Letters to the Editor: March 25, 2015

Tank-fetishing sheriff lets roads go to rubble; You are all fools for meat; Last issue's errors thrillingly recapped!

Timid Yet Extravagant

Of course there is no money for Marin County to fix our crumbling roads. With the supervisors spending millions remodeling their own chambers and Disneyfying the 680 Trail, the leftovers go toward building the Sheriff’s Fusion Center and purchasing “Stingray” listening devices to spy on us rowdy taxpayers. If the roads get much worse, the sheriff won’t be able to drive his tank around and fight all that crime.

There is really nothing for these overpaid commandos to do here in pleasant Marin County. I would cut his budget in half and stop him from participating in Homeland Security’s illegal spying on the citizenry.

At least in two years we can get rid of three more of our timid yet extravagant supervisors.


No Fooling

With April Fools’ Day just around the corner, it appears that the meat, egg, and dairy industries have been playing us for fools all year-round. Their more remarkable hoaxes include “California’s happy cows,” “free-range chickens” and “humane slaughter.” All lies.

Less fun is the stuff they never talk about. Like the hundreds of millions of chickens crammed seven to a cage designed for one, unable to spread their wings. Or their hundreds of millions of male counterparts ground up live at birth and fed to other chickens, or just dumped into plastic garbage bags to suffocate. Or the miserable breeding sows producing millions of piglet per year while trapped in tiny steel cages.

Ah, those meat-industry folks are such kidders. But they won’t be fooling American consumers much longer. Anyway, happy April Fools’ Day, everyone!

Santa Rosa

Dept. of Best Of Corrections

Several addresses in last week’s 2015 Best Of issue (March 18) were incorrect. Correct addresses follow:

Compadres Rio Grill, 505 Lincoln Ave., Napa. 707.253.1111.

Santa Rosa Hydroponics,
4130 S. Moorland Ave.,
Santa Rosa. 707.584.9370.

Bikram & Power Yoga of San Rafael, 1295 Second St., Ste. 210,
San Rafael. 415.453.9642.

Sonoma County Art Trails,
282 S. High St., Sebastopol. 707.829.4797.

Michael’s Sourdough, 3095 Kerner Blvd., Ste. L, San Rafael. 415.485.0964 and 42 Digital Drive #8, Novato. 415.883.5110.

Several business names were also incorrect. Here are the correct winners’ names:

Napa Valley Performing Arts Center at the Lincoln Theater; ZDCA Design & Development; Bikram Yoga of Santa Rosa; and Joshua Margolis, LAc, DOMTP. The Bohemian regrets the errors.

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