What happened on 27th March 2010?


The Governor
Did something major happen? Pic related


Also, what do you need to go from Newbie to full member? I've seen people with over 200 posts that are still newbies.


take your pic

:) here-

Public triumph, private torment By Christopher Goffard

John Ciambotti dies at 67; bass player for rock band Clover By Randy Lewis

L.A.'s top financial official arrested on suspicion of drunk driving By Phil Willon

PS Also what rainmaker said

Surfers seen as the heroes in Malibu paparazzi case By Robert Faturechi

The winners of Camp Kilpatrick Sandy Banks

Seattle police seek links between Alcala and two slain girls By Ruben Vives

Dorothy Thompson dies at 88; force behind noted hula festival in Hawaii Mcclatchy-Tribune News Service

March planned against rash of deadly violence in Watts By Scott Gold

Public triumph, private torment By Christopher Goffard

Bill would cap payday loan interest for jobless By Robert Faturechi

Marine to face court-martial in killings of 24 Iraqi civilians By Tony Perry

L.A. budget office offers sharply reduced estimate of red-light camera revenue By Rich Connell

Cost to California of tax breaks for green-tech equipment questioned By Shane Goldmacher

Midge Costanza dies at 77; Carter aide By Tony Perry

Slain Marine from Yorba Linda remembered By Mike Anton


Streets of gold: L.A.'s most desirable addresses By Lauren Beale

California unemployment rate holds steady at 12.5% By Marc Lifsher

Tan tax sends bronzed set into slow burn By Nathan Olivarez-Giles

Big employers rethink their healthcare plans By Jeffry Bartash

Tomato tycoon's bail set at $6 million By Marc Lifsher

Business Briefing

Medical costs weighed less on Californians in 2001-06 than on those in most other states By Duke Helfand

Waiting on the gains that matter Tom Petruno, Market Beat

Waiting on the gains that matter: Jobs, not stock prices Tom Petruno, Market Beat

Fourth-quarter GDP, corporate earnings soar Bloomberg News

GM scouring Twitter, Facebook to reach unhappy customers By Tim Higgins

Cities clamor for Google's high-speed broadband experiment By Jessica Guynn


South Florida is 'open territory' for organized crime By Peter Franceschina and Jon Burstein

In Nebraska, a Center for Afghanistan Studies - and for controversy By Kate Linthicum

States fighting healthcare law don't have precedent on their side By David G. Savage

Chicago taxi driver charged with supporting Al Qaeda By Jeff Coen

Republicans fight extension of jobless pay By Richard Simon

Rulings split on campaign fundraising By David G. Savage

Obama nominates Arizona judge to 9th Circuit Appeals Court By Carol J. Williams

Phony products get U.S. energy-efficiency label By Clement Tan


Ailing Dennis Hopper gets a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame By Amy Kaufman

Hitting the Louvre ceiling By Devorah Lauter

Schism at KPFK leaves factions warring over programming, fundraising and leadership James Rainey

Is tween TV skewed toward girls? By Ada Calhoun

'Major Pettigrew's Last Stand'

Weekend Talk Shows: Florida Republican Senate candidates debate Sunday on Fox


Saturday's TV Highlights: 'Victorious' premieres on Nickelodeon

Horoscope: March 27 By Holiday Mathis

Is Nickelodeon going to give rival Disney the brush off at Kids' Choice Awards? By Dawn C. Chmielewski and Amy Kaufman >>>

'Major Pettigrew's Last Stand: A Novel' by Helen Simonson By Susan Salter Reynolds


A 1960s tract called Malibu West offered affordable slices of paradise By Jeffrey Head

L.A. Conservancy awards preservation projects Mary MacVean, Los Angeles Times

Going green with home preservation Susan Carpenter, Los Angeles Times

Finally back in its prime Debra Prinzing, Special to the Los Angeles Times

Chris Erskine: Man of the House By Chris Erskine, Los Angeles Times

'Betty' is leaving her cocoon LAUREN BEALE


A pope with a problem Tim Rutten

California must stem the flow of illegal immigrants By Steve Poizner

Michelle Obama's 'news-free zone'; pink-slipping librarians; remembering Fess Parker

Meg Whitman: immigration reform, with respect By Meg Whitman

'Underwater' rescues

Fighting back on immigration


Catholic abuse scandal edges closer to pope By Mitchell Landsberg and Henry Chu

2 Israeli soldiers, 2 Palestinian fighters killed in Gaza Strip clash By Edmund Sanders

In Egypt, all eyes on Mubarak's health By Jeffrey Fleishman

46 South Korean sailors missing after naval ship sinks By John M. Glionna

Convicted tycoon's return to Samsung brings sense of deja vu By John M. Glionna


Tenacious at the top Chris Dufresne

Kings fall to the Stars for third consecutive loss By Robyn Norwood

Up next for the Kings: Saturday vs. Dallas

Spring is no time to relax, Scioscia says Mike DiGiovanna

MLS players are happy with new deal By Grahame L. Jones

Jered Weaver in line for Angels' opening-day start By Mike DiGiovanna

Only one factor will sway LeBron James, and that's Finals Mark Heisler

The MLS season-opener by the numbers

Butler hits a home run in NCAA tournament By Chris Foster

This is not the start of something big Bill Plaschke

Raymar Morgan becomes a steadying influence for Michigan State By Shannon Ryan

Cal Poly Pomona wins NCAA Division II basketball title By Brian Lester

Regardless of injury, David Beckham will have role in World Cup By Grahame L. Jones

Dodgers defeat Mariners, 3-1

Baylor's Ekpe Udoh having a devil of a time By Chris Hine

La Verne Lutheran edges Ross Branson for state Division V boys' basketball title By Eric Sondheimer

John Madden is still talking a good game Sam Farmer

Gilbert Arenas' punishment fits the crime

NCAA tournament preview: Sunday's Elite Eight games From staff and wire reports

West Virginia takes an odd route to the Final Four By Chris Dufresne

Westchester defeats Newark Memorial for sixth state basketball title By Eric Sondheimer

State high school basketball championships: Gardena Serra beats Oakland Bishop O’Dowd in overtime for boys’ Division III title By Eric Sondheimer, Los Angeles Times

Cal Poly Pomona wins NCAA Division II basketball title By Brian Lester

New USC football Coach Lane Kiffin hopes lights are less bright in big city By Gary Klein


The Governor
OP: I edited my first post with a link to another thread, since it has been asked before :D
Thanks Rainmaker. All my questions have been answered now :)

PS: I've not been here for a long time but I noticed that you are a really helpful member here and I enjoy reading your posts.


Still a Lady
Thanks Rainmaker. All my questions have been answered now :)

PS: I've not been here for a long time but I noticed that you are a really helpful member here and I enjoy reading your posts.
I agree! He is so nice that boy that no words can describe him:thumbsup:
...and I do my very best to praise him too. He just love it:notworthy


Dormant account
I think that the DDos attack was two weeks earlier, I really think that the BJ incident at Tradition was the reason behind all visits 27th 2010.

Many other places linked to this page and it really was a huge incident.

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