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  • I have an Advanced Directive in California. It lets your doctor and family know how far they should go in treating your condition if you may not recover.
  • You mean the person filling it out, or the people who are designated to carry out your wishes?
  • As others have stated ALL southern California beaches are closed from about 10:00 pm to 6:00 am. If you were to have a bonfire on the beach after hours you would quickly draw attention to yourself, and could expect to be paid a visit by the local police.
  • No beaches have firepits open all night. Most close at 10 PM.
  • maximum seashores in So Cal close at 10:00 pm. and reopen approximately 6:00 am. There are not any lifeguards on accountability for the period of the in one day hours. it is to no longer say which you will no longer discover some human beings on the sea coast over night, yet whilst they're reported they are going to be asked to pass away.
  • all beaches are closed at night so there are none
  • I live in California. It is a big state. A game in San Francisco will do no good if he lives in Los Angeles. I suggest that you go on to the American Contract Bridge web site: www.acbl.org it list games all over the United States. It first section by state and then by city. In my area, there are multiple places to play. More information will be given at each location: Day of the week, time, and type of game. They will also have a contact person you can call for more information.
  • Google is a great site. Here is just the first site I came across. (I have no idea if you're near Riverside, though.)
  • How? the same as everywhere else. It may jump ahead for awhile as in electronics and computers but everyone else catches up and some leap ahead. But if the question is in what way. Most higher education in California is land grant public university. Therefore we have a much more educated population. This means companies that are doing research and inventing new things locate here because of the plentiful supple of educated workers. The weather is also better than anywhere else so its easy to draw from other areas in the US and foreign countries. I have always been amazed at the number of languages I hear and the races I see in the San Francisco Bay Area.
  • I am aware of answers that are easy to find in the code, so please answer only if you are very familiar with the law and know obscure details. This might be complicated: My landlord's code violations are insane. I paid $5800 security deposit and rented her condo for 4 years. When I moved out and needed the refund from my security deposit, she retained it illegally for 'repairs' such as: $1500 to paint the entire condo when it hadn't been painted for several years before I moved in: Retained $2,000 for carpet that didn't need replacing at all and, in fact, she actually didn't replace it.Retained $$for things considered normal wear & tear such as loose cabinet hinges (I swear).She even withheld $350 I paid to a plumbing co. when water started pouring from a crack in the ceiling that compromised our living conditions! Also, she never sent an itemized repair list and receipts within 21 days..she never sent one at all... No notice of my right to a walk-through before vacating.. And after I moved out and with her consent, I returned twice and attempted to retrieve my washer/dryer but couldn't gain access...I think she should reimburse me for the replacement cost. The total to which I feel I am entitled is $6,350 and I'm sending her a 'courtesy' letter tomorrow giving her 10 days to send my refund. And these are my questions: Does it matter that I vacated 9 months ago? The delay is because of a serious injury. I don't quite understand 'damages' or acting 'in bad faith' and how they translate to $$ to which I might be entitled. I only know this has caused me too much grief just from renting a condo. I'm pretty sure I'm entitled to twice the deposit amount ($11,600)..will a judge automatically award this or do I need to ask for this amount in my claim? Doing so would put me in Superior Court Limited Jurisdiction...that's a little intimidating. If I sue for less than $7500 can a judge in small claims court still award 2x the deposit plus interest plus damages? Do I really need an attorney? Really Reeeally? Thank you very much for any advanced 411 you can offer!
  • Your landlord violated every security deposit law of the state of California. I could find no proof that Small claims will award any more than the maximum of $7,500.00 to allow for the doubling of your security deposit. The law clearly allows you to sue for double, but so far, it looks like it would have to be in a higher court. You will have to check into that. Also, do not forget about interest. Your landlord owes you that as well. Civil court is expensive and though the landlord may receive a judgment against her and be ordered to pay your attorney fees, you may not actually see any $$$ for a while. I would not suggest that you attempt to represent yourself in civil court. You would be better served in filing in Small Claims and avoid the need for an attorney. Your case, as is, is pretty much slam dunk for Small Claims. The statute of limitations for Small Claims is 4 years for a written contract (lease) and 2 years for an oral contract (lease), so you are within the statute of limitations either way. The landlord cannot charge you for painting after 4 years of occupancy unless you caused major damage to the walls. The landlord cannot charge you the full amount of carpet replacement, period. If you caused damage, you would be liable for the depreciated value only. If the carpets were new when you moved in and had a life expectancy of 10 years and you lived there 4 years, you would only be liable for 4/10 (2/5) of the cost to replace. Just as she can not legally charge you for the actual replacement cost of the painting & carpet, you cannot charge her the actual cost of your appliances. They must be depreciated. Sorry that I could not help with the question regarding double deposits in Small Claims. Perhaps you can go down to the court house and ask the clerk. They will not give you legal advice, but will give you answers to the Small Claims process.
  • I strongly encourage you to call the Department of Consumer Affairs (California) at (800) 952-5210. I have called them before & they were very helpful. What a crappy landlord! Good luck.
  • Sounds like she's unlikely to voluntarily fork over the money. If you sue in small claims court, lawyers are not allowed - either for the plaintiff or defendant. You have to represent yourselves.
  • We are going to LA on 6 March 10 for two and a half weeks; what with the recent impacts of El Nino on the weather there (rain, rain and more rain!), we are concerned (but not overly we will still enjoy it hugely) that itll be a wash out. Seeing as it has been wet now for a good 6 weeks and counting, is there a good chance it may dry out in time for our trip? I note the latest forecast shows the storms taking a more Northerly track for the next week, could this hopefully now be the shape of things to come? Any expertise would be greatly appreciated!
  • Well, the bad news is that we are in an El Nino pattern which does bring more storms to southern California as you have observed. This trend is expected to continue through the period of your trip. However, I would not consider it a wash out. Even if there are storms that may last a day or two and there could be several, there would be plenty of good days as well in a two and a half week period. It is unlikely that it would be warm and pleasant the entire time so you may want to be flexible on when you do things and use the good days for outdoor activities and indoor stuff for days when it is not so good. These storms are not too difficult to forecast out a couple of days so just pay attention to the local forecast on when a inclement period may coming up. You can read the latest on the pattern at: http://www.cpc.noaa.gov/products/precip/...Have a good, safe trip.
  • Our Summer finally arrived, after 3+ months of rain and cold weather (which I love!!), and it's already too hot for my taste, although not as hot as it uses to be, here, at this time of the year. It's 30 degree Celsius, now, which is 86 degree Fahrenheit. I hope that the weather gets better, cooler, for you, soon!!
  • It should be available everywhere where there are video game stores, and that includes California. Pokemon is so popular that those games are easy to find.
  • No, but you can get Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Red for Gameboy Advance and they're both exactly the same.
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  • Try going to ASMP.com. It is an orginization for photographers and for a small yearly fee you get lots of percs including reduced prices on gear, free forms of every kind (contracts, releases etc.) and some other stuff. It's been around for a long time and is legit. In Florida we have FPP (Florida Professional Photographers). They have yearly conventions, seminars and salons. If your a wedding shooter something like that would be right up your alley. Check in your state for similar. c
  • Any where along Highway 14 in the Mojave Desert north of the town of Rosemond. You'll see more stars than grains of sand on the beach.
  • You really have to head north or out east into the Mojave Desert in order to get away from all the smog, haze and light pollution, if you really want to see stars. Death Valley is a really interesting place, but it's so hot in the summers (presently, in mid-May, it's already 96 today in Death Valley) that it's not for everyone. Even if you're not in Death Valley, it's still much warmer in the desert at this time of year. Another option would be the mountains. Lake Arrowhead and Big Bear are natural choices and both gorgeous places, plus because of the elevation, you'll see lots of stars. :D Best of luck! We have the perseids meteor shower coming up in August. Star gazing at it's best.
  • If you cant head out to the desert, then go to the Griffith Park Observatory, its above the city some, and has telescopes to view the stars with, its a nice place to visit.
  • Best Stargazing In Southern California
  • Mt. Pinos in the Frazier Park area.
  • California Vehicle Code section 21957, provides that: "No person shall stand in a roadway for the purpose of soliciting a ride from the driver of any vehicle." Edit: California Vehicle Code section 530, provides that: "A "roadway" is that portion of a highway improved, designed, or ordinarily used for vehicular travel." */End of Line.
  • To expand on Superman's answer--a highway is a place open for vehicular travel. (Veh C 360.) It is not illegal to hitchhike if you are not actually in the roadway.
  • It would be nice if you had given the full name of the school. Did you mean Colorado State University or Cleveland State University, or Chicago State University or perhaps California State University ?/
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  • I dont know about the time it would take, but in California gas is about 40 cents more per gallon, so fill up before you get there. And the gas stations are priced way difrent, up to a 30 cent variance between stations on the same block, so look around. Also when you are there and if you plan on buying gas on a credit or debit card a 45 cent sure charge will be applied.
  • it would take about 2-3 weeks and $1000 in gas depending on the vehicle
  • it takes 2 - 4 days on how many stops u make and the gas is all diff
  • i personally havent done this recently ,but thats the problem gas has gone up 3 times the cost when i went,sorry but watching national weather to figure uot what to wear really helps!!!!!!!!!
  • well my friends went form ny and they said they drove for 4 days. gas would be ALOT
  • oom have fun it will take u like 2 or 3 or more weeks u wanna kill yr self and its boring
  • That is a long way to drive!
  • trust me! it doesnt matter how long it takes to get there CALI IS SO BEAUTIFUL! u will have so much fun!
  • Definitely join both clubs! Key Club shows how you are involved in helping out the community inside and outside of school. California Scholarship Federation shows how good you are academically in maintaining by a gpa that is above average.
  • we've maximum of those golf equipment at my college. that is not that confusing to start up. i do no longer understand approximately yours, yet at my college, you in ordinary terms would desire to locate a instructor that helps you and is prepared to chaperon you and the club as quickly as a month. Get a itemizing of those that could (assured) flow to the month-to-month conferences of that club. Meet with that one instructor and an administration member to latest your theory. as quickly as that's okayed, positioned up fliers and posters around college and start up up your club! do no longer forget to have club directors. ex: president, vice chairman, secretary. so which you frequently understand that somebody is there to help you :) another stable club suggestions: -Any interest golf equipment (ie: Dance, photos, Spanish, Hispanic) -our college has a yacht golf equipment for people who've yachts! -some style of school spirit club. fairly some individuals are interested in that. and faculty spirit and participation is nicely supported while it contains college purposes. -style club (consistently relaxing!) i'm hoping this helps!
  • y not join both? i prefer key club tho
  • you can purchase airfare as early as around 11 months in advance. Try kayak.com, it'll get you the best major website fares and the usually-cheaper airline direct fares in one search. Of course, carefully shopping all the major sites (travelocity, expedia, etc) AND checking with travel agents will get you the lowest possible fare every time. Good luck!
  • There are some flights right after midnight. You can go online right now and get a ticket on one of them. That's probably the soonest you can get a flight because not too many flights going East leave late afternoon and evening due to the time changes.
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  • CONTACT YOUR LOCAL DMV OFFICE, THEY WILL BE ABLE TO ANSWER ANY AND ALL OF YOUR QUESTIONS AND AT THE SAME TIME YOU WILL BE GETTING THE CORRECT ANSWER TO YOUR QUESTION.
  • In California, if certain conditions are met you can renew online. They tell you (in the mail, unfortunately) if you are eligible. I don't think you can renew it before they send you the packet.
  • ...And unfortunately, the CA lottery website has nothing on it to clarify this! So, I've done this before years ago, but something must have changed (or senility has set in). Here is the issue: I need to fill out a playslip for 5 sets of numbers to be played in the Super and Mega lottos for 4 plays each ($20 for each ticket). I fill in all the QP blocks under the sets of numbers - 1 for each set of 5 plus 1 mega for each set, and fill in advanced play #4, but the playslip tells me that I have too many numbers filled in. What am I doing wrong? I can follow the prompts on the screen just fine to complete the transaction manually. The issue is that I need to prep the playslips for a group at work so THEY don't have to stumble through it like I am! Thanks for any advice you can provide!
  • Well i work at a place that does process the mega millions tickets. ALOT of the time all you have to do is turn your ticket around and feed it through again. You should have 5 numbers in the top part and one number in the bottom part. 01-02-03-04-05 and the mega ball is 06. Also there is a small box on the side for multi draw. That way if you are using the same number you only need to put the numbers in there once.
  • ya maybe it is because i took pre algebra in the 8th grade not the 7th......
  • in seventh grade i took pre algebra and that was considered advance but that was in Connecticut so im not sure if that equates to L.A.
  • Yes, California does. Illinois, Florida and Texas are a few others. I assume you are talking about a state license - not ARRT. You have to be ARRT registered AND have a state license in those states. There are probably more states that require it, but these are the ones I'm certain of. I am a radiation therapist & I hold a Florida and Illinois license. Usually, the physician who is a specialist in treating cancer with radiation is called a "Radiation Oncologist" and the person who actually administers the daily radiation treatments under the guidance of such a physician is called a "Radiation Therapist". At one time, the physician was known as a "Radiotherapist" - but that term isn't as commonly used now.
  • Hi Kira, A radiation therapist is a fully qualified doctor that has specialized in radiotherapy. I am not aware of any state in the US which will allow unlicensed persons to treat patients without a license. This includes California.
  • At best, that's a 4 day drive, driving for about 10 hours a day...with pee-breaks. Motel-$100 a night. Food- $50 a day Gas-$80 for each car per day. Odd and ends-$20 a day. $1500 should do it, but if a car needs emergency repairs, carry maybe another $1000.
  • Santa Ana is a dump. Why do you want to move there? Anyway, I would say at least $5000
  • Why would you want to move to California? That state is a complete mess. It has one of the highest unemployment rates (12%) in the nation.
  • A lot of different High Schools run mini-camps about a week before school starts, but many of them are open to only members of that school's team. I'd recommend VBI (Victory Briefs Institute), it's one of the best camps in the nation, and it's in California. The main session is already over, but I think there's another session in August.
  • Check around your local high schools. Chances are one of them has a debate team that runs a debate camp.
  • Im not sure why anyone would say that... technology wouldnt be distributed to one state and not the rest.
  • that's a strange question........not any more than the rest of the metropolitan states
  • for advance players! I was checking out the david beckham academy but it cost so much only because you play in the Home Depot Center and you get a free uniform and some david beckham cleats. I would prefer a camp hosted by a pro team from anywhere.Could be from the mls mexican league or england whatever.Actually just let me know of any great camps that are worth going to.
  • Don't do that those camps are rip offs I sent my little bro to the Chivas USA 1 it cost me 500 dollars it did nothing for him so I recommend if you really thing you could play do what I did go to a try out for club soccer or even if you can't and just starting you could work on your game and trust me you will pick up your game, playing there you go to tourneys all over Sal Cal it's a great experience there are alot of scouts Steve Sampson use to go to alot games if your interested hit me up ill give you some numbers for some clubs around LA there is link to one of the leagues but still hit me up ill give you some numbers
  • well it depends but the best thing u can do if u are trying to play at the college level then go to there camps when they have them thats what i did i went to san jose state, santa clara, irvine, cal poly and and i ended up getting a scholarship to play at sj state so thats the best thing u can do because then the coaches start to know u as a player
  • come to my camp I will smack the team you like off your face boy.
  • Studies have shown that the further one goes in Mathematics, the higher their income salary is. California just wants to help out. And that's pretty much what college level math is.
  • for advance players! I was checking out the david beckham academy but it cost so much only because you play in the Home Depot Center and you get a free uniform and some david beckham cleats. I would prefer a camp hosted by a pro team from anywhere.Could be from the mls mexican league or england whatever.Actually just let me know of any great camps that are worth going to.
  • not sure bro.... be here where i live in salinas ca the san jose earthquakes had try-outs in our local stadium and it was 300 bucks per player...they'll probably do it next year.... one try is better than nothing.... oh five players from salinas actually made it... so yeah....
  • come to my camp I will smack the team you like off your face boy.
  • It may not be a concealed weapon, but it would be considered a "loaded firearm" under California law, and thus subject to all the rules concerning loaded firearms. (Penal Code section 12031; People v. Heffner (1977) 70 Cal.App.3d 643.) */End of Line.
  • It's considered a firearm (Penal Code § 12001), so California firearms regulations would apply.
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  • It depends what service you are using. But it shouldn't take more then 7 to 10 days.
  • Apparently my first response could've been a bit icky since I apparently didn't read it right. Assuming that you are the one who is not a minor here, you are liable for anything and could be sued with harassment charges. There could also be a civil and criminal lawsuit filed against you for making verbal provocations. Best advice to you, act like an adult if you are actually over the consensual age, otherwise don't pursue anyone without taking the necessary consequences or rramifications into consideration
  • Doesn't matter where you live. You don't verbally use sexual advances to a minor. It's call sexual abuse. So what that means is that it is a crime. If you're the person being abused then file a complaint at your local police station. This person needs to stop what he/she is doing or things could get worse. If you're the one doing the abusing I strongly success you stop what you're doing or you could go to jail and now you're a registered sex offender.
  • It's considered a crime in most states and countries. Just don't do it. There's a reason minors are called "jail bait".
  • yep - that type of behavior could lead to a host of different charges
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  • no they do NOT have to give the employees advance notice....... most employers who drug test do unannounced random testing. your mom's friend is clueless......... EDIT: if it is the employers policy to do random drug testing then that is just what they will do. you will be watched until you provide the sample and refusing to take a drug test is the same as failing a drug test.... this is a matter of the employers policy, random drug testing is legal in every state.. for California: http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/cgi-bin/calawq...and http://www.dol.gov/asp/programs/drugs/sa...for Federal: http://www.dol.gov/workingpartners/welco...
  • This day in age everybody must anticipate that they must be required to take a drug experiment earlier to operating. It won't come as a shock anymore. If you do not need whatever to cover then you definately should not be involved approximately it.
  • No, and the manner of writing it would depend upon the context. If you are providing a legal citation it would be "People v. Heard." If you were describing the legal action you might use "People of the State of California v. Charles Heard." The longest formal title would be "People of the State of California, Plaintiff, v. Charles Heard, Defendant."
  • Prove that the property is worth less than the amount it is assessed for.
  • Only if you know of comparable property nearby that pays less taxes. You can document such evidence and make an appeal to your local assessor.
  • you have to ask for the classes. they dont just put you in them. it's mostly based on teacher recommendation. but they cant stop you from taking classes they want you to take. but if youre getting bad grades i wouldnt recommend that you take honors classes.
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  • California is a big place.To find the longitude and latitude, you need to be more specific. Where in California?
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  • Fight this tooth and nail. Get an attorney, apeal it, and the apeal again and again if you must....honestly, chances are that you will lose the first time around.. It will be very expensive, trust me I know. But having something like that on your record will hurt you more then you will ever realize. A few drinks and a stutter is all it takes in California. Some people will go as far as casting you out as an evil demon, but thats not the case. Thing is, a few drinks put you into the red and you are not guilty as most figure you are. So just fight it, and even if you lose, at least you fought it because a DUI will cost you more....such as being put on the list of Mothers Against Drunk Driving and all kinds of fun stuff that you can get harrassed for in the future.
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  • No No No you got it wrong. Unemployment does not work in California or any where else. If you are unemployed you need to get a job. @@
  • I believe the unemployment rule is about the same in all states. You do not have to work 4 quarters but you must meet the minimum in your state. It also involves your income for the time you are drawing it. It's been so long since I was drawing unemployment that I forgot the California rules. You should go to your nearest office and pick up the info that you need. No waiting in line for that
  • if there are any employees that work for gamestop in san francisco, ca, then please tell me what is the current price for a used gameboy advance sp in gamestop in san francisco, CA? I checked gamestop online, and the San Francisco locations, and the price for a Used gameboy advance sp is like $49 store. if i am wrong, then please correct me. thanks
  • 50$ http://www.gamestop.com/Catalog/ProductD...
  • target, delias, wet seal, forever 21, rue21, charlotte russe, and jcp should have cute sundresses. hope this helps! =D
  • go to target for it, best place for summer clothes and cheap!
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  • Sorry...I've got nothing... especially since it isn't NYD any longer...
  • Take to the Skies is already out in the US, it came out Oct 30th 2007 in the US. As Ambush Reality (British record label for ES) joined Tiny Evil Records to release it in the US. It's just very hard to find in stores. You can find it here http://www.smartpunk.com/product.php?item_id=23185 or here http://www.interpunk.com/item.cfm?Item=151816& I think you have a better chance of getting it online than instores. Hope this helped.
  • sorry i dont know about Cali.. Yay for enter shikari though.
  • Plants/Trees: Torrey Pine one of the rarest in the world and only in California. Animals: The Catalina Island Fox. It nearly went extinct a few years ago!
  • I showed your question to Wiped. It gave me more than 150 native plant species, including Valley Oak
  • CA is a really big state so you need to be more specific to what you are looking for. It pretty much has every type of climate and terrain. Northern CA is cooler, more seaonsal, and wetter overall compared to Southern Ca which is warmer, sunnier, and drier. The SF Bay Area is the most expensive part of the state, followed by LA, then San Diego. Inland parts of the state away from the coast tend to be the cheapest. There are good and bad neighborhoods all over the state. Housing will be the biggest expense and higher than MD, but that depends on location too. Some parts of CA are probably pretty similar to MD in housing prices but they tend to be more rural and away from big cities. I grew up in the Bay Area in a nice suburb called Walnut Creek and it is a very nice and safe place to live but very expensive now. I have been living in San Diego by the beach and I love it but it's pretty expensive though too, although not as much as the Bay Area. I'm single, make around $45k, and get by fine but I don't own a home or spend a ton of money on unessary things too.
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  • It depends on how fast you go and if you take any breaks. My bf got from Tennessee to Southern California in less than a day lol But I wouldn't advise that. Why not check out google maps?
  • Figure about 14-18 hours GA to NYC and about 72-100 hours NY to CA Btw 72 hours is a really fast trip under normal conditions and even more so under winter conditions
  • about 15 hours about 3 days
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  • The rate varies by city and county in California. You can look up the rate for your city at http://www.sale-tax.com/California
  • They can be different amounts in each local taxing district for this purpose and time in your life. Implementation of New Requirements for Certain Out-of-State Retailers to Register and Collect Use Tax Has Been Postponed by Assembly Bill 155 (AB 155) – Frequently Asked Questions http://www.boe.ca.gov/sutax/abx1-28faq.h...Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful. 08/01/2012
  • I depends on where you are. Sales taxes in California vary by city and county.
  • Calif sales tax is 7.75% except in a few localities which have passed an additional % for their community only
  • After the prison closed and Alcatraz was left vacant, a group of Native Americans attempted to claim the island on behalf of Native Americans of all tribes. The determined group went so far as to make an offer of purchase to the United States government. The sale price: $24 in beads and other trade goods. In their written proclamation, the group, known as the "Indians of All Tribes" stated that Alcatraz reminded them of an Indian Reservation because "it is isolated from modern facilities, the soil is rocky and the land does not support game." The movement generated a fair amount of public support during the early period of the 19 month occupation. But Alcatraz remote location once again made the attempted occupation difficult. It cost a great deal to keep enough supplies on the island for the population. Eventually, the numbers dwindled down to a few hold outs who were then removed from the island by federal agents. http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Nor...
  • Beyond a little (very little, actually) nightly entertainment on the evening news. They didn't.
  • The California coast in the spring is foggy and cloudy (May grey, June gloom) Locals head to the desert and the Colorado River (Palm Springs, Laughlin, Vegas) for sunshine. The weather clears at the end of June when the water starts to heat up and stays clear for the rest of the year. The best weather is July-October. BTW Ignore MW Consider San Diego for your non spring vacation plans. Mission and Pacific Beach are your best bet for fun in the sun. http://www.missionbeachonline.com/Check out this site for more info http://www.sandiego.org/nav/Visitors
  • Just got back. It's like a cesspool. LA stinks. They sold out to illegal aliens. Try another state. Everyone's broke and it's a huge mess out there. Don't waste your time or money.
  • south central alot of blacks withnbig u know whats and gang members.
  • I love it! I wish I knew what your interests are. Orange County can be anything you want it to be. A lot depends on your budget. If you choose to hang with the “High Rollers” check out the communities next to the water on the coast. The inland communities are generally less expensive. From north OC to South County there is quite an array of different ethnic and social environments. I strongly suggest you contact the Chambers of Commerce of the area you wish to explore. I am sure they will point you in the right direction. Good Luck.
  • I am thinking the same thing. I just visited Orange County last month and it is a great place. I have friends there and they have absolutely no complaints. It is the perfect distance from both LA and San Diego. If you are looking for a particular town, I would recommend Dana Point/Laguna Beach. It has absolutely everything there. Hope this helps.
  • Traffic citations in California do NOT have a fine listed on them--it is not odd at all. The current scheduled fine for illegally entering/exiting or illegally driving in the preference lane is $480. That includes all assessments. You should be aware that driving solo in the lane is NOT a point with DMV (it is not a safety violation). However, illegally entering or exiting the lane across the double yellow line IS a DMV point. You can avoid that with traffic school, which will add $50 to the fine, plus the cost of the school.
  • Unless it's changed, $381 There should be a number on the ticket to call and find out the exact amount. There can be additional assessments based on where you got the ticket and if you go to court at night, etc. I bet you ended up getting where you were going a lot later than if you stayed in traffic.
  • It doesn't say on your citation? That is unbelievably odd. Traffic citations usually include the specific dollar amount so you can pay your ticket.
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  • LACHSA is the l. a. County intense college for the humanities, placed next to Cal State l. a... yet it quite isn't an excellent community. you ought to look into Flintridge Prep, a private college placed in l. a. Cañada, 10 miles northeast of downtown l. a.. It has an superb academic recognition, and a colourful appearing arts branch. quite, a very properly-cherished actor is at the instant a pupil there (you are able to understand the call, yet i do no longer opt for to "out" anybody right here on the information superhighway). initiate searching for properties in l. a. Cañada and l. a. Crescenta. it quite is a huge place to stay, and not too far off from Hollywood and Burbank, the place you will maximum possibly be going for auditions.
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  • The California Kid Actors: Martin Sheen, Vic Morrow, Nick Nolte, and Michelle Phillips Directed by: Richard T. Heffron.
  • Okay so I have had these inline-skates for a long time and they just now broke. I have looked almost everywhere for them, but I cannot seem to find them. The skates have "RTX 4000" on the side and the wheels say "California Advanced Sports." Also there is another thing on the skate that says "ABEC-1 Racing Bearings" Please help me find another pair of these skates! (: Thank youu!
  • You are not going to find them. They are no name cheap skates. The brands disappear as soon as someone can make a cheaper skate for a discount store or they show up with a different brand name for a different store. Even the top names like Rollerblade and K2 change their models every couple years, but you can usually find a new model that is similar but better. Big hints: There is no brand name on the skate. ABEC 1 "racing" bearings. Even though ABEC is almost meaningless for inline skating, no reputable company would have ever marked an ABEC 1 bearing for racing. Aparently Target used to carry them (http://www.target.com/Adults-California-...If these are close to what you had, they are slightly better than no skates. 70mm wheels, you gotta be kidding. 70mm was smaller than mainstream skates when I started, 15 years ago. 80mm is minimum for a reasonably competent skate and is rapidly loosing out to 84 and 90mm. Plastic frames are poor. Look for skates with at least stamped metal frames. For good skates, expect one piece extruded frames. The good news is that
  • Depends on the laws that govern califonia,but in south africa could be 10 days if the other party is not objecting as to the jursidiction,or if I may say if the other party is not entering an objection.should the other party object as to the venue then another 5 days can be added for the other party to set his objection.remember with motions the pleas are in affidavid order,disputes could just be obvious issues like wrong address or misspelled street name.the most could be 20 days.just remember that motion of action differ from causes of action where we have a plaintiff and defendent.in notice of motions we have respondent and applicant.it is unlikely that the respondent would not consent to jurisdiction of another court since only affidavids are concerned.
  • $ick, I thought you were an AP. We were able to order advanced tickets online. Ticket Prices and Event Dates* Passholder Advance Purchase Price — $25 October 3, 16, 22, 23, 28, 29 General Advance Purchase Price — $29 October 10, 17, 24, 30 Halloween Price — $37 October 31 Day-of-Event Price — $37 Event Times Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday — 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Friday — 7:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Right now Oct. 24 is sold out already. If you are an AP, here's the link for the tickets. You can also call 714/781-4400. Good luck!
  • at either the Disneyland Box office or online at www.disneyland.com however, it sells out fast so i would buy them NOW!
  • On the border line of Mexico and California.
  • Magnitude 7.7 - NORTHERN SUMATRA, INDONESIA 2010 April 06 22:15:02 UTC You can find the most recent earthquakes in the website of the US Geological Survey (website address is: http://www.usgs.gov/)
  • Hi there There was a news report today that there had been an earthquake in Sumatra off the coast of Borneo. May God protect them. Best wishes. There were no details of damage caused.
  • Near Sumatra,pretty much around where the big tsunami was.
  • earthquakes happen everyday,just not in populated areas http://earthquake.usgs.gov/
  • Indonesia, yesterday.
  • in my bedroom about 2 am i even saw stars
  • Write a letter notifying them they cannot call your workplace and go to the post office to mail it. Or you could walk in with the letter and hand it to the clerk on duty at the time. Once the business has been notified, they cannot contact you again by telephone. They still can go to court and get a judgment against you. Read this article on Wikipedia : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fair_Debt_C...Fair Debt Collection Practices Act This is the text of the law about calls : http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/1...15 USC § 1692c - Communication in connection with debt collection (c) Ceasing communication If a consumer notifies a debt collector in writing that the consumer refuses to pay a debt or that the consumer wishes the debt collector to cease further communication with the consumer, the debt collector shall not communicate further with the consumer with respect to such debt, except— (1) to advise the consumer that the debt collector’s further efforts are being terminated; (2) to notify the consumer that the debt collector or creditor may invoke specified remedies which are ordinarily invoked by such debt collector or creditor; or (3) where applicable, to notify the consumer that the debt collector or creditor intends to invoke a specified remedy. If such notice from the consumer is made by mail, notification shall be complete upon receipt.
  • Yes, you have to pay your debts - or they will bug you.
