellow Californians on issues that are important to them, and
I welcome your input on legislation that affects the future of
I am pleased to inform you that I signed this bill after extensive
consideration and thorough deliberation of arguments from both
supporters and opponents of this issue. I remain committed to
protecting California's diverse wildlife for future generations. You
may read the final language of this bill on the Official California
Legislative Information website: www.leginfo.ca.gov.
Again, thanks for voicing your opinion on this issue. Taking the time
to communicate your views and offer suggestions is essential to good
citizenship and good government. I value the comments of people like
you who are engaged in the improvement of our great state.
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