Watch Live: Search for Christopher Dorner

CBS L.A. is reporting live on the scene from the San Bernardino County mountain town near Big Bear, where sources are saying police have been in a shootout with ex-LAPD officer Christopher Dorner

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not Carl Peterson lll February 17, 2013 at 09:18 PM
Gayle, grouchy in Maui? Wow, that takes a special kind of person. Almost same thing here. My wife actually gave me the silent treatment on our honeymoon in Hawaii. As for Dorner/police thing. The problem with some here, is when they proclaim, cops bad, Dorner good, period. Dorner was a murderer. There are good cops, and bad cops. I have had everything from excellent to horrible experiences. Sabbatical? I bet too many would not come back. Tell me what movie will win the Oscars when you are done with them.
not Carl Peterson lll February 17, 2013 at 09:25 PM
W Korn, I will post below in five minutes to break of this long thread of the comments.
not Carl Peterson lll February 17, 2013 at 09:41 PM
W Korn, The homes on Highview were drawn up by Gregory Ain, who is a well known as far as architecture is concerned. It surprised me to learn they were built in 1946. It is a style I am used to seeing in the fifties-early sixties. http://gregoryainparkplannedhomes.blogspot.com/ There were so many kids that you could always find someone to play with out in the street. Sometimes on Saturdays, you would find a couple dozen doing different activities, of which to choose. Most kids could go stop sign to stop sign without worry, as long as your in when the street lights came on. We had the ice cream man, the milk man etc.. Parents could tell kids that are not there own to behave. And we listened. If you look at different neighborhoods, you will notice that the more money, and the bigger the house...........the less you have with those around you. You become closed in to your own world. We were fairly poor when I was a kid. I never new that. And the childhood experiences can't be paid for. We were rich without the money.
Gayle M. Montgomery February 18, 2013 at 08:05 AM
Marty I have 1 more to see, Life of Pi for best picture, and I have the movie Flight in the iPad to watch on the train or wherever to see about Denzel's best actor nom. If I have time this week, I'll try to rent some of the other lesser awards. For me, best picture should be Lincoln. But Hollywood likes to give awards about things Hollywood has done, ergo all the awards Argo is getting. It is a good movie, just not best. if I'm passing out best actor, I'd say Daniel Day Lewis as Lincoln, and best supporting would go to Christoph Waltz of Django. Best supporting should go to Anne Hathaway in Les Miserables. But, I sit at a quandry for best actress. It is between 3. Jessica Chastain was fabulous in Zero Dark Thirty. The little girl in the Beast of the Southern Wild was about 5 when she played the part far and advanced beyond her years and quite convincingly. But, I think I would have to say the lady in Amour. She was quite simply incredible. Like I said, I still have to see Life of Pi (maybe on Monday) to be sure. There really are some quite good ones this year. Taking it back to Dorner and to gun control, they have something new of late in the theatre beyond advertising up and comings, don't use your cell phone, and buy snacks. It's a safety warning, encouraging patrons to be sure to report anything suspicious and to know where the exits are. That's the gift of Aurora I believe.
Spirit Of Venice February 18, 2013 at 04:25 PM
"It's 'crackers" to slip a rozzer the dropsy in snide." - Alfred E. Newman


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