  • If you are looking for a county job in Orange County try.... http://www.oc.ca.gov/Click on "jobs" to search for current openings. OR If you are looking for a California State job check out............. http://www.spb.ca.gov/index.htmThere is information there on how to get a state job and current openings. You can also check out individual city websites for jobs........ http://www.ca.gov/Government/cities.htmlHope this helps some, GOOD LUCK!!
  • Where you mean to sfo? It probably won't be necessary it rarely fills up, just get there early if you're worried about not getting on. You can buy tickets at the station.
  • Yes there is a very large deaf program at California State University, Northridge. They have a center called The National Center on Deafness. It's the largest on the West Coast. http://ncod.csun.eduI graduated from there with a major in psychology. They have their own building and a whole lot of support services and organizations, activities for the deaf. They are great! You can contact the Dept. of Vocational Rehabilitation for tuition as they help pay for tuition and books. I went there for free through them. You have to be a full time student in order to get free tuition. There's lots of information on the website. Hope that helps! If you have any other questions, feel free to ask!
  • California laws don't dictate who can ride in an ambulance. Paramedics work for private companies - it is 100% up to the paramedic who is allowed to ride in the ambulance. And they do not have to let anyone other than the patient being transported in the vehicle.
  • That isn't up to laws, it is based on the policies of the hospital and the ambulance company. In my area the ambulance only allows an adult to go with a child, and anyone can go back in the ER as long as the patient or family is good with it and the ER staff doesn't have a problem with them.
  • As everyone has said, it really isn't any law dealing with it. I'll tell you how it does work with the EMTs and hospital staff. If you are a close relative or even close friend, and if you are helping to keep the patient calm and cooperative, you will probably be allowed in. If you are freaking out, interfering with care, or agitating the patient, you will not be allowed to ride along, or at best, allowed to ride in the front with the door closed. In the ER you will be told to sit in the waiting room.
  • I have been to an ER where only 1 person was allowed with me even in the waiting room.
  • It's up to the ambulance company and the hospital, respectively.
  • Nobody is allowed unless they tell you it's OK, in either case.
  • California law is lamentably vague on this, and "standards," such as they are, vary from place to place. You can be fairly confident with one ounce or less, but for more than that you should see what local law enforcement considers lawful. Arguments can be made that whatever standard they have is unenforceable, but it is best to avoid the issue in the first place. ADD: Conviction of a felony does not disqualify a person from protection under the Compassionate Use Act.
  • Read the paper work.Remember that if you commit a felony,you can not have any weed on you.
  • It depends on what you want to do in California and which part of California you visit. If you visit southern, i.e. L.A., then just about any time between April and October is good beach weather, though there are some off days. If you goal isn't the beach, then come any other time, and enjoy some skiing. As for northern and central CA, the only good time for beach weather is during the summer, July and August being best, as those are the hottest months. However, even then it doesn't get that warm, usually around 75. And extreme north, up at the norther border just is not beach country. It just isn't good for going to the beach in the same way the rest of the state is. As far as autumn goes, it depends. If you come in early autumn say september or early october, then you will probably be fine(some years its good into November). Just a note though on water temp. In CA, the water temp is very very rarely at or above 70 degrees fahrenheit. It's typically around 60-65, so its kind of chilly. Don't come expecting tropical water temps.
  • My daughter just came back from Italy last year she compared the 2 and she loves Italy. but there was a statement she made that Central Cali is very comparable to certain parts of Italy. any where from may to October are great months for the beach. Winters in Cali can be wet or just plain dry. i hope this year it is wet. there are also lakes that you should venture to while you visit.
  • extremely hot calient 100 degreees everyday
  • Just got off the phone with EDD. I'm currently on my fourth extension. Which expires in June. I was told to keep checking website for any news or updates. The represenative I spoke to said NO as of right now. But keep checking Yahoo and google 5th extension. Hopefully there will be a 5th extension.
  • California has discontinued the EMT-II program and now has replaced it with an Advanced-EMT program. It requires less hours in school but also reduces the scope of practice of the A-EMT compared to an EMT-II. EMT-IIs can continue to practice but will be phased out as certifications lapse or they upgrade to paramedic. Sacramento County does not have EMT-II/A-EMT. You either have to be an EMT-B or a EMT-Paramedic to work in Sacramento. You will have to check with the local EMS agencies in other counties around Sacramento as they do have A-EMTs. A-EMTs are generally in the more rural counties of California so you are limiting yourself if you want to work in larger cities like Sacramento. Being an EMT-Basic or Paramedic is usually the best choice especially if you want to get into this field. You can work anywhere in the state.
  • I'm not sure about specific California laws but you have the Federal law of Family Medical Leave Act. If your employer falls under those guidelines then you are safe. you can google FMLA for more info. Also if you have short term disability you can use that for pregnancy if your doc puts you on bed rest or does not want you going to work. Short term disability is used also for your maternity leave. Hope this helps and congrats on ttc-baby dust
  • i'm pretty sure maternity leave is 3 months
  • http://www.lapregnancy.com/scoops_a-d/ca...
  • The weather in California can vary considerably. For example, in December in Los Angeles, high temps are generally in the 60's, but are sometimes much higher (even in the 80's), and low temps are generally in the 40's (but can dip into the 30's). I'd recommend checking a website like weather.com just before you leave to get an idea of the forecasted temps and whether or not rain is expected. There is a great packing list at http://mydreamcametrue.com/whattopack covering everything from clothes to other essentials that are easy to overlook. Enjoy your trip!
  • If it's your own property then no. If your an on site apartment manager then no. To be a property manager of other peoples real estate you need a broker's license. If you want to be the one who owns the company and manages the properties. check out www.dre.ca.gov that is the site for Real Estate Licensing in California.
  • well ive never been there, but i live in florida which is a pretty beachy place i guess. Pack flip flops, bathing suit, sunglasses, stuff to put you hair back with, sunscreen, idk a towel to lay out on the beach? oh and don't forget a hoody if your one of those always cold people :]
  • danger is it will be relatively heat, even warm. the only reason you will possibly elect a mild jacket is that in case you bypass to the coastline or the mountains at evening, the place it is slightly cool. different than that, my jacket maintains to be in the closet till October.
  • There is nothing to do in California-stay home.
  • just about everything to do in california.......wonder why its most populated state.......
  • USC and Cal State Long Beach. They kinesiology programs are some of the best in the country. You need youe undergrad in Kinesiology or biology, but Kin will help you complete the requirements for the Masters in PT. I am biased towards Cal State Long Beach because thats the school i attend and i originally entered as a Pre-PT major as well. The school is affordable and you get great experience opportunities through internships and volunteer work, such as at the VA hospital right next door. The adivisor for the Exercise science option which would be the one you need to major in is really friendly and she will help you as much as you can. I was able to get accepted to USC but i couldnt afford it at all, even with my scholarships and financial aid. But its up to you in the end, both schools are great
  • www.goodwinsorganics.com Not Ontario, but close I left Ca. 20 yers ago but even then there were organic foods everywhere. I lived in Riverside. Ontario Farmers Market 1701 S Mountain Ave Ontario, CA 91762
  • washington has no reciprocity with california. The cctc does not list specific states as it is subject specific. (some states will accept certain subject candidates but not others.) good luck
  • Eastacademic is correct. If you hold a CA certificate you must do the education sequence when you come to Washington. I only know this because I have a student teacher who is finishing his Washington certificate because Washington did not accept his certificate from his other state.
  • my sister got her teaching credentials in California,.....she has worked in Oregon, and Idaho,....but she also went back to school for her masters degree,......
  • I could name hundreds of species of Gulf of California flora, but below are a few: (A) Eelgrass (seagrass), Zostera marina http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/co...http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/co...(B) Brown algae (bryophyta): (1) Ralfsia pacifica (2) Sporochnus balleanus (3) Hydroclathrus clathratus (4) Colpomenia sinuosa (5) Padina mexicana (6) Dictyopteris undulata (7) Zoned fan algae (Padina durvillaei) http://tolweb.org/tree/ToLimages/zonedfa...(C) Coralline algae (Corallinaceae, Red Algae, Rhodophyta): (7) Amphiroa beauvoisii Lamouroux (8) Amphiroa brevianceps Dawson (9) Amphiroa magdalensis Dawson (10) Amphiroa misakiensis Yendo (11) Amphiroa ngida Lamouroux (12) Amphiroa valomoides Yendo (13) Amphiroa van-bosseae Lemoine (14) Red algae (kelp), Bugula californica http://seanet.stanford.edu/Bryozoa/bugula_cal580.jpg
  • established fault opposite fault Strike-slip fault established- rocks on one edge of rock airplane slip down with recognize to different rock airplane opposite- One edge of airplane is pushed up Strike-slip- rocks on opposite sides of the fault airplane circulate horizonatally previous eachother. (San Andreas Fault)
  • I'm going back to school soon & i really like the "cali" style at Hollister and places like that. I'm going shopping for tons of shoes clothes and anything i can find. If you have any stores that have types of clothing. if they have a website post it please or acknowlage that they have a web site (: thank you in advance! <3
  • I'm from California & we don't have a "look". We dress the same just like everybody else in the world. Hollister clothes you can buy anywhere. But most people I know shop at Wet Seal & Pink. The store inside Victoria Secret.
  • ok first of all fragrance is out and scented shampoos and physique soaps are in so as that way you get a extra diffused fragrance. Seabreaze is in its a great fragrance. As for hairdos the main well liked up and coming hair do is liberty spikes, long spikey hair on females. merely beware on the facets so which you will get with the aid of doorways o.k.. Pants are right this moment leg (comparable width each and each of how down) a good hybrid of flares and skinnys and extremely comfortable. Belts are good however the slider ones are extra useful than the buckling ones, as for sliders it particularly is protection stress clip or d ring ones. Shirts are tiny ts those that are quite sort setting up and sexy with gorgeous designs For shoes its checklist martins or different black boots that are stylish and dressy for any occasion with pants and sensible for each and on a daily basis positioned on. they might desire to be delicate leather-based none of those ugg boots style shoes. Crocs are nonetheless no longer cool nor will they ever be cool Hand luggage might desire to be small as conceivable or choose certainly for pants with respectable wallet so which you dont might desire to hold a hand bag.
  • Age of majority in California is 18. You can rent younger then that with a co-signer. http://marriage.about.com/cs/teenmarriag...
  • To smoke it is 18. you could smoke at any age with out a lot legal hassle, it is not the way its meant to be, however the regulation isn't precisely enforced nicely. Alcohol on the different hand is a a lot distinctive tale. it is 21 for the two finding out to purchase and eating. in the adventure that your caught possesing or eating underage, you get in vast hassle.
  • 1. As with any business endeavor, starting a business in California requires proper planning to ensure that your enterprise has all of the appropriate operating permits and licenses and remains in compliance with the laws governing businesses in the state. Certain regulations vary depending on what kind of business you are starting, so contact a legal professional who specializes in business law if you have any questions about the process or need assistance in filling out forms correctly. 2. Instructions -Develop a business plan, outlining what goods and/or services your business will offer, how you will run your business and handle things like accounting, managing employees -- if applicable -- and advertising. -Determine what type of business you wish to start. -Select a site for your business. -File a fictitious business name statement with clerk's office in the county where you will be doing business. You must do this within 40 days of actually beginning to do business. Once you have filed, you must publish a notice in an approved newspaper at least once a week for four consecutive weeks. -Apply for a business license in the county where your business is located, as well as in the city where your business is located if applicable. -Register your business with the California Franchise Tax Board. 3. Please Read more: http://www.ehow.com/how_7310772_steps-st.... .
  • I am just through seventh grade, and let me tell you my history book stunk. It was dumbed down to meet the "state standards" so all i learned was a bunch of Islam crud. barely ANYTHING was spent on the Renaissance I'm so disappointed, cause I actually like learning!
  • The 7th grade curriculum is determined by the California State Academic Content Standards. Some of the activities and projects that we will do to achieve these standards include: seventh grade curriculum consists of 20 modules, each of which contains four to seventeen topics. http://tlc.ousd.k12.ca.us/~pmates/curriculum.htm
  • nothing school is just a brainwashing institution
  • Truly advanced civilizations would have unravelled the mysteries of quantum physics and communicate over that medium, not using primitive radio signals. The chances that we would happen to catch another civilization which happens to be in the few hundred years of their evolution where they are using radio signals are very slim indeed. No wonder we hear nothing. If we had a device however that could hear transmissions over the quantum medium, we would likely hear endless chatter and be able to watch alien TV shows. Thoughts?
  • By request: When I refer to communicating through the quantum media, i am referring to the ability of quantum particles to experience entanglements and strange interactions where a quantum particle here may affect a quantum particle a million miles away as if they are adjacent. In this way, quantum particles can interact outside of our physical universe - as if interconnected by impossibly small wormholes. If one could master this in a communication device, one could allow communications over vast distances instantaneously instead of limited by the speed of light through the physical medium of space. A civiliation 3 million light years away could communicate with us instantaneously, in real time rather than taking 3 million years for the signal to reach us. To them, communicating via radio waves would seem as practical as taking a covered wagon to California.
  • Truly advanced civilizations would most likely NOT be completely biological. They would be (hate to say it), "Borg-like" - a combination of robotics and biologic material. As robotics become more pervasive and attain consciousness (within 50 years), in order to compete, biologic humans will have to take the best of these robotic abilities, probably using nano-technology, to compete. It is quite possible that "humans" of 1 million years hence will have quantum-based nanotic computers within their brains that would allow them to communicate through the quantum media using only "telepathy" and no outward devices.
  • Well, when you figure out how a "truly advanced" civilization uses "quanta-com", you can use it to look for them. In the mean time, us Cretans will look at what we know. I am actually more critical of the frequency range chosen by the S.E.T.I. The so called "Water Hole" of frequencies are used with limited power here at home and tend to attenuate fairly easy. I don't suspect they get out of the atmosphere with too much strength. I would focus more on the 30MHz to 400MHz range. Our first RF transmit ions used this range because it were fairly simple to propagate. Physics being Universal, the same facility would be true for other civilizations. These signals are sent with high power from omni-directional antennas. Again, we should look for what we know. Now there is some buzz going around about a few positive finds with the S.E.T.I. search. It seems that we have picked up modulated signals from near Pegasi51 and from the vicinity of Sirius. After S.E.T.I. reviewed the data, they claimed it to be of terrestrial origin, but the received direction was verified from multiple global sites. There are some who claim a conspiracy to hide the data. I am not sure, but based on the Drake equation, I am surprised we haven't been overwhelmed with RF evidence. RF has safe and advantageous applications, perhaps not on the side of your head or in the family kitchen, but no observable il-effects from TV & Radio Broadcast. Again, we con only look for what we know. P.S. Good luck on that "Quanta-Com" thingy! :-) Additional - If you want to discuss quantum entanglement, you should place it in it's own question. Of course the first thought any communications field person had with the anouncement of Q.E. was "can it be modulated?". The current answer is "no". The particles' relationship is severed when one of them interacts with another. It makes the most sense that the sum of the severed particle's peices must equal that of the particle. What this new branch of Mechanics is teaching us has more to do with the complex relationship between the pieces and not really the interaction of separated peices. Before Q.E. was discovered, it had been assumed that the severed particles fluxuated randomly, but we now know that the fluxuations are syncronised. As for S.E.T.I. is will stick to my previously stated point, we must look for what we know. If Q.E. somehow or another provides us with a communication technology, then I would extend to you a challenge to figure a more effective means to identify Extra Terrestrial Intelligent life, Borg or not.
  • Intergalactic communication by radio would involve 10^7+ year time lags. Even such short range INTRAgalactic communication would only lower the lag into the 10^2+ or so range for most of the Galaxy. The purpose of SETI is to search for other intelligent life but any communication is likely to be of the 'letter in a bottle' variety, reaching out in the hope of doing some good, somewhere, with long term communication with a nearby entity, only a faint possibility. Note that if we do capture a stray signal, there will be a question of whether it is safe to open a dialogue.
  • Advanced technological societies like ours are probably very short lived. Well under 500 years. this would explain the absence of communications. Space is the quantum medium, the range of electro-magnetic radiation is well known to us. The longer radio waves have the best chance to penetrate any obstacles between us and a possible transmitter. Radio waves are not really primitive. Gamma, x-ray or light waves would be a very poor choice. I"m sorry to disagree with you, but maybe I"m missing something.
  • Well, as far as radio waves go, they are simple and easy to construct and as such a lesser civilized society could produce them. The main thing to remember is that radio waves do not travel as quickly as some other waves (light, etc..) so it takes a really long time to travel the cosmos. With the nearest star being alpha centauri (or one of a few in that region) at approximately 50 lightyears away... it would take 50 years for light to travel that distance and SIGNIFICANTLY longer for radio waves to travel that distance so if we were to recieve these waves, it would be a snapshot of that civilization at the time the radio waves were produced. Just as somewhere our signals could be recieved (imagine "I Love Lucy" being an alien iconic television series that they use to define our civilization hundreds of years from now). This is basically an essential step in wavelength education and progression and is one we can assume most carbon based societies would develope, so this way we can search for civilizations equal to as well as more advanced where as quantum mechanics would be an even smaller window... I'm sure if they had the funding and abilities they would do both however, radio waves are much cheaper and easier to recieve (as well as creating a larger window of receptive opportunity)... at least at this stage of our evolution.
  • You are probably correct that advanced civilizations would probably not use any form of radio waves for communication but, like us, would understand that radio waves would be a good way to give notice of their existence. They might well build a transmitter just for that purpose. On the other hand it might not be a good idea to announce one's existence in case there was a "civilization" of Osama bin Ladens out there.
  • even if the aliens were using another form of emission like visible light or microwaves or gamma rays even the energy from those different frequencies would still cause trace radio emissions. however, we are looking for an on off pattern or variables of that. maybe they aren't sending a signal that way, even if they are using radio, plus they might also be sending patterns so slow, that we would scan over them, before we would see an on and off in that pattern. you have a good point
  • You are offering opinions without any evidence to support your conclusions. Not all extraterrestial civilizations will have attained space travel. SETI not only searchs for radio waves but also radiation, stars emit radio waves as do other celestial phenomina. Perhaps there is truly nothing out there.
  • What's wrong with radio? Why would we abandon it, just because we had something better? It still would work, but might become more specialized. Your hypthesis of the radio era lasting less than 1,000 years is based on a sampling of how many advanced civilizations?
  • we can only guess to assume that other "life" out there will even be of an organic composition such as we. divergent paths of organic life form evolution leave countless possibilities that might lead us (or anything) to where we are today. chunk in a healthy measure of certainty that we are not really that far along in the evolution of communication skills and then consider that "life" may exist way out of what we consider the 'organic fringe' then you have a mighty huge dart board and we are only striking into very tiny areas hoping for a score. a statistical certainty isn't a guarantee.
  • Your assessment about advanced civilizations is sound. However, SETI isn't looking for advanced civilizations exclusively. Any artificial radio signals would be a sign that we're not alone in the universe, and that's the main thrust of SETI.
  • Yes. All of California is in the Pacific Time zone. On March 8th you'll switch to Pacific Daylight Time, so clocks will be advanced one hour at that time.
  • Has California really made a comeback? Japan has the most advanced mobile phone market. They also have many other technologies that far surpass what we have in the US. Check your sources and see in what way each country is better. I bet that both have their advances and weaknesses.
  • Well...considering that the Japanese INVENTED the original art of industrial THEFT, maybe its time we got something back for all we gave away to them for FREE... Don't feel so bad. The clock has a pendulum that swings one way then the other.
  • San Diego, Lake Forest, Irvine, Downey, Arcadia, Corona, Riverside, Azusa, San Clemente, Covina, Compton, Inglewood, Escondido, Chino, Rancho Cucamonga, Redlands, Malibu, Pacific Palisades, Yorba Linda, Orange, Buena Park, Oceanside, Laguna (hills and beach), Whittier, Dana Point, San Dimas, Costa Mesa, La Verne, Ontario, Lake Elsinore, City Of Industry, Brentwood, Garden Grove, Yucaipa... and so many more... if you want more just ask :)
  • We see this daily for the duration of this communicate board: all human beings desires to bypass here, and is calling for “low fee/low fee and secure". in spite of the undeniable fact that, certainly one of those place merely doesn’t exist; the two words are mutually unique. that is all approximately grant and insist: If that is in SoCal, then that is not going to be low fee first of all. If that's a secure section, then that is extra high priced. in case you decide on sturdy faculties, upload a pair hundred greenbacks a month on authentic of it. in case you prefer to stay here and revel interior the climate, then you could pay for it. you submit with the smog and the site visitors, get excitement from the climate and pay your lease or very own loan. the favored value interior the l. a. section, regardless of the drop in genuine property, is on the brink of $4 hundred,000. fairly effective areas (like the West l. a. section) fairly run $a million million or extra. prefer to stay close to the sea coast? assume to pay a top type. To be elementary, i do no longer think of you would be waiting to truly hit upon a 3BR domicile everywhere for under $3 hundred,000, until that's a reall "fixer top". "l. a." is unquestionably one of those huge place, there are certainly one of those great sort of neighborhoods/cities the place you may stay. of direction, even interior of a city or community, there are safer sections and much less-secure sections. In l. a., some effective sections are West l. a., Brentwood, Westwood, Marina Del Rey, Playa Del Rey, Los Feliz, Silverlake, Eagle Rock, Encino, Tarzana, Studio city, Toluca Lake, Granada Hills, woodland Hills, Sherman o.ok., West Hills, Chatsworth. To the east: South Pasadena, areas of Pasadena, Altadena, Arcadia, Monrovia, Glendora, San Dimas, Laverne, Azusa, Rancho Cucamonga. alongside the sea coast: Santa Monica, Marina Del Rey, Playa Del Rey, Redondo sea coast, ny sea coast, Hermosa sea coast, Torrance, Palos Verdes, Rancho PV. In Orange County aka "The OC": Seal sea coast , Huntington sea coast , Newport sea coast , Corona Del Mar , Laguna sea coast , Dana component , Capistrano sea coast , San Clemente , Brea, Yorba Linda, Orange, Tustin, Irvine, Laguna Hills, Rancho Santa Margarita, Lake woodland To the west: Agoura, Calabasas, Thousand o.ok., Westlake Village, Simi Valley, Moorpark. that's no longer an all-inclusive record, in spite of the undeniable fact that that's a start up.
  • There's a lot. I'm not going to name them, because there are hundreds, but I will give you a map to look at: http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&ll=34.12...
  • 1.) http://www.birdsnways.com/birds/bradc.ht...2.) http://www.birdsnways.com/birds/breeders...Here are two helpful links. The first link is for breeders in the states C through D, starting with California and ending with District of Columbia. The second link is a more advanced link. This way, you can look up Australian King Parrot with California, and you get more returns specified to your search. Either way, they both bring up breeders of various species (including Australian King Parrot) with contact information, hand feeding, and hand rearing. Good luck!
  • I'm not really sure where you can buy them but maybe ask a pet store where can u get them ... sorry for not really helping good luck :) x
  • What part of California? I live in San Diego (Southern California) and the weather is nice and warm, you could go to the beach and probably tan there for a little, but the water is so cold it isn't worth it.
  • It's pretty warm there. The highest it can get is like about the mid-80s and the lowest is like the 60s.
  • It's pretty hot...from 70's to 90's but amazing part is...you don't sweat ^_^
  • Its going to be warm this week end.
  • I thought advanced play was up to 14 times. anyway, they pay you & issue another ticket. cheers!
  • If you have given written notice at least 24 hours in advance, you may enter whether or not tenant is present, whether or not tenant gives express permission, whether or not tenant lets you in. All you need is a legitimate reason: e.g. inspect the property, make necessary repairs, show to prospective tenants & realtors, etc.
  • YES Read the lease google CA LL/tenant laws must be written notice
  • Yes, you can. You can't touch their things though, I do not know what you are thinking you will prepare. Do not lay a finger on their personal property, nor go in there and harass them for rent.
  • Once 24 hour written notice is given you can enter with your own key and it doesn't matter if they are home or not.
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  • yes use your key
  • I want to plan a trip to California for mid March ... I have been to Cali before but i was really little - all i remember is La Hoya being beautiful - it was like a down town area with lots of shops and a beach.... Can anyone who lives in Cali or been there - tell me the best place to book my hotel ( city & which hotel ) What are some good attractions in the La Hoya / San Deigo area. I will be staying there for 4 nights. Also how will the weather be around March? any information about is much appreciated!
  • La Joya is very beautiful, however it is the 'ritzy' part of town. The Gaslamp district in downtown San Diego is always fun, or even Old Town. Another place that is fun is Seaport Village, it has lots of little shops, adorable. Also, Point Loma is lots of fun, near the lighthouse there is a tide pool area that you can check out. Lots of things to see. As to best place to book your hotel...are you talking about in San Diego or in all of California? Either way, there are A LOT of places to stay and visit, so picking 'the best' is like picking a needle out of a haystack. However, the weather will be nice here in March, maybe cool nights, but warm days. Hope this helps, and good luck!
  • The only thing I can say is what little I know. My parents use to live in San Jose. They had a house and it cost them about $90,000 for a pie shaped lot about 30 years or so ago. When my dad retired they moved to Hemet which is near San Diego and they found it a lot less expensive to live. I don't know the cost of living now but do a little work before you go. Contact a trusted realtor where you live now and ask him or her to do some checking on apartments, etc. where you plan to move. They should be able to give you some info. If not, check with the better business bureau or chamber of commerce. They should be able to give you some help. Whatever you decide to do, I wish you the best of everything. I don't know how much help I've been.
  • Do San Deigo. and the weather about that time is starting to warm up. Can be in the high 60's to mid 70's
  • The Name of the City is spelled "La Jolla". Stay at The Lodge at Torrey Pines - www.lodgeattorreypines.com. The Concierge will tell you all the places to visit.
  • This is the 2nd time management in my building shut off water for repairs without previous notice. They claimed they put notices up last night but did not. Is this illegal in Los Angeles county? The 1st time it happened the water was on but brown. I asked when was it going to be drinkable again and one replied, "Just act like your in Mexico and don't drink the water." Today its completely off with no eta.
  • Check out the book "California Tenants' Rights" By Janet Portman, David Wayne Brown, on Page 247: Your landlord could be liable for damages CC 789.3
  • It's perfectly reasonable for the water to be shut off while repairs are being made - not to leave the water off for days at a time, but for long enough for the pipes to be fixed. Sounds like management needs to communicate a little better with you, but this also sounds like a short-term inconvenience. - Stuart
  • I would advise you to go to your library and get the book Renters Rights. it will explain all laws.
  • My landlord and her crew of plumber knocked on my door yesterday at 8am and just basically shoved themselves into my room. Then yesterday afternoon she called and told me they'd be here again at 9:30am. I'm a college student and don't really have the cojones to say no whenever this stuff happens. I'm just really mad right now because I have an important test today and stayed up pretty late and this lady is making me leave my property in the morning without even a day's notice.
  • Your question is misleading based on the detail you added. What you're really asking is how much notice do they have to give you to enter your apartment. When they just come in for the day to do repairs, you don't have to leave. If it is an emergency, they don't have to give any notice at all. Below is an interpretation of the California civil code regarding this issue: Civil Code 1954 Under Civil Code 1954, the landlord may enter your unit without your permission ONLY: (1) in an emergency, like a fire or broken pipe, or (2) upon reasonable advance notice, and then ONLY: (A) to inspect, repair, or show the apartment, (B) during normal business hours [presumably Mon.-Fri. 8AM-6PM] (C) 24 hours is presumed to be sufficient notice (D) You do not have to be home when they come, but the landlord is liable for anything stolen or broken. (D) The notice must identify a date and reasonable time range [like an hour] within which the entry will occur (E) The notice MUST be written [not oral or e-mail], except if a WRITTEN notice that realtors will be showing the property is given, for the next 120 days only an oral telephonic 24 hour notice is required [business hour limit still applies] (G) The right of entry can't be "abused", so that an open house, lock box, extended repair, daily entry, or excessive range of entry time are probably all "abuses" which you have the legal right to prevent.
  • It sounds like you may be renting a room. If this is the case then you are a lodger not a tenant & have limited rights. If you are renting an apartment & not just a room then they must give you 24 hr notice to enter unless it was an emergency repair or something you requested. If you submitted a work order for this repair then you waive the right to any additional notice to enter. They have the right to come fix it a soon as they can. She cannot make you leave either. You have the right to be present during repairs unless the repair makes the unit uninhabitable.
  • It depends on the repairs, something like the water being turned off they can give you 24/48 hours notice. Something major then they can need to give longer. ETA: Was there an issue with the plumbing that you knew about? Or did you report it? If you submitted a work order then that means you know they will be coming in to fix the problem. Obviously it is a major one if they had to come back, so she called the night before to inform you that they would be there at such and such a time.
  • The landlord has to inform 24 hours of repair person's entry to the rental. Whether you leave the property is up to you and what type of work.
  • 24 hours
  • I asked this question yesterday, but I didn't get enough answers. Would it be a good idea to buy them from Target, because we have no other sporting good stores around here. Here they are! It think they're cute, and they look pretty durable! There's two pairs! Which one? http://www.target.com/California-Advanced-Sports-Rapidfit-Skates/dp/B000YPNDBY/sr=1-2/qid=1201455478/ref=sr_1_2/602-4462948-3715853?ie=UTF8&index=target&rh=k%3Arollerblades&page=1 http://www.target.com/Girls-Glitter-Adjustable-In-Line-Skates/dp/B0007QNZXG/sr=1-10/qid=1201455478/ref=sr_1_10/602-4462948-3715853?ie=UTF8&index=target&rh=k%3Arollerblades&page=1 Thank you SO much to all who answer, you are all lifesavers! God bless you all!
  • i like the California-advance pair (the first pair) but i love pink so i guess that why i would pick that pair......i am not sure if it is good to buy them from Target, i think they should be okay but i guess you won't know until you try them.....good luck
  • The law states you need a permit - but it doesn't state that they are required to give them out. So, you can apply for a permit, and they'll deny you. I've had a few friends try for permits, and they are pretty much impossible to get in California. Other states allow ownership of large cats. Texas, I think is one of them. Florida, maybe? You can research it online.
  • You would need a wildlife permit and they are difficult to get. You don't want a big cat for a pet anyway. They are too wild and dangerous and are not happy in captivity.
