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Old 04-23-2017, 11:12 AM
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I 2nd this motion. The only people talking about smog in LA are people who either haven't been here in decades or people who just want to talk crap lol
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Old 04-23-2017, 11:17 AM
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I stopped counting wins before they happened after the KC road game last year.
Good choice. Counting wins before they happen is impossible.
Making an estimate based on personal opinion? Wide open.
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Old 04-23-2017, 11:27 AM
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I 2nd this motion. The only people talking about smog in LA are people who either haven't been here in decades or people who just want to talk crap lol
The memory is to horrible to erase.
I suspect the residual cellular pollution is for life. It's still there in every resident from that era.
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Old 04-23-2017, 12:09 PM
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I 2nd this motion. The only people talking about smog in LA are people who either haven't been here in decades or people who just want to talk crap lol
The LA Times still thinks it is an issue

"Southern California is experiencing its worst smog in years this summer (2016)

Ozone has exceeded federal standards on 91 days so far this year compared to 67 days over the same period last year, according to South Coast Air Quality Management District data through Monday.

In June, only four days had healthy air across the South Coast basin, which spans Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. In July, ozone levels violated federal health standards every day except July 31."

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Old 04-23-2017, 12:13 PM
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The LA Times still thinks it is an issue

"Southern California is experiencing its worst smog in years this summer (2016)

Ozone has exceeded federal standards on 91 days so far this year compared to 67 days over the same period last year, according to South Coast Air Quality Management District data through Monday.

In June, only four days had healthy air across the South Coast basin, which spans Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. In July, ozone levels violated federal health standards every day except July 31."

Bad air, high taxes, and playing in a soccer stadium.....players are going to love this stuff.
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Old 04-23-2017, 12:15 PM
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The LA Times still thinks it is an issue

"Southern California is experiencing its worst smog in years this summer (2016)

Ozone has exceeded federal standards on 91 days so far this year compared to 67 days over the same period last year, according to South Coast Air Quality Management District data through Monday.

In June, only four days had healthy air across the South Coast basin, which spans Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. In July, ozone levels violated federal health standards every day except July 31."

Absolutely nothing compared to how it used to be. Not even in the same universe.

Interesting how you chopped off the very relevant lead-in paragraph regarding the Inland Empire. I'm pretty certain that neither StubHub nor the new Inglewood stadium are located in the Inland Empire.

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Southern California is experiencing its worst smog in years this summer as heat and stagnant weather increase the number of bad air days and drive up ozone pollution to levels not seen since 2009.

Where pollution is worst, in the Inland Empire, hospitals and asthma clinics are reporting increases in patients seeking treatment for respiratory illness, their breathing difficulties exacerbated by the persistent heat and pollution.

Ozone, the lung-searing gas in smog that triggers asthma and other health problems, has exceeded federal standards on 91 days so far this year compared to 67 days over the same period last year, according to South Coast Air Quality Management District data through Monday.

In June, only four days had healthy air across the South Coast basin, which spans Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. In July, ozone levels violated federal health standards every day except July 31.

http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/l...nap-story.html
... meaning that when Orange County and LA County had healthy air during the hottest recorded summer in LA history but San Bernadino and Riverside County's air was unhealthy, the South Coast basin had "unhealthy air".

Now let's get back to the Chargers 2017 season!
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Smog is so 70's.

The injuries we had and the change at HC, admittedly giving him a huge benefit of the doubt, are the basis for optimism. Another draft like last season's would certainly help
The injury bug may be worse this year... playing on soccer grass.
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Old 04-23-2017, 01:33 PM
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The injury bug may be worse this year... playing on soccer grass.
I think somebody said this before (maybe u) but I didn't get why soccer grass would make a difference?
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Old 04-23-2017, 01:59 PM
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Bad air, high taxes, and playing in a soccer stadium.....players are going to love this stuff.
High taxes? Lol

You realize LA and San Diego are both in California right?

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Absolutely nothing compared to how it used to be. Not even in the same universe.


... meaning that when Orange County and LA County had healthy air during the hottest recorded summer in LA history but San Bernadino and Riverside County's air was unhealthy, the South Coast basin had "unhealthy air".
It's not as bad as it use to be but it is still an issue. Air quality really has nothing to do with the Chargers so there's no need to spin it or twist it.
It doesn't mean LA's air quality is healthy just because IE's is worse, and the article did not say that. The air quality in that region is terrible. That's not a slight on the region or LA, heck that's where I'm from, it's just the facts.

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