The continuing adventures of Beau Yarbrough


Tuesday, March 4, 2008, 17:44
Section: Life

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  1. What happened to my local paper when it allowed public commenting. Thought you might get a kick out of it. Looks like your paper is further along in terms of sophistication. For the day that comments were up, it was pretty funny to read.

    Comment by Dmitry — March 6, 2008 @ 5:56

  2. Hey man I love the work you did on Spyrohints. Really helped me out! :)

    Comment by Ben Saunders — July 22, 2008 @ 8:21

  3. Thanks for SpyroHints, I did not really need the help, but with the final level on Haunted Towers, it was good. It is great to see that people love the original Spyro games. They are so much better than the new ones, particularly The Legend of Spyro series.

    Comment by Andrew Conley — January 9, 2009 @ 17:55

  4. Hi, just wanted to bring to your attention that Garrett Electric, not Christianbelle, is the lead electrician for the Extreme Makeover Project in Phelan headed by Steeno Designs and Murphy Home Construction. Thank you!

    Comment by JENNIFER GARRETT — February 2, 2009 @ 9:46

  5. Hi Beau,

    Is there anyway you could please update your site?

    It’s Last update was on Monday, July 28, 2003! The Spyro: A Hero’s Tail game need to be added.

    Or, do you know the best site where I could get help on this game?

    Thanks so much!

    Ken Fougère

    Comment by Ken Fougere — August 21, 2009 @ 14:33

  6. I’m afraid I’ve got no plans to support additional Spyro games. I don’t own any of the current generation of consoles or portables and until my toddler is old enough to be trusted around them, I don’t intend to pick one up.

    I do plan on cleaning up the Spyro site slightly in the next few months, but it will be coding tweaks, not content changes.


    Comment by Beau — August 31, 2009 @ 17:25

  7. Good morning,
    My name is Tammi Fort and I am one of the directors/cofounders of SOAR Charter Academy. We are a local public K-8th charter school in our 6th year of operation here in San Bernardino.

    We are looking to make contact and develop a relationship with our local press. We have had some coverage over our past 5 years, but we are doing great things for the community and are hoping to get that news out there, especially with all the negative in the news, we strive to give hope to our students and the city of San Bernardino. SOAR has a strong focus on character education instilling pillars of character into everyone on the campus (honesty, trustworthiness, citizenship, caring, respect, responsibility, and fairness).

    All of our students participate in school wide, grade level, and individual community service projects year round. With over 400 students all doing something positive within the community, we feel these students and their efforts should be recognized and applauded.

    Each month a student from every class is recognized at an assembly with a “character award, for displaying the character traits. It would be wonderful if these students could be recognized through the press as well. So many of our students face adversity on a daily basis and struggle to keep themselves in a positive place. Our community here in San Bernardino should know that our students are trying to make a change, one day, and one community service project at a time. We strive to instill these traits in our students to create citizens of the future, citizens to make a change in their communities.

    One of our first projects scheduled in March is a color run.. The students chose a charity as a grade level, solicit sponsors, and participate in their own color run here on the campus to donate the money to a charity. It is a fun, exciting, and colorful day. A day San Bernardino residents should know is taking place.

    We hope we have generated some interest and you would consider visiting us often and making a partnership for change. I look forward to hearing from you soon.

    Comment by Tammi Fort — August 26, 2013 @ 8:55

  8. Hi Beau,
    I have an odd question to ask…..did you post a comment on my blog on Sunday, Oct 5? The reason I ask, is a comment was made, and a link included to your post on demographic information, but the name didn’t “jive” with yours. I’ve been hit with a lot of spammers, and I have no idea why they would link back to you, if this is the case. Just trying to figure out what’s going on. Following is the message they left, “Excellent weblog right here! Also your web site a lot up very fast!
    What web host are you using? Can I get your affiliate
    hyperlink on your host? I wish my site loaded up as quickly
    as yours lol” and the link -

    the email address this person left was this -

    They put the name category as “Why Move to Hawaii”. I noticed on the blog post you wrote, the same thing, so am wondering if you have any insight.

    My Blog is: Adorable Baby Clothing Blog

    Thanks in advance for any insight you can offer, and I hope I haven’t wasted your time here.

    All the best–
    Cynthia Mock

    Comment by Cynthia — October 5, 2014 @ 14:42

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  11. Lorcan Kilroy MFA LAUSD Teacher
    Re: LAUSD conduct, how many parents would think an LAUSD teacher shoving a student violently in the chest, choking a student , calling a student fucker, son of a bitch, threatening to hit him, yelling “if you come back in my classroom your life is in danger”, chasing him to another room and dragging him out of a chair by the arm is child abuse? What about a teacher being drunk while teaching your kids? What about the teacher physically attacking your son or daughter in a “fight”? What about a Superintendent and Board of Education members standing by indifferently while such teachers are just quietly transferred to other campuses while this conduct continues , or even covering it up? Read on:

    Comment by lorcan kilroy — November 25, 2014 @ 11:32

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