  • Not sure if you can own wild animals but I think you can with a permit,I live in Arizona and in someone's backyard they have a MONKEY in a cage weird right.but I have seen many stuff were there pets get taken away becuase they are wild.like this one guy who had a goose and the zoo took it away from him:(
  • Even if its not or if it is DONT HAVE A WILD ANIMAL AS A PET what if it hurts someone HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF THAT ,,JUST DONT HAVE A PUMA
  • no. just no
  • If you're going to drive it on the street, aftermarket performance parts need to be C.A.R.B. (California air resources board) approved to be legal. The emissions inspections are designed to catch illegal mods along with missing or non functioning emissions devices.
  • I do not know where to find the laws on it, but my friends are working on my buds car getting rid of the speed inhibitors set in there from the factory. I remember them telling me it is illegal. Just don't get caught whatever you do. (I think this is what you mean by tuning.) But its a common sense thing why it would be illegal, there is no autobahn in California.
  • I'm just taking a guess, but I think as long as you pass the emission tests then your fine. But that's pretty hard to due when your throwing on big cams and such. I think that the drag cars there are not street legal, so they have the racing titles that do not need to pass emissions. then again, I'm guessing.
  • as long as you use "street legal" parts
  • My GPA is 2.6 or 2.7 as of right now. I'm a junior. I'm going to pull my GPA up to a 3.8 to a 4.0. I live in Mississippi. I haven't taken any advance courses, because my school doesn't offer many. I have taken two years of Spanish. I'm going to take the ACT soon. I'm in three clubs: FCA, History - VP, and SADD - Officer. I want to know if I would be able to get into universities like UCLA, Berkeley, USC, or UCSF. I really want to go to one of these, preferably Berkeley. I know i can improve my grades enough to get a 3.8 or higher. If you know of anything to help me in getting accepted, please don't hesitate to share. Thanks =]
  • Honestly, California residents with 4.0s and handfuls of advanced classes are still worried about getting into schools like those nowadays. Considering your GPA right now is below the UC requirement and that you're out of state, chances are extremely slim. However, you might have a shot at some of the lower UCs or a state. Like the person above said, there is no way you can raise a 2.7 to a 3.8 in one year. And there's definately no way your cumulative GPA will be a 4.0, because that would mean you never received anything lower than an A before. I know for a fact that the UC application deadline is before the first semester even ends, so you can only rely on junior year grades to boost your GPA.
  • I'm sorry there is no way for you to get into UC and your out of state (minimum is 3.8) and they calculate your premiliary GPA (10-11) for admission and even if you improve you cannot get in anyways because you fall ROCK BOTTOM in 10-11 grade GPA and your out of state I'm sorry if i'm too harsh but its the truth, even 3.8 and 1800/2400 + SAT scores and INSTATE students are worried that if they can get in or not
  • How do you pull your grades up 1.1 with only 1 year left? Your senior year does next to nothing for your gpa because you begin applying after the first quarter.
  • maximum possibly into u.s. and that i could say yeah for SDSU, yet in specific circumstances college acceptances are extraordinary. make certain you have a backup plan. besides, you look valuable approximately what seems solid on an application, yet do you have volunteer hours? What approximately activities, golf equipment, and different greater effective curriculars?
  • There is no California Republican Caucus (other than the name given to a group of California Republican legislators). The delegates to the Republican National Convention will be selected in a primary election.
  • There is no such thing. How to Become President of the United States http://voices.yahoo.com/how-become-presi...
  • Or provide me some on-line resources as to where I can find info about the history of California and how it was in the 1840's? This is the era of Spain's colonization along the coast with it's missionaries I believe... but I need as much detailed information about it as possible. If anyone could help me out here, I'd be very appreciative! Thanks in advanced.
  • California was pretty much where it still is, as to setting, However IF you do a bit of investigating you will find out the early history with regard to being a Spanish colony and a possession of Mexico..
  • just google it.
  • The Elite model, California Proposition 187 (also known as the Save Our State (SOS) initiative) was a 1994 ballot initiative to establish a state-run citizenship screening system and prohibit illegal aliens from using health care, public education, and other social services in the U.S. State of California. Voters passed the proposed law as a referendum in November 1994; it was the first time that a state had passed legislation related to immigration, customarily an issue for federal policies and programs. The law was challenged in a legal suit and found unconstitutional by a federal court. In 1999, Governor Gray Davis halted state appeals against the ruling.
  • California is the most restrictive states in the U.S. when it comes to guns and gun ownership. If you are on private property and not within the city limits there should be no legal reason why you couldn't shoot. It really depends on the particular area you plan to shoot in, and if there are any local codes or restrictions. Check with the local police to be sure.
  • Out past 29 palms (Southern California). There are areas sectioned off by the B.L.M. Contact local authorities prior to driving out there due to restrictions caused by people offroading. There is also a sweet spot out in Escondido (also B.L.M.) that is on top of some hills. I have not been there for a couple of years but well worth the drive.
  • Yes, in rural areas outside the city limits[on your own property].
  • california teachers salaries are low but depending upon what you teach the salary will vary. You will probably need to be certified by a school in the USA. Contact schools in the area you are interested in living. They'll help you.
  • I live in OC California but it's still hard to tell you what the bill will be. It depends on your usage. We pay just under $300 per month in the Summer for a 3 bdrm house and around $180 in the Winter. But we don't skimp on AC & my husband works from home so I would say we use a little more electric than the average. Not sure that helps you but best of luck!
  • When you say "internet business" do you mean like an internet cafe or something like that, or do you mean an online business website based in California? If it is the latter, I don't believe you need any licenses or anything to start. You can build an online business and then either consider yourself self-employed for tax purposes, as a sole proprietor, or look into different types of corporations. It would be best to talk to an accountant in those circumstances as they could tell you your best options to pay the least amount of tax, etc. I started my online business just as an individual. If it grows large enough (here's hoping) I will then consider my options.
  • There are plenty of California paid focus groups and other consumer research studies all across the U.S. and beyond. I found plenty on Focus Group Magic. Just last week I made a quick $50 bucks for less than a half hour study. So yes, you definitely heard right about paid focus groups, it is a great legitimate way for people to make some extra cash, because businesses all around conduct these all the time - especially when the want to release new product.
  • hello thanks in advance. my gf lives in California and i live in Massachusetts. so i don't know how to give her money if she needs any. im hoping to open a free checking account so we could both have a debit card and i can deposit money when ever i need to, but really anything works as long as i can give her money. ive been looking this sh####### up forever please help i dont know if youll need this but my zip is 02360 and hers is 91768 thaaaaaaaank you
  • How about online banking! Link below.
  • I don't think that was actually a question but you could use a major bank like Bank of America, Chase or Wells Fargo together either with two separate accounts and each knowing account numbers, linked accounts or a shared account.
  • I recently bought this knife http://img515.imageshack.us/img515/4863/picture954dg0.th.jpg http://img208.imageshack.us/img208/3209/picture961ky1.th.jpg Those two pictures show the size and the blade. It's very small, the blade is made so that it is good for cutting boxes and etc. It's not for stabbing, originally it was intended for japanese wood working. Would I be in trouble for carrying that knife as a neck knife in California? Thanks in advanced for all the help.
  • Mark is, unfortunately, incorrect. Any fixed-blade knife is a dirk or dagger under California law, and this would qualify. (Pen C 12020, see People v. Rubalcava, 23 Cal.4th 322.) That does not make it illegal to possess in general, but it would make it illegal to possess concealed (e.g., in your pocket). It would be permissible to have it openly carried in a belt sheath, so long as the sheath was always fully visible.
  • No problem if blade is less than 2 to 2-1/2 inches, and the knife pictured is not a switchblade, butterfly knife, spring-blade knife, snap-blade knife, gravity knife or any other similar type knife, dirk or dagger, belt knife, or lipstick case knife. Do not carry on school grounds without official permission. 626.10. Do not attempt to carry it on an airplane.
  • It is not a firearm under California Law, however it is not under primitive hunting season laws either being too advanced. It can be used where only bow hunting is allowed, and is a cool weapon, It takes a lot of practice to get hunting good with it so be ready before you go out most will be covered by the instructor when you get your hunting lic.
  • No, it isn't a firearm. A firearm is classified as a weapon which uses an explosive (gunpowder) to propel a projectile. A bow does not use an explosive of any kind.
  • 16 and some restrictions....don't know on off my top of my head
  • 17
  • 16. It should be 18 though
  • Hot guys/Hot girls. There are a lot of blondes! But to me people there are stuck up, and seem to stare a lot. The night life is decent. Things there are expensive! So if you are planning to stay in a hotel, or just visit in general, bring lots of money, nothing is free. The beaches are beautiful! There is boating, para-sailing, touring, sightseeing etc. It's really nice. One of my favorite places to go during the summer. I'm not sure about music, my taste in music is pretty weird so..... Hotels: http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotels-g32588...I hope I helped, somehow....
  • This weekend I am going to an Indian Gaming Casino with my GF and her 18yr old sister. We called in advance and specifically asked them how old a person needs to be to gamble. 18 years old. Obviously, if you wanted to drink, that's 21. But, in the state of California, it's 18 to gamble.
  • 18 i think. Well to buy a lotto ticket you need to be 18. As far as going into a casino... i think 21.
  • First off, Samm....Nancy Pelosi is a U.S. Congresswoman......not State so she has no bearing on state level funding or spending. Get your levels of government correct. There are many factors why California is in so much debt......I will try to list a few. First high unemployment.......so, lack of income tax. High foreclosure rate.........lack of property tax. Over crowded prison conditions.............50K+ a year spent on each inmate. If we changed our sentencing structure and get rid of a few Batman and Robin ludicrous laws, we would reduce the inmate population. The initiative process........California allows its citizens to place initiatives on the ballot, sounds great, we are part of the policy making process, but, we don't want to PAY for these bonds, etc.......high-speed rail comes to my mind. We have over 38 million residents in this state......and the distribution of wealth is all over the map. We have some of the richest people in the country (who are taxed very low) and we have some of the poorest people in the country that use a lot of social services, which we can not fund. Many of these programs are federally mandated and the state is not taking in enough money to fund them, so they get cut and the state is penalized by the Feds. Education......Property taxes fund our education system and the Feds contribute to it. But, Proposition 13 severely cut the needed funding to keep our system viable. We rank near the bottom in education. Oh, state employees......yes, we work for the State but many of us work for departments that are not funded by state tax dollars. And we are furloughed 3 Fridays each month......and, this saves the state nothing but bolsters our dictator, I mean governor's power and ego. Now, he's spending hundreds of thousand of dollars fighting lawsuits brought against him because of furloughs.
  • Estimated state tax revenues for 2009: $70 billion Budget proposed by the Democrats in June 2009: Spending on education: $50 billion Spending on welfate programs: $30 billion Spending on Everything Else: $20 Billion
  • I really don't know. But house prices are very high and the wages are the same. Farmers are restricted on water usage. Truckers (18 wheelers) need some kind of special engine to be able to drive through California. Not sure, we should ask Arnold S. (Gov.). What the heck is going on with CA?
  • Short version is the voters figured out they could spend money we didn't have and then failed to find a way to pay for it.
  • It is called being a welfare state, too many government programs, high cost of living due to paying too high of taxes, and poor management of their funds.
  • It is controlled by democrats and they have over promised programs that can not be paid for...hummmmm, that sounds familiar. The governor is but one republican in a left wacko state.
  • They elected a crazy woman called Nancy Pelosi! That should explain this.
  • Ronald Reagan use to be the governer.
  • The largest influx of black Americans came from the south during the Depression like whites and during the war when there was war work for them in shipyards in Oakland and airplane factories in Los Angeles like everyone else and they stayed. They could get better jobs in California than picking cotton or being a boot black. It was after the Civil Rights movements of the 1960s that black people were more able to get housing in places other than South Central L.A. or the ghettoes after the anti-discrimination laws were passed. They could never rent or buy places in most neighborhoods. In El Segundo they used to have signs saying No Negroes Allowed. Things have changed a lot. Where you find people congregating of any ethnic or racial minority is for self-preservation and they establish their roots and build a community.
  • Most Blacks came to California in the early 20th century from the period of time between 1900-1950. Most African Americans left the South during that period of time in order to gain more work opportunities and to be free from discrimination.
  • actual, there is an Asian-American Pacific Islander month (would), Hispanic Month (September), females's historic past Month (March), community American historic past Month (November). i don't think of it really is racist to ask about having a white historic past month - it really is a valid question. the major reason that there is no longer a white historic past month is because the accomplishments and achievements of white people (really white adult males). those who make a contribution should be recognized - there is easily no longer some thing incorrect with this. White adult males and white people many times have contributed plenty to this society and that is tremendous. yet different communities made contributions too and it really is uncomplicated for the contributions of different communities to get drowned out, forgotten, or perhaps actively denied each and every now and then. a number of it really is racism, yet for my section a number of of it has to do with numbers -- there are lot more suitable white people so it follows that there should be more suitable white people to honor besides. So, those "months" are reminders to assist us do no longer forget that all people had a hand in making this united states of america tremendous. I agree that we could continuously have equality. yet in reality, racism has no longer lengthy gone away (keep in options James Byrd being dragged from the decrease back of a pickup truck till his head got here off - wasn't that in the previous ...). that is why people proceed to spotlight it and strive against it. So we could strive against it. in case you do not imagine that racism exists - imagine about this. If racism and sexism did not exist - why ought to we nevertheless - in 2008 - be asking if united states of america is waiting for a "black" president? Or a "female" president? If there have been actual equality - we does no longer even imagine about asking those questions. in spite of everything, in fields were there is more suitable equality - we do not ask those questions. We in no way ask if the NFL is waiting for a "black" football participant or if the clinical field is waiting for a "female" nurse. yet we do ask about this in different places - which propose that equality does no longer exist. the bottom line is that we've freedom of speech, so all people is loose to precise how they sense about it. If we can't do this then we does no longer be living in united states of america.
  • Freed blacks came for the gold just like everyone else. I'd say 1949 or 50.
  • "Unfortunately, the following visa status holders cannot establish residency regardless of the length of time in California: B-1, B-2, C, D-1, D-2, F-1, F-2, H-2, H-3, J-1, J-2, M-1, M-2, O-2, P-1, P-2, P-3, P-4, Q, and TN/TD." Your visa does not allow you to establish residency for tuition purposes. The link is for a college in Irvine but the regulation applies to all CA public colleges and universities.
  • The term "resident" has many meanings depending on the agency that you are trying to prove you are a "resident" too, and each one of those agencies have different requirements to determine residency status. For example the USCIS term for a resident is a green card holder, the DMV terms residents as having lived in a state for 30-60 days (varies from State), universities deem a resident who is here on a non-student visa and has resided in the state for 12 months for other reasons other than to study. So my questions to you are: 1) Who are you trying to prove that you are a resident to? 2) What are you trying to obtain? 3) What is your current status in the U.S?
  • Is your parents on J1 visa? J1 Visa is a non-immigrant which mean you intent leave US. You need to get Green Card first in order to become US Citizenship. Ways to Get a Green Card Through your family member – a U.S. citizen or a Green Card holder can sponsor you for permanent residence. Through the DV (Diversity Visa) lottery program that is held every year. Through employment – in this category, a qualified U.S. employer has to sponsor you. Through Refugee Status or Asylum. Through investment.
  • If this is a question about what to file for CA - 540 or 540NR, you'll be using a 540. If it's earned in CA, they want the money.
  • You are not a CA resident.
  • No. Plain and simple you are an illegal and should try becoming a leagal citizen
  • Then what are you? Why type all of the useless drivel and just say you are another clan of illegal aliens?
  • Not sure what your question is.
  • what are you then ...illegals
  • The only place I know of is Kroger, and I don't think there are any in California. However, check with local pharmacies! If you tell them you need it for a project, they might be able to help you find some. They often get shipments of certain medications that include dry ice, and I'm sure they would give you some. Also, local universities/colleges might be able to get you some.
  • Try this one: http://www.dryicedirectory.com/usa.htmI entered the area code of my home phone and it showed me 4 places where I can buy dry ice, including an AM PM Mini Market.
  • Publix...but i dont know if there are any in cali. I just remember that they had some during october
  • Are you going to run for Lieutenant Governor? Lol.... I was the Democratic nominee for my congressional district in the 2012 election. I'm a 47 year old woman, I'm an attorney who makes a fairly high amount of money. First, I needed to file the necessary forms with the Secretary of State by raising a fee (I don't know what it is in your state, it was $3200 in mine.) You can then either run as an independent to qualify for ballot access (it's usually at least $500,000...I raised about $1.1M, only about $150,000 of which was my own money) or run in your party's primaries to win the nomination, which you THEN need to qualify for ballot access further. My name appeared on the ballot on November 6, 2012. I lost the election because my district is strongly Democratic...but it was fun! I imagine the system is fairly similar for the Lieutenant Governor's race in California.
  • To become a candidate for statewide office, file the necessary forms with the Secretary of State. For Lt Gov, you will need 10,000 signatures of registered voters or a filing fee of around $2600.
  • File a petition.
  • pay the fee and the fee
  • Main question. Probably about 48.3% in that period based on overall US rates according to CDC. The 1998-1991 period was something of a low point for circumcision. The medical organisations didn't yet realise there were medical benefits and there was a noticeable decline. Percentage of men currently circumcised: Probably about 80%. Latest figures: In a paper published by CDC on the 2nd of this month it stated (also the source of the 48.3% figure): "To monitor trends in in-hospital NMC during 1999--2010, CDC used three independent data sources (the National Hospital Discharge Survey [NHDS] from the National Center for Health Statistics, the Nationwide Inpatient Sample [NIS] from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, and the Charge Data Master [CDM] from SDIHealth) to estimate rates of NMC. All three data sources underestimate the actual rate of NMC because none of the datasets include NMC performed in the community...." They claimed that the incidence of NMC was 56.9% in 2008 in NHDS, 56.3% in 2008 in NIS , and 54.7% in 2010 in CDM. Given the recent publication would seem to be the most up to date information. In the same paper it estimated that NMC was only 48.3% in 1988-1991. Also a survey of parents found the following result: Hospital 62% Pediatrics Office 26% Other 12% Therefore if the survey is representative of US and California then the current rate of neonatal male circumcision would be 75.5% according to latest figures. Therefore the adult rate will be between 75 and 80% for some time now but the 1990 group will have a lower rate for that specific age group with men on either side having high rates. For trivia you might find this interesting: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/wor...Finally there is a lot of unsubstantiated information online. A good source of information on circumcision generally is a website from a medical research scientist with 260 publications on the topic. See below
  • I stay there now and all the toddler boys i comprehend are circumcised, however the data do say the linked fee is at approximately 30-40% and a lot of it incredibly is via severe Hispanic inhabitants who does no longer circumcise. Caucasians are nonetheless the team with the utmost costs of circumcision.
  • You really can't find it "but you think someone on Yahoo Answers might know about circumcision rates in a US state 21 years ago"? (Oh, THAT makes sense.) Have you contacted hospitals in California? (I assume your essay isn't due tomorrow, since I'm sure you didn't wait till the last minute to do it.)
  • what the fu ck kind of school are you going to boy
  • If you successfully completed probation, you can apply for what California CALLS "expungement," though it is not what you might think. It does not remove the conviction from your record, it can still be used as a prior, etc. However, it does have some benefits, and you can say that "A charge of X was dismissed pursuant to Penal Code section 1203.4." Unless there is something odd in your circumstances, you can file the petition yourself, there is a link below to the Judicial Council site on this. Although it is illegal to charge a fee, lots of courts are ignoring the law and you might have to pay around $60 to file the petition unless you can show you cannot afford that.
  • I don't think your record can be expunged unless it was as a juvenile. Any crime you did will follow you your whole life - that's called a criminal record and the police have good reason to know what you did in the past. Best luck, and keep your nose clean. Just because you have a criminal record doesn't mean you can't do anything or no one will ever hire you, just certain jobs.
  • You should answer yes. She resides in California. I also assume you live here and will be graduating from high school in California.
  • No your mom is right here illegally and not a legal resident and may well be utilising a stolen id and SS# to pay tax's that's against the regulation which she would be able to circulate to penal complex then be deported.Your attempt to lie to the CSU and the rustic is named fraud additionally against the regulation your studying out of your loved ones.
  • No. They are both not living in Virginia.
  • Earthquakes can not be predicted in advance, so nobody knows when the next one will be. For the same magnitude, California will have much less destruction, because buildings and roads are built a lot stronger. The biggest earthquake in recorded history was the earthquake in Chile on May 22, 1960, with magnitude 9.5 Mw.
  • ya I guess we Californians are pretty awesome.. lol. No actually were pretty lame. I mean.. obviously I don't think me myself is lame, but many people here are pretty fake and superficial. Not to mention rude. I lived in utah for a few years and people were SO much nicer and just more down to earth. I miss the people there... and how genuine they were. But california has really nice whether and there is so much to do.. so I guess there's a trade off. I think california mentality is.. What is everyone thinking of me? i need to look good for everyone else. I need to make it look like I have it all together so people will like me.
  • Wish I could help but kinda hard unless you have insight. Can't be described.
  • Medical marijuana is legal in California, as well as 12 or so other states. Marijuana without a recommendation is still illegal in every state (federal law).
  • Yes, California passed legislation to allow the use of medical marijuana several years ago. http://www.safeaccessnow.org/article.php...
  • First, you need a business license. If you live in California, you need a business license from California and you would get that from whichever city you plan on doing business from. If you are working out of your home, it would be the city in which you live. Specifically, visit your city's administration building. If you live in another state, the same applies information applies; you get your license from whichever state/city you are doing business from. TTB.gov can give you tax information about international trade pertaining to wine exports. CA.gov (Alcoholic Beverage Control) offers information regarding licensing and fees (Websites listed below) I'm not sure I understand your second question regarding "no credit with them in the first place" As I have a 20 year career in sales, the best way I know to find clients (in your case, wineries) is to contact each of them directly either by phone, direct mail or e-mail. Nobody is going to be able to hand you a list of wineries that will do business with you.
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  • First off say goodbye cheese hello Flakes, quacks, fruits and nuts!! California houses are exspensive unless you live an hour away from the ocean. Weather is great. Not to cold not to hot and a lot of sunshine. People there are mostly laid back but still a bunch of people that think their better then everyone and the type off people that will throw you under the bus, and for some reason no matter how old they are they love to snitch on people. Great place to visit but would never move there. In fact my job tried to transfer me there and I picked to go to Korea and be away from my family for a year. But I guess it all depends on your personality. Have you looked at moving to Arizona. Property taxes are about a $100 a month on a $175k house and there market is down so you can buy a house that was $300k a couple of years ago for about $125k now. Plus it has the big city feel if that is what your looking for and theirs a ton of people from the mid west that lives there and a lot of people from Wisconsin.
  • CA has much higher cost of living, unemployment and taxes.
  • Well I'm pretty sure it's warmer there right now
  • No. Each state has its own certification process. You must have the NREMT and apply for a certification in California. http://www.emsa.ca.gov/BTW, in Pennsylvannia, it is EMT certification and not "license".
  • I would assume that housing in Oregon would be significantly cheaper than California. But I still prefer California because there's always something to do and because it's warmer. Obviously you should spend the money to travel to both so that you can decide what state is best for you and your friend! Don't waste money on the wrong descision. ;)
  • No.
  • 1. go to court house, pick up "dissolution of marraige" packet 2. fill it out 3. file it 4. serve the other party 5. Either go to court to sort things out, or if there is nothing to sort (no kids/house) then just wait the 6 months for it to be finalized.
  • Well banning is probably unrealistic but something should be done in California. I know from a 14 year study a Man/Dad has no chance in the Bias and Prejudice divorce court rooms. He should be fighting for Equal Rights.
  • turn on the tv apparently everyone there ends marriages pretty quick...
  • From <<where>> in California? On what dates? What connecting city/cities? I hope you don't think those are rude question, but, really, without at least that information, any answer we might give you is meaningless. Prices vary a great deal with the dates, with the cities involved, with the time of departure, with the points of stopovers/connections and so on. The <<best>> way to get reliable information that serves your specific purpose is to go to any travel site and do the research yourself. That way, you get the answer in maybe 5 minutes, maybe 20 if you find that there are so many choices to think about. Try any of these sites: http://www.kayak.comhttp://www.expedia.comhttp://www.orbitz.comhttp://www.travelocity.com http://www.skyscanner.com http://www.farecompare.com
  • One site may be slightly lower than another but the supply and demand economic rule applies to all financial transactions…..make your purchase on reliability and common sense……what will work for you…….and……..your travel requirements…..always use trusted and ethical travel sites…….yahoo travel…….orbitz……travelocity……expidea or club type membership….AAA or AARP. Take a moment to make sure a cheap ticket is worthwhile and reliable……..I can’t recommend any one site…….its up to you to search and decide what is right for you. If you see what appears to be a good deal … grab it…don’t worry if the price goes up our down a little bit next week……
  • about$1000-$1500 visit southwest TACA Elal (Israel airline ) Travelzoo.com
  • 1. being a current owner of some rental properties here in Southern california, i don't believe its good time to purchase a rental, only if you're going to live in it for a few years, you can get a good deal with an REO (bank owned) 2. yes rents are rising due to all of these mortgages adjusting. 3. usually tax and interest paid, some improvements and depreciation. good luck
  • I love the heat and swimming; .......where to retire? Florida hurricanes scare me California's earthquakes do not scare me--been in many of them-- I want to swim among REEFs 2-3 hours a day; I forgot to previously mention that. And maybe I will be helping to install for my own company--desalinization hardware in the ocean......pipes and screens. and install perhaps 100 or more such car sized plants.....
  • If I had to choose between California and Florida, I'd pick Florida. You get an advanced warning of a hurricane. That doesn't happen with earthquakes!
  • Maybe Tx or Arizona
  • Earthquakes cannot be predicted with any degree of accuracy at the present time, so forecasting the exact date, month, or even year of the next large quake is impossible. The best current earthquake forecasts are probabilistic forecasts, meaning that they estimate the chance that a quake of a certain size will affect a certain area over a certain period of time. The latest earthquake forecast (see link) gives a 37% chance of a magnitude 7.5 or larger quake somewhere in SoCal in the next 30 years, with a 67% chance of a magnitude 6.7 or larger quake in the Los Angeles area alone over the same time period of time. However, Southern California, especially the Los Angeles area, is laced with numerous faults capable of producing damaging earthquakes. For most locations in the L.A. area, these smaller quakes actually pose the larger threat for two reasons: (1) They are a lot more frequent, and (2) the San Andreas fault is roughly 30 miles from downtown L.A., and the shock waves from the "Big One" will have decreased in intensity by the time they arrive. Much of the San Fernando Valley was shaken harder by the Northridge earthquake (magnitude 6.7) than it will be by any quake on the San Andreas fault.
  • California has more than a 99% chance of having a magnitude 6.7 or larger earthquake within the next 30 years, according scientists using a new model to determine the probability of big quakes. The likelihood of a major quake of magnitude 7.5 or greater in the next 30 years is 46%-and such a quake is most likely to occur in the southern half of the state. www.sciencedaily.com/releases/200...
  • We are not yet successfull in prediction.That is why I am concentrating on development of early warning systems.I am the one issued the warning 2 hours before Tsunami struck our coast. You can visit my best answers available through Yahoo Q & A by browsing A.Ganapathy India in earth science.However read this. Methods for prediction of earthquakes & Tsunami Even though it is difficult to predict, the following methods may help. . 1. Seismic gape: - The earthquake at a particular place may occur for every fixed gape of time. By knowing the past records of the quakes affected at that place may help to decide when the earthquake is next due. 2. Planet position.: - When the stress is accumulated at the tectonic plate boundary and the same time if the position of more than 2 planets comes in a straight line this may help to accelerate the earthquakes. There fore the full moon days and new moon days are more vulnerable days for earthquakes. Some time this method fails why? Think of a sick patient. New moon and full moon days are dangerous for only sick patents. These days will not affect the healthy people. The same way if there is no accumulated stress at the tectonic plate boundaries no need to worry about the planet positions. 3. Sun rays falling method: - If you observe the position of the sun rays falling on our wall at a particular time on all days it should form an angular infinity symbol. If there is any deviation in its path it means that there is some difference in height of the earth. That means some strain noticed at that place. Somebody claims that they can predict the place of epicenter by observing this. The laser beam measuring method of earth height from satellite also will help. 4. MDCB:- Chinese scientist claims that they can predict up to 60 % accuracy by sensing electro magnetic rays. 5. Cloud forming: - Few hours to a few days before the occurrence of earthquakes a cloud reader claims that he has noticed a peculiar mosaic type of formation .We may also notice some lightening in the sky. 6. By sound :- A professor from Ajmeer University claims that he was able to hear a low frequency noise under 125 meter depth in a bore well. The same thing was reported by one Mr. Nair that he heard some roaring noise under the earth one week before the occurrence of earthquake in Gujarat. 7. By frequency of waves :- Mr Richter Allen of Berkley University claims that he can decide the magnitude of earthquake just 4 seconds after observing the frequency of the primary wave. Present method needs the full seismographic picture to find the real magnitude that too from as many places as possible to have fairly accurate results. His claim has got some truth because when there is a slip of bigger tectonic plate the frequency of quake will be less. If a small tectonic plate slips the frequency of the waves will be more. 8. There are several changes in nature and in the behaviors of animals and birds can be observed before an earthquake and Tsunami. The water level in well may change. Stay away from beaches if you sense earthquake waves. The Tsunami may attack long after the shaking is stopped. I wrote several articles on these subjects. Have one simple earthquake alarm installed in your house. .
  • December 21, 2012 Legit.
  • Forget California. The U.S is in a recession, and unemployment in California is the second worst in the country, and you could not legally work here without a work visa. To get one an American company would have to sponsor you because you have a job skill in demand in the U.S., and there are not enough qualified Americans to fill all the job openings. That usually means an advanced college degree in Medicine, or Engineering. Common trades people will not qualify.
