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Comments On: East Bay Express

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    Very cool that Brown Sugar Kitchen earns a Michelin nod. Congratulations!
    Posted by Gus Walbolt

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  • 01/31/18--15:27: Re: Kitchen on Fire North
  • I've had so much fun, learned so much and am now a better cool. Thank you Kitchen on Fire!

    Kitchen on Fire North
    Rating: 5 Stars
    Posted by Gus Walbolt

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    The Oakland establishment LOVES being taken to the cleaners... Especially when they either get to funnel the money to crony's or playing to the crowd, cast hand to head and play victim to the Greek chorus of their faithful EBX bread and circuses cheerleaders.
    Posted by Bruce Ferrell

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    I am Mr Donald Moore certified loan lender (mrdonaldmooreloanfirm@gmail.com), I offer loan to individual and public sector that are in need of financial Assistance in a low interest rate of 2%. Bad credit acceptable, The Terms and Conditions are very simple and considerate.
    Posted by Sung Lee Sung

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    Have you ever dealt with the first line group at that newspaper. They are horrible.
    Posted by Carol W

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    BART has proven time and again its police force is above the law. The forces of gentrification have further pushed the boundaries of the bad faith that they act with.
    Posted by Kelly H williams

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    Do u all know why city of Oakland keep raising sewer rates? It may to do with Oakland big 3 sewer construction company.
    Posted by smokinggun001

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    There is a secret that Oakland residents must know. The local workers requirement quietly went from 10% like most cities to 50% pass by most city council and every year they get contribution money from the only 3 sewer company where one of the owner is Mayoga.
    Posted by smokinggun001

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    A quite good commentary. California is the land of unintended consequences, and, as witnessed with our decades long school funding fiasco, those consequences are often address in ways that aggravate the underlying problem.
    Posted by Vr Rm

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    For anyone trying to get in touch the actual email is Joseph.snow@myoozinspire.com I apologize for any confusion about that!
    Posted by Joseph Snow

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    Uh...anyone that contributes to a "charity" in lieu of state income tax payments will be subject to back taxes, penalties, and interest payments. It is likely to bankrupt a lot of Californians.
    Posted by Anthony Hynes

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    Good for the landlord. No one owes you a free lunch for life.

    Rent control laws are a joke because they are lifetime entitlements.
    Posted by altnewscorp

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    Wish they'd can Darwin Bond Graham. Biased reporting.
    Posted by altnewscorp

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    While the idea of rent control is appealing, the ability to protect residents from exorbitant increases in the cost of their housing, the price increases that would otherwise take place just gets passed on to new renters in the surrounding neigbhorhood . This is especially happens when demand goes through the roof, and there is not enough supply (new apartments being built) to counter that demand. The resulting scenario is an apartment unit that is renting for significantly less than market rate.
    Posted by Clarence C. Johnson

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    Across the country, civic government's procurement of IT resources remains a huge $$ pit, spending years generating a "request for proposal" and then more years evaluating proposals for systems that are obsolete before a single line of code is written (cf. http://www.govtech.com/biz/How-Government-…).
    Posted by richard k belew

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    yay Trevor luv u! do you still have your The Floating Corpses t-shirt?
    Posted by Lilith Lucifer

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    The technical problems so often cited in the account are plainly what can be expected from a system integration project like this. These kinds of projects are notorious everywhere for big cost overruns, plagues of bugs, inability to deliver anything like what was envisioned by the client (and certainly the end users).
    Posted by Jack Whalen

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    It ain't rocket science, it's just a weed. Don't patronize the BigPotPharma profiteers.
    I grow about 6 per year in my little back yard sufficient for the 'medical' needs of myself and a few needy friends.
    Posted by Patrick Monk RN

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    FINALLY, one positive outcome of Prop 64.
    Posted by Patrick Monk RN

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    @KurtVonnegut I totally agree that Chicago is oftentimes left out of the conversation when discussing graffiti's contemporary roots. That's why I made sure to mention it by name in the first paragraph when discussing where graffiti migrated to the west from.
    Posted by Jordan_Ranft

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