Gas Smell in Goleta and Santa Barbara

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Source: Santa Barbara County Fire Department

Goleta and Santa Barbara residents might smell odors of natural gas beginning tomorrow and lasting about a week.

So. Cal Gas will be doing tank transfer at their facility in Goleta off of South Patterson Rd.

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Shasta Guy May 18, 2022 07:39 AM
Gas Smell in Goleta and Santa Barbara

Luvaduck: I don’t know where Roger landed. I just hope he’s okay wherever he is. No more stalled traffic at the Carrillo Underpants…

Luvaduck May 18, 2022 07:15 AM
Gas Smell in Goleta and Santa Barbara

Shasta, what happened to him? I miss him, too. I was unable to read Edhat for a while, evidentally when something happened. I hope it was a good something, but know he had a lot of physical difficulties, and lived life on his terms.

sacjon May 19, 2022 10:42 AM
Gas Smell in Goleta and Santa Barbara

DOULIE - I too, hope not to devalue any information, but I think it depends. Forced flatulence should be considered "un-natural gas" as it's the result of artificial (forced) expression. However, naturally induced flatulence (eg, as a result of beans, beans the magical fruit, or baked cabbage) should be considered a "natural gas." I've done some extensive research on the subject using many high brow websites and have come to the above conclusion.

doulie May 19, 2022 10:33 AM
Gas Smell in Goleta and Santa Barbara

5-18@11:38 - Definitely don't want to "devalue the information." But, is flatulence considered a natural gas? Asking for a friend.

a-1652899088 May 18, 2022 11:38 AM
Gas Smell in Goleta and Santa Barbara

I feel the opposite. The low brow humor was never my bag and it devalues the information provided. There's plenty of space on Facebook for that.

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