  • it's advanced, but more like honors. there is math 7 for the majority, and pre algebra, and algebra for smarties...when i was in 7th grade i started taking algebra but dropped it first quarter and switched into pre-algebra (smart decision) and i was still a year ahead of everyone else in high school. so yeah it's advanced by about a year
  • pre-algebra is usually taken in eight grade, but i took it in 5th
  • what city in California do you want fly to LA, Burbank, San Diego? Ontario>? Mojave? Oakland? Modesto? Bakersfield Stockton? Modesto? sacramento? San Jose? San Fransciso?, San Bernadino? Santa Rosa? you wont be able get prices for dec 2010 usually 300 days in advance, (like perhaps april or june)
  • San Diego is one of the nicest cities in the country. It's a major tourist destination and there are tons of things to do. Mission and Pacific Beach are your best bet for fun in the sun. Belmont Park has a vintage wooden roller coaster (one of two remaining seaside coasters on the west coast) as well as other rides. There is a strand (boardwalk) that runs the entire 3 mile length of both beaches. It's a great place to walk, run, rent a bike or skates. http://www.missionbeachonline.com/Some must see attractions are the world famous Zoo, Sea World, and Balboa Park. Balboa Park is the largest urban cultural park in the country. You can get a park passport which allows you entry to a dozen museums as well as the zoo. http://www.balboapark.org/info/passport....Other attractions in the park are the Air and Space Museum, Ruben H. Fleet Science Center, the Natural History Museum, the Model Railroad Museum, the Museum of Man, the Automotive Museum, the Old Globe Theatre, the Hall of Champions, the Botanical Gardens, and the largest outdoor pipe organ in the world (free concerts on Sunday). North County San Diego is home to the Zoo's Safari Park. There are multi acre enclosures where herds of wild animals roam plus lots of hiking trails. It's worth the visit and is a different experience from the zoo. You can ride a zip line, tour the park on a Segway, or take a photo caravan into the enclosures and feed the giraffes. http://www.sdzsafaripark.org/La Jolla offers great views, great surfing, great food, great theater, and great shopping. Check out the surfers at historic Windansea Beach. At low tide you can walk out onto the tide pools. Walk along the Cove and check out the caves. Visit the Museum of Contemporary Art. Take a stroll on Prospect St and check out the shops, galleries, and have some authentic Mexican food at Alfonso's. Then head to the Birch Aquarium at The Scripps Institution of Oceanography. It has a spectacular view of the bluffs over the Pacific Ocean. The Tony award winning La Jolla Playhouse is located nearby on the campus of UCSD. For a few laughs at night, The Comedy Store is on Pearl St. http://aquarium.ucsd.edu/ http://www.a-zsandiegobeaches.com/windansea.htm Take the trolley from Downtown to Old Town. There is a state park there that recreates life in the Mexican and early American periods of 1821 to 1872. The Old Point Loma Lighthouse at the Cabrillo National Monument offers great views of the downtown skyline, San Diego Harbor and the Pacific Ocean. On a clear day you can see all the way to Mexico. The USS Midway is an aircraft carrier turned into a museum http://www.midway.org/ For nightlife, the Gaslamp Quarter offers dining, drinking and dancing. It's also the home of Petco Park and the San Diego Padres major league baseball team. http://www.gaslamp.org/ Check out these sites for discount coupons and other info http://www.sandiego.org/nav/Visitors http://thebestplacesinsandiego.com/
  • I feel like I learn things from people. Also, it's what I do when I'm feeling lazy, it works with a short attention span, and challenges me to whatever degree I want to be challenged at the time. It makes me think about things, and I like that. I can tell stories, and then other people can hear them, and I can read other people's stories, and in a way we are connecting and learning more about people.
  • You need a special California motorcycle license and I believe you have to take a class.
  • I'm not exactly certain about California laws but I don't think you'll need W.C. per se, unless either of you are listed as an employee and are salaried. You may get away with a good health plan that pays your salary should something happen to you. Find out which is cheaper and go from there.
  • golden retrievers in shelters usually have bad behaviours. type in california golden retriever breeder on google. by the way great choice!! golden retrievers are really sweet and loving dogs!! \(^o^)/
  • LOL at the whole shelters have vicious dogs comment and the ONLY reason it made me laugh is because just here locally (we're in Cali) there is a golden breeder whos dogs are NOTORIOUS in the show circle because they are all severely dog aggressive-as if she intentionally breeds that into all her dogs. A dog is a dog and there is no guaruntee of the behavior or health regardless of where you get one. Unless you intend to show, PLEASE go through a rescue (since you don't want to go through a shelter, although the dogs in shelters end up being "put to sleep", so that should be your first choice for a "pet" quality dog). They have the dogs for long enough that they can tell you very accurately the temperament of the dog so you basically know what you're getting into. www.petfinder.com
  • Sorry, yet purebred doggies - rather *reliable* ones - are high priced. you're able to locate and flow to an excellent breeder so which you will check out the mummy and dad and the ambience it grew to become into raised in. sometimes a breeder will sell 'puppy' high quality doggies (those not proper for showing or breeding) for much less. yet in this style of case they're going to insist on a settlement to have it spayed or neutered - that's a reliable thought besides. you additionally can touch Yankee Golden Retriever Rescue. they don't have doggies regularly, yet are conventional for careful screening and suited care of the canines of their care. community shelters could have Golden doggies as nicely; even if this is not predictable and that they could have unknown clinical histories.
  • I live in California. There are places. But contact Golden retreivers in need. Just go on line and bet of luck. Wonderful breed
  • Look in the news paper. Not all dogs are vicious. In my opinion, shelter dogs are the best. Try www.petfinder.org Just look
  • Try these places. :0) http://www.1-800-save-a-pet.com/cgi-bin/...http://www.petharbor.com/http://dogsindanger.com/http://www.petfinder.com/ http://www.craigslist.org/about/cities.html Adoption fees are not expensive Many shelters do not allow their "vicious" dogs to be up for adoption. They do tests on the adult dogs before they are up for adoption. Dogs that fail their tests are considered as unadoptable and get put to sleep.
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  • You may import anything you like, but without a California emissions package, you will not be able to register your vehicle for regular street driving. Thats not to say you can't tow it in a trailer to the drag-strip. You may drive that car anywhere as long as it's not on a public road. Racing tracks and drag strips are fine.
  • Have you been to LA? There are no nice places that are a 30 minute commute or less. It kills me when people come in here completely clueless about California and LA, it is a huge state, and a huge city.
  • ok eh, if you live in california perhaps are in high school or know about this stuff, im going to be a freshman in high school next year and got my cst scores yesterday. i got advanced in everything, and i was wondering if i get to be in AP or honors classes. also i got pretty bad in my algebra placement test. About a 79% and wondering if i am going to repeat algebra 1 or go to the next level. thanks for help in any of the two questions or both!
  • You'll do perfectly fine. One of the reasons why students are forced to take the CST is because your counselor uses it as a reference when they assign you to your classes. If you want to go into advanced classes, they'll look over your CST score to see if you're ready to take those courses. 79% isn't below average or anything so you won't have to retake that class but that score might stay on your file as a C more than anything else. But if you're worried about getting that C, maybe you should think about retaking that class since it's perfectly normal to take Algebra 1 as a freshman in high school. Hope this helps.
  • lllreptile.com and reptiledepot.com Shipping is not that expensive. Both are located in california one in orange county and one in chatsworth. 17 bucks for a redeye from reptiledepot. That's cheap compared to petco and such.
  • I`ve owned a frog and he grew to become into uninteresting! in basic terms offered him by using fact he grew to become into incredible colorings yet then regretted it as quickly as I had to maintain determining to purchase crickets and he basically sat there being all uninteresting lol get a rainbow crab as a replace, those issues are the final!
  • you could go to a reptile expo they have varies of frogs and toads they would probaly have them.
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  • 1. Disability claims in California may be initiated online or through a local Social Security office. However, online filing will not allow an SSI claim to be taken; as claimants are unlikely to know in advance if their claim will involve the SSI program, the SSD program, or both programs in the form of a concurrent claim, claimants may wish to eschew the online process in favor of contacting a local office. 1.1 Online filing, it should also be noted, does not allow for a face-to-face interview with a Social Security Claims Representative (CR) who may answer whatever questions the claimant has. This, in and of itself, may reduce confusion and minimize the potential for making mistakes with regard to the application and any subsequent appeals that may follow. 1.2 For details, please read at: http://www.ssdrc.com/state-california-ca...http://www.ssdrc.com/6-16.html2. Getting injured during work hours does not automatically qualify you for workmen's compensation. There are many factors that go into the final decision as to whether an injury was truly work-related. If you suffered an injury, explore all possible angles before attempting to file a claim. When in doubt, consult with a workmen's compensation lawyer. Some cases are too complex to be filed or decided on your own and only a professional can determine whether you actually have a case. 2.1 Please read instructions in this regard at the under noted site. 2.2 One of the instructions is to give Notice of Injury as soon as possible. A delay in filing may reduce your benefits, especially if you don't visit the emergency room right away. A Notice of Injury will establish your right to a more detailed claim later. This form should be available from your company and it basically contains all the necessary personal information and blanks for details related to the injury sustained. 2.3 Please Read more: How to Qualify for Workmen's Compensation | eHow http://www.ehow.com/how_2140085_qualify-.... .
  • First, a no contest plea is EXACTLY THE SAME as a guilty plea. The only effect of such a plea is that it cannot be used against you as an admission if you are sued civilly (and it does not have even that effect in felony cases). That would be of some benefit if the traffic infraction resulted in an accident, but not otherwise. The statewide schedule of fines is usually followed, but if you had a good story the hearing officer might impose a lower fine. However, even without a story, you might be able to get a form of "leniency" in this manner. The scheduled fine in CA for going 1-15 over the limit is $146. For going 16-25 over it is $266. So if you were going 80, rather than 81, you save $120. I think that any officer has to admit that he (or his radar machine) could make a ONE mph error. So I would suggest you go to court and tell the hearing officer that you do not disagree that you were speeding, but that you disagree that you were going 16 mph over the limit. Ask for the lower fine applicable to a speed of 15 mph over the limit, and then ask for traffic school. That will cost a few dollars more, but will keep it off your record for DMV and insurance purposes.
  • I can tell you exactly how to do this. A. because I've been in a similar situation and B. because I'm a police officer. First off, you have (3) options to how you can plee: 1.guilty 2.not guilty 3.no contest guilty, would be to flat out admit that you did it, and to admit that you did it. not guilty, well that is self explanatory, and since you don't want to fight it, this isn't an option. no contest is the way to go. Your admitting it, but not really explaining yourself either. When you go to traffic court, DO NOT start explaining what happened and whatever, that pisses them off (believe me, I see it all the time). Approach the judge when it's your turn, and say.... "I would like to plead no contest. I also request traffic school, and a reduction in the amount of the fine if possible sir/ma'am." If you don't want traffic school, just leave that part out, but I would recommend it. It makes you look better in my opinion. This is respectful, to the point, and can get you a reduction in the fine (as simple as that sounds, it's works, and thats all that needs to be said). When I did this, the judge reduced my fine by 50%. I would say to request traffic school, because when it's completed that citation will be taken off of your record as if it never happened. Insurance won't know, only the agency that cited you. As far as when to do it goes...you want to do all of this, on the date you are scheduled to appear, which should be written on your citation. If it's an misdemeanor arrest for reckless driving or something like that, it may be hard to get leniency since street racing is a big problem in California. Not to kill your hopes, but if it is an arrest, don't expect leniency from the judge. Oh, just in case anyone is wondering, I received this citation prior to becoming a police officer. A year before to be exact. Hope this helped you, and good luck in court.
  • Traffic offenses are Liablity without fault offenses. No criminal Intent required. Just the doing of the act is enough. the best thing you can do in this situation is Plea No Contest or Nolo contendre. Usually , in cases when a defendant tenders a No contest plea the fine is cut by half. The Plea is within the discretion of the Trial Judge to accept or not to accept. You are not admitting guilt , but at the same time you are not admitting you are guilty. Although, the No Contest plea has the same effect as a guilty plea. the Plea will be offered at your arraignment. The judge will ask you if you are aware of your rights, and then he will tell you that by tendering a No Contest plea you waive your 6th Amendment rights and then ask you if you understand the nature of your rights. If you say yes, He will most likely accept it and you will pay the fine. See Rule 11 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure and I will post the California and Federal rules for you. Good luck. Sorry for the long and windy dissertation.
  • Even before the trial, at the 'arraignment'. Instead of saying "Guilty" or "not guilty" you could say "If I were to plead in favor of the prosecution, exactly how lenient would you be willing to be?"
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  • Sorry can't help you here.
  • Pretty much any school that has volleyball is going to offer scholarships. Penn State, having the number one team in the nation, is going to be an EXTREMELY hard school to get a scholarship for. Depending on how big the schools are that you're looking at, determines the probability of getting a scholarship.
  • There are a LOT. Here is the list of Division I schools that have women's volleyball. Each of these schools can have up to 12 players on a full scholarship, though most usually give partial scholarships: http://web1.ncaa.org/onlineDir/exec/spon...Here are the Division II schools. They can have up to 8 on scholarship. http://web1.ncaa.org/onlineDir/exec/spon...Those lists should show up sorted in state order; just scroll to the California and Pennsylvania sections. Division III schools don't give athletic scholarships, but they typically offer fairly generous academic aid to qualified athletes. I encourage my high school/club players who are academically very strong to seriously consider some of these schools because the quality of education (which is the reason you want to go to college ... right???) is excellent. http://web1.ncaa.org/onlineDir/exec/spon...Many community colleges also offer academic aid to athletes. I coached at a JC for a while and it was great to help the players find the appropriate 4-year school so they could continue their educations and their athletic careers. Check this site for NAIA schools -- pick Women's Volleyball and then sort the resulting list by state to find the California and Pennsylvania schools. http://www.playnaia.org/schoolsearch.php Hope this helps.
  • The plate boundary off the California coast is a transform boundary. Most transform faults are found on the ocean floor. They commonly offset the active spreading ridges, producing zig-zag plate margins, and are generally defined by shallow earthquakes. However, a few occur on land, for example the San Andreas fault zone in California. This transform fault connects the East Pacific Rise, a divergent boundary to the south, with the South Gorda -- Juan de Fuca -- Explorer Ridge, another divergent boundary to the north. The plate boundary at the West coast of South America is an oceanic-continental convergence boundary. Off the coast of South America along the Peru-Chile trench, the oceanic Nazca Plate is pushing into and being subducted under the continental part of the South American Plate. In turn, the overriding South American Plate is being lifted up, creating the towering Andes mountains, the backbone of the continent. Strong, destructive earthquakes and the rapid uplift of mountain ranges are common in this region.
  • Harry Coates should probably answer this one It has to do with Plate Tectonics. Gotta dust off my old sourcebooks here at home You might try the library young one.
  • Definitely. California is great. Certainly a big improvement over America's taint.
  • California is currently suffering a crushing debt of over $83.5 billion, a $20.7 billion budget deficit just for 2010, a staggering unemployment rate of 12.3%. It is seriously overpopulated, polluted, and has over 13 million illegal immigrants. So if that sounds like fun to you, sure, come on over!
  • unless you want to go for a movie or acting career, i suggest you dont go. Crimes, no morals, ya know strip clubs everywhere, the gay community...bad morals.. need i go on?
  • same o same o but cali people are *****
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  • You'll go through the regular Army basic and AIT - very few Army schools in California.
  • You will go to regular active duty AIT when you get out of basic. I believe the linguist go to school in CA. There is also Camp Parks in Dublin. I went there for 44C school since I am prior service. You can try to ask the career counselor or your chain of command and see what they say.
  • No. You will do your AIT at the post where that AIT is offered.
  • Yosemite Nat'l Park (must be booked well in advance) Lake Tahoe - best views from Emerald Bay near South Lake Tahoe and part way up the Mt. Rose Hwy above Incline Village, NV San Francisco's Golden Gate - viewed from ferry to Sausalito Carmel/Monterey Bay Palos Verdes peninsula
  • Get a passport and cross the border into Mexico for a day. Go to Venice Beach and visit Dogtown where skate boarding as we know it today was born. Then you have the tar pits in L.A., you could see those on your way to Mexico...
  • I suggest you visit ONE OF THE OCEANS in California. It's an Indian Ocean, named so because there are a lot of Indians there...
  • Yosemite Big Sur Giant Redwoods Palm Springs Death Valley --------------------- Just a few suggestions.
  • Around 10 years ago I was arrestred for Domestic Violence and the court placed a temp restraining/protective order against me. The case was dismissed, since I have divorced and moved on with life. I know the judge at the time said I could'nt posses any deadly weapons. I was wondering if I possibly could now own a gun? I plan on sending the app this week, but just wondering if anyone heres knows a little bit about this. Any help would be great. Thanks in advance. The only crime I have ever been CONVICTED of is Disturbing the peace ...
  • California follows the Federal law in this. Under the Federal law (The Lautenberg amendment), gun ownership is prohibited if you have ever had a misdemeanor conviction for any domestic violence offense, or if you are 'currently' under any DV related restraining or protective order. If you were never convicted of DV, and the restraining order was not made permanent, you are OK. Richard
  • Give Richard best answer, I am just responding that CA law does not track federal law, which gets some people in trouble. Under CA law, a misdemeanor DV conviction results in a 10-year firearms prohibition. But under federal law the prohibition is for life.
  • because of the fact Liberals choose administration... and that they might desire to be controlled. Even a expert-gun liberal likes quite some regulation's on the books... to guard them from what they think of is of challenge... to cut back the rights of those they don't believe. Liberals think of that banning a "form of weapons" is greater efficient than completely prosecuting the guidelines broken while people use weapons for evil purposes. Liberals and what passes for Conservatives all get slightly to tied up in "technique" and "emotion" while they communicate what government might desire to do for the folk. We overlook the guidelines of nature and the inspiration for out technical criminal gadget... previous English effortless regulation and the easy statues of Jewish- Christian way of life... or perhaps what maximum adult men understand is inherently authentic in the event that they actually seem interior of themself's
  • The University of California (any campus) is a leading educational institution. Depending upon where you live, or where you would like to live, I would suggest UC San Diego or UC Davis for a psychology or sociology major, then puruse a Masters degree at a different school elsewhere in the country. You could stay at the same UC school for the advanced degree, but there are much better academies out there, and limiting yourself by staying in one school isn't always the best choice. Good luck!
  • Not sure you can find a school that offers an associates degree..most only offer Bachelors degrees. Here is a list of schools in California that offer zoology degrees. http://www.a2zcolleges.com/advanced_resu...
  • in illinois you are allowed to leave the room but you do so at your own peril because you only have 1 hr to complete a 100 question exam I am confident that is how they run California's test as well.
  • 5- 7 days probably if going ground. If air, possibly a couple of days.... all depends upon the post office! I've had a letter go from Kansas City to California in a couple of days - has to go through the routing at the post office so give it time.
  • It is probably 4-5 days! I know from Cali to Japan is 1 week so yeah!
  • My guess is 4-6 days, depending on weekends and holidays.
  • http://www.sdcourt.ca.gov/pls/portal/url...This site explains the entire process start to finish in California. (requirements,what to do, where to go, forms to file)
  • At 16, you can be emancipated with your parent's permission. They need to both sign something. After that, you'd be on your own. There are no requirements if your parents both agree to give up their parental rights. If they don't, you can take it to court. You need to prove three things to get emancipated if your parents don't agree: that you can financially provide for yourself without any aid, that you can find a proper home and that you would be better off living by yourself. If you're under 16, it is very hard to do. It is possible, but very unlikely.
  • you have to go to court. you also have to be under 18, and you have to prove to the court that you are able to care for yourself i all ways. like holding down a job, having a place to live.. and soo on..
  • The broker is the person with the supervisory responsibility for the agents in the office. Agents work under the supervision of the broker. Most of the time you must have at least some experience as an agent before you can apply for a broker's license, although California will waive that for people that have a four-year degree from a regionally accredited college. Since very few real estate salespeople or brokers actually draw a salary, the second part of your question is difficult to answer. Brokers may (but don't always) get a percentage of the commission from each agent working under them. It depends on the contract that the agent has with the broker. I know several agents that are making far more than their brokers, although generally brokers make more than the average agent. Additionally, I know at least one broker that runs a "one-man dog-and-pony" show, meaning that he has no agents working for him. He's the broker, office manager, secretary, agent, chief cook and bottle washer. One last tidbit. Since you're looking at real estate sales, you should know that while this is great fun, most new agents never make it to their first license renewal. It's hard work, long hours, and no benefits. You are an "independent contractor", meaning that if you don't make any sales, you don't get any money (no matter how hard you work). Count on six months with no income whatsoever, but lots of expenses going out. If you do better than breaking even in your first year, you can consider yourself a success. You will swear that everybody on the planet is convinced that you are made of money. If you can deal with that, then welcome to the club! It's great fun, and you get to help people buying or selling what is usually their most important asset. Do it right, and you have really helped someone. (Do it wrong, and you can seriously mess someone up.) I get to drive around beautiful countryside all day, helping people, and I even get paid for it! What a job!
  • Technically, a Broker represents purchasers. An agent is an agent in their dealer and represents purchasers on his behalf. There is an assumption of better schooling, talents, and potential with a dealer- however genuinely that's now not continuously the case. You have to, as an agent, paintings for a supervising dealer. AS a dealer you may also paintings for an extra dealer, or in your possess. If you're on account that coming into the trade, then getting a salesman's license is greater than ample. You don't wish to paintings in your possess your first couple years besides. After you could have a few enjoy and (confidently) a few potential, then it's beautiful handy to improve to a dealer's license and benefit from the bigger coverage charges...
  • brokers are ultimately responsible for what the sale agent do . Now you have to be in the business working full time 2 years before you can test to be a broker. Good luck. Market went down quite a bit
  • An agent needs a salesman's license, and works for and under the supervision of a broker, who will have a broker's license.
  • I grew up in California. It has always been that bad.
  • Don't feel alone....I'm three quarters across the country from you and the way some drive here are the same as in your state. With law enforcement funding being a low priority, there are tight budgets that prohibit putting more officers on the roads. Those working are busy taking the calls and working in the special divisions associated in the profession. With less officers on the roads, there are more drivers that play the "Cat's away...we mice can play" game! I can't help but notice in my own state that there has been a drastic increase in traffic fatalities due to failures to stop, following to close, and speeding. All I can say is buckle up and drive DEFENSIVELY!!!
  • It seems that people tend to think they are the only one on the road and therefore don't have to use a turn signal or drive carefully. And just because somebody drives a truck doesn't mean they are a bad driver. I drive a truck and I'm continually amazed by how terrible small car drivers are.
  • Well maybe this point would shed some light on the subject. I happen to be a translator and translated the DMV test to french for foreign residents. I found it blatantly simple, moronic, even. By the mere use of logic, one can get through the test; not necessarily needing any driving experience or knowledge at all. You don't need to be a driver to pass the written driving test. You only need two neurones that click and be sober, really.
  • I've always wondered if it would be in the best interests of the state to put people in a lottery when their license is about to expire and if your name comes up, you have to take the DMV driving test again to get your license renewed. I wouldn't mind if they re-tested 10-20% of the population annually. And yes, it seems like it is getting worse and worse. And why is it that the worst drivers are the guys (and sometimes girls) in the hopped up F-250's or Escalades with the tinted windows and fat tires?
  • It's like a history test. You know the stuff for now, but once you've got the license, they don't seem to remember any of it. I think the reason they don't enforce traffic laws is because so few are obeying them in the first place that enforcing it is not plausible. But they do exist.
  • Oh yeah I've noticed! I can't stand these people.... And my husband gets pissy and calls me a back seat driver when I'm simply reminding him to use these little common courtesy's....jerkhole.
  • Its like that all over buddy. Never take your eyes off that azzhole in front of you(except to check your mirrors)!!!!!
  • especially in the Asian neighbor hoods.
  • That is interesting. Because while medical records should be transparent(easily accessible by medical facility), they aren't always easily accessed.
  • You can, but it defeats the purpose and creates confusion. An advanced directive is not what you need to avoid treatment at a particular facility, that's just your choice.
  • i think of the only way we are able to verify is by potential of trial and mistake. no person can quite are watching for the effect of this new bill. i comprehend a lot of human beings merchandise to regularly occurring wellness care, yet i'm keen approximately it. that's in dire prefer of huge reform. regrettably, we could attempt something unusual and amazing because of the fact the generic and basic technique is transforming into greater out of date and impractical each and every day.
  • You can look at the salary schedule for Los Angeles Unified School District online. Just type "LAUSD Salary Schedule" into a search engine. A lot will be dependent on how much additional post-graduate work you have done, your years of experience, etc. Other districts in the southern CA area will have different salary schedules, and contrary to popular belief, salaries in private schools tend to be lower, not higher. Contact the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing to find out the credential requirements. But even if your current credential is not granted reciprocity, you have a good chance of being hired (in the Los Angeles area) on an "emergency credential" while you take the coursework needed to get your California credential.
  • Check with the Department of Education of CA. to get specifics of each county's pay scale. Also make sure your certification will cross over from Canada into CA. Good luck.
  • You will probably not make that much. Most teachers (sped or not) will make around 30k-40k/year. Private might make a little bit more but this is the AVERAGE with a BA/Masters so basically, 4-6 years of college. hope this helps!
  • Well, there is always the Sturges Motorcycle Festival around July and on July 3rd, Mount Rushmore has a fabulous fireworks show
  • RN's are in heavy demand up here in Northern California, in the Modesto area. Check out www.modbee.com which is the Modesto Bee newspaper website for jobs for RN's. I know that many of the hospitals are looking for RN's and Kaiser hospital just came into town a couple of years ago. Also, there is a place called Community Hospice that employs nurses & they pay very well and have excellent benefits. Other outlets would be to look at colleges & universities in the city that you plan on living in to see if there are any openings. They really want people with the certification & the experience. Nursing is a job out here that pays insanely well out here. For years they did signing bonuses. Be wary of the place that you live, in many places, people are signing up to become nurses.
  • Sex is a powerful drug. That said, I don't like an easy girl, but I do like one who is devoted to us, if that makes sense. I won't speak for California guys, simply 'cause I could care less about them. I do enjoy girls who enjoy my companionship, and I have a lot of activities I participate, and there is little time for drama, so my female friends know that, and they like participating 'cause it is fun and exciting usually. Anyway, where are you relative to Arizona; and why not consider coming over for a barbque or swimming or jacuzzi diving or things that are not loser oriented, though they can be quite arousing. Btw, good night, it is time to hit the sheets.
  • Most of them just want sex and they if they can't find an easy girl a guy will do on the down low. They aren't interested in any kind of meaningful relationship.
  • I'd like to know too!
  • 1. Lack of basic road knowledge. 2. Speeding. 3. Failure to yield. 4. Failure to control your vehicle. Amazingly enough, parallel parking is no longer required for the California Driving Tests anymore.
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  • you need to be ready or you should fail.
  • I will get my bachelors one day... but am eager to get my RN sooner, so am looking to get my associates first (through Excelsior) and then bridge later to BSN.. I am just torn about getting just my associates.. is there a big pay difference in Southern CA for ADN vs BSN? What can you tell me about the 2 options in regards to pay and job availability? thanks in advance =)
  • California does not accept the Excelsior. http://www.usnpr.com/19.htmMany hospitals are seeking Magnet status. Thus, it is not so much the pay as it is whether employers will hire ADN grads.
  • No camping is legal on the beach anywhere in california. Nearly all camping near the beach is by reservations only and gets booked up for the weekends 6 months in advance. Wrights beach is a state park and may be closing it's campground all together due to budget cuts so make reservations soon! http://www.reserveamerica.com/campground...
  • Most beach campgrounds aren't actually on the beach, but somewhere at least behind a sand dune. The reason why most authorities (and the law) discourage or forbid people from actualy camping on the beach where you can see the surf is because of the tide coming in. There is no certain way of monitoring your own safety when you are camped in a potentially hazardous location.
  • Yosemite National Park is my favorite place in California. It's so beautiful...breathtaking views. You can hike, bike, golf. Make reservations well in advance. They have ranger activities and tours as well. Lake Tahoe is another place that's definitely worth stopping. Further north....Lake Shasta, Lassen Volcanic Park, and Mendocino are all worth visiting.
  • I wouldn't rule out wine country entirely - some of the wineries are cool place for kids (for example, Castelo de Amoroso). Bale Grist Mill is also a neat family spot. And the Wine Train can be a family adventure. But other places you might want to visit include: Muir Woods Marin Headlands China Beach (you may see whales) Fort Point (Friday through Sunday only) Alcatraz Angel Island (good lessons for kids to learn there, and a great place to get them tired out) Museum of Natural History (this is a must-see for kids) The Japanese Garden in Golden Gate Park Computer History Museum in Mountain View Filoli in Palo Alto Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose Monterey Aquarium Monterey Fishpier (for the seals and sea lions)
  • a solid map, and goofle, and holiday books. arise the coast street, and bypass abode on I-5 to not sure if the child would be happy although. you may desire to have a coarse holiday. There particularly isn't that plenty in Forks, yet whilst it is your holiday spot of decision .....
  • In California, The youngest that you will legally be able to work is 15 1/2, but only at some places. Usually you will need to be 16 with a work permit. Dont rush getting a job! Its a lot of resposibility and dealing with customers and managers can get very stressful and frustrating. If absolutely need money for the summer, try babysitting or maybe you can work for your parents. Because I highly doubt that you will be able to find a job at 14.
  • You need to be 15 with a work permit issued by your school. To legally work without a work permit, you just need to be 16. Although you may find some RARE places that hire at 14 and under the table.
  • Its fine to carry a hunting knife in the trunk of your car long as itdoes not violate this (8) As used in this section, a "ballistic knife" means a device that propels a knifelike blade as a projectile by means of a coil spring, elastic material, or compressed gas. Ballistic knife does not include any device which propels an arrow or a bolt by means of any common bow, compound bow, crossbow, or underwater speargun. and as long as the blade is longer than 2.5 inches.
  • The only rules in California involving knives are as follows. No switch blades or butterfly with a blade length over 2" daggers are OK if used as a dive knife. No dirks. You can find all of these knives some cutlery shops sell them. I sell them, carrying a hunting knife in the trunk or your car is legal in all 50 states.
  • I'm sorry I can't answer your question. However, if I lived in a place that had become such a police state that I would even think that might be illegal I'd pack my bags and get out immediately.
  • Earthquakes happen in California all day, every day. The first link below shows you the major seismic activity for the past week. But earthquakes can be prepared for. The second link shows you how to prepare for one in advance. They are not hard to survive.
