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Jesse Daniel and Jodi Lyford by Snake Eyes Cult

Opinion March 21, 2018

Plus Letters to the Editor

Jesse Daniel and girlfriend Jodi Lyford. PHOTO: Snake Eyes Cult.

Editor's Note

Steve Palopoli Profile Photo

“Just happy to be here” is one of those phrases that’s gone from profundity to parody. Most often people say it as a joke—but not, I suspect, Jesse Daniel. In his 25 years, he’s gone from one of the most promising musicians on the local scene—described by a former bandmate as “the most talented drummer I’ve ever played with”—to a “functioning addict” to an out-of-control heroin addict. How he made it back, and ended up as the NEXTie Awards’ Musician of the Year is what Mat Weir explores in this week’s cover story. I’m pretty sure that when Daniel says “just happy to be here,” he means it.

This week’s issue also profiles another NEXTies winner, John Felts, the inventor of an eco-friendly surfboard made out of shrimp … sort of. Actually, I’m not even going to try to explain, just read Wallace Baine’s story about him.

There’s also a full rundown of all of the NEXTie winners, in preparation for the awards ceremony on Friday. Congratulations to all of them.

Next week, look for our biggest, most epic issue of the year: the Best of Santa Cruz County 2018. Until then, I’m just happy to be here.


Letters to the Editor

One is Too Many

On Saturday, March 24, people across the country will assemble, march and demand that our state and federal legislators shift their priorities from special interest groups and create meaningful laws to reduce gun violence and end mass shootings in our schools. It gives me great hope that our youth are taking measures into their own hands and demanding change. I encourage our local communities to get involved and peacefully assemble and make sure your voice and the collective voices of our communities are heard.

One school shooting is one too many, and it appalls me that since 2013 there have been more than 300 school shootings in our country. We must take effective actions to reduce gun violence in our country and elect courageous local, state and federal representatives who are willing to step outside the status quo to protect our children and our communities.

Assemblymember Rob Bonta (D-Oakland) authored Assembly Bill 3, which requires a person be at least 21 years old to purchase any firearm in California. Currently, it is legal for a person under the age of 21 to purchase a rifle or shotgun. AB 3 is making its way through the legislature, and I recently sent Assemblymember Bonta a letter of support for this bill. I encourage you to contact your legislators and let them know you support this bill as well.

Now is the time to take action against gun violence. Get involved, let your voice be heard, and let’s do everything we can to keep our children and our communities safe.

Jim Hart | Sheriff-Coroner, Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office

School Without Fear

On Ash Wednesday and Valentine’s Day, yet another tragedy took place—this time, in Parkland, Florida, marking the 30th mass shooting and the 18th school shooting this year in the U.S. And yet our legislators seem to be utterly unable to take responsibility for gun control. If they will not, it’s time for the rest of us to rise out of our grief, depression and lethargy. It’s time for a teacher and student strike while we all storm our state capitols and demand action on gun control. As the grandmother of a seven-year-old student in the California public schools, I demand change so she can attend school without fear of being gunned down. All of us, together: we can get this done. It won’t happen any other way.

(The Rev.) Eliza Linley | Assisting Priest, St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church, Aptos


Re: Bitcoin

I see a huge problem that wasn’t addressed here: what happens if someone steals your private key, and thus your online identity?

This will definitely happen! The blockchain itself may be cryptographically secure, but people will be careless, their computers will get hacked, or someone might just sneak into your house and find the piece of paper you wrote your key down on. Once this happens everything is lost! Your identity is compromised beyond recovery. Any cash or property you had secured through the system has disappeared, and all of the private interactions you had with other people are now in the hands of an interloper who can securely masquerade as you. Your only option is to start over with a new identity and try to rebuild from scratch. What a nightmare!

What is needed is an identity recovery mechanism, which in the end would probably involve visiting some sort of government or corporate entity that would biometrically verify your physical identity, and then somehow help you reestablish control over your online identity. Without such a mechanism, relying on the blockchain is too much like walking around with your entire net worth in your wallet, waiting to be stolen the moment you let your guard down. I sure don’t want to live that way!

— Panda

1 Comment

1 Comment

  1. Theodora Kerry

    March 23, 2018 at 2:30 pm

    Sheriff Hart, the Parkland school shooting had little to do w/ the failure of existing gun control laws in Florida, and everything to do w/ the failure of the Broward County Sheriff’s Dept. (BCSD) to take seriously the threats of “shooting up the school” made by Nikolas Cruz, a young man known to be mentally unstable both by school authorities and the Sheriff’s Dept, who had over 30 contacts w/ this youth since 2016 and still neglected to write up reports of these threats, didn’t use their authority to block his ability to buy guns, nor ensure that Sheriff deputies would actively try to stop the shooter instead of remaining safely outside under “stand down” orders. This was not accidental. “Broward County law enforcement (Sheriff Israel), in conjunction with Broward County School Officials (Superintendent Runcie and School Board), have a standing policy to ignore any criminal engagement with High School students.” ( ).

    Given this blatant failure by law enforcement, why are you using your bully pulpit to advocate for more gun control, rather than reassure us that your own department’s policies differ significantly from those of BCSD when it comes to dealing w/ troubled youths who’ve openly threatened to shoot others. Are your deputies required to write reports about these youths and share them w/ appropriate school/social welfare officials, as well as state officials overseeing the enforcement of CA’s gun control laws? Are your deputies required to actively engage a school shooter in progress, or permitted to stand down until the shooting stops, as did the 5 Broward County deputies at Parkland? Your opinion about proposed gun laws is just that: an opinion, but as Sheriff, you have the power to set policy that will either protect our children and teachers, or willfully abandon them to those known individuals who could have been stopped in their tracks with the appropriate policies.

    These are the questions we need you to answer now! Perhaps The Good Times could devote an in-depth article to what your department’s policies are regarding this extremely important issue.

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