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Old 03-17-2012, 06:50 PM   #15
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Yep, that much. From the IE to the museum and to have it mounted.
The museum is in a rich neighborhood, Miracle Mile baby!
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You would think that if it's in a rich neighborhood that most had seen rocks before.
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Old 03-17-2012, 06:52 PM   #16
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Wow.........didn't know it was that much. Just think how much better that money could have been spent!
Yes... could have gone to help pay state pensions
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You would think that if it's in a rich neighborhood that most had seen rocks before.
Only big diamonds, whoops, different kind of rock
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Old 03-17-2012, 06:54 PM   #17
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You would think that if it's in a rich neighborhood that most had seen rocks before.
You have to live here to understand.
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And the ones caught in the rain are still there waiting for a government grant or some social program to dry them off and then provide grief counseling from their horrific experience.
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Seems that fewer are lately.
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And the ones caught in the rain are still there waiting for a government grant or some social program to dry them off and then provide grief counseling from their horrific experience.

That is good!
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The museum that rock went to has been overwhelmingly supported by Eli Broad (of Kaufman and Broad Homes, and a host of other big capital ventures). A friend of mine remodeled his kitchen. He has something like $30M of paintings hanging in his entryway.

I doubt LAMCA has to worry much about having their operating costs covered.....
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Old 03-17-2012, 07:15 PM   #22
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The museum that rock went to has been overwhelmingly supported by Eli Broad (of Kaufman and Broad Homes, and a host of other big capital ventures). A friend of mine remodeled his kitchen. He has something like $30M of paintings hanging in his entryway.

I doubt LAMCA has to worry much about having their operating costs covered.....
Huh?????????? So spending that much to move a "Rock" is OK with you. Have no idea what names you are throwing around. No doubt, it's a Calif. thing.
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Old 03-17-2012, 07:16 PM   #23
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The museum that rock went to has been overwhelmingly supported by Eli Broad (of Kaufman and Broad Homes, and a host of other big capital ventures). A friend of mine remodeled his kitchen. He has something like $30M of paintings hanging in his entryway.

I doubt LAMCA has to worry much about having their operating costs covered.....
Exactly, so 10 mil is a drop in the bucket. The Getty will get a new toy next.
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No one can secede from nuthood!
Sorry Northern CA and So Oregon.

I thank you for applying that exception. We natives that are country folks pray for a good earthquake,tsunami,or fire so we can take our state back from the loonies.

To make things even tougher I'm a businessman. I just spent the last 18 months trying to register a vehicle I bought for the business. I leased it and then bought it at the end of the lease. The folder is over 1 inch thick. I got a "fix it ticket" from a kind CHP officer that said I had incomplete registration. No kidding. I have been paying the registration all along and he found that out after running the plates. I told him my story but he was not interested and gave me the nice fix it ticket. So then I spent three months going to the courthouse to get extensions. They would not let me pay the full fine of $240 so I could at least get that crap off my back. I kept getting go to jail notices which would have been fun since the police chiefs and sheriffs all know me personally. So yesterday someone finally dotted the i and gave me the "complete registration". Off to the courthouse again and it took twenty minutes of some clerk typing and $25 to pay the fine.

Yep. California is nuts and I cannot wait to leave. We lost our state many years ago and cannot get it back.
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CA is okay if you are very rich or extremely poor, anything in between is going to be rough.
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The museum that rock went to has been overwhelmingly supported by Eli Broad (of Kaufman and Broad Homes, and a host of other big capital ventures). A friend of mine remodeled his kitchen. He has something like $30M of paintings hanging in his entryway.

I doubt LAMCA has to worry much about having their operating costs covered.....
Ah...THE Eli Broad. I remember when he bought out my previous employer. I spent six montages looking for work in '95.

Yep, more money than he can spend.
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Redwood, Lassen Volcanic, Yosemite, Kings Canyon, Sequoia, Death Valley and Joshua Tree National Parks... You guys live in a beautiful state and we feel blessed to have had a good taste last summer... Couldn't live there though, I'd probably miss the summer time scent of plywood here in Florida too much. Bob
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CHP reported 422 traffic accidents today, seven times the daily average and the day is not over yet

Slow down So Cal!
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