Sabatino Says He Can Help Modesto: How About Paying Your Fine

Sabatino Says He Can Help Modesto: How About Paying Your Fine

This guy, just like his pack-mate Emerson Drake, fancy themselves as community watchdogs. What they fail to tell you is that their behavior, often illegal, cost us money. Emerson’s illegal pot-grow operation, and Sabatino refusing to pay his fine.

The one bright spot is that it looks like father time, and ever expanding waist lines will quiet them down. Probably sooner than later!

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A judge threw out the lawsuit and ordered Sabatino to pay the city $22,887 in attorney’s fees in 2008.

Sabatino was ordered to pay more fees after he appealed that decision, then withdrew the appeal. With accrued interest, he owes the city about $30,000, said City Attorney Susana Alcala Wood.

The city has spent roughly $10,000 to $14,000 attempting to collect the unpaid bill, Alcala Wood said. Modesto recently placed a $30,000 lien on a condo property Sabatino owns

Ro-Sham-Bo More Than A Kids’ Game

The Subway Sandwich commercial has re-exposed many to what is considered a kids’ game, but many of us adults still use it to determine who will do the chores, get the beer, or some other thing we don’t want to do. Here is a link to a pretty entertaining, and imforative article.

First, for the three people in the country who may be unfamiliar with the game, a short description:

“Rock, Paper, Scissors,” also known as roshambo (I’ll get to the reason for this presently), has been around for a long time, and most civilized people have at least a passing knowledge of the game. It is most often used to decide small matters between two people–who’ll drive to the burger joint, who has to take out the garbage, etc.–but it can also be played to decide larger matters, as part of a tournament, or simply as a diversion

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