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    Orange Juice Makes Weekly Look Smart

    A couple of weeks ago, this paper named the SanTana-leaning Orange Juice the county's best blog because it represents the best qualities of the blogosphere: scoops, jocularity, personality, with a bit of libel and bad graphics thrown in. And some par...

    @ Navel Gazing by Gustavo Arellano on October 1, 2007 @ 11:57 am
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    Monday's Headlines & Surprises: Santa Ana Gag Ballers

    Giving OC the Finger Again: Six of the top seven online stories in the Orange County news section of the Times had nothing to do with Orange County. Pathetic. And it's an almost daily slight of a county with lots of money, population and stories. Who...

    @ Navel Gazing by R. Scott Moxley on October 1, 2007 @ 6:59 am
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    Hilarious Quote of The Year Award Goes To...

    Peter Callahan, longtime attorney for the Catholic Diocese of Orange. Today, the Orange County Register plays catchup to the Los Angeles Times and interviews Scott Hicks, who claims Bishop Tod D. Brown abused him decades ago. Again, no mention of t...

    @ Navel Gazing by Gustavo Arellano on September 30, 2007 @ 7:38 am
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    Sunday's Headlines & Surprises: OC Inspired Space Travel?

    Spitzer's speech earlier this month on the floor of the Assembly was a stem-winder. There's demagoguery, a fierce attack on a straw man and the setting up of false choices. It includes invective and taunting. It is pompous, deceptive and totally for ...

    @ Navel Gazing by R. Scott Moxley on September 30, 2007 @ 7:11 am
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    Letters From OC Weekly Readers

    'Slow News Day?' Letters may be edited for clarity and length. E-mail to letters@ocweekly.com, or mail to Letters to the Editor, c/o OC Weekly, 1666 N. Main St., Ste. 500, Santa Ana, CA 92701. Or fax to (714) 550-5908. JUDGMENT DAY R. Scott ...

    by STAFF on October 30, 2008
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    Three Local Elections Worth Watching. Call It Morbid Fascination

    Elector Set Three local races worth watching--call it morbid fascination APPEALING TO THE BANANA REPUBLIC In the Santa Ana City Council's last election cycle, voters made history by making the county seat the largest city in the United States wi...

    by DAFFODIL J. ALTAN on October 30, 2008
  • [Moxley Confidential] The DA's Office Reacts to a Naughty Episode of Prosecutorial Misconduct


    [Moxley Confidential] The DA's Office Reacts to a Naughty Episode of Prosecutorial Misconduct

    The Rapist, The Judge, the Lawyer and Her Lover A disturbing rape case is headed for appeal--and the conduct of key officers of the court should have defense lawyers salivating Drive by Harbor Court in Newport Beach, and you'll see just another ...

    by R. Scott Moxley on October 30, 2008
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    [Ask a Mexican!] Will Mexicans Queer the Deal on Prop. 8?

    Dear Mexican: I know you've been asked variations of this before, but I'm going to ask you again anyway. I'm a gay white guy, and I've had three relationships with Mexican men in the past seven years. Each lasted from three to six months. This past ...

    by Gustavo Arellano on October 30, 2008
  • [Scariest People 2008] Haunted Alamo


    [Scariest People 2008] Haunted Alamo

    A tide of hardworking Mexican men, women, children and abuelitas is threatening the sanctity of American freedom! It is coming en masse, and it's headed for the last great American outpost, the building that once united and now divides two great nat...

    by DAFFODIL J. ALTAN on October 30, 2008
  • [Scariest People 2008] Count Coxula


    [Scariest People 2008] Count Coxula

    The year is 2008. Wall Street is crumbling. Corporative executives have looted their businesses and now seek trillions of dollars in public assistance. Count Coxula (Christopher Cox) has left his Newport Beach seat in Congress for the Securities and...

    by R. Scott Moxley on October 30, 2008
  • [Scariest People 2008] The Sexorcist


    [Scariest People 2008] The Sexorcist

    A priest from another land quickly becomes popular at a Latino-majority Catholic parish in the poor section of Orange County. He's an alcoholic--been in rehab, visited the drunk tank--but church leaders do nothing. He molests a boy--and church leader...

    on October 30, 2008
  • [Scariest People 2008] The Ghost of Nixonstein


    [Scariest People 2008] The Ghost of Nixonstein

    Midwestern bumpkin lawyer Freddie Nixonstein (Hugh Hewitt) browbeats the liberal-media elite into running his columns, broadcasting his bombast and inferring upon him a Chapman University doctorate. With the aid of hunchbacked Episcopalian lie-braria...

    by Matt Coker on October 30, 2008
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    [Scariest People 2008] Scary Movies

    When some fucked-up people do some fucked-up shit around here, it's always a fucking sequel. There is no new scary under the OC sun--or under a full moon. OC's scariest dead people are still with us through their terrifying spiritual heirs. Sure, we ...

    by TED B. KISSELL on October 30, 2008
  • [Scariest People 2008] Orange Zombie


    [Scariest People 2008] Orange Zombie

    Like many classic gore-fests, this one never truly explains why the streets of Orange County are overrun by shambling, flesh-eating monsters--but who cares? Watch imprisoned zombie Jared Petrovich moan that the guy was already dead when he ate his f...

    by Nick Schou on October 30, 2008
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    Saturday's Headlines & Surprises: It worked for the Chinese?

    It Worked for the Chinese? The Department of Homeland Security claims it will complete 70 miles of new border fencing this month despite earlier predictions otherwise, writes Richard Marosi at the Times. DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff went to Arizona...

    @ Navel Gazing by R. Scott Moxley on September 29, 2007 @ 7:14 am
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    The Really - Really - Really - Real - This - Time - We - Mean - It OC Recap

    Motherfucker. I am so disappointed. I thought this was the last time this piece of shit show was going to air but unfortunately next week is the finale episode of Newport Harbor, not this week. This allows just one last chance for these complete fuck...

    @ Navel Gazing by Amanda Parsons on September 28, 2007 @ 5:14 pm
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    Conviction Overturned for OC's Most Famous Anarchist

    Three years ago, Orange County's most famous anarchist pleaded no contest to several felonies relating to his alleged attempt to blow up La Habra's Moose Lodge in 2002. On Wednesday, the California Supreme Court overturned Matthew Gordon "Rampage" La...

    @ Navel Gazing by Nick Schou on September 28, 2007 @ 4:42 pm
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    More woes for toll lovers

    Apparently building a six lane, 16 mile long toll road right down the middle of an environmentally protected state park would break some hippy-dippy law from way back in the 70s, according to the eco-nazis at the California Coastal Commission via th...

    @ Navel Gazing by Derek Olson on September 28, 2007 @ 4:10 pm
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    Subpoenas Sought for Urell, Urell's Attorneys

    Links to come--am boarding a plane to El Paso... While OC Weekly cover boy Monsignor John Urell is in Canada to presumably get his rocks back in order, the Jeff Andrade matter trudges on. The latest twist: Urell's lawyer is busy fighting a subpoena ...

    @ Navel Gazing by Gustavo Arellano on September 28, 2007 @ 4:00 pm
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    New test of American-ness

    The pool of 100 questions unveiled today to be used on naturalization tests starting in October 2008 doesn't look all that different from the 96 questions they're replacing. At least not $6.5 million different, the reported sum spent on the revamp. ...

    @ Navel Gazing by Ryan Rivera on September 28, 2007 @ 2:19 pm
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