Now let’s add in the news from yesterday, specifically this.
Your position on this matter is incoherent.
Hey, here’s what the Chronicle itself had to say back in 2010:
Chronicle outdoors writer Tom Stienstra and his wife were arrested at their Northern California home on suspicion of possession of marijuana for sale, and later released with no charges filed pending an investigation, officials said.
Siskiyou County sheriff’s spokeswoman Susan Gravenkamp said deputies found “a sophisticated marijuana cultivation operation in the barn” at Stienstra’s home in Weed, a small town 30 miles south of Yreka, when they searched it March 25.
Authorities seized 60 marijuana plants, 11.1 pounds of processed marijuana, scales, packaging materials and other paraphernalia from the barn and the home, Gravenkamp said.”
Are you going to sue the Chronicle too?
Weren’t you actually arrested “on suspicion of possession of marijuana for sale?” I mean, that’s the question, right?
And boy, if somebody turned me down for a vacation rental you know what I’d do? I’d find another vacation rental and everything would be rosy.
Hey, here’s an idea. Why not just move on and quit while you’re behind?