  • I am travelling to the California from Australia in about 4 days time. I need Internet access for about 30 days during my trip and will be in the citys of LA, Anaheim, San Fran, San Diego and Vegas. In Australia we have pre-paid wireless dongles that we plug into the laptops. Im sure that is also available, but what recommendations on brands etc and where would i expect to find these dongles to buy? perhaps a computer or electronics store? Any advice is muchly appreciated. Also looking at speed and downloads. Thanks in Advance. Jay
  • http://www.google.com.au/search?q=wirele... May give you some clues? Maccas in USA are hot spots.
  • Can I buy a Ranch Style Mini 14 and attach this kit to it AND still keep the gun California legal? http://www.ebay.com/itm/Advanced-Technology-Intl-Ruger-Mini14-30-Desert-Tan-/200685001851 I know that the Ranch Style is legal but I have guns with that look and feel. I would like a gun with a tactical look. I have heard really good things about the Mini 14. Thanks
  • I'm not a lawyer and I don't live in California. That said, I don't think it would be legal because you would be adding a pistol grip to a center-fire rifle. I'd recommend this forum for answers about Cali laws: http://www.calguns.net/
  • You can find information below about the California Junior Scholarship Federation./
  • Google could definitely answer this better. I live in Oregon, and there is the Lake Oswego Hunt Club that has riding camps for Eventing, Jumping, etc. The Pony Clubs near by also have camps.
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  • University of California is much better. We used to have UC and also state colleges. UC wasn't able to grow fast enough to meet the need for advanced degrees so some state colleges were expanded into universities. But they are still not as good as UC. In my day (many years ago) the state spent $3 on every UC student for every $1 they spent on a state college student.
  • I have been kicked out of better bars than these schools
  • UC cause state schools are ripoffs
  • Just google "Tennis camps in southern california". Trust me, you will find ALOT of good camps
  • Check Regions 4, 5, 6, and 7 of the California State Parks. If none of those interest you, then study the National Forest Campgrounds: Angeles, San Bernardino, and Cleveland. With dispersed camping allowed in the National Forest wild areas, away from developed campgrounds, you are not going to need reservations if you are willing to hike a few hundred steps off trails. If you have a large group of friends and want a little bit of developed atmosphere, then explore group campsites. These tend to be isolated, yet accessible with vehicles. They cost more than individual sites, but have more breathing room.
  • im not really sure which part of claifornia is south california. but the macys in san francsisco is pretty big
  • you might try woodland hills. or Beverly hills. southern california i such a large place. do you live in san diego or bakersfield? if you find the dress you want but it is the wrong size then you can always have them send it from another store
  • I've never climbed a mountain but i love camping and hiking and i'd really love to climb mount whitney im only 14 and like i said never climbed a mountain so mount whitney is too advanced for me im looking for something to climb in any area of California somewhere around june What should i except for my first time and any websites about climbing would help thanks
  • Well don't be surprised that you can climb Mt. Whitney, I did the first time when I was 11 in the boy scouts and just a few years ago at 51. Whitney is not as "technical" as some folks think it is. The trail can actually be hiked in a day most take 2-3 days. It's most difficult part is the altitude and that's about it. For you start out by joining a group like the Boy Scouts they have groups your age that focus on climbing called venture troops and you will get trained and have the time of your life. Also the Sierra club has training for back packing. Many REI trips are planned throughout the year that you could sign up for, with a parent or guardian of course. Southern California has many great local mountains to hike such as San Gorgonio, Mt Baldy, Mt. Baden-Powell, San Jacinto peak and others. Info and trail guides are plenty and available at any REI store.
  • In California, if you get at least 80%, that's advanced. But it changed the test a bit this year, so I don't know. For Arkansas, I don't know. Ask a teacher.
  • As a retired union waitress I can tell you some of the industry standards. Thanks in advance for asking. In fine dinning where you get table side service it's 20-25%. Up scale is 20%. Regular dinning or family style places are 15% as are bars . Buffets are 10%. Hotels w/ bell captains get $1.50 per bag carried, depending on size and weight of bag, could be more. Motels generally have no customer service. Cab drivers 10-15% of the fare. If they carry luggage for you it's closer to 15%. Feel free to adjust these figures slightly depending on level of service.
  • Just wondering the exact law on displaying the front license plate on a normal passenger vehicle in CA. I know that CA is a 2 plate (rear/front) plate state. But is okay to display the front plate in the windshield. We just bought a used car and it doesn't have the piece to mount the front license plate, so the previous owner had it displayed in the inside of the car, facing out, in the bottom right corner of the windshield. Is this okay? Or should i just go buy some mounts? Thank you in advance for your responses.
  • California law specifically states that you MUST display a front license plate, and you MUST have the correct license plate bracket. If your car came from a state that does not require a front plate it may not have the bracket. You can get one from the dealership's parts department of that make of car.
  • You are asking for a ticket for an improperly displayed license plate. Mount it on the front bumper.
  • It is not "okay" to put plates in the window. It has to be securely mounted on the car.
  • No, they are not legeal. However, they are LEGAL in California. Since legeal isn't even a word, there is simply no way an SAA is legeal there.
  • It is doubtful anything is legal in Kalifornia.
  • Yes. For now.......
  • Well im 17 and have a sister whos 14 and we live here, LA is a great trip for you guys shopping is awesome dont get caught up on rodeo drive, its a tourist trap and youll end up staring at windows you should hit melrose, the promenade, westwood, and the groove, dont worry you and your husband wont be bored theres tons of stuff to do at all of those places you should definitely visit universal citywalk, this is seperate from the amusement park, i dont recommend the amusement park, i suggest disneyland instead, disneyland is great for any age, i love it for beachy activities, which april is a great month for, i suggest you visit venice beach and the santa monica pier which give you a great boardwalk feel, if you wanna just lay out at the beach i recommend Zuma beach in Malibu some more offbeat things to do would be, go see a tv filming information for that is on http://www.ocatv.com/, for a great view of the hollywood sign you should visit the griffith park observatory which is also an astronomy museum i dont suggest museums because there is so much more to do, and i personally get bored at them but my favorites are MOCA, the getty, and the griffith park observatory Also you should check out olvera street and the farmers market which are very cool places food is all up to u, there are tons of great places to eat, but make sure you grab the california signatures, in and out burger, jamba juice, and sees candy. have a great trip hope i helped
  • I know that they are dumbing down the tests to make the students feel happier and to say that the students are improving. i just got my cst score today and my english: 462 math: 463 history: 519 science: 562 now do these scores really mean anything? are they good or bad compared to my other fellow students in california? does this standard test affect my future or is it used merely for statistical purposes?
  • They honestly don't mean anything. Yes, my reading list number is 12 too (big whoop - sarcasm). Yes, I scored advanced in all sections but it doesn't even mean anything because it's just for the school to earn more money for if the students get proficient or advanced. Colleges don't look at it and they don't care - schools make a big deal out of it because they want to get money. Especially with all the cutbacks on school spending in the crappy economy of California. Oh, there should be a link with your scores and go to the link about the reading list and there's a list of books for that number reading list. Nothing special.
  • That would be an issue of "The Economist" http://www.economist.com/printedition/in...The cover picture is here: http://media.economist.com/images/200907...The article (leader) for this issue is: California v Texas America's future Jul 9th 2009 From The Economist print edition An intriguing, much more equal rivalry out West. But both California and Texas can learn from each other Article is here: http://www.economist.com/printedition/di...
  • i live like seriously 20 min out of san fran. i highly reccomend the haight & ashburry. if you are into sick vintage clothes for cheap. i bought a pair of citizens for humanity for 30 bucks.its seriously a sight to see even if you aren't. as far as haight goes its a hippy atmosphere. go to WASTELAND or buffalo exchange for some deals. also pipes are common.. haha ofcourse shopping in union square. we have a bloomingdales, neiman marcus, saks fith... but theres a macy's with a cheesecake factory at the top. bring a coat and sit out there at night or even for lunch. what else. well if you have a car i HIGHLY reccomend taking like a 10 min drive to burlingame avenu its in the city of burlingame. its a local fav... theres some cute shops but theres lots of teens there and its ridiculously chill. hmmm oh on the ave... hit up a clothing store called dirty laundry. theres also a j crew but whatever. oh there eat at copnhagen bakery... its really cool and they always have sales. if you are heading down it from el camino, its the first left theres a smoke shop on the corner. it sells knock off purses. dont buy your girlfriend a purse there. the guy is too pushy. HAVE FUN!
  • places to shop: The Block at Orange, Orange South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa style Island, Newport coastline third highway prom, Santa Monica fort shops, commerce Beverly middle, l. a. Ontario generators, Ontario
  • College Football season will be over by then.. The San Diego Chargers are the only team in california that will be in the NFL playoffs by then. They will play on the 5th or 6th first round then.. if they advance past the first week they still will have to travel out of state on the 12th or 13th.. So that isn't really a good option.. It is not quite near baseball season.. So basketball may be an option.. both college and pro.. I am not sure about wrestling events..
  • The Golden State Warriors will be playing at home on January 13th against the Indiana Pacers at 6:00pm. Warrior home games are very exciting, I go all the time, so your son should love it. Go to Warriors.com to buy tickets on-line.
  • http://www.pennysaverusa.com/classifieds/merchandise/pets-for-sale/dogs-for-sale/pit_bull/usa/california/#search-url:/search/advanced/?region=w-us-ca&view_type=standard&sort_method=effective_date&sort_direction=desc&category=1011532&advert_type=1&page=1&per_page=24 try that
  • Pitbull Puppies Bay Area
  • This Site Might Help You. RE: Where can i buy a red nose puppy pitbull in the bay area?(northern california)?
  • the genes that cause "red nose" are in EVERY bloodline of "pit bull" It means nothing now. It used to be a very exclusive strain of game-bred American Pit Bull Terriers called Old Family Red Nose. All of their dogs were red with red noses/paws/claws and amber eyes and were true APBT's (not the big bully mutts or bland common pit-mutts) Since then, the genes for the "red nose" have found their way into literally every single bloodline and strain of pit bull and pit mutt out there. its not special. And people need to stop labeling their pit-mutts with 'red' or 'blue' nose...its just the color in the skin of the nose. Where can you buy one? Local shelter. They are overflowing with common pit-mutts. if you want quality, get to know some UKC APBT breeders and get a real game bred pit bull. Don't buy a bully. they are mutts and unhealthy. don't support anyone selling their dogs as "rednose pit bulls". they are mutts and as common as shelter dogs. @Sisyphus: The American Pit Bull Terrier IS A BREED. Ignorant people keep applying the term "pit bull" to any dog who even resembles the parent breed. When I refer to the dogs in shelters, I call them "pit-mutts". They may have some APBT in them, but its crossed with other Bully Breeds*. *Bully Breeds is the CORRECT term for all the breeds lumped in with pit bulls. It doesn't just refer to the American Bully mutt. It is a blanket term for dogs related to the APBT. The "Bull and Terriers". And even Bulldogs. Bully Breed is a type of dog. Pit Bull is a breed of dog. Learn the difference.
  • Contact Shorty Russo, he runs a Pit Bull rescue in Calif. OH and RED NOSE determines color only,
  • The color of the nose has nothing to do with the dog. These kind of dogs are bred by backyard breeders and come with genetic and temperament problems. Please don't patronize the backyard breeders.
  • There's NO SUCH BREED as "pitbull". COLOR is immaterial. There are millions of BYB CROOKS waiting to SCAM such an abysmally SUCKER as yourself....you're wearing a "SCAM ME" sign.
  • PITBULLS ARE IN EVERY SHELTER EVERYWERE.... DO YOUR OWN HOME WORK ..CALL ONE OR MORE
  • The Octopus: A California Story by Frank Norris has some elements that I found distracting, puzzling, or faulty. First, there is not just one but *two* romantic subplots: Annixter's difficult courtship with a girl whose family works on his ranch (but at least we see how his marriage transforms his character positively and plausibly); and the shepherd/spiritualist Vanamee's incomprehensible nightly summonings of the ghost of his long-lost love Angele. Some of the dialogue is rendered flaccid by the use of euphemisms -- it's unbelievable that Annixter would refrain from calling Behrman anything worse than a "pip." The unctuous tone it applies to its oppressed-worker-vs.-corporate-monster theme is similar to the approach Steinbeck would use almost forty years later in "The Grapes of Wrath."
  • Al wild fires are to the north you will be staying at the San Bernardino-Riverside-Ontario Metropolitan area (The Inland Empire..The IE, 14th largest mtro in the nation...not part of LA Metro what so ever!) and the fires are around Fresno, Bakersfield,San Fansisco, Sacramento, Modesto and so on have fun in the IE!
  • The wildfires aren't affecting us at all. The closest is 100 miles WEST of LA. PS is 100 miles EAST of LA, so you're 200 miles away. The majority of fires are up in NorCal, between 500 and 800 miles from here. No affect on us at all. What you should know: I was out in PS last weekend, and it was HOT!!! It was 108, and my in-laws said it had been hotter the day before. Leave your jacket at home, and pack shorts, cotton tops, and LOTS of sunscreen. The kind that won't wash off in the pool. We vowed we would never go back out there for July 4th again. Sorry Pops and Gran, we just can't take it.
  • No...No fires...The would redirect traffic if for some reason there was a fire...I was a firefighter and i can tell you the worse fires here are in Oct when the Santa Ana winds are kicking. I'm near the area your going to...
  • The wild fires are in Northern California.
  • well there are three fires in the area #! near big sur (along the coast )and thats been burning for several week (3+or -) #2 up in butte county(up north ) and thats been going for about 2 weeks .#3 the foresthill fire and thats been going for about a week and a half ,andif your here for a visit bring a mask you just might need one because you can see what your breathing .
  • All the fires now are in mid-state so there's no problem for you. SoCA has its fire season in the early fall, known as the Santa Ana's because of the winds.
  • Hi, In California where you want to move you have to choose. I think you have to choose popular area and you stay there. And contact neighbored they can help you as spread your name and your talent. If you choose in that are where Hollywood related people are living there that's good for you. Belize property center there are lots of Hollywood related people are living you can try in this area. Thank You!!
  • while you weren't looking California went bankrupt, public services are at a premium, unemployment is a problem, plus high cost of living and the state recovering from a lot of foreclosures in 2008. In 2014 you'll have to pay your own Obamacare insurance which will be an additional $700-900 per year or higher in CA so you'd need a job immediately and jobs are like hen's teeth (so they say) which means they are non-existent. It would be a lot better if you didn't live on the streets. If you don't have a degree yet, get one.
  • Many areas here are very expensive. I live in one of them. Sonoma County. Bay Area. But the economy is getting better. A one bedroom here is from $800-1400. It's difficult if you are a smoker or have pets to find a place as well.
  • got lots research to do b4 moving or u will get burned. so visit library at least.
  • Do you mean any book written before 1911? Physically in the state of California or ABOUT the state's history, culture, etc.? You can use the Worldcat site to locate books. Here's one example: I used the advanced search page and typed keywords: California history Date range: 1800-1911. One of the resulting book titles: http://www.worldcat.org/title/famous-mis...Advanced search page for WorldCat http://www.worldcat.org/advancedsearchNotice, that after you click on a book title you can enter your city or zipcode and then the results will list libraries in order of geographical proximity to you. Otherwise, open a chat with a librarian near you so that you can clarify what you're after and they will assist you in finding what you need. Examples: http://sfpl.org/index.php?pg=2000001701http://www.colapublib.org/contactus/ http://www.library.ucla.edu/questions/index.cfm
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  • Here is what the salary for a medical assistant looks like in California: http://medicalassisting-edu.com/californ... There is actually a big growth in the medical assistant industry right now and it is expected to grow over 30% in the coming years. There is definitely places to advance inside this field: http://medicalassisting-edu.com/career/a...You can have flexible hours if you need them and you can do a ton of different jobs each day. No day is going to be the same so you wont get bored.Its a great career with great projection of growth in the coming years!
  • Pooky is right about medical assisting, its expensive and costly. I went to Kaplan college in the central valley for this exact same thing. I thought I needed to do something and since I wasn't employed, this seemed like a logical step. My mother told me not to go to this school but I didn't listen, now I owe over 5,000 to them in loans. Now don't get me wrong, I learned alot of stuff i've never knew about the human body and different careers. But its no good when you can't get a job in what you trained for. If you do go for medical assisting anyway, go for the cheapest school possible. When I was on my externship, a girl who paid about 1600 for her program got a job over me. Also knowing a different language like spanish will greatly help in landing a job. Another thing is it doesn't matter whether you get a certificate, diploma, or degree, because it doesn't change your pay that much. One more thing, most jobs want you to have experience usually 1 to 3 years, this is before they hire you. This is the common reason those who go to an expensive private school don't have jobs(like me) you see the schools can train you but they don't help you land the job, because they can't, and your externship doesn't count as experience. If you do have the money for private school, be at the very top of your class's performance, ace everything, some externships will hire the very best top-proforming students.
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  • Most MAs go to private schools - and it costs a fortune. Two problems - many private schools are flooding the market with MAs, etc. secondly, it costs more to get the degree than what you'd make per year, and this means it's not a good deal. Do a little further research by looking at indeed.com or craigslist.com (Los Angeles, for example) to see what is the going rate for a medical assistant.
  • Medical assisting and all the other "tech"/"assistant" jobs (example: pharmacy tech) are low-level jobs in the medical field. They do not offer career advancement opportunity, but they do pay a livable wage. Personally, it's not something I would want my kid to get into. I know that I would want more for my life than that because I have the potential to do more with my life. I have the potential to do more and prepare for a better career. Unfortunately, not everyone has what it takes to get a Bachelor's degree. These tech jobs are good for them, but many people can do better.
  • King of California LA Story
  • Hollywoodland or Tales of the City.
  • Fastimes at ridgemont high! There will be blood. Down and out in beverly hills. Zodiac.
  • You mean Hollywood fiction or documentaries?
  • you can just show up but its always better to do it in advance. NBC Studio Tours: 3000 W. Alameda Ave., Burbank, Ca 91523 (818) 840-3537 Rates: Adults $8.50, Seniors (60+) $7.50, Children (5-12) $5, Under 5- free I dont think universal take reservations for groups under 20. you can call them at 1-800- universal or go to their website at www.universalstudioshollywood.com thier tour prices are subject to change While your in the hollywood area you can also do a tour of the city. for my guests i use "hollywood sightseeing tours" Thier number is 1-800-989-7234. they have 3 different packages you can choose from. 1. city tour, $55 for adults $45 children (3- 10) this tour is 5 hours long. it tours hollywood, beverly hill, star homes, rodeo drive, melrose ave, sunset blvd, hollywood walk of fame, chinese and kodak theater,and they stop for lunch at the farmers market. 2. Grand tour $65 adults $55 children. 6-7 hours. this tour includes everything from the city tour plus you will visit the beaches, including venice and santamonica (baywatch) 3. Last is the combo tour $99 adults and $89 children this tour includes the city tour and admission to universal studios. Have fun in hollywood
  • There are a few public tours of different studios you can choose from. The biggest is Universal Studios, but this is really more of a Theme Park than Studio Tour. The major attraction here is the Tram Tour of the Back Lot. For this you do not need any reservations, you just show up and pay the admission. They do have higher packages that offer more of a VIP experience, that are worth it if you have the money and want to do something special. Another good one is Warner Brothers Studio Tour. This is strictly a studio tour and a very good one if you want a more personal tour without having to pay a VIP Price. Since it is a working studio they only do these Monday-Friday and you can just show up for the next available tour or make a reservation in advance(recomended). Paramount(Sony) use to offer a tour but no longer do. The only other one would be the NBC Tour. If you have time, I would suggest both the Universal and Warner Brothers tours. If you only have time for one and want more of a "studio" tour then Warner Brothers is the one you want. If you do go to Warner Brothers you will need to bring a government issued ID such as a Drivers Licence or Passport or you will not be admitted to the tour. This does not apply to Universal Studios.
  • Universal and NBC have the best tours. Just go the studio entrances, buy your tickets. Universal is actually more of theme park with a studio tour included in the admission. It includes stunt shows, exhibits, and rides....all day event.
  • in case you haven't any longer carried out the bus excursion of the celebs residences, it is unquestionably form of relaxing. Studio excursions are not actual cheap and widely used has the ultimate backlot for that. something are form of boring and maximum won't assist you to pass on except you're capturing there. another relaxing stuff to do (which isn't inevitably as touristy) is: hike to the tide swimming pools in Palos Verdes (short hike and actual cool to confirm each and every of the fish and stuff), Venice coastline, hire wave runners on the Redondo Pier, hike Runyon Canyon (view of the whole city from the suited), Farmer's marketplace at 0.33 and Fairfax, Aquarium of the Pacific in long coastline and then lunch on the long coastline pier, lunch on the Polo front room (costly yet I constantly see stars ingesting there).
  • I would NOT recommend the Warner Brothers tour Its the dumbest tour around Universal is the best
  • I've lived in California twice (I lived in L.A. and now live in San Francisco.) If I had to choose between Sydney or Cali, that would be a very, very easy decision for me. I love Sydney, I've been there a few times and just absolutely love it! Sydney has gorgeous beaches and a great downtown with the Opera House. It is such a great city...even better than anyplace in Cali. I don't like Cali because there are just too many people here (40 million) and it's not safe. Too many guns in USA. Also too many illegal immigrants in Cali. I find people in Cali are also not genuinely friendly. I'd move to Sydney - hands down. SF is just a nice place to visit. America's getting worse and worse. Too many people and too many guns, leading to too many gangs and gun crimes. That's why I'm moving to Australia....plus the work benefits there are SO MUCH better! So much vacation time and universal healthcare! My fiance is an Australian citizen and I'm going to be living there. Good-bye America. Hello Australia! Source(s): born and bred American. Once-proud American, not anymore. Excited to be a future Aussie!
  • Both are absolutely awesome cities, which have pretty much only pros. Sydney is Australia’s largest city is the capital of the state of New South Wales. It is also part of the rugged and spectacular south east coast of Australia. Sydney city is set on a stunning harbour and is often referred to as one of the world’s most beautiful cities. Its natural beauty and mild climate combine to make it an attractive destination for students and tourists alike.while Sydney is the most expensive city in Australia The Lifestyle Festival, which is located near the finish line at each Finishing City, is the place to be for all cycling enthusiasts. There is no better place to experience the spectacle of race day than at the Lifestyle Festival.
  • Coolfizz, I have been to both places, I am sorry to say Sydney gets the thumbs up from me. The beaches are outstanding, and the people I met on some of those beaches, were not stuck up snobs, but very helpful and very knowledgeable of the dangers, and guided me. Chris
  • I am interested in moving to Southern California from New Jersey. I really like the beautiful year-round weather, beaches, mountains, amusement parks, laid back lifestyle, etc. I really have no clue about the areas down there. Which is the best area or does it even make a difference? I seen a few houses that I like in Oceanside, how is that community?? Is it near attractions? Also is Oceanside/San Diego area better then Orange County and LA area? Thanks in advance - Ark.
  • The weather is mild here all year round and it's not that unusual to have beautiful weather in the 70's in December. A more seasonal temperature for December would be cool (low 60s) with a chance of a winter rain storm. If your pool was heated, you could swim. Oceanside is a lot of military and is not one of the nicer areas of the county. Just about any other town in the North County coastal area is great. Encinitas, Carlsbad, Del Mar, La Jolla are some of the best places to live. There are also some nice places and some good value a little inland on the western border of the cities of Vista and San Marcos. http://www.beachcalifornia.com/encinit.h...In general the closer to the Mexican boarder you get, the lower the property values. You really want to live north if I-8 and west of I-15. One of the best places to live in the city of San Diego is Pacific Beach. Other nice middle class areas are Tierrasanta and Clairmont. Mission Valley is almost all condos and apartments. La Jolla and Scripps Ranch are upscale and wealthy. Hillcrest is the center of the gay community. Mission Beach is the seasonal party animal crowd. University City is upscale young professionals. Ocean Beach is hippies, druggies and beach bums. Point Loma is retire miltary. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pacific_Bea...http://www.sandiego.org/article_set/Visi...LA and OC is urban sprawl and smog. The closer you get to LA the darker the sky gets. LA is in a basin and the air quality sucks. On the otherhand, San Diego is on the coast the constant ocean breeze keeps the air cleaner and the temperature about 5-10 degrees cooler in the summer. It's natural air conditioning. LA is close enough to go to any attractions in the area. Disneyland is about 90 minutes from downtown San Diego and Downtown LA is about a 2 hour drive, depending on traffic. From North County, reduce times by 30 minutes.
  • Eh do not go there for your whole life. It's a highly military area with the Navy and Marines so you will see a lot of military as your neighbors. It's not a place to live as a normal person. Not many people will stay, as they move around a lot. And no it's not near LA at all. A part of San Diego, but not in it. Um, no not near attractions, unless you consider the military base an attraction. It is near the zoo though. It's just not for normal people to live. Only military.
  • yeah for sure, I live in cali and I'm a guy and I find southern girls really attractive. One thing to mention though, people are generally not super conservative/religious out here. So if you are, try and keep it reasonable. I don't mean you should hide who you are, but just don't make it seem like you're really hardcore conservative, cause everyone is pretty liberal out here, and if someone starts talking about how Obama doesn't have a real birth certificate or something crazy like that, people will be quick to judge. But besides that (since you don't sound crazy), I think you'll be fine :)
  • LOL what do you mean you never know about people in california. I'm californian, and we're all pretty nice. And in california there are a lot of types of guys you can choose from. . I'm pretty sure they're all going to have different tastes. so yeah.
  • Probably fresh out of high school. Did you ever watch Million Dollar Listing? It's a show on Bravo, and there are three real estate agents in California who sell houses worth millions of dollars. They're also really young. It looks super fun because they make commissions in the thousands!!!!!!!
  • Except in limited circumstances defined in law and summarized in the child labor law booklet, all minors under 18 years of age employed in the state of California must have a permit to work.
  • No work permit needed if you're 16.
  • at 16, you do need a work permit. you can get one at your school.
  • Under the age of 16 you cant work PERIOD.(Not officialy) The only time you need a workers permit is when you are from another country
  • I'm guessing you mean California's Great Adventure Halloween Haunt. Tickets are 36.99 in advance 41.99 at the door. http://haunt.cagreatamerica.com/
  • In California, so it could vary from state to state, you need to be at least 16 years old to work at Trader Joe's because of higher regulations.On the application it has a box asking if you are at least 16 or 18 years of age.
  • I want to become a paramedic, (go through my EMT basic training straight out of high school), but some other circumstances in my life right now might make it so I have to get out of high school early to support myself. (I am planning on working full time and doing my EMT training whenever possible). So my question is, if I take the CHSPE, will I still be able to go through my EMT training and get a job as an emergency medical tech? I am 16, I would take the CHSPE in the beginning of this year or the end, and would want to start my training ASAP. Please only answer if you have experience as an EMT or with the CHSPE, or knowledge of either. Thank you very much in advance!
  • In California you can not take the EMT class until you are 18 years old. But, yes the equivalent of a GED is acceptable to be a Paramedic.
  • In short, yes. Your CHSPE will be equivalent to your high school diploma and will allow you to enroll in a program to become a paramedic. You should really consider enrolling in an EMT training program because it will be short, provide income, and help prepare you for the paramedic program. Typically one can become an EMT-Basic then progress until they are a full paramedic. Good luck!
  • California Poppy Seeds are naturally a bit stubborn to germinate and wait on specific climatic, seasonal and soil conditions to occur. I have listed a link to a page to find out all sorts of goodies on california poppies and growing them you will have to scrll down to the section on them. As a side note they take 4 to 6 weeks to germinate
  • did u soak the seeds in a cup of water for at least 18 to 24 hours before u planted them? if not just water the area for the next few days and they will be "popping" up in no time! a few more days.
  • I certainly have got here across that as quickly as you plant poppy seeds placed some pebbles sparcely over the main appropriate, the seeds like slightly the chill the pebbles supply, and could sprout up around them.
  • Oh, to the contrary Froggie. You seen to be totally misinformed. EVERY part of California does have a very noticeable Winter season. It is NOT warm all year long. Have you ever watched the Rose Parade on television, and while it looked Sunny out doors all the people were wearing heavy Winter coats because the temperature was probably about 35 degrees. It DOES get cold here, it just doesn't snow along the coast because of the low elevation. If you want warm Winters go to Florida, or Hawaii.
  • There are several places throughout New Mexico that are dry and do not get too cold or extremely hot. Santa fe has nice weather and is beautiful. I'm not sure how the job market compares to Cali.
  • Coastal Areas of the Pacific Northwest many places on the shore there seldom get below 40 and seldom get above 80 these are places like Port Townsend, WA Sequim WA Newport OR San Juan Islands WA further inland you get more extremes however, it does get rainy there in the winter The summer air is usually dry, and not too hot
  • Eastern Time Pacific Time.. Eastern Time- is the east part of The United States.. like NY and its a 3 hour difference
  • PT = Pacific Time (California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada) ET = Eastern Time (New York, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida, etc.) Depends. If you have satellite, (not SKY TV. Dish/Directv is what I'm referring to) the ET/PT is worthless on most of the channels. If it says that Monk was on at 9PM ET/PT, Directv and Dish Network is going to broadcast it at 6PM because they are receiving their signals from the East Coast (yeah, I know. Confusing!) If you have cable (doesn't matter the provider) we go by PT (Pacific Time) because we are in the Pacific, not in the Eastern (ET.)
  • PT= pacific time ET= eastern time
  • You are asking about time zones, and cable / satellite television broadcasts. If your provider airs both airings watch the one that is most convenient for you. If they only air the Pacific Time broadcast you don't have a choice. Remember that Eastern time is 3 hours ahead of Pacific time.
  • pt it means pacific time and california is on the pacific coast the other one is eastern time which is the atlantic coast
  • tons for quail and dove, if your in southern california, the backside of big bear mountain, and certain areas in the desert have loads of quail and dove, but pheasants a little more tricky because most r found in northern cali, but all on private land, id suggest you still go to the DFG for regulations and the zones you can hunt in, ive been hunting cali since i was 8 and its phenominal
  • I believe so. You should probably check the California Department of Fish and Game website since they'd list public lands which allow hunting.
