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Do you know how to read, old man?

Frank DiSalle has again sought to redefine the word clueless:

Do you have any evidence that the reason these people got measles was because they, or their parents, believed there was a connection between autism and vaccine? Is anyone investigating the possibility that the vaccine was ineffective, either because of some defect in its manufacture, or some modern change in certain people’s physiology?

Yes, because these are all strong possibilities after the same vaccine has been used for fucking decades, idiot.

And WTF is an anti-vaxxer?

Someone who doesn’t like vax, obviously.

http://www.oliverwillis.com/2011/09/22/anti-vaxxers-kill-children-in-montreal/#comment-297564

FYI

One

Household Hazardous Waste

The City of Porterville encourages you to dispose of household hazardous waste responsibly.

Open the 3rd Saturday of every Month at at the City of Porterville Corp. Yard (555 N. Prospect Street) collections of the following items will occur from 8 am to 12 pm:

Used motor oil & oil filters
Anti-freeze
Automotive Batteries
E-waste
Latex paints
Household batteries
Fluorescent lamps

For more information, call (559) 782-7514

Two

Utility Rates & Information

Information for Water, Sewer and Refuse Services

To be billed the 1~ 2~ 3~ 4~ week of the month.

The following are the current 30 day rates that are used to calculate your bill.
Water: Flat Rate $29.93
Metered $5.00 minimum, plus 72 cents per unit of water.
(1 unit of Water 100 Cubic feet or, approximately 748 gallons.)

Utility Users Tax –
6% based on the dollar amount of the billing for water (Inside City Limits)
Residential Multiple Units Commercial
Sewer: $26.87 $25.52 per unit *Varies depending on
type of service
Refuse: $17.85 * *Varies depending on container size and
number of pickups.

NOTE: Your first bill is prorated, from the service start date through the first reading date for metered water. The charges may be more or less than the regular 30 day rates depending on the number of service days.

Refuse Pickup Schedule

Please refer to the map below to determine your collection zone. Click here to download the map and collection schedule.

Collection Zones have been established using Highway 65 as the primary dividing line.

Zone 1 Collection Days –

Blue Can (recycling) – Monday
Green Can (yardwaste) – Tuesday
Black Can (garbage) – Thursday

Zone 2 Collection Days –

Green Can (yardwaste) – Tuesday
Blue Can (recycling) – Wednesday
Black Can (garbage) – Thursday

Zone 3 Collection Days –

Blue Can (recycling) – Tuesday
Green Can (yardwaste) – Wednesday
Black Can (garbage) – Friday

Zone 4 Collection Days –

Blue Can (recycling) – Monday
Green Can (yardwaste) – Wednesday
Black Can (garbage) – Friday

CANS MUST BE AT CURBSIDE BY 6am ON ALL COLLECTION DAYS

If you have any questions or need clarification of your Collection Zone,
contact the Refuse Division at 782-7513
ALLOWABLE WASTE
GREEN Leaves, lawn clippings, small tree trimmings, miscellaneous garden waste, NO PLASTIC BAGS
BLUE Recyclable aluminum cans, plastic, paper, etc.
BLACK Household trash, food waste, plastic bags, etc.

The City of Porterville is pleased to offer our Blue Can recycling program. Please click here to learn more!

Waste NOT ALLOWED: Dirt, sod, rock, concrete, large appliances, furniture, hot ashes, flammable materials, oil, gasoline, paint, construction debris.

ABSOLUTELY NO TOXIC OR HAZARDOUS WASTE

Place container at curb by 6:00 AM on the scheduled collection day. If you have a driveway, place the container near the comer of the driveway behind the curb. The container must be at least two feet from any obstructions, such as a fence or mailbox, and must be one foot from any other container. Cars must be parked at least three feet from container. Please take extra caution not to block mailboxes and meter boxes.

CAUTION: CLOSE LID BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO MOVE CONTAINER

To dispose of Household Hazardous Waste responsibly, please come to our Waste Collection Center!

To Start Utility Services:

New residents may fill out a Water Turn On/Off Request Form, sign & return to City Hall, located at 291 N. Main Street.

Water service requests received prior to 4:00 pm can be turned on the same day.

All fees must be paid when establishing services. We accept checks, cash or money orders.

Owners: You will be required to show a picture ID, provide proof of ownership (Escrow documents, tax bill, etc.) and a $10.00 Service Installation Fee.

Renters: You will be required to show a picture ID, provide a signed rental or lease agreement, pay a $10.00 Service Installation Fee and a $20.00 refundable deposit. The deposit will be applied to the account after one year of service without penalties or to the final closing bill.

To Stop Utility Services:

A signature is required to discontinue services per City Code Sec. 25-23. You may come to City Hall to accomplish this or mail or fax a written and signed request. You can also use theWater Turn On/Off Request Form to discontinue services. The Utility Division fax number is 559-784-4569.

I used to live next door to a compulsive asshole who would not let a half-hour go by between the time his garbage was collected and he’d loudly bring the can back from the curbside to his backyard.

I didn’t think about him for a long time until today.

Funny how memory works like that.

Here’s the rules.

I’ll keep the post on the page for a week, and you folks vote.

The second part is, the first person to e-mail me the winner of the vote gets loverly California Valencia Oranges grown in my backyard.

The second person gets loverly California lemons, grown in my backyard.

You can see where I’m going with this.

Oh, and it’s Zython FTW today at Ollies’ place:

Why would you say they’re not governed by probability, then cite an example of how probability works?

What did Mrs. Schrodinger ask her husband?

Erwin, was zum Teufel hast du mit der Katze? Das arme Ding sieht halbtot!

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Jeralyn slept through her science classes

Jeralyn banned me a while back, so it’s with some satisfaction that she demonstrated today she thinks having an active social life in the ’70 or her law practice makes her an expert on neurobiology:

If the meth high produces a memory, so would the meth crash, which is a very powerful and miserable experience. Who would seek to replicate that memory?

Because the meth is gone out of the system by the time the meth crash takes place, so the same memory formation biochemistry is missing.

And this is a member of our so-called ‘educated’ class in this country.

We might as well invite the Chinese to come over and hand them the keys to this country instead of waiting 20 years from now.