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October 17, 2005

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OCFA E67

Hey Jubal.

If you want to know the answer the solution is very simple.

Just take yourself down to the OCFA Hq and file a public records request with the Clerk.

You'll have to wait the requisite two weeks to find out. Just like you do when you do the same with County.

Just think of the orgiastic possibilities you'll have if you're right.

You'll have blog material that will last days and possibly weeks.

Oh the joy of it all!!!

OCFA Rocks

Can picketing a political sleeze ball like Spitzer ever cost too much ????

MrWhipple

When it comes out of my pocket via property taxes? Yes.

OCFA E67

Mr. Whipple. Then you and Jubal can meet at the OCFA and ask them.

It shouldn't be too hard to find out.

OC Fire Storm

On this matter there’s no reason to jack the public around; the activity didn’t cost the public anything. Since we have three shifts and two are off at a time, there were plenty of off duty people to attend the informational picket. Even if someone was on duty and asked someone to cover for them, it would be considered a “trade” between the two individuals; for instance, you work for me today and I’ll work for you another time. Such an arrangement doesn’t cost the Authority or the taxpayers a dime.

It’s very unlikely that anyone wanted to attend the picket bad enough to burn their own vacation time. Frankly, there will likely be more pickets that they’ll be able to attend. However, in the event that someone did burn their own time, it’s theirs to do so as they see fit. A Public Records Act request would be of no value since we don’t need to state why we’re taking a day off.

You'll be interested to know that the OCFA just responded to a traffic accident involving an off duty OC deputy on the 133 fwy. He was extricated from his vehicle and transported to the hospital. He’ll be ok; thanks to the fine treatment he received from the men and women of the OCFA.

Vote Yes on D.

MrWhipple

You'll be interested to know that the OCFA just responded to a traffic accident involving an off duty OC deputy on the 133 fwy.... He’ll be ok; thanks to the fine treatment he received from the men and women of the OCFA.

No, least of all me, discounts the dedication, skill, and bravery of OC firefighters.

But dedication, skill, and bravery do not give you a free ticket to pig out at the public trough.

Yes on 75. No on D.

MrWhipple

You'll be interested to know that the OCFA just responded to a traffic accident involving an off duty OC deputy on the 133 fwy.... He’ll be ok; thanks to the fine treatment he received from the men and women of the OCFA.

No one, least of all me, discounts the dedication, skill, and bravery of OC firefighters.

But dedication, skill, and bravery do not give you a free ticket to pig out at the public trough.

Yes on 75. No on D.

OC Fire Storm

>>>But dedication, skill, and bravery do not give you a free ticket to pig out at the public trough.

Not really sure what that means. However, considering your Yes stance on 75, I assume it includes the SO too, correct?

MrWhipple

It includes anyone who wants to take more than what they really need.

This election cycle Prop D is on the ballot, so there's an issue I can do something about. When other measures cutting back on the government trough come up, I'll favor them as well.

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