  • Your dnr should have lists of public hunting grounds on their website, you also could look up public hunting grounds then add your county to it
  • Property taxes varies from city to city and county to county even they are all within the same state. It all depends on the community's budget for municipal and social services such as schools, police, fire rescue and parks etc. So in San Francisco, a property owner will pay more taxes than say a farming community outside the city. From the information you provided, no one can give you any accurate tax rate here. However, if you know the county or the city you are interested, you can go to the county/city government's web site and search under "property tax assessor". Once you get into that site, it will have information about the mileage (tax $ per thousand of property value). Better yet, if you know an exact address or a property owners name, you can search under that. Then they will give you just about anything you need to know about the property including tax assessed to that particular property. At lot of times, they call that "Tax Roll or County Records". Example, on your browser, type in "San Mateo County, property tax assessor, California" and it site will come on. Go to the left side and you will see the selection for "Property tax and assessment look-up", click on it and you are in. Have fun.
  • Versus me telling you here is the information so you can get the answer and then some from our research department STATE’S WEB SITE: http://www.dca.ca.gov/PROPERTY TAXATION LAWS: http://www.boe.ca.gov/proptaxes/proptax.... or http://www.boe.ca.gov/proptaxes/ptrules....Property Tax Delinquency Information: http://www.sco.ca.gov/col/taxinfo/tcs/index.shtml Buena Suerte
  • Property taxes are not state, they are city and county. so if you get a property outside of a city, you only have one property tax instead of too.
  • quick rule of thumb, 1.25% of value for property tax and insurance
  • www.ca.gov should have your answer.
  • Head down US 101 to CA 1 to Monterey Ride along the world famous 17 mile drive in Carmel and see the iconic "Lone Cypress." Visit Monterey Bay Aquarium and Cannery Row. (The aquarium is where Star Trek IV was filmed, it's not in SF.) http://www.pebblebeach.com/activities/ex...http://www.montereybayaquarium.org/http://www.canneryrow.com/The next day head down the coast on CA 1 to Big Sur, San Simeon and Hearst Castle. Hearst Castle is one of those places you must see before you die. Be sure to buy advanced tickets for the tours. http://www.hearstcastle.org/ From San Simeon continue down the coast , picking up US 101 at San Luis Obispo. Santa Barbara is 'Old California" wealth. Lots of great food and their zoo is right next to the ocean.. If you have time, go a little inland to Solvang before heading to LA. http://www.solvangusa.com/ Los Angeles has all the major tourist traps like Disneyland, Magic Mountain and Universal Studios, but try and take in some sights like the Getty Center. The Getty Center is one of the most impressive architectural achievements in the United States and it also contains some of the finest works of art in the world. Because if its large endowment, it's free. You'll find Renaissance paintings, Impressionist paintings by Monet, van Gogh, and Renoir, 20th-century American photography, graphic arts, Baroque sculptures, Byzantine illuminated manuscripts, and more, all amidst a sprawling, modern campus in the Santa Monica Mountains. The museum also offers spectacular views of Los Angeles on clear days. It also has one of the best restaurants in LA http://www.getty.edu/index.html The Huntington Library offers an amazing art collection as well as impressive gardens on a massive estate. http://www.huntington.org/ San Diego is one of the nicest cities in the country. Do not miss it. Some must see attractions in San Diego are the world famous Zoo, Sea World, and Balboa Park. Known as the "Smithsonian of the West" Balboa Park is the largest urban cultural park in the country. You can get a park passport which allows you entry to a dozen museums as well as the zoo. http://www.balboapark.org http://zoo.sandiegozoo.org/ My favorite museum in the park is the San Diego Model Railroad Museum. It has some of the largest model layouts in the world. It is really awesome and a real hidden gem. Other attractions in the park are the Air and Space Museum, Ruben H. Fleet Science Center and IMAX theater, the Natural History Museum, the Museum of Man, the Automotive Museum, the Old Globe Theatre, the Hall of Champions, the Botanical Gardens, and the largest outdoor pipe organ in the world (free concerts on Sunday). La Jolla offers great views, great surfing, great food, great theater, and great shopping. Drive up to Mt. Soledad for a fantastic panoramic view of the city. Check out the surfers at historic Windansea Beach. At low tide you can walk out onto the tide pools. Walk along the Cove and check out the caves. Visit the Museum of Contemporary Art. Take a stroll on Prospect St and check out the shops, galleries, and have some authentic Mexican food at Alfonso's. Then head to the Birch Aquarium at The Scripps Institution of Oceanography. It has a spectacular view of the bluffs over the Pacific Ocean. The Tony award winning La Jolla Playhouse is located nearby on the campus of UCSD. For a few laughs at night, The Comedy Store is on Pearl St. http://aquarium.ucsd.edu/
  • There is a reason popular places are popular. I would not skip Fisherman's Wharf and environs just because it is a common place to visit. (I don't find much to do in Hollywood, though.) I agree with Adam--if you have the time a drive down the coast from Monterey to Santa Barbara would be great. Switch off driving so one person can look at the scenery while the other looks at the road. On the other hand, a drive through the Sierra Nevada (please don't call the Sierra the Sierras) on the other side of the State will take you through the sequoias, the gold rush towns, and Yosemite (though it is likely to be crowded that time of year). Some people like to make a trip out of visiting the California missions. Or you can go "Sideways" and visit wineries throughout the state. There are really too many possibilities to narrow it down in a Y!A post. As Adam says, you need a good guide book just to narrow down your choices.
  • I'd definitely recommend getting a travel guide to get a sense of what you might want to see. I definitely recommend driving down the coast from SF to LA (or the reverse) and take time to check out Santa Barbara, Hearst Castle, Big Sur, Santa Cruz, etc.
  • What kind of things? Historical? Cultural hot spots? Outdoors? Restaurants? There's a lot I could suggest, but what are you into?
  • California qualifying scores are usually between 217-221 (depending on the year). Last year it was a 221. But it may go down this year, so good luck =) SAT scores don't impact your National Merit status. SAT's are given by the CollegeBoard. PSAT's are given by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. The asterisk actually means that you are not eligible, and is irrelevent of the score you receive. Merit scholars have to be US citizens, graduate high school in four years, and meet some other criteria. If you do not meet these requirements, there will be an asterisk. Since you don't have one, you could still potentially receive Merit Scholar status. Even if you don't qualify as a semi-finalist, you are definitely a Commended Student. The score requirement for Commended is the same for all states, and usually about a 201. You've far exceeded that requirement. Congrats!
  • National Merit Commended Cutoff 2013
  • I don't see how it couldn't be, in Florida it's around 211-213. EDIT: Wow, I guess it's much higher in CA than in FL...My friend got 212 on the PSAT so she's still waiting to find out the cutoff this year and see if she made it. What percentile are you in? 99th, right? It seems like if you are you should at least get semi-finalist....
  • Too low. The cutoff for this year was a 221 (http://www.collegeplanningsimplified.com... so that explains why you didn't get it. That's a great SAT score though, so I wouldn't worry about it too much.
  • The word "dog" appears in two sections of the California Vehicle Code: http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/cgi-bin/calawq... The first says you shall yield to Seeing Eye Dogs. The second is re: dogs in cargo areas. You are completely free to have your dog unsecured in your convertable. My dogs ride with a body harness secured by a short leash to a fastened seat belt.
  • i really don't believe some of these question people ask. Check your laws in California or ask a police officer. or you could tie it to your bumper then drive down the highway. i love animals, but such dumb questions.
  • Residence solely for the purpose of education does NOT establish residence for tuition purposes. You must be physically present in California with the purpose of making it your home. If you are under 24, and your parents are not residents of CA, you will also have to prove financial independence. Here are the rules found at the UC Davis web site: http://registrar.ucdavis.edu/ucdwebcatal...
  • Source lived in CA for over 20 years... The resident tuition is for people that live CA and generally is lower than what someone from another state would pay to go to a college in CA.
  • Sacramento State is also known as California State University, Sacramento (http://www.csus.edu/). There is no University of California campus in Sacramento, though they do have a center affiliated with the Davis campus there (http://uccs.ucdavis.edu/)
  • California is the only f' ed up state in the USA where the plates go with the car and not with the prior owner. Just make sure you follow all of the appropriate steps to make sure the plates and registration are no longer tied to you and are tied to the new owner. The best way to handle this is to go to the DMV with the new owner.
  • Here you go: http://www.courts.ca.gov/selfhelp-namech...
  • Go to the courthouse (superior court for the county you live in) and get an application, fill it out, turn it in, and wait for them to schedule a hearing.
  • If you are a Male, get married and take your wife's last name and then divorce her and then take another name. if you are a women do the same thing.
  • Restaurant business are very difficult. About 90% of them fail within the first year. Sometimes you get a restaurant that is a hit and very unique and they work out good. But given that California is in one of the worst economic situations in the country, I would hold off or if all the restaurants around you are dying off then, you can get the things you need for dirt cheap. You would want to buy their things that they are trying to sell. And if they are dying off then, it could also mean less competition.
  • Now are you sure you want to know gross profit or do you want net profit. there is a big difference in the two Gross profit = Net sales – Cost of goods Net sales = Sales – Sales returns and allowances Net sales if your bottom line profit of the business and what you take home. In many cases it can be as low as 10% to 20% if not less. you make your money of owning more then one business Very hard to say since it all depends on location and rent, expenses etc. Good Luck
  • Depends on what you sell, coffee is very high margin so its different, but typically 10% is the net profit a food service biz has
  • These: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/2005-2006-2007-2008-TOYOTA-COROLLA-RF-HEADLIGHT-OEM_W0QQitemZ270519635830QQcmdZViewItemQQptZMotors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories?hash=item3efc3a0f76#ht_1904wt_941 I know tinting your headlights in CA are 100% illegal, but I'm not sure if it's legal if they have a black "background." Please no guessing answers, this is the law we're talking about. I wanna know I can get these and still drive my car everywhere and feel safe! I searched all over, but I still can't find the answer!
  • This is what the California law states so you will be fine..... 24400. (a) A motor vehicle, other than a motorcycle, shall be: (1) Equipped with at least two headlamps, with at least one on each side of the front of the vehicle, and, except as to vehicles registered prior to January 1, 1930, they shall be located directly above or in advance of the front axle of the vehicle. The headlamps and every light source in any headlamp unit shall be located at a height of not more than 54 inches nor less than 22 inches and must be able to see at a distance of 1,000 feet.......
  • Uh, it says OEM, and they look like normal headlights so I don't see why those specific ones would be illegal. I doubt Toyota would make headlights that are illegal to use.
  • If they have a black background there is no reflection of light, and that is what headlights are designed with silver mirror reflectors for. You probably can't find anything about it because no one thought any one would be that stupid to do it.
  • To be legal, the headlight has to have the letters, "DOT" on it. If not, it is for off road use only.
  • WHERE in California are you? Go to www.MikeRuss.org for locations. I went to the one in Anaheim, CA to get my Life Agent license, but they also do P&C as well as Real Estate. Good luck.
  • I like Mike Russ. They were good. They have good teachers and a good prep class. Take the prep class too and you will be sure to pass. When I was there several people said they had been to AD Banker and Mike Russ was better.
  • A.D. Banker & Company. I used them when I got into the insurance business. A reputable firm; lots of locations; lots of choices in scheduling.
  • Theres a place in:Sherman Oaks,Calif on Ventura Blvd..good luck to you
  • www.iiaa.org your local professional organization. They do it best.
  • I live in the Pacific North West USA and we do have fresh fruit bowls available in the produce department of most major grocery stores. They tend to be a bit on the costly side (for me) but fresh fruit is usually available at roadside stands in season since i live in an agricultural area. If this is something you want every day you might be better off purchasing the fruits you like whole, and making up a large fruit bowl every few days. Then serving from that. The only other option I can think of is frozen fruit mixture. Usually sold in plastic bags in the freezer section.
  • possibly it particularly is the factors if Cali I pass to, yet i think of that's completely fake. Suprisingly there are various very appropriate women in Las Vegas (actual citizens, no longer vacationers on the strip.)
  • You have to say here you're coming FROM to get an answer. Addendum: You can get an estimate of the air fare on any travel consolidators website. Remember to book at least 30 days in advance, and fly mid week to get the lowest fare. In U.S.dollars a half way decent hotel in California will start in the $150 a night range, and meals from a modest "family" style restaurant will cost about $30 a day Add to that what you think you will spend on entertainment, admissions (most amusement parks will eat up most of $100) and souvenirs. If you enter the U.S under the visa waiver program you can stay for up to 90 days, but you have to apply online BEFORE you leave the U.K. Look for the ESTA program. "www. cpb.gov/
  • in california, you need to take driver's ed and driver's training because you are between 15 1/2 and 17 1/2 to get a permit see link and choose http://www.dmv.ca.gov/dl/new_driver.htm
  • If you’re between 15½ and 17½ years old and want to get a California learners permit (provisional instruction permit), you’ll need to complete a DMV-licensed drivers education course.
  • You need to take Drivers Ed, it ensures the state that you've been taught correctly on how to drive.
  • no you dont need to take drivers ed.. u have to sign a paper from the dmv saying u took more then 20 hrs of driving.
  • It's somewhere around $70-100, for a passenger it's about half that.
  • at least $150
  • Here's a place to start: http://www.usabartendingschool.com/?OVRA...
  • i'm kinda interior an identical subject, I m beginning nursing college on the tip of the month and function basically couple days unemployment left, I additionally went with the aid of all their textile approximately CTB accessible yet its quite obscure and that they simply positioned their jammed 1800 form to prepare for it it is impossible to get with the aid of, the EDD de3550 form doesnt help plenty, meanwhile what I recommend you is to prepare on line for the extension simply by fact the federal gov has extra extra weeks then I dont understand what to do next, I dont desire to lie on my declare form the place it says did you start up any practise or type(which generally you say NO yet once you say definite they block your reward precise away !!) yet on an identical time I dont desire to declare the certainty and then they block my reward and that i ought to do God is popular with what and wait I dont understand how long in this disaster to finally arise with some one and notice if i will prepare for CTB, that is a daft subject, with each and all the fees for you to pay and this disaster on the job industry, you tell the certainty to EDD you're screwed and you dont tell the certainty you would be screwed in an prolonged time as nicely !!
  • Sales tax in California is between 7.25% and 9.75% so the total is between $320.68 and $328.15. For the person asking about Silver Spring, MD, the tax is 6% there so the total would be $316.94.
  • $321
  • It depends upon which county you live in......some california counties have tax rates as low as 8.25% while others are like 9.75%......tell me which county and I can tell u the tax.
  • How much would it be buying from Silver spring, Maryland?
  • If you are graduating in Spring of 2015, you can enroll in the 2nd semester first year Naval Science course in Spring of 2012, then dual enroll in the first two years courses in the fall of 2012. If you plan on graduating in the spring of 2014, then you need to contact the USD Battalion now to be sent to the Naval Science Institute at Newport Rhode Island this summer. A Midn in the USD Battalion told me that no College Programmers were offered advanced standing in 2010, when before it was routine for College Programmers to pick up a scholarship after a semester. Also consider the Plc. Nrotc Mo Bulldog and Plc Seniors is the same six week Ocs course. Good understanding of Nrotc by reading the FAQ on the website of the nation's first Nrotc Battalion: http://navyrotc.berkeley.edu/faq.shtmlNrotc College Program versus Scholarship Program: http://nrotc.missouri.edu/programs.phpPlc: http://www.dcmarineofficer.com/platoonle...http://officer.marines.com/marine/making_marine_officers/commissioning_programs All Marine Officer Commissioning Programs require a 1st Class Marine Pft, 225 minimum. They really like to see it over 280 and most OSO will not forward an application for the Plc to a Selection Board with a PFT less than 240. Good Luck!
  • from what i remember on the tattoo policy its something like the tattoo must not be able to be seen in PT gear and if it is must be professional and can be covered up by your hand if its on the chest it can not cross the clavical bone and neck and head are not allowed now for a right shoulder i don't see any reason but you might want to drop by a local recruiting center and check with them there as they will be able to tell you if it will be in or out of regs
  • Nrotc Advanced Standing
  • your best bet is to go on ebay and find one, i doubt anywhere in the world still sells them in shops unless they are second hand, or you live in china haha, you can pick one up for about $12 easily of ebay/amazon, or you could pop into gamestation and ask if they have an second hand ones in store, :)
  • Mom and pop video game stores might have them. Google/check phone book and call around. If you feel comfortable, Craigslist. You're in LA so there's bound to be some people selling them.
  • to bear in mind the forged previous college days i p.c.. colour. unique mario, tetris, the days of great nintendo, sega genesis. nintendo sixty 4, ps1. yet to play video games i circulate with sp cus it may play the colour video games. yet i'm no longer into portable video games i'm kool with 360, wii ,and pc. by utilising the way if all and sundry listens to biggie and you have heard the track juicy i think of you will say "great nintendo sega genesis whilst i became into flat broke guy i could no longer image this."
  • In CA you can get a provisional / learner's permit at 15 1/2 however you cannot take the road test and advance to a driver's license until the age of 16. So we believe that age 16 would be the minimum age at which you could buy and register a car in California. If you are a minor that would like to buy a car you should check with the CA DMV to find out for certain if you would need a parent or guardian's to sign on contracts for the car and registration and title until you become an adult at age 18.
  • 15 and a nil.5, you are able to start taking the drivers ed type, and after winding up the class, you will take a try, which in case you bypass, you get a enable, after which you ought to attend a minimum of 6 months, after which you get your license
  • 16 for your G licence.
  • You cannot use the FHA programs to finance a 2nd home purchase. If what you meant is that you are taking a 2nd mortgage against a condo you own to buy a new home in California to use as your primary residence, that should be okay provided you don't have an FHA loan on your condo. Good luck and you are right. The whole landscape of lending has changed. Let me know if you have any other questions.
  • Any lake or water with catfish. Just go on google earth and find a body of water. If it says lake _____ then google the name and youll see if it has catfish. The fish and wildlife of california should have a website. I dont know if you meant saltwater though.
  • Night Fishing In Southern California
  • In San Diego try Lake Jennings
  • I was hoping you said Los Angeles County 'cause any farther south, I have no idea. I live north of LA County and south of Santa Barbara County, so... yeah, I'm in SoCal but not THAT far south. Anyway, Diamond Valley Lake in Riverside County should offer night fishing.
  • ideal now, lake piru is a airborne dirt and dust hollow with steep seashores. 30 miles greater beneficial will discover you at lake casitas, an extremely superb lake with a summertime water park, 2 twelve months-around fishing docks and a great style of secure coastline. and fish. massive fish. costs 10 greenbacks for the motor vehicle load.
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  • Go to youtube and look up California Girls Kareoke, im definetley sure they have it there. then go Video2mp3.net and you can turn any youtube video to an mp3. or go to Clipnabber.com. either one is great.
  • try limewire or imesh
  • I've been to California at least 3 times. I want to move there either at or after college. It's the most beautiful state I've ever seen. L.A has a mediterranean climate which is really rare in America, that's why the weather is so great. I love Cali and this is coming from a Texan..
  • I think you are going to have a LOT of fun in San Francisco. I've been to LA, and I quite liked it; I have a nephew who lives in Berkeley and works in San Francisco and he loves it. I've been to Georgia many times... California is nicer.
  • I'd reply with " I heard Atlanta is really cool. Have fun :-)"
  • Yes--very much
  • HI, I have to find many rivers and likes in California. They must have labels. I tried Google Maps and Earth, and Yahoo maps. The search doesn't find for example feather river it will only find business and roads. I am frustrated and just want to finish my homework. If you could help me out that would be awesome. Thank you in advance.
  • try this and scroll down a ways to see them all labled for you... http://geology.com/state-map/california....
  • We're practically neighbors now! I live just south of Jacksonville. I'm pretty sure you can just tell them you need to get a Florida state drivers license as you just moved here. I don't think you have to re-take the tests.
  • Almost any teaching job in California will be listed at the link below.
  • It is confusing, isn't it? California law provides various time limits upon the commencement of criminal trials, which are found in Penal Code section 1382. There is a 30 or 45 day period in misdemeanor cases (shorter for those in custody), and a 60 day limit for felonies. If the defendant agrees to a trial date beyond that period, then there is an additional 10 day period which applies. For some reason, many judges have begun referring to the last day of ANY of those statutory periods as being the tenth day of a ten-day period (or "10 of 10"), even when the actual period is different. I think this is both sloppy and confusing, but try to stop a judge from doing what he or she has always done! USUALLY what "waiving 1 day" would mean is that both sides have agreed that the case may be continued one day beyond the applicable period, but that the date set will be the last day upon which trial may commence. Again, this will not really be the tenth day of a ten day period, but will sloppily be referred to as "10 of 10."
  • Criminal Record Search Database : http://SearchVerifyInfo.com/Info
  • Hey, so I live in California and got my driver's license when I turned 16. Of course, if one is 16 and gets a license in CA, they give you a provisional stripe on it. Now I'm 18, and would like (among a better picture on my license) a license that doesn't have that provisional stripe. How do I request one? Thanks in advance!
  • Go to the DMV website and make an appointment to go in. Shouldn't be a problem!
  • All that you need to do is go in person to the DMV and have this changed plus pay the fees as well..
  • hey guys im having a hard time deciding what degree i should get to become a police officer in california some poeple say i should get it in criminal justice and some poeple say english or communications, or psychology beacuse you deal with people alot? which one do you guys think is better please help? thank you in advance
  • To be an officer for like L.A.P.D, Sheriff Department you basically only need your high school diploma or G.E.D. but I would recommend going through the process and continue to get your degree in Psychology. The department see it as advancing your education and eventually it will work out for you. I don't know your age but I know the Sheriff's will hire you at 19 1/2 and L.A. will hire you at 20 1/2 but have to be 21 by the time of graduation. Good luck
  • Kick ***!
  • this is the official link to everything regarding the procedures to getting a medical marijuana card. http://www.medbd.ca.gov/medical_marijuan...however i will tell you about how my brother went about getting a card. he found an add for a cannabis dr. on the LA WEEKLY. he made an appointment the dr's fee was 175.00, and he recommended medical marijuana because of lower back pain. once my brother got the recommendation he need to go to a county office to register his recommendation and finally get his card. once he had the card he went to a dispensery and like magic he was buying pot legally in the state of california, he can also grow it.
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  • Each state has a list of conditions that are approved for the use of medical marijuana. Most states with a medical marijuana program have a registry system that allows law enforcement agents (and in some cases, the public) to verify that an individual is authorized to possess, grow, transport and/or use medical marijuana.
  • you can get a cannabis card for anything...it's easy. I know 3 people who possess one. Basically anyone who smokes, knows someone who has a card here. You can easily research a doctor online if you can't find someone who smokes or also has a card...after that you just need medical history. You have to have been treated for something previously in order to be considered for a card. If ADHD is the issue, then show proof of doctor visits for this & maybe a prescription for ridalin & you're golden.
  • From an oncologist in the state of california, you can get a prescription.
  • That's a new one! People with cancer can't get medical marijuana since it's still considered illegal. With ADHD, pot won't help you out. That is a major misconception. Usually people with bipolar say that. See a Psychiatrist and get on regular meds. They are a hell of a lot better then pot.
  • If you are speaking of the Music Teachers' Association of California (MTAC) Certificate of Merit program, it is possible to earn the certificate for Advanced level while in any grade at school. The decision of which level you are working on is the teacher's. Be aware, if you are planning to do Advanced level at an early age, that if you wish to continue in some of the most advanced programs, ( i. e. the Panel Auditions), that there are requirements to keep passing the Advanced level of C.M. each year of High School. You are allowed to repeat any level, any amount of times. I hope this helps. Good luck to you.
  • I want to start working as the equivalent of a therapist -- helping people with their typical domestic neuroses such as marriage, family, parenting, loneliness, etc. I don't have and don't have plans to get a psychology degree, nor do I want to be an MFCC or social worker. I just want to start. I have always helped people well in friendships and family life, and I intend to screen clients so that I am only working with people who are a good match. I was raised in a psychologist family, have gone to a lot of therapy, and feel like I know enough to get started. I might learn more if I attended a program, but I don't have the time, money, or energy. Can I simply charge a fee for therapy or counseling, or do I run afoul of legal difficulties? Please note this question is not intended to get your opinion of the likelihood that I will do well at the job, but rather what the legal and professional limitations are. Thank you in advance for any help you can give.
  • California is the only state that does not license professional counsellors. There is a proposed bill to do so. So it may soon become illegal. Even if it doesn't you would likely have a difficult time making a living without any professional certification. Why would anyone want to go to you if you don't have the appropriate training? How would it be different from talking to a friend or a family member? And if you aren't certified or licensed, insurance companies would not cover the costs of seeing you. I don't really see much future in it.
  • you can do what you are doing now,start a group online be a volunteer get feed back on your success and or failure's take no money take donations turn your donations in to assess nothings wrong with free Enterprise its the American way do your Research what you are doing now.just because a person has a job and they break all the rules oppose to a person on ssi and knows right from wrong and obey all rules does not give the one with a job right to pass
  • it would be extra suitable to take the direction artwork, get the ranges mandatory and get carry of a valid license earlier attempting to suggestions others. Shortcutting the approach capacity which you will possibly shortcut the scientific care besides
  • I've been crazy surfing the internet for like a whole day....I've been searching a mp3 of California by phantom planet which is in piano version...no words...just music....If you can find any, please mail them to me...Or any websites will do which is free and no registration is needed....Thank you!And a free music sheet of it will be also a big help....for free!plz.
  • Ok this is what you need to do: go to http://www.ksolo.com/ look on the right side where it says Join for Free. Fill out all the stuff. Then, when logged in, go to Advanced Search, Search by Song, California. The instrumental version of the song should be the third song listed. If you don't register for a free account, you only get to hear like 30 sec of the song. Once you register, you get to hear the entire thing. hope that helped
  • Crap, sorry, I don't think anyone ever created an instrumental version of it. I have two versions, the original and this one WITHOUT a piano, but I don't think you'd want that one. It's really hard on finding music sheets on mainstream rock songs, I've tried and I've never succeeded.
  • Well, obviously you should look in Southern California. I'd recommend Chapman Univeristy. I have family that goes there, and apparently their film school is awesome. Not only is it big, but its right near LA/Hollywood, meaning tons of internships and job opprotunities. But you could also look at USC or UCLA.
  • Come on, there aren't any good film colleges in California. Everyone knows the best film schools are in Oklahoma.
  • Can't PERSONALLY recommend any of these...they just turned up on Websearches: In San Diego: http://www.protoolstraining.com/location...In Northern Cal: http://www.norcalprotools.com/In Santa Clara: http://www.futurerhythm.com/about_us.htm...In Burbank: http://www.videosymphony.com/?OVRAW=learn%20pro%20tools%20california&OVKEY=california%20post%20production&OVMTC=advanced&OVADID=5658538511&OVKWID=29150403011 You could also try asking here..some of these folks may have attended these schools: http://www.protoolsusers.org/ If you're a "do it yourselfer" type, there's plenty of tutorials on the Net: http://homerecording.about.com/od/protoolstutorials/Pro_Tools_Tutorials_on_Recording_Mixing.htm
  • These Mountain View,CA hotels allow 18 has minimum check-in age of 18. County Inn Hotel, Mountain View Hotel http://hotels.americacheaphotels.com/Hot...Residence Inn Palo Alto Mountain View (California) http://hotels.americacheaphotels.com/Hot...Super 8 Motel Mountain View http://hotels.americacheaphotels.com/Hot...
  • Not difficult! So far as I know, a multitude of hotels in this area accepts guests aged 18 to check in. I mean, the minimum check-in is 18. Here are good recommendations! Comfort Inn Mountain View: http://www.hotelmountainview.com/This Comfort Inn hotel is ideally located in Mountain View, fairly close to Shoreline Amphitheatre, just within a short walk. Downtown Mountain View is about 2 blocks away, offering all kinds of shopping, dining and entertainment. Highlights include: - complimentary breakfast - free Wi-Fi - on-site free parking - airport shuttle - outdoor swimming and hot tub The nightly rate starts from $ 110 per night. I have no idea if it is right for your budget, but it is really a great value for the price! All right, if you think it is a bit costly. Go check this one – County Inn Mountain View. http://www.countyinn.com/index.htmlCounty Inn serves as the last minute deal for budget travelers! It is located in the heart of Silicon Valley, South of SF Bay, just minutes from Shoreline Amphitheatre, Great America Theme Park and the famous Stanford University. Its features include: - seasonal outdoor pool and fitness center - complimentary wi-fi - free on-site parking - in lobby coffee - a full host of in-room amenities The standard rate for overnight accommodation at County Inn starts at $75. A sure bet indeed!! Btw, if you think any of these two hotel interests you, be sure to make reservation in advance! There may be a lot of people come for the same concert!
  • none you could try some hostels though
  • In California at the age of 16 you do not need to get a driving permit..... just adding more money to an already outrageous price and paper work.......Go To DMV tell them you want to take your tests to get you Drivers License.....they will either have a computer with the written test or a piece of paper ....take it complete it ...if you pass they will give you a sheet with names and dates of people that give the driving part of the test....also now a days in California you will need insurance ,smog pass,registration.and all that good stuff just to own a car ....California is just getting rediclous on their laws....Good Luck
  • go to the dmv tell them that you want to take driving lessons and your parenst will teach. they will give you a form that you will have to fill out and turn it to the state and they would tell you what you need to do like how many hours you need to drive. then you will have to wait for six months beetwen tos six monghts you will have a permmit
  • I'm gonna be visiting Monterey California next Wednesday and I wanted to ask if anyone knows any activities to do there. I know about the aquarium located there. I will be going with my girlfriend so any romantic ideas or activities would be great. I will be there all day and night so any help would be great.... Thanks in advance.....
  • You can plan a whale watching trip... And, the above mentioned ideas - the strip located near the aquarium is a fun walk/shop lined street... You must visit Pacific Grove which is further up Lighthouse (Rd). You need to drive the Ocean frontage road that extends past the aquarium and see the beautiful water front homes and famous bed and breakfasts. You can plan to see a show at the theater downtown Monterey - a comedian, concert, magician... There's the Dennis the Menace Park (not sure what the real name is) kinda near Fisherman's Wharf (across from the MacDonald's) where you can rent a paddle boat and/or run around on the play equipment with the kids. So much to do!
