Opening up the hours for Pirates Cove so it will be accessible 24 hours a day is a great idea, especially if you are a dope dealer, or a gangster, or a homeless person, or in need of a place to fall off a cliff in a drunken stupor. What is the California Coastal Commission thinking?
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