In answer to this post by Lee:

You stated, ‘Last year, San Onofre’s extra expenses included remedial ethics training. …’ If the staff lied once, they’ll lie again to cover themselves. They should be written up (so the incident(s) is in their record, and they should be immediately terminated.

Thanks for your comment. Southern California Edison, which runs San Onofre, told reporters in January 2008 that it fired or disciplined seven workers at the nuclear plant after the Nuclear Regulatory Commission uncovered several instances of “willful” misconduct. It’s hard to say how many others might have known about — or should have known about — the misconduct, and that suffered no ill-effects.

Howard Williams asked:

Are you related to Linda, who was at KNXT?

I am not related to Linda Douglass, a broadcast journalist who is considerably better known than I am. It’s odd to have two ‘S’ on the last name, but I have found more than a few out there. If we’re all related somehow, it is far beyond the family tree I’m familiar with.


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