  • Go to fisherman's wharf, it is near the museum. They have all kinds of shops, resturants, and bars. Also take the 17 mile drive that ends at pebble beach. Very nice ocean drive with huge mansions and outlooks.
  • Make sure and check out Carmel and Pacific Grove. Also, Point Lobos!
  • DO NOT DRINK THE WINE !!! It will make you buy a house and have lot's of kid's.
  • I haven't. I live in California but I'm kind of curious. I want to visit and maybe play in the snow. What are the people like there? (please don't say like everyone else) I mean is it pretty diverse, race, etc.? What are some activities, events to do out there? Just curious thanks in advance :P
  • I found it to be pretty diverse... but then again, sometimes you can't even tell, because people wear face masks and hats, since it can get pretty cold! It's beautiful...... last time, my husband and I rented a cabin and took snowboarding lessons. http://www.bigbear.com/http://www.bigbearvacations.com/http://www.allbigbear.com/recreation/Lak...
  • My sister lives there so yes, I visit frequently. If you want snow you need to wait until around November. They do get quite a lot of it so skiing is a big reason people visit. In the spring & summer some of the ski lifts still operate and many people hike or use the mountain bike trails there. Big Bear also has a huge lake so alot of people boat & fish. They have some very good restaurants and tons of cabins for rent as well as campgrounds. They people I have run across are just everyday people but I don't know what you would consider diverse. I recommend going up for a weekend and checking it out when you can. Very relaxing. Enjoy!!!!
  • Ive been there a hundred times. Its GORGEOUS. People there aernt especially any different although its got that small town vibe. Some places they are really friendly, and other places, a bit stuffy. Nothing that will really stand out. Just walking around downtown is fun. Lots of places to eat, there is a big arcade, small movie theatre. Seems everyone goes to the Bowling Barn. There is an old time photo place, an alpine slide. Going on walks is fun, "bears" are them big theme and lots of fun photo opp's. IN the summer you can rent a boat, or just hang on the little beach.
  • Its beautiful in summer and magical in winter. People that live in the Mts are usually more friendly and artistic for some reason, in general. Usually pleasant and friendly to everyone. I find Big Bear fits in that description well, also Arrow Head. Look up their cities website page for hosted town events. Never seen one, only played in the snow up there, and camped long ago, very pretty! It will shock you to look down and see the smog level, really nice clean air up there.
  • Did not look to diverse to me, the few times I went, its seemed to me there were allot more white people As for activities? We did allot of fishing , went on a nature walk and a lake cruise .
  • properly at Lake Tahoe there is a number of lodges. this is a great place to flow considering the fact which you may ski some lodges and stay on an identical. You get to make certain the area, and it it this way of eye-catching place this is properly worth it. yet to be straight forward great is the placement to flow! this is a great ski hotel and this is have been given great snow, circumstances etc. I even have purely finished my 2d season there and enjoyed it.
  • LA PD charging jaywalkers $191 in new crackdown-November 29, 2010 for a definite answer I would call the local clerk of the courts office where you got the ticket
  • Unreal. This should be a big revenue producer for broke California, while illegals take over the place. Turn out the lights... The party's over.... Sorry, ma'am. I don't know how much a jaywalking ticket is in CA. Best of luck to you and your son.
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  • The statute does not distinguish between portions of the ear, and since ambiguous statutes have to be interpreted against the authority of the government, my conclusion would be that any portion of the ear of a person under 18 can be pierced without parental consent. That does not mean that anybody has to do it, nor that I think it is a good idea.
  • I do not believe in doing any such harm unto the human body...
  • You are required to register it in California if you live here within 10 days but the seller must provide a smog certificate.
  • that's glaring that they could't be hassled with the registration costs yet that in line with threat the clarification why you perhaps offering peanuts for the motor vehicle, wonderful? The California internet site is the place i could initiate from, that's if i grew to become into lazy sufficient to make a telephone call to my interior of reach registration workplace.
  • you better check to make sure the cars passes CA emission requirements and has all the emissions equipment - most out of state cars dont
  • about 10 days if they don't intend to pursue you. never waive extradition.
  • Extradition from california to flordia
  • No more than 30 days.
  • they can cancel your shift anytime before you clock in if they cancel after you clock in you have to be paid reporting pay, read it again
  • The employer can cancel your shift at anytime. THEY make the rules not you. There is not set "California code" on that, all working establishments have different rules within themselves. Your employer could cut your shift while you're there if they wanted too and send you home early. edit: *sigh* you "california girl" idiot. Yes, there IS a labor code, EVERY state has one. BUT nothing in that labor code pertains to scheduling of a business. The BUSINESS decides their schedules and rules NOT the state. The bottom line is that you can't do anything about your employer canceling your shift 2 hours before you were supposed to work. It's perfectly legal. The establishment was probably slow and they did not require you that particular day. End of story.
  • there is no set time BUT they must notify you before you arrive at work...... if you are at work, ready to work and are sent home then you may be entitled to reporting time pay see: http://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/FAQ_Reporting...there is a FAQ section on the page that explains in plain English what the law is and how it works......
  • There is no law in any state that can control the scheduling of a business.
  • If you search for "california driving permit test, free", you can find some stuff http://www.dmv.org/ca-california/practic...http://www.dmv.ca.gov/pubs/interactive/t...I took the driver's test when I moved to california about 10 years ago. It's all multiple choice, so you'll have to force yourself to read through the manual a couple times. All you have to do is recognize the answer. I always had the hardest time with the distances to park from things like the hydrant or railroad tracks etc. But the practice tests will definitely help! Hang in there! :) It will be worth it once you pass!
  • Check your divorce papers and ask where ever you ira account is held they really should know
  • The IRA is treated the same as the 401K. The only exception is if the other party contributed to the account. Will have to show deposite slips....
  • If a pension or retirement account was accumulated during the marriage, the money accumulated in it during that time is community property. A person can choose to give up the rights to their portion, or you can both agree to a different arrangement (like you keep the house & he keeps all the retirment funds). If you are on decent speaking terms, it's better to work out something you can both live with.
  • http://caahep.org/Find-An-Accredited-Pro...
  • Employers prefer sonographers to be graduates of a diagnostic medical sonography program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Allied Health Education Programs. Accredited programs include two-year and four-year programs. The two-year programs are available at community colleges and technical schools.
  • there is this different greater coaching element Hygienists who've executed this further coaching earn between $30 and $50 an hour. people who have not often earn $20 to $35 an hour. Annual earnings for hygienists selection from approximately $20,000 a 365 days for section-time junior hygienists to $80,000 a 365 days for some senior, finished-time dental hygienists. Dental hygienists are especially experienced wellness care experts who help forestall oral wellness issues and sell stable oral hygiene. diagnostic scientific sonography: the common hourly pay fee is $29, and the style of further time hours labored a week with the aid of sonographers is 3. the common on-call pay fee is $3.00 in line with hour, and the call-in fee of pay is $40 two in line with hour. A diagnostic scientific sonographer is a enormously-experienced expert who makes use of relatively expert kit to create photos of structures interior the human physique that are utilized with the aid of physicians to make a scientific diagnosis.
  • In california there are two big reptile shops. lllreptile.com which is based in orange and reptiledepot.com which is from chatsworth. i would contact them. I know lllreptile has them for sure
  • I additionally stay in California (Fresno section). Your air conditioner is in simple terms no longer a undertaking as long as you have a heater on your tank. Leos are from the Pakistani section, so as that they require little humidity. in simple terms grant a damp conceal field for them. it fairly is extremely complicated to discover somebody to sell you an egg. Plus, while you're new at this, you're able to desire to be paying for an egg that's no longer any reliable. i choose to propose a youthful leopard gecko--no longer a infant or an grownup. the full set up with the gecko could desire to value you much less that $one hundred in case you do no longer go overboard. as far as Leos eating fruit, this is particularly VERY uncommon and isn't any longer reported. they are insectivores. you won't be able to coach them to be vegan. No, they won't consume ineffective crickets. they are interested in stay prey. as far as looking a reptile save, there are a number of respected shops in San Jose while you're up for the force. I shop that bargains in basic terms in reptiles may well be a greater effective guess than petsmart besides. I in basic terms purchase from a reptile shop! I certainly have been elevating and breeding Leos for years now and that i would be unable to truly say that they bond with their vendors. this is greater that the owner develops an attachment to them. i actually do no longer have confidence that they undergo in techniques you. one greater ingredient...do no longer use a blacklight. in case you opt for a great bulb to work out them at nighttime, get a pink mild. The blacklight will mess with their eyes, the infrared bulb isn't seen to them. you would be waiting to computer screen them as they circulate around interior the ineffective of nighttime, and that they are going to nonetheless think of this is dark.
  • Since California has 55 electoral votes, that works out to 685,455 residents per elector.
  • Way to many people! I was stuck in traffic for 2 hours in long beach for a drive that should've taken 25 mins.
  • Ten seconds on google: California 11th ranking, Texas 16th, having lower crime rate (2006 census). South Carolina was #1, TN was #2, but still half the crime rate of Washington, DC (which is not a state). Maine had the lowest crime rate of all. Under 2011 stats, Tennessee took the lead from NC for "violent crime" rate.
  • Bush had eight years. The usa has been going down the tubes long earlier than the Republicans. Crime and Poverty are cousins, how a lot crime occurs in up-scale areas, it is little or no. The amount of medications on the streets has improved, who opened the borders with NAFTA, it used to be Clinton. Who authorised sending away all those factories and compelled humans into poverty CLINTON, underneath NAFTA. Human smuggling and drug smuggling brings more criminals, gang participants and medications all below the watchful eyes of liberals who would not dare offend our latino peoples by way of placing the freakin troops on the border. If truth be told the middle-classification is not a lot of a core-classification in the us anymore, now we have a lot more negative and determined men and women. Liberal help for feminists have destroyed the average family unit. What number of hits can a society take earlier than it starts to fall apart?
  • California has a higher crime rate than Texas.
  • L.a cali. Peace
  • I have no idea where arvin is, but california vehicle laws are standard, therefore, study your manual, pay close attention to your examiner, and above all, watch the speed limit signs, as they change from area to area. Best of luck!
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  • BLS as in EMT-Basic? If so you need to take the classes in California then take the National Registry Exam after you finish your classes. If you are already an EMT in CA then just take your National Registry Exam. The NR Exam allows you to operate in any state that recognizes the qualifications. You would just need to learn the local protocols which would be taught to you by an employer.
  • I think each test is graded the same. Why worry about more than one test? Prepare well and a passing grade will be had on the test the first time. I've been driving in CA for 25 years.
  • yes your phone will still work. I have a cincinnati bell phone and I live in ohio, and went all the way to killeen texas, and was still able to use my phone. but with boost you can use that anywhere.
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  • Depends on how far you actually had to go and where. If I was going from say MN to CA, I'd fly. If I was going from MN to NY, I would drive. I've driven east many times and it is easily done with or without a baby. However, it will take you 2 days unless you have a second person who can feed and entertain the baby in the back seat. I've only flown from MN to TX because of time restrictions, but the drive would generally be pretty easy (get on 35, drive 1000 miles). Same thing though - unless you had someone in the back seat entertaining the baby, it's going to take you an extra day. It's all a matter of what you can afford. I can't afford to rent a car for 12 days and pay for hotel. I CAN afford to drive and pay motel rates at mom&pop shops.
  • No. Boost mobile does not have reliable coverage. It bounces around it rarely gets coverage in places that are long distance from your home. If it does work then you are lucky because it hardly ever does.
  • hi just wondering..does boost mobile work well in texas...specifically near hallettsville texas. zip,77964 area?
  • I don't think so, California seems to be in another zone of time and space Sorry I really don't know
  • oh yah mt dear. happy journey.
  • From personal experience, California landlords try to screw you any way they want. You've rented for the last 12 years. Has your rent gone up to market value? Maybe this is your landlord's way to try and get you out so he can make more money on the unit. If you don't want to move, then just try to deal with it. Use the website below to see if you can do anything about it. It is California's Landlord Tenant Act. Good luck!
  • No because the landlord owns the apartment, not you. He can do whatever he wants with it. Hey, be glad he didn't paint it black!
  • I doubt it.
  • If you book in advance, and go during the week ,it will be much cheaper. My wife flew from Salt Lake City UT to Colombia SC and it was only $450 round trip.
  • What cities in northern California do you recommend living? The Bay Area is where we are looking. My boyfriend is a general contractor and we currently live in Naples FL. Once his daughter graduates HS, in 2 years, we are moving out west. We are taking a trip this summer to investigate neighborhoods and such. Can any locals please give me some ideas.. What areas are ideal, which are not so ideal and why - in or near Bay Area.. Thanks in advance for your help.
  • The Bay Area of San Francisco has 9 counties. Some points can be 100 miles apart so you have to know where you will be working. The least expensive counties to live in are Solano, Contra Costa and Alameda. Next would be Napa and Sonoma, Santa Clara, San Mateo and most expensive are Marin and San Francisco. The climate in S.F. is cool in summer but in other suburbs it gets warm in summer. Without knowing what is important to you in choosing a location, it is hard to give you specific towns. Of course food and gasoline and real estate are much higher and the sale stax is 8-10%. Things like outdoors, weather, proximity to ocean, home prices, proximity to shopping, commuting to work, all are a factor in deciding what town to live in. The warmest spots in summer are Santa Rosa, Fairfield, Napa, San Jose, Morgan Hill, Concord, Livermore. Outside of the city of S.F. apartment rents are approximately $2000 a month for a 2bdrm.
  • It really depends on what you're looking for. If you want a big city atmosphere, where you can live in a high rise apartment and get around on the subway, then San Francisco. If you want a quieter suburb, then somewhere on the peninsula or San Jose would be better. Make sure you live close to where you work, since the Bay Area is larger than you realize.
  • You should know bay area is most expensive metro area in the nation, you can get $800 for nice 2 bd/2ba apartment in Tampa, you need at least $1600 for a small 2 bedroom apartment in the bay area. Since you want to explore the area, then you should visit Petaluma, Alameda, Pacifica, Redwood City ,Martinez, Morgan Hills and Pleasanton, those are regional safe, nice living and not super expensive cities.
  • An applicant applying for a visa below INA 101(a)(15)(J) need to meet this requirement to qualify for an alternate vacationer visa: present intent to go away the us at conclusion of program. Non-Citizen scholars: scholars with a "everlasting resident" visa, refugee fame, or amnesty approval may set up residency in response to above discussion. All visas ought to be examined by way of the school to examine residency fame. You aren't eligible to set up dwelling if you're an adult alien gift within the U.S. With a nonimmigrant status that precludes you from establishing a domicile within the U.S. (including, however now not restrained to, B, F, H2, H3, J, TN, TD), or an alien and not using a authorized immigration popularity.
  • This may or may not matter, but I'll point out that the city of San Francisco is heavily unionized, including construction. Your boyfriend may not have a problem getting work, but it might be a factor.
  • I'm pretty sure you'll need to have a Health Certificate and something to show utd vaccination, including rabies, for your dog. Would your vet over there be able to find out for you? When we took ours from the UK to Canada, we needed a Health Certificate and of course, a KC Export Pedigree so we could register our hounds with the CKC. However, although we could have had rabies shots done before we flew, we decided not to as it would have only been extra stress on them and coming from a rabies-free country, it wasn't required by Canada. I did get them done as soon as possible after we arrived however. This was before Pet Passport btw.
  • It depends on where in California you are going. You should look up the website of the town/city and find it laws on dog ownership. I put samples at the bottom, click on the links to read what may be expected. This is US Customs import requirements. http://www.petrelocation.com/pet-relocat...You must also meet the Airline requirements as they are strict as well. Contact the Airline you will use, most have information on their websites. This site has information on Breed specific laws, a must if you own a Pit Bull. http://www.dogsbite.org/legislating-dang...These are laws on the care and confinement of dogs: (while this is for LA it hold true for most places in the USA) http://animalcare.lacounty.gov/lawsordin...http://www.ehow.com/about_6197492_california-law-regarding-tethering-dogs.html
  • contact where you are going and ask for local laws on dogs
  • Joaquin Murietta. http://www.legendsofamerica.com/CA-Murie...He was one of the most famous bandits in California history.
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  • Here is a link for the California Employment Development Department that explains the process of applying for UI benefits: http://www.edd.ca.gov/Unemployment/
  • All new claims must be filed online, by phone, or by mail. You cannot file in person. If you go there, all that they can do for you is to let you use their phone or their computer to file by phone or online. However, there will be a long wait to use their phone or their computer, and it won't be processed any differently than if you used your own phone or your own computer. So, the answer is that you file at home, or wherever your phone and your computer are. Do not do it in advance. Do it after you finish work on the last day.
  • For those who stop your job or don't receive a job considering it does no longer fit along with your college schedule, you are not allowed to obtain unemployment benefits. = to receive unemployment benefits you have to be willing and ready to be given any reasonable job offer.
  • You can be gay. You can have sex with who ever you want. You can go out with whoever you want. Unfortunately, you can't marry whoever you want. Hopefully Obama will help make that change, as he may not be for Gay marriage, but he isn't against it either.
  • You can still be legally gay, just not married, and in some states you're not allowed to adopt or foster children. Obama supports some equal gay rights such as civil unions, but he does not believe in gay marriage. So..he's mroe for us than the other guys at least.
  • I don't know what schools are near there, but here are all of the accredited schools in California: SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY CABRILLO COLLEGE 6500 SOQUEL DRIVE APTOS, CA 95003-0000 Program Director: ANN S. SMELTZER Telephone: 831-479-5056 Accepts Advanced placement: Yes --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY BAKERSFIELD COLLEGE 1801 PANORAMA DRIVE BAKERSFIELD, CA 93305-0000 Program Director: NANCY J PERKINS Telephone: 661-395-4284 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING MILLS-PENINSULA HOSPITALS 1501 Trousdale Dr BURLINGAME, CA 94010-0000 Program Director: PATRICIA J SPERRY Telephone: 650-696-5515 --------------------------------------... RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM PIMA MEDICAL INSTITUTE 780 BAY BLVD CHULA VISTA, CA 91910-0000 Program Director: LISA F SCHMIDT Telephone: 619-425-3200 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY ARROWHEAD REGIONAL MED CTR 400 N PEPPER AVE COLTON, CA 92324-1817 Program Director: MORRIS HUNTER Telephone: 909-580-3540 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY ORANGE COAST COLLEGE 2701 FAIRVIEW RD/PO BOX 5005 COSTA MESA, CA 92628-5005 Program Director: LOREN A SACHS Telephone: 714-432-5540 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY CYPRESS COLLEGE 9200 VALLEY VIEW ST CYPRESS, CA 90630-0000 Program Director: ROBERT J PARELLI Telephone: 714-484-7283 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY FRESNO CITY COLLEGE 1101 E UNIVERSITY AVE FRESNO, CA 93741-0000 Program Director: JOSEPH J SHULTZ Telephone: 559-244-2618 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY LOMA LINDA UNIVERSITY S A H P/ NICHOL HALL A-829 LOMA LINDA, CA 92350-0000 Program Director: MARK J CLEMENTS Telephone: 909-558-4931 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY LONG BEACH CITY COLLEGE 4901 E CARSON STREET LONG BEACH, CA 90808-0000 Program Director: VICKIE D GOODSON Telephone: 562-938-4176 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY FOOTHILL COMMUNITY COLLEGE 12345 EL MONTE ROAD LOS ALTOS HILLS, CA 94022-0000 Program Director: BONNY M WHEELER Telephone: 650-949-7469 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY LOS ANGELES CITY COLLEGE 855 N VERMONT AVE LOS ANGELES, CA 90029-0000 Program Director: EDWARD C VASQUEZ Telephone: 323-953-4000 --------------------------------------... RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM EAST LA EDUCATION & CAREER CTR 2100 MARENGO ST LOS ANGELES, CA 90033- Program Director: ALICIA ORTIZ Telephone: 323-223-1283 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY CHARLES DREW UNIV OF MED & SCI 1731 EAST 120TH STREET LOS ANGELES, CA 90059-0000 Program Director: EUGENE HASSON Telephone: 323-563-5885 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY YUBA COMMUNITY COLLEGE 2088 NORTH BEALE ROAD MARYSVILLE, CA 95901-0000 Program Director: ANGELA WILLSON Telephone: 530-741-6960 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY MERCED COLLEGE 3600 "M" STREET BOX 7 MERCED, CA 95348-2898 Program Director: KATHERINE JUDY ROSE Telephone: 209-384-6132 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY MOORPARK COLLEGE 7075 CAMPUS ROAD MOORPARK, CA 93021-0000 Program Director: GUADALUPE DEL C ALDANA Telephone: 805-378-1400 --------------------------------------... RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM MARIC COLLEGE NORTH HOLLYWOOD 6180 LAUREL CANYON BLVD # 101 NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA 91606- Program Director: MARIA A KELLY Telephone: 818-763-2563 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY CALIF STATE UNIV - NORTHRIDGE 18111 NORDHOFF ST/HEALTH SCI NORTHRIDGE, CA 91330-8285 Program Director: ANITA M SLECHTA Telephone: 818-677-2475 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY MERRITT COLLEGE 12500 CAMPUS DRIVE OAKLAND, CA 94619-0000 Program Director: JENNIFER L YATES Telephone: 510-436-2427 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY PASADENA CITY COLLEGE 1570 E COLORADO BOULEVARD PASADENA, CA 91106-2003 Program Director: LEAVON L SPIRES Telephone: 626-585-7469 Accepts Advanced placement: Yes --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY (RSAM) CHAFFEY COLLEGE 5885 HAVEN AVE RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA 91730-0000 Program Director: ANDREA G GUILLEN Telephone: 909-477-8978 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY CANADA COLLEGE 4200 FARM HILL BLVD REDWOOD CITY, CA 94061-0000 Program Director: RAFAEL A RIVERA Telephone: 650-306-3283 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY-KAISER MED CTR KAISER PERMANENTE SCHOOL AHS 938 MARINA WAY SOUTH RICHMOND, CA 94804-0000 Program Director: GREGORY J WHEELER Telephone: 510-231-5032 Accepts Advanced placement: Yes --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY SAN DIEGO MESA COLLEGE 7250 MESA COLLEGE DR SAN DIEGO, CA 92111-0000 Program Director: JOHN MC HARGUE Telephone: 619-388-2666 --------------------------------------... ADV RADIOGRAPHY SCHOOL - MILITARY ONLY NAVAL SCHOOL HEALTH SCIENCES 34101 FARENHOLT AVE SAN DIEGO, CA 92134-5219 Program Director: JOHN F SOMERSALL Telephone: 619-532-9522 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY CITY COLLEGE OF SAN FRANCISCO 50 PHELAN AVE BOX S-68 SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112-0000 Program Director: KYLE R THORNTON Telephone: 415-239-3458 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY CENTRAL CA SCHOOL OF CONT ED 3195 MC MILLAN #F SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA 93401-0000 Program Director: ROBERT J DESCH Telephone: 805-543-9123 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY SANTA BARBARA CITY COLLEGE 721 CLIFF DR SANTA BARBARA, CA 93109-2394 Program Director: DEBRA S MC MAHAN Telephone: 805-965-0581 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY SANTA ROSA JUNIOR COLLEGE 1501 MENDOCINO AVENUE SANTA ROSA, CA 95401-0000 Program Director: XUAN M HO Telephone: 707-527-4346 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY SAN JOAQUIN GENERAL HOSPITAL POST OFFICE BOX 1020 STOCKTON, CA 95201-0000 Program Director: JOHN S JOB Telephone: 209-468-6233 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY EL CAMINO COLLEGE 16007 S CRENSHAW BLVD TORRANCE, CA 90506-0000 Program Director: DAWN N CHARMAN Telephone: 310-660-3247 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY LA COUNTY HARBOR/UCLA MED CTR 1000 W CARSON ST BOX 27 TORRANCE, CA 90509-2910 Program Director: TUYEN T BUI Telephone: 310-222-2825 --------------------------------------... SCHOOL OF RADIOGRAPHY MOUNT SAN ANTONIO COM COLLEGE 1100 NORTH GRAND AVENUE WALNUT, CA 91789-1399 Program Director: DAVID L MC LAUGHLIN Telephone: 909-594-5611
  • I used to live in New Jersey when my mom lived in California, and even standard mail arrives really fast these days. I would say three business days, excluding Saturday and Sunday if you're using USPS, but just to make sure, I always planned a week in advance. In a week, it's definitely there. If you sent it Friday, it'll probably be there Tuesday or Wednesday.
  • Depends on type of mail (priority parcel first class) etc 3 days is definitely possible
  • no way 3 days. im waiting for something right now, its been 1 week tomorrow.
  • The Secretary of State's responsibilities include: •Serving as the state's Chief Elections Officer •Implementing electronic filing and Internet disclosure of campaign and lobbyist financial information •Maintaining business filings •Commissioning notaries public •Operating the Safe at Home Confidential Address Program •Maintaining the Domestic Partners and Advance Health Care Directive Registries •Safeguarding the State Archives •Serving as a trustee of the California Museum for History, Women & the Arts
  • Driving without insurance is not a misdemeanor, it is an infraction. (Veh. Code section 16028, 16029.) It thus will show on your DMV record (although I do not believe it is a point against your license), but probably would not be reported to CII, the central criminal index.
  • Driving without insurance is a Misdemeanor criminal offense. If insurance is purchased after the ticket was issued the Judge may order the drivers license to be suspended. If a criminal background check were run by a prospective employer it would be disclosed to them; however, unless you were being hired for a driving job they will probably ignore it.
  • No, it's a traffic violation. But it will show on your driving record which some employers check.
  • State residency is determined by where one lives. It is not dependent on legal status, unless the state has passed a regulation requiring proof of legal status to obtain things like ID cards or in-state tuition. Any CA high school grad who attended a CA high school for at least three years may get in-state tuition at CA public colleges and universities, so by inference, you and your mom are CA residents for college admissions and tuition purposes.
  • No your mother is here illegally and not a legal resident and must be using a stolen ID and SS# to pay tax's which is a criminal offense which she can go to jail then be deported.Your attempt to deceive the CSU and the USA is called fraud also a crime your learning from your family.
  • She's not a legal resident. Put "no." How can she "pay taxes" without a legit SSN? And you don't spell well enough to be admitted to college. Work on it.
  • if youre mum and dad own a house in CA and have lived there for 5 years, im fairly particular youre a resident..the only difficulty is which you will have had to graduate from hs or if youre shifting from a c.c, that or no longer it quite is in california. thats what occurred with me, i lived in dc, yet mum and dad own homes in texas, yet UT nonetheless didnt provide me instate place of abode, too lazy to combat it so i only went to college right here. my mum and dad pay their taxes and vote in tx, and so id only ask your college
  • I don t know the answer to this, but I would like to apologize for how rude some of the other commenters posts are.
  • i am literally in trouble. im one of those people who ACE in math. and do okayish to pretty good in ELA. history is just RETARDED. we did a practice test in class today with 25 questions. i got 11 wrong. and i am doomed. 2 weeks to history start test. i ltierally guess on each one. how the heck do u remember history? i literally forget everything AFTER i read it. i TRY to enjoy it but it just doesnt stay in my head no matter WHAT and it has all added up to this. great. wut do i do btw history is everything we've learned 6th-8th grade. wut joy
  • Yah I took that test two years ago for California STAR. It is actually a really hard test, but the curve is pretty high. I had absolutely no knowledge of some common stuff such as Indian caste system, Chinese dynasties, etc. But, I pulled it out with a 5 (advanced). I am not sure how. My 6th and 7th grade history teachers sucked, so the world history part was really hard. And, with the US history stuff fresh in your mind it would be pretty easy. But, don't stress too much about that. Once you get to high school history classes, things will click and you will understand.
  • yes not hard at all
  • Hello, I live in California I am thinking about a starting a corporation, I know there is a franchise tax of $800 minimum a year and that I have to do my corporate minutes every year, is there anything else I need to know besides paying taxes and getting an employer id number, state tax id ??? to keep the corporation in good record ??? thanks in advance
  • First question is whether it is even worth incorporating. I ran my business as a sole prop for about 6 years before I made the decision that it was worth it. Upfont, Incorporating on average costs about 2k all said and done. Then another 800/yr. On the tail end, you now have to pay yourself as an employee and do payroll and payroll taxes, which if you are sane, you won't do yourself but pay someone to do - tack on another 500-1000/yr. Being a corp just makes books more complicated, You will need to have your annual board meeting as you mentioned. Also you need to make sure that your stock is issued in a way that you could potentially take on other partners in the future - a 1 time thing but I have seen some of those "easy" corp setup companies mess this up and that causes enormous issues. Frankly the time and energy of being a corp is much more than most people think. I would say that if you included the added time, it costs us about 5-7k annually in (dollar + time spent value) over being a sole prop. Now - the value is quite straight forward. If your business exposes you to liability, and you actually own something worth loosing (house, large savings...) then it is absolutly worth the money and time. But if you don't - which I didn't for my first 6 years in business, then forget it. Don't bother.
  • I'm going on holiday to California in Easter and I'm going to Ontario Mills. It has loads of brands that I love, but I wanted to ask how low the prices are in the hollister and abercrombie outlet? Am I better off going to New York, my friends have told me the stuff is really cheap there, like less than half price. Thank you in advance x
  • The outlet is your best bet -- some stuff can be up to 75% off or more! and you know the stuff is real not knock offs you find shopping in many New York shops
  • The Ontario Mills Mall is an all outlet stores mall, so there are some great bargains to find there. I noticed the Hollister outlet is actually even less than 50% of retail. My daughter has bought tees there for like $7, sweatshirts for $16 and pants for $15. It is suprising considering there is a mall about 15 miles away that sells the same stuff but for full price. So needless to say we hit Ontario Mills. If you have a little more time, an even better outlet mall to hit is in Cabazon, which is approximately 35-45 minutes from Ontario. But if you are in a spening mood it is well worth the time to drive out there.
  • Seeing that you are planning to go on a weekend and right before the new school year, it may be pretty busy. I would recommend going early to avoid the crowds. Also, you may want to check out Victoria Gardens in Rancho Cucamonga, its less than 2 miles away at the Foothill Blvd exit off the 15 fwy.
