Blink 182 Essay

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(Ventura, CA) -- An Orange County man accusing a priest of sexually molesting him as a child says many of the incidents took place in Ventura County almost 30 years ago. The "Ventura County Star" reports Lee Bashworth filed suit last week against Reverend Michael Wempe alleging he molested him several times when Bashworth was living in Westlake Village and Thousand Oaks. Reverend Wempe was working at Saint Jude Church of Westlake and Sacred Heart of Ventura during that time. Bashworth says he went public to support other victims. he's in spain with george -- lets work together......... ( Has anybody heard from the honorable Judge OverTurnERO? -- The General ( 707 trying being honest for a change. you want to shut down a 2 billion dollar airport and spend billions of tax payer dollars to move it into some one elses back yard. I voted yes on W and my taxes have not gone up. so much for the newport beach elites lies........-- lets work together........ ( Boeing,Am I supposed to be upset if property values get really high in OC? I hope that I have to live with that burden.-- RSMDAVE ( quietinlaguna, you're going to give boingo a migraine with all of those pertinent questions. Facts tend to confuse him. Try to keep it a little lighter for Mission Viejo's own village idiot.-- AirportKiller ( Boeing: How are you defining "frequent flier"? How many trips per month? Just how many frequent fliers are you talking about? What is the breakdown of their destinations? How many of these trips are not being adequately serviced today by John Wayne, or Long Beach, or Ontario? What would be their net gain in travel convenience if El Toro were built? You mentioned "frequent fliers", now back it up.-- Quietlaguna ( Boeing--You are the new Yogi Berra. You say without El Toro the county's economy will be so bad that nobody will be able to live here anymore. Yes, that's just what happens in bad economies--prices go through the roof.-- Repboy ( By the time the first shovel full of dirt is lifted out of El Toro in order to create a park, we will all be dead and burried! Too bad for all of Orange Counties frequent business fliers, and too bad for our counties economy. Soon we will all have to move out, since it will become another Newport Rhode Island, reserved for only the super rich! -- Boeing 707 ( Boeing--Excuse me for staying awake in the 6th grade when we learned to spell. News flash for you: The "powers that be" (the people) DID "step in and do what was right for El Toro" (Measure W). Sorry you had to find out this way.-- Repboy ( Boeing: That's so typical of you narrow-minded economically ignorant pro-airport saps. You think that layout is the only thing negative about the airport plan. It doesn't matter what the layout is if you can't generate the revenue necessary to cover costs and pay the bondholders. Show us how ANY airport plan does...

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