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Old 09-30-2018, 01:14 PM
 
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Most of those and more are in San Diego, beyond Japanese there is 99 Ranch, Zion Market and etc.

Mitsuwa in Kearney Mesa has a nice little Food Court serving lots of authentic dishes.

There is also a Minamoto Kitchoan in Newport Beach at Fashion Island that sells Japanese sweets and desserts. I walked in the place and was overwhelmed with the selection.

https://www.kitchoan.com/
Don't know about Japanese or Korean food in San Diego, but Chinese food is horrible in San Diego. There's plenty of it, but it's all sub par. Even Irvine has better Chinese food.
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Old 09-30-2018, 07:59 PM
 
Location: North County San Diego Area
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Don't know about Japanese or Korean food in San Diego, but Chinese food is horrible in San Diego. There's plenty of it, but it's all sub par. Even Irvine has better Chinese food.
These are markets selling authentic products and food, but not all Restaurants. Restaurants are few and far between, then again finding good Italian, Greek and Middle Eastern Food is a challenge here compared to other areas of the US I have lived.
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Old 10-01-2018, 12:33 AM
 
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He’s asking for support your troops and pledge of allegiance kind of conservative, not new world order tinfoil hat conservative.
An increasing number of liberals are seeing the New World Order and Agenda 21 for what it is:

See this video from 0:45 to 7:05. She doesn't use the term New World Order, but is describing perfectly what's going on:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ldc0k8e6aDI&t=650s
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Old 10-01-2018, 09:20 AM
 
Location: Laguna Niguel, Orange County CA
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An increasing number of liberals are seeing the New World Order and Agenda 21 for what it is:

See this video from 0:45 to 7:05. She doesn't use the term New World Order, but is describing perfectly what's going on:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ldc0k8e6aDI&t=650s
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Old 10-01-2018, 12:28 PM
 
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An increasing number of liberals are seeing the New World Order and Agenda 21 for what it is:

See this video from 0:45 to 7:05. She doesn't use the term New World Order, but is describing perfectly what's going on:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ldc0k8e6aDI&t=650s
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Old 10-02-2018, 02:01 PM
 
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I bring my own usable bags when I shop. I don't have a problem with that...obviously you must feel differently if you had to opine at length. In my area most of the cities where I live have bag ordinances that require a charge (very nominal ) if you need one. Not something to get all red in the face for.
There are thos eco nazis whose jobs is on every Internet forum is to defend this policy. Anyone who disagrees will be labeled as anti environmental. Which couldn’t be farther from the truth.
I guess they never bother to read all the unintended consequences this cause.
Particularly the increased Garbage of all types due to them spilling out unsecured from garbage trucks are turning our landscape into landfills. Just had a garbage truck spilling loose litter around my neighborhood. and the risk for health as homeless people who once kept human excretion in grocery bags they hoard now have no choice but to leave them on the ground.


i don’t like to eat food that touched a reusable bag. There are plenty of stories of cashers saying they have plenty of very filthy bags that are bio health hazards or covered in pet hair or even contain rat droppings or insects. I am not surprised there are so many food borne diseases these days compared to before. The last five years signs warning pool users on pool containmenation due to sick human excretion started going up everywhere which we never see in the past before we have these ordinances widespread.

Agenda 21 and one world government is real. The EU is just their testing ground. They are pushing agendas in disguise of saving the world but it’s main goal is social engineering. They pressure countries to comply when they have an international gathering in order to avoid losing face. The people around the world should fight back however they can and do all possible to avoid politicians from taking office who gives in.
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Old 10-02-2018, 11:00 PM
 
Location: So. Calif
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I live in a community called Wiseburn. It's part of Los Angeles County Unincorporated. We just had a house go on the market for 1.2 million in our community. https://www.zillow.com/homes/for_sal...65_rect/13_zm/

I think they are wanting to change Wiseburn into a nicer community (FINALLY) so they are coming in and flipping homes like crazy - buying the folks out WHO want to cash out. People are also retiring and leaving California. At least it appears to me this is what's happening. I'm all for it as it will raise our property value. Also many homeowners are adding on to their homes/remodeling. That's a good sign.

What you could do is contact Shane Falkenstein whose a realtor in our area and talk to him. I've seen a few homes for sale and we are only 10 mins from Los Angeles Air Force Base. We want nice folks moving in. :-) There are Asians in our community. We are very diverse. I love the diversity.

Not all homes would go for that amount...This house was completely re-done. I doubt they will get that much for the house but you never know. What i like about our area is the fact we border El Segundo - and we're just down the way from Manhattan Beach (The Pointe).

We are freeway close (5 mins) to the 405 Freeway which is off Rosecrans. You could also check HollyGlen or Del Aire.

I'm a Conservative as well. Both my husband and I. I am retired but he is still working as a Tug Capt.

We use the Hawthorne zip code but that's about it. Can't vote in Hawthorne politics. :-) Would not hurt to look. I do agree that Rancho Cucamonga might be better as well as Mira Loma as far as price and getting a pool. :-)

Not sure that helped but thought I would give you an idea. PF CHANGS is right up the street and we are next to Gardena, CA where there are many Asian restaurants as well as Torrance.
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Old 10-03-2018, 10:26 PM
 
Location: Silicon Valley, CA
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Agenda 21 and one world government is real. The EU is just their testing ground. They are pushing agendas in disguise of saving the world but it’s main goal is social engineering. They pressure countries to comply when they have an international gathering in order to avoid losing face. The people around the world should fight back however they can and do all possible to avoid politicians from taking office who gives in.
Oh gimme a break with the conspiracy theories and paranoia.
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Old 10-03-2018, 10:36 PM
 
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Oh gimme a break with the conspiracy theories and paranoia.
You must be very oblivious of whats is going on around you and around the world. This is not conspiracy theory.
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Old 10-03-2018, 11:08 PM
 
Location: Silicon Valley, CA
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You must be very oblivious of whats is going on around you and around the world. This is not conspiracy theory.
I beg to differ. Bag ordinances aren't complicated. I'm fine with them, it's simple, it works in our area. Your fixation with them...dunno about that.
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