Robby McCullough

How to Fold a Fitted Sheet + Bald Eagles, Beer, Traffic, & Taxes

This week's vlog covers a lot of range. I really hope it doesn't come off too ranty.

I got some sweet footage of a bald eagle out at the Lexington Reservoir in Los Gatos.

Pliny the Younger was just released, and I got the opportunity to try this year's batch.

I talk about taxes and traffic and go out to catch some red-light cheaters. Hey, California, let's work on enforcing the rules we have instead of creating new ones! Stop taxing the people who are playing by the rules and start asking the cheaters to pay more.

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1 Comment

  1. Michael McCullough on March 15, 2018 at 2:31 am

    1. Enforcing laws does not buy votes for Democrats.

    2. Building mass transport (trains, metros, buses) fights climate change but does not buy votes. Taipei had no metro in 1976. Today they have 108 stations and 5 main routes and 2 branch lines. The system carried an average of around 2.10 million passengers per day in March 2016. In 1976, BART ended in San Bruno. In 2018 BART ends in San Bruno.

    Yell at me all you want, but you sound more like a conservative every day! Keep up the good work.

    Love,

    Dad

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