The Barfman Cometh. Again.

If you feel like retching, please egress via the vomitorium…

Yes, Dear friends, it’s that time of the political season when we can count on the reappearance of our old pal, Barfman. Barfman has been making periodic visits to Fullerton ever since Roland’s Chi’s restaurant code violations finally caught up with him in 2010. Ever since then Barfman has returned to inform Fullerton taxpayers about particularly vomitous political campaigns. In this case it’s the horrendous and duplicitous Fullerton school bonds – Measures J and K that would cost the average homeowner $400 per year in new property taxes – even if the actual value of their houses goes down.

  1. #1 by Facts is Facts on January 30, 2020


  2. #2 by That Guy on January 30, 2020

    Can we get signage for our yards?

  3. #3 by Karl Hungus on January 30, 2020

    This bond will do nothing about the shitty portable classrooms that have been a stain on our educational institutions for three decades. Nothing like a double-wide environment to inspire creativity and intellect in our youth. Maybe if Fullerton roads weren’t a steaming pile of hot diarrhea we’d be more open to these bonds.

  4. #4 by Eddie Haskell on January 31, 2020

    Gee Beev, I think that apple you gave the “educator” had a big fat worm in it. I bet Teachers will “just say no” to bonds when it comes to paying $400 more out of their pockets.

  5. #5 by Johnny Rotten on February 3, 2020

    Need at least 4 of these signs. Please provide info on where to obtain.

    • #6 by Stand and deliver on February 3, 2020

      JR, contact 4F’s admin.

  6. #7 by Anonymous on February 5, 2020

    OC Court Considers Whether The City of Fullerton Can Silence Local Blog Over Secret City Hall Documents

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