Monday, April 28, 2008

Berserkeley - A place we call home

I've used this soapbox to do a lot of complaining about Berkeley over the past year. Today, the Chron had an article that indicated Berkeley may not be all that crazy - at least some of the time.

The article looks at Berkeley "firsts," which include, "police radios, a ban on Styrofoam, health benefits for domestic partners and a switch to biodiesel for city cars."

So, here's to you, Berkeley, for all the good you've actually brought the rest of the world.

I apologize for this intermission. You may now get back to complaining about Berkeley's favorite pastime below...

1 Comments:

Blogger Patrick said...

. . . Berkeley "firsts," which include, "police radios, a ban on Styrofoam, health benefits for domestic partners and a switch to biodiesel for city cars."

. . . wasn't there something else?

Oh yeah! The atomic bomb.

4/29/2008 6:08 AM  

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