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    Letters

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    on April 5, 2001
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    Fox Hunt - Immigrant-bashers razz Mexicos prez

    Photo by Jack GouldYou might have thought that California's ongoing power crisis was the fault of deregulation and money-hungry power companies. Not so, according to about 20 protesters who waved anti-immigration signs during a visit to Santa Ana by...

    by Nick Schou on April 5, 2001
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    Goodbye, Gurza - Plus, the powers out! The Times bites! Let Freedom wring!

    E-mails were flying between Latino rights activists on March 27 when word got out about the demise of Agustin Gurza's column in the LA Times. For the past 25 months, every Tuesday in the Times Metro section and Tuesdays and Saturdays in the Orange...

    by Matt Coker on April 5, 2001
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    Bad Rap, Vol. II - Big J-Mos best friend says hes ready to testify for the defense

    Photo by Jack GouldGary Johnson has regrets. He regrets the day he and his best friend, Joshua Moore, blew off post-high-school-graduation steam by taking photographs of themselves posing with Johnson's pellet gun, a .45-caliber look-alike. He regre...

    by Nick Schou on April 5, 2001
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    Window Pain - Suddenly zealous Costa Mesa officials go after stickery business

    Photo by Jeanne RiceDrive around Costa Mesa, and you'll see all the signs of bureaucracy run amok--or rather, you won't see many signs at all. Thanks to suddenly zealous code-enforcement officials enforcing a formerly ignored city ordinance, local b...

    by Chris Ziegler on April 5, 2001
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    This Could Be the Year Register Reporter Robin Hinch Gets to Know You

    Photo by Jack GouldRobin Hinch's old dog recently slipped into poor health, so she may be thinking about mortality a little more than usual. "She's an old dog, but her paws still smell like puppies," Hinch is saying, and she has stopped typing the...

    by DAVE WIELENGA on April 5, 2001
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    Dine and Dashboard

    Illustration by Bob AulThe American Automobile Association's Foundation for Traffic Safety released a study on March 16 that found nearly 20 percent of car crashes are caused by drivers being distracted by something outside the vehicle, such as bill...

    by Matt Coker on March 29, 2001
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    Hey, Fathead!

    Illustration by Bob AulSend anonymous thanks, confessions or accusations--changing or deleting the names of the guilty and innocent --to "Hey, You!" c/oOC Weekly, P.O. Box 10788, Costa Mesa, CA 92627-0247, or e-mail us at letters@ocweekly.com. I j...

    by ANONYMOUS on March 29, 2001
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    Whooooooooooooo!! - We get our ass kicked at the SXSW schmoozapalooza!

    Photo by Allison WadeBy the time 150 glam industry peeps and five passing-out wretches boarded the Rock & Roll Airplane heading home from Austin-Bergstrom Airport to LAXSunday night--I banishing thoughts of the Big Bopper and Buddy Hollyfrom my wooz...

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on March 29, 2001
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    Who the Hells in Charge? - District attorney Tony Rackauckas says his organized-crime agents are out of control. His agents say hes hanging out with a mobster

    A simple question knocked the smile off Anthony J. "Tony" Rackauckas' face in a March 9 interview: Does traditional organized crime operate in Orange County? The powerful district attorney turned the palms of his hands out and up toward the report...

    by R. Scott Moxley on March 29, 2001
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    Letters

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    on March 29, 2001
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    He Knows the Way to San Jose - Newport councilman Gary Proctor lives in $820,000 home up north

    Illustration by Bob AulGary Proctor, whose outspoken advocacy for an international airport at El Toro won him a seat on the Newport Beach City Council in November 2000, actually lives in San Jose. Proctor is registered to vote in Newport, but prop...

    by ANTHONY PIGNATARO on March 29, 2001
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    Fight the Power Plants - Was electric deregulation cover for union-busting in power plants?

    Photo by Keith MayA few weeks ago, hundreds of angry union activists demonstrated outside the AES electrical power plant in Huntington Beach. Chanting slogans and waving banners, they denounced AES, Enron and some private, Texas-based companies, cla...

    by Nick Schou on March 29, 2001
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    Western Philosophy - Is Cornel West the most hopeful man in America?

    Photo by Jeanine HillHe's a rangy little guy: five foot, seven inches tall, I'd guess, maybe 135 pounds, with a proud Afro, Malcolm X glasses and a filigreed goatee. He's wearing a good Italian suit, slim Italian shoes, and a dandy black cravat. He'...

    by CORNEL BONCA on March 29, 2001
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    LA? No Way? - College district blocks student trips to Los Angeles

    Hot on the heels of its recent vote to disallow a student trip to Cuba, South Orange County Community College District (SOCCCD) trustees on Monday night voted to block all student outings to Los Angeles County. "The trustees have serious concerns ab...

    by ANDREW TONKOVICH on March 29, 2001
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    We Love to See You Smile From a Tree

    Illustration by Bob AulRonald McDonald was lynched in Billings, Montana, on March 7. The 5-foot, solid-PVC clown in the bright-yellow jump suit and big red boots was taken from the porch of the local Ronald McDonald House, where a three-year-old who...

    by Matt Coker on March 22, 2001
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    Bar Fry

    Illustration by Bob AulSend anonymous thanks, confessions or accusations --changing or deleting the names of the guilty and innocent --to "Hey, You!" c/o OC Weekly, P.O. Box 10788, Costa Mesa, CA 92627-0247, or e-mail us at letters@ocweekly.com. I...

    by ANONYMOUS on March 22, 2001
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    Let Them Breathe Free! - Breasts, Marley, girls who mad dog and the boys who love them

    Photo by Jack GouldWith the tits on a plate parading themselves all over town this week, it's hard to believe that breasts were ever out of fashion. Remember when they were? No one wanted ta-tas; they marred the lines of one's couture, or something....

    by REBECCA SCHOENKOPF on March 22, 2001
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    Damn System!

    Patient:15 Minutes Profile: Two immigrants videotape their crimes and sell them to sleazy media types while exploiting screwed-up criminal-justice system. Think Scarface meets Dirty Harry, nails King of Comedy, and is mad as hell at Network. Sym...

    by Steve Lowery on March 22, 2001
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    on March 22, 2001
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