  • I've been there most of the time i been there its about 25%-40% sales in a good majority of the store pending on the season
  • Ok so California is now doing the whole debit card thing for disability payments as you may know. So on Monday I received this notice in the mail saying how much my payment would be and for how many days but with no check. It also said something about the debit card. I still have not received my debit card. How many days did it take you to receive it after receiving that notice???? Thanks in advance
  • When I was on the state medical, I was a rushed case because I was really sick and even then it took them a month to get everything sent to me. Without being a rushed case, expect to be waiting a another month at least, all of there benefits, medical, food stamps, and disability go through the same office.
  • Washington and many other states have been doing it for years...using a card called an EBT card (electronic benefits card). You'll have to contact the Department of Social and Health Services or whomever has this program and ask them these questions. I'm sure they also have a website...but you need to talk to a person. You may need to go into one of their offices.
  • go to the dept. of labor & disability web site
  • You may be waiting forever, Cali is broke!
  • Under normal circumstances you would be legal to drink but some city's have ordinances that prohibit alcohol containers in view of the public, it would also pertain to the age of the person who is doing the drinking, under age consumption of alcohol is illegal even on private property and intoxication can be prosecuted even on private property if a person becomes disorderly, you would do well to either contact your local police or re-post with the City in question listed.~
  • Technically you are on private property and can legally drink..but if you become a problem you could be arrested. Some counties and some cities have ordinances regarding drinking in public view.
  • I have drivers ed and drivers training completed? Edit: I found this in the California Driver Handbook 2007 : "If you are AT LEAST 17 1/2, you may obtain a permit without completing DE or DT. However, to get a license before you are 18, you must provide proof of DE/DT completion." I hope that means the answer to my questoin is a yes.
  • If you already have drivers education and drivers training completed then yes you may apply for a California driver's license. If you have not then you will have to wait the 6 months until you are 18. Edit: Don't listen to me until I can find a source, I would have sworn yesterday that this was true, but why I cannot find info to back me now, I just don't know. All else fails, listen to Penguin_Bob. Edit: The answer is no, I have posted to many links so the Y!autobot has put a temporary ban on my URL usage & your Y!pm is turned off. If Y!A doesn't fix this soon then I will just C&P it directly here, but everything I got strait from DMV website, including the part you just wrote, very deceiving, had me fooled too.
  • Interesting question. I suggest that you speak to someone at the Dept. of Motor Vehicles and find out for sure. Good luck!
  • the place do you reside? interior the U. S. it particularly is generally once you swap 18 you may flow do it interior a similar day. yet you will could wait till all your standards are executed to get your license in case you get your enable.
  • EMT is offered through private schools but most prefer to take through community ["Jr"] college - it takes longer but the information sticks in your mind better - I haven't heard the terms "EMT-A" or "EMT-B" in ages. In the old days [and I'm talking 20 years ago] EMT B referred to non-ambulance EMT, in other words: a glorified advanced first aid class which did not permit you to work on ambulance / patient transport. So I asked my son, who is currently an EMT in California. The term is not used in California by folks who are working in the field. Usually there are no prerequisites, but some places may require you to have basic anatomy and medical terminology and / or English and math.... .
  • you could call a medical rescue company and ask them.
  • The cost would depend on many factors -- where in California you wish to go, when you specifically want to go (as there are seasonal differences in fares), and how far in advance you want to buy a ticket. Without knowing all of that information, the best help anyone here can give you is to point you to a site such as orbitz.com, expedia.com, or travelocity.com, where you can enter in this information and look at fares applicable to your situation.
  • I guess it depends on where youre living at now. I live in the south and when I talk to my friend in California I realized cost of living is a lot more over there. So therefore it is more expensive. If you want to go to Seaworld or Disneyland I would bring extra for knicknaks and food. Since your hotel is paid for and what not, you would need money for food mainly. My opinion, bring 1k to be safe. But you don't have to spend all youre money there. A lot of great things to do that doesn't require a lot of money. Have fun!
  • I mean, it's California. Since you have a friend there, it should cut down on the money you would bring, otherwise. What are your tastes, what activities do you want to do, these are all factors. I'm sure we can help if you include more details.
  • OMG THAT HILARIOUS!! EVEN PARIS AND BRITTNEY KNOW WHERE CALIFORNIA IZ!!
  • Ha ha ha! In high school there was this girl, Heather, who was known for being the dumbest girl in school. But nevertheless, she ended up in my class, Advanced Placement Chemistry. On the first day, the teacher asked her why ice floats in water, her answer was "because it's cold." So the next day, he tried another question, asking her what you get when you combine two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom (he even wrote H2O on the board for her), her answer "H twenty"?
  • Hee hee....that's life for you.....:) Is it an Advanced Stupidity class, perhaps? :) I know a girl who was in the Honor Society, but I could not convice her that ketchup was made from tomatoes, nor that hair grows from the root and not the end, so I totally feel your pain.
  • I think that's more stupid than unfair, unless you were competing with her to get into advanced class... then yes that would be unfair! Someone get this girl a globe!
  • haha where is she from? that may be why. if she has never been in NW USA, she may have no idea.....i mean im in advanced classes and have been asked to skip four grades and go into 11th grade! im only 13! and i thought Chicago was in Texas! lol ive never been over there, so I wouldnt know about it. maybe she hasnt been over here, and dosnt know. but you know, so maybe talk to your teachers and see why YOU arent in the advanced class! and to answer your question, yes, it is pretty unfair to you.
  • Wow. that's not just unfair, but sad too. She will not survive an advanced class.
  • Oh, to have the problems of a 13 year old. Honey, you have no idea what 'unfair' is all about. Come talk to me when you're over 25.
  • lol wow. Well eventualy teachers will find out she's stupid and put her back to the normal level class. Then you'll really be able to laugh at her. lol
  • if she's in the advanced class for geography, yes. if not, then she's an idiot in geography, but may be smart in math or science.
  • Well, she did get to the class with her Geography skills.
  • Wow, that is one of the saddest things I have ever heard
  • I live in California, I am over 18. I have a really weird and strange name and I've never been happy with it. I want to change it to a regular name. Please tell the steps to, like do I hire a lawyer or can I do it myself? Please help me & THANKS in advanced. *If you want to know, I've never done anything bad or have anything on my record. I'm pretty clean.
  • California law permits you to change your name simply by using a new name, but I tend to think it is a better idea to have it done formally by a court. This website will tell you how http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/selfhelp/oth...
  • It is about $400 a month in advance. It will be more in a shorter time period. http://tickets.amtrak.com/itd/amtrak
  • Go to www.amtrak.com to get fare and schedule information. You're in for a long trrip.
  • If your car failed the ASM California test with elevated HC, it is best to perform proper diagnostics to identify the cause, then repair the cause. Assuming that your car in fuel injected, here is a list of POSSIBLE failures -- 1) Vacuum leaks 2) Excessive advanced ignition timing 3) A MAP or MAF sensor slightly out of spec. voltage 4) Excessive engine coolant temp 5) EGR valve pintle stuck open 6) Restricted fuel filter 7) Failing fuel pump 8) Failing fuel pressure regulator 9) Sleepy, lazy or otherwise failing oxygen sensor. 10) Contaminated engine oil 11) PCV valve in need of service. 12) Failed or deteriorating catalytic converter There are many other items, but they are generally related to the above list. It is money saved to take the car to a LICENSED emissions repair and test facility, and ask that they run a diagnostic routine for the elevated hydrocarbons. Take the failure report so that he can look to see what he is chasing. Most shops will perform this task for about an hour's worth of shop time. The repairs will be on top of the diagnostics. One of the things that the tech can do with the report is to calculate the "LAMBDA" factor. This will tell him if the engine is in good fuel control or not, and if the primary cause is in the fuel control or if it is in the catalytic converter. If you believe you are being taken advantage of, call the Bureau of Automotive Repair at (800) 952-5210 and ask that they investigate. This is your tax dollars at work. Use them. In the mean time, if you are trying to get the license renewed, pay the fees. It is the State of California, they will take the money! That will stop the penalties at DMV. You won't get a sticker, but you will be paid up. Ask for an extension for driving. This will get you about 90 days more to make the repairs and pass the emissions test, or make the decision to trade the car in for something else. Good Luck
  • A high level of hydrocarbons may be caused by a number of things such as excessive oil consumption, bad catalytic converter, bad oxygen sensor, bad EGR valve (although a bad EGR would lead to high levels of NOx, it is still possible for it to cause high levels of Hc) Also, if this car is carbureated instead of fuel injected, you might need to have the carburetor adjusted. I would also recommend having your Mass Air Flow sensor checked out, as well as your Oxygen sensors. These are areas that when bad, cause high levels of Hydrocarbons to occur.
  • first try an intake and injection cleaning. this needs to be done about once a year to remove the carbon buildup in the intake. when this accummulates, it makes the car burn more gas to make up for the blockage, thus raising the hydrocarbons in the exhaust. ive done tailpipe emissions test for a few years and this is what ive seen and what ive read up on. hope this helps
  • Plugged EGR port, or defective knock sensor. extra: particularly, that would reason greater NOX (nitrous oxide) readings. severe hydrocarbons is detrimental combustion. Low gasoline pump tension? grimy air filter out? detrimental gasoline high quality? low compression?
  • one other thing that you can do is get the oil changed just before the test
  • take the vehicle and drop it off at the junk yard.
  • North-south
  • I favor i might want to say I had a fave reminiscence of memorial stadium, the in reality time i replaced into ever there for the Orioles replaced into before i replaced into even 6 years previous i believe (I shop in concepts it replaced into the overdue 80s). I vaguely shop in concepts in basic terms being there, i could not inform you who the Orioles performed now to not indicate in the journey that they gained or lost. I do delight in observing the images of the 1970 international sequence the position Brooks Robinson made some extremely out of this international variety performs at third base antagonistic to the Cincinnati Reds. of route I also loved observing the Orioles have a good time their international sequence victory in BALTIMORE that year too. :)
  • The link below is the official California Court website. They make no mention of Circuit Court. They the vast majority of cases being in Superior Court. It also states "most the cases that come before the Court of Appeal involve the review of a Superior Court decision". This means some must originate with the Court of Appeal. Therefore, the correct answer is E, both A and B. http://www.courtinfo.ca.gov/courts/about...
  • The answer is B. Appellate courts may, on very very rare occasion (I have NEVER seen it) take receive evidence not submitted to the superior court (and only in an extraordinary writ proceeding, not in an appeal), but by definition they are not "trial courts." In fact, in the usual case, if the appellate court needs to have additional evidence presented, the case is referred to the superior court to do so. Moreover, if "appellate courts" were included as courts which admit evidence and hear testimony, that would also have to include the Supreme Court, which is merely the highest appellate court, so the answer would be A, B, AND D. Since that choice is not given, it is clear that the drafter of the question did not consider appellate courts to be trial courts. BTW, the circuit courts are the FEDERAL trial courts, which is why the question specifically says it is dealing with state courts.
  • None of your answers is quite correct. Superior courts are where most criminal trials take place, and therefor the admitting of evidence and hearing of witness testimony is a key part. However, Circuit (Appellate) courts also hear testimony, and occasionally admit evidence when new evidence comes to light that was not available in a previous trial. Appellate courts are the same as circuit courts in modern terms, though originally circuit courts were more like a traveling court back in the times when there were many small communities not large enough to each have their own court and judges.
  • substantial witness? while you're a independent witness (e.g., you observed a vehicle twist of destiny), you will in simple terms get diverse questions. while you're an fascinated social gathering, you are able to or won't get some hostility from the section you're attesting against. Whichever this is, in simple terms answer the questions and quit speaking once you have complete asserting what you particularly understand.
  • I don't,California is better than Florida!
  • I don't. I lived in Florida for 7 years and there wasn't much to do at all.
  • I don't like Florida more. If I did, it would be cause of the amusement parks XD
  • Who says I do? Florida may not have earthquakes but it has hurricanes and a crapload of humidity.
  • I love Florida. I've never been to California, though I would very much like their medical marijuana laws.
  • ummmm idk, who said i like florida than cal, my birth state even tho i wanna move from the desert, o there u go florida dosent have a desert
  • are you kidding me?! so cal is the best place on earth! ...in my opinion.
  • i don't!!..its so damn humid in florida..its almost suffocating!!
  • Are you serious? read my name. You'll know your answer (:
  • never been there
  • No, and no. They used to allow teens to earn their learner's permit as soon as they turned 15, but, because the permit expires exactly one year from the day you get it, too many teens didn't schedule their final driving exam in time (or failed them) and had to repeat their permit test and go through the mandatory six month waiting period all over again. No one gets their license before they're sixteen. If you're looking to become "vehicularly" independent sooner, a motorcycle learner's permit allows you ride by yourself as early as 15 1/2, once you've passed the motorcycle permit test. The only restrictions are that you're not allowed to carry any passengers, that you're not allowed to ride after dark and that you're not allowed to ride on the freeways.
  • Yes, it is 15 and a half. You can get a license when you are 18 I believe...
  • I'm from the UK and I think, without a shadow of a doubt that California is so far above the rest of the states in the US. Without a doubt the best state. Most relaxed, yet most advanced.
  • The mormons poured millions into forcing through prop 8 in CA: to ban gay marriage. In August 2010 the court held that to be unconstitutional. On 15 June 2011 the San Francisco court upheld that decision because it violates the constitutional rights of citizens. It is now awaiting the Supreme Court verdict e which is expected to uphold the early court decision. If that happens then gay marriage will become legal everywhere! The loving god works in mysterious ways!
  • It has a little of Good, Bad and Neutral in it, kind of like everywhere. With that said, I don't picture myself living anywhere else but..you never know.
  • I love across the country, but California has given the world wonders, and on a more technical note, weighs down the west coast of north America, so it serves a function very well.
  • A good place for everyone falling off the edge of the earth. Just so long as it stays on its side of the Rockies.
  • Terrain - good Politics - bad Population - neutral (a good mix of both good and bad, apparently)
  • Bad. It isn't good like Wisconsin, Oregon, North Dakota or Michigan.
  • I lived in Bakersfield for about eight years. I loved the desert except in August. Also you can get great Mexican food cheap at the little Mom and Pop roadside taco stands.
  • Carmageddon.
  • A multiracial, bankrupt hellhole
  • How long have you been living under a rock?
  • Puel--Much LA street run off goes into the LA River which enters the ocean in the Long Beach area. Most people go elsewhere for swimming. The beach is nice if you just want to sit out on the sand and get a tan and then shower off. I wouldn't go in the water myself. No surfing as explained above due to the break water stopping the waves for the port. Huntington beach a/k/a SURF CITY is not a long drive south, so that would be the place to surf and enjoy all the beach people...Have Fun..
  • There are beaches in Long Beach, hence the term Long "Beach." There is no such place called Long Beach in Cali, Columbia. Only California.
  • Yes there is a beach near Long BEACH. Who would have thought such a crazy thing? I've never surfed there but I'm pretty sure people do. Try Huntington Beach instead. It's a little bit south of Long Beach.
  • Beaches, YES, surfing, NO. Most of Long Beach is within a break water so no large waves.
  • The breakwater that protects the port means no waves in Long Beach. It also means that all of the garbage and chemical run off that flows downstream from the Los Angeles River and the San Gabriel River ends up on our beaches because of the lack of water flow. Those rivers border LBC. Unfortunately it means we have some pretty polluted water. I drive to the beaches in Orange County instead of walking the 5 minutes it takes for me to get to the beach in LBC. It's still pretty to look at, it's just not the best water to swim in. This article on our most recent sewage spill should tell you what we have to deal with. http://belmontshore.patch.com/articles/l...
  • There are neighboring cities that are quite undesirable. With ports, you have ships and railroads all in particular powered with diesel. the government is taking action to freshen up the air, and that i see extra of the previous diesel automobiles being phased out. yet I nevertheless see distinctive previous locomotive engines that look like they are from 50+ years in the past and spew black smoke out. I artwork section time each so often at refineries and that they've quite strict air emissions regulations to stay with. The lobbyists have been very valuable in preserving air pollution with us. Arguments ensued that lowering air pollution in autos might fee us zillions of jobs back interior the 70's and eighty's. nicely, yet another vulnerable argument from the mind-blowing. Yeah, my vehicle will lose some gas mileage, yet i'm getting an EPA 30/38 in my 2003 Honda Civic and the exhaust is so clean, it amazes me as quickly as I stand next to an previous VW trojan horse and how pungent the exhaust is. the quantity of heart assaults and lung issues appropriate to air pollution is astounding. purely learn information, and dodge radical precise or left critiques.
  • i live very near Long Beach and they do have beaches and harbors. The beaches are really good, good waves for surfing and they have benches for you to sit on and parking is free. The beach has really high waves and a lot of rocks in the sand. It is a good surfing spot and there are surfing competitions there too.
  • I hope that Prop 23 succeeds because the liberal environmentalists and globalists are fact deniers and bullies who should be opposed.
  • Think it's bad to suspend it. If California doesn't intend to take climate issues & damaging emission curbs seriously by suspending the limits, the economy will be the least of their worries. Saving the planet has got more important.
  • DIfferent locations may have different policies on travelers. You can go in the day of your event and order one. However by doing that you will have to wait longer. It takes 3 coffee pots to fill up a traveler. So its always nice to call at least one day in advance and give a time for when you will be picking it up that way the Barista can have it ready for you and you wont have to wait. Goodluck with your event!
  • Go to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation web sit and look http://www.cdcr.ca.gov/ I found all kinds of stats. Try your luck I found their stats only went back like 10 years
  • i take these STAR tests in my state, California. When I was reviewing them I recognized they said I was an advanced student, but when I did the math for my score, the percent was about a B. and in the front when they had a bar graph, i did the calculation and it was a C! and im an A student. Any help? There are 5 levels you could be in: Advanced Proficient Basic Below Basic Far Below Basic So is an Advanced like a 100%, Proficient 90%-99%, etc..? or what? according to everyone i know then advanced is beyond an A. Please help.. I am sooo confused!
  • The STAR does not use a regular 100% and below scale The best you can do on a STAR is 99%. That is because it is a percentile, and if you have a 99% it means that 99% of the other students scored less than you. Did you know that the STAR is really optional? No? Well, that is because the schools do not tell parents that! All they have to do to opt a student out is to write a letter to the principal and say that the child (name) in grade (grade) won't be taking the STAR. No standardized tests in CA are required, unless you are in a charter school and it is part of the charter.
  • If you call Susan and Friends in Berkley, California, she'll give you a list for schools in L.A.
  • this would nicely be a lie and an anti-gay scare tactic. in case you seem back on the era (equivalent Rights modification) of the 1970's, you will discover radical anti-gay activists like Phyllis Schlafly claiming that giving women human beings equivalent rights might carry approximately gay marriage and definitely everyone employing an identical restrooms. it is an identical tactic--p.c.. the main outrageous declare and repeat it many times till human beings have self assurance it. on no account concepts that it has no foundation rather. the subject with the anti-gay, professional-homophobia communities in California (the place I stay) is they are dropping so often that they are starting to be desperate. somewhat than guard scholars from discrimination and bullying, they like to make incendiary, outlandish claims in a erroneous attempt to normalize homophobia. the sorrowful element is that their sin of homophobia is greater important to them than conserving our State's college little ones.
  • I just did a web search & found them online at Amazon & at various mail order candy stores. A couple of hrs is a different matter because it means you want a local place. Probably the best bet is to get on the phone & call around in Modesto to ask if stores sell it. I'm sorry that I can't be more help than that.
  • Use google maps-get a total trip time and miles from city to city. Look at maps and decide how many hours you want to drive and or anything you want to see along the way. Then look up searches on lodging in specific areas and things to see. I get a spiral notebook and make kind of a area by area scrapbook to take along when we vacation-my husband laughed at first but then when I always had a hotel and price and backup hotel and things he didn't anymore. I usually get one that is about 5x7 so I can tuck it up in front by the dashboard. Be safe-we just did Southern Cal to Souix Falls South Dakota-long trip! Fun though-except the smell of Nebraskas cows-ugh! The back trip through southern South Dakota and to Mt Rushmore and Zion in Utah was GREAT! Go to Walmart or Kmart and get an atlas and start with that and google-cut it up for your book---have fun!
  • It is good that you are planning now but perhaps you are too early. Airfare rates change depending upon competition, booking and time of year. The same for hotel rooms. Motels have specials which are not available now. If you do book motels in advance you should call the motel directly rather that their 800 number, You get a better rate that way. No one knows how much gasoline will cost. You may be able to share driving costs with someone else. Be careful with that, however. It is good to think ahead and to save. Save what you can now. Hopefully you will have some money left over. There is always a use for it.
  • California is big...200 mi. x 650 mi. Where in Cal. are you going, how many drivers will be with you, how many hours a day can you drive with those drivers? It is normaly considered a four day trip. What's the fuel efficiency of your car? More questions, more planning... http://www.mapquest.com/ for a start.
  • There is no way to predict what fuel and hotel prices are going to be in three to four years.
  • I live in Northern California. Homes here are really, really expensive! The housing market has slowed here somewhat, though. Maybe that would be a benefit to a buyer. The Silicon Valley (San Jose, Santa Clara, etc.), East Bay (Oakland, Walnut Creek, Berkeley, etc.) and North Bay (Marin Co., Sonoma, Napa, etc.) are all expensive places to buy. San Francisco is also. Probably a trip up here to scope out the different counties/cities would be a good idea. You need to see your options firsthand...there are plenty!
  • Yes. You'll need a bullet button or fixed magazine, with no more than 10 round capacity. In other words, you can only buy a crippled AR-15 here.
  • Our state recognizes WGU. Make sure you ask in advance how student teaching will be handled. Many horror stories of having to find your own placement. Know that my district (2nd largest in the US) only works with specific universities and *never* allows individuals to place themselves. How will your mentor be handled by an online university?
  • Does someone understand if earning a instructing degree at this online college would be frowned upon or accredited? -->Do you've different choices? If I were you, i would go for one more college that would have a greater repute. Nevertheless, you certainly not recognize. You might want to do some networking to find out if some lecturers did get degress from WGU. Just right success with the whole thing.
  • As long as your degree is from an accredited institution, you can teach anywhere you'd like. You will have to take a California licensure exam in order to teach there though.
  • Look in the building that was the high school during the 1980s. Most likely it had a fallout shelter in the basement. (There were no such thing as bomb shelters...)
  • With every day pass, our country is getting into more and more trouble. The inflation, unemployment and falling value of dollar are the main concern for our Government but authorities are just sleeping, they don’t want to face the fact. Media is also involve in it, they are force to stop showing the real economic situation to the people. I start getting more concern about my future as well as my family after watching the response of our Government for the people that affected by hurricane Katrina. According to recent studies made by World Bank, the coming crisis will be far worse than initially predicted. So if you're already preparing for the crisis (or haven't started yet) make sure you watch this video at http://www.familysurvival.tv and discover the 4 BIG issues you'll have to deal with when the crisis hits, and how to solve them fast (before the disaster strikes your town!) without spending $1,000s on overrated items and useless survival books.
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  • Bad Wolf Productions have a play based on the California Missions. My brother's done their plays before and the songs are easy to learn. You could definitely do one of the songs from this play.
  • The old Spanish missions founded by the Spanish Franciscan order, Catholic priests, according to historic records, roughly between the mid 1760's to the early to mid 1800's. The order arrived to spread the faith to the Native peoples of the area. Find music and dances related to the Native americans living in the area during that time period. Colonial Spanish civilians would have had their own music and dance, try to research colonial life in the time of the missions.
  • Okay here's my question; I recently graduated from a Police Academy and obtained my California basic P.O.S.T (Police Officer Standards and Training) certificate. I am married, one child, G.E.D, 27 College units plus another 59.5 college because of the POST certificate and currently unemployed. I can't get a job with local or non local Police departments because of the "Hiring Freeze"/ Poor Economy. I cannot longer be unemployed because of the obvious. So I am thinking of joining the National Guard not only to serve my country but to have an income. Now would I be employed full time or part time and if so what kind of job would I be doing? Is it a good pay? Will I be deployed and to where and for how long? Where would I go or be sent to for training? Based on my experience and training is this a good move or should I just hold a job at the local McDonald's/Jack in the box until the economy picks up. I have much respect for all men and women serving our country. I don't mean to disrespect anyone in the Service. I apologize if I did. Thank you in advance.
  • It sounds like you will be qualified for Guard service, but you will have to talk to a recruiter to be sure. You sound like a responsible person, and you're asking a lot of the right questions. I'll try to answer them in order. The Guard is a part time branch of the Army, however when you enlist you have to go on active duty for what is called "Initial Entry Training". This is Basic Combat Training and Advanced Individual Training. Basic is your common core fundamental soldier tasks. AIT gives you a particular Military Occupational Specialty (MOS). After you complete your training you return home and go back to part time status, which is a minimum of one weekend a month and two weeks a year. If you want to do more, there are missions that pop up occasionally or military schools you can volunteer for. You could even switch to the Active Army if you needed to provide for your family. What kind of job you get will be based on a couple factors. First, you will take the ASVAB and your scores will qualify you for certain jobs. Second, you need to consider what kind of jobs are you interested in. Do you want to do "Army Stuff" and play with guns and practice maneuvering outdoors? Do you think you would be more interested in analytical work like MIlitary Intelligence? You and a recruiter can help you figure out what you're most inclined to. Third, you need to consider what types of units are around you. You may have a Transportation Company and an MP unit right down the road, or an Infantry unit you really want to join two hours away. Is the Infantry job satisfaction worth the extra commute when you could just be a truck driver and save yourself some time? You have to prioritize that. Pay isn't great, but it's not super bad... fortunately to augment your E-1 or E-2 pay (you can find a pay table at www.military.com) you should qualify for a housing allowance while at basic because you have a family. It is possible you would be deployed. Rotations in Iraq are cutting back, and even if there is an Afghanistan surge, it will still be significantly smaller than any presence we've had in Iraq. You could be deployed anywhere in the world. There are peacekeeping missions in Europe and the occasional training mission in Africa. Most deployments are obviously Afghanistan and Iraq though. The amount of risk and danger you may experience is directly related to your job choice. Where you go for training depends on your job. You could do basic at any one of the five BCT bases (Benning, Knox, Sill, Leonard Wood, Jackson) and then your AIT will be based on your MOS choice (for example, all artillery related jobs are trained at Fort Sill). Military experience is a great resume builder and certainly won't hurt your next application for a police job. It also gives you a fall back plan as the economy struggles... you can always go active army, worst case scenario. I've got a wife and kid too, and the thought has crossed my mind on occasion. Hope this helps, if you need anything else, feel free to E-Mail me.
  • Yes (you will be f'ed), marijuana is illegal by federal law. You will be randomly drug tested about once a year (NG tries to attain 100% testing of every NG member a year). It's random though. Some years you may have more than one random. So don't think once you've had a drug test you are good for another year. In fact, sometimes they will add a test the month after a random test for just that reason. And those are just the random tests. THC remains detectable for up to 35 days. Not enough time to smoke between drills and not get caught at the next one. So you will get caught eventually... Especially with the number of deployments/call-ups you will be going on (drug testing prior to deployments/call-ups) and medical exams (drug testing is usually performed for physicals). There is no medical use for marijuana that anyone fit for duty can have.
  • Just because OVW is no longer the developmental center for WWE, doesn't make it bad. If you want to go there, I highly recommend you do. Be sure to look into other schools as well before making it your final decision. To get into the Adv class, you attend OVW for 13 weeks for $1000. After it's up, you can decide, or they'll decide for you, if pro wrestling is the thing for you, or if you need a little more help. If you need some more work, just simply sign up again for the 13 weeks. I know you're probably thinking, "Screw that, I'm not spending another $1000!". If that's your attitude about it, you obviously don't want it bad enough. Personally, I'd spend all the money in the world to be a WWE Superstar. If they like you and think you're good enough, they'll as you to sign up for the advanced class. I plan on joining OVW in summer of 2011. I'm pretty sure I'll be asked to join the advanced class, but I'll probably just transfer over to FCW. Again, just because WWE is no longer in association with OVW does NOT mean you won't make it. Good luck! (Beginner's class is mandatory by the way. If you were already training, you'd probaby lhave to show them some tapes.)
  • I'd go to a wrestling school before I'd go to OVW. Learn the trade first, and then OVW can tweak what you need
  • OVW isn't WWE's lower promotion anymore. FCW is. Go into their classes and maybe get a spot there.
  • Ohio Valley Wrestling is no longer part of the WWE Developmental System. WWE sends all of their prospecitve talent to Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW).. FCW is the WWE's Developmental Promotions. A lot of hte wrestlers you see in the WWE on RAW, Superstars, ECW and Smackdown still wrestle occasionally in FCW and you can still see their photos on the FCW Web Site.
  • print out the advance form for there website and send in a dvd or tape to show how experiance you are. good luck! :)
  • you should go to fcw cause wwe notice talents from thier
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  • Do you live in California now? $9-$10 isn't really enough to afford an apartment in many parts of California. You should be looking for $12-$14 an hour minimum. Try www.craigslist.org and www.opportunitynocs.org Good luck!
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  • We are relocating for work to Ontario California. Can anyone tell us what areas are most affordable and desirable? Also, any other information about the area would be most appreciated. We will be renting a house/apt. Would prefer a house where we can grow a garden, and have goats and chickens, as well as a garden to provide clean food for ourselves and our neighbors. Thanks in advance for any help you can offer us.
  • Yards are pretty small here. And many cities have ordinances against livestock. If you're thinking of moving here and setting up a self-sufficient commune, you should look further north, like in Oregon. It's very difficult here. Rancho Cucamonga is very nice. Start your search there.
  • Most affordable and most desirable do not combine in one sentence. If it's going to be desirable, it's going to be expensive. If it's affordable, it's not going to be desirable. This applies anywhere in the United States. There is nowhere in the Los Angeles area where you raise goats and chickens. The area, in general, consists of residential neighborhoods everywhere.
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  • I'm with the Governor. Cut spending across the board on everything but health and education, and raise taxes to make up the shortfall. We are the largest population of any state with the 7th largest economy in the world. Most all advances begin in California and spread out. We grow faster than the rest of the country and in a decline we fall faster. The result is it's a political system as complex as anywhere in the world.
  • they are a nanny state ... way too much political correctness to make the tough budget decisions ... they should slash spending and give their people a break on the highest taxes in the land!
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