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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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  • www.target.com ...........go there instead of asking!
  • 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.
  • Advanced how? Like with a secondary flamethrower option?
  • 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 yo