I need a word that combines depressing and hilarious.
While this may be newsworthy, the way it's reported seems more like gossip. Are there any real journalists left?
It pays to date bigger women.
I used to work at the Taco Bell in San Clemente, CA. When the Border Patrol picked up people, they'd stop in at TB and get them a burrito, a taco and a Pepsi. No kidding.
I often wondered if it was a psychological thing. "See, this is how awful Mexican food is in the US. You don't want to be here."
I was thrown in the pinta in Nogales once back in '74. We were given a burrito that was very sub-par , in fact the whole experience was unpleasant.
I told the carcelero I would not be back.
More likely alcohol than marijuana, no one staggers on it, no one robs on it, and no one beets their families on it. Get rid of the number one drug in this country that causes more death and destruction than any other on the planet, alcohol, period.
Left a dog out in the car?? THROW the damn book at her!!!!!
I never knew the "Foothills Area" was full of many reports like the one above - what a cast of perpetrators.
If anybody wants to join the hippie commune and debate Occupy Tucson here is a link.
This woman is my spirit animal.
I know the feeling. I hate when that happens to me. Being arrested for being too sexy is SO lame.
Where is Right Said Fred when you need them?
It happens at many places of unemployment. Get over your Wal-Mart hatred.
chicks = trouble
The fox is on the town-o. http://youtu.be/pk3O38cXQOI
The two women in question both have houses in Rita Ranch. I know this as a fact. Don't fall for their lies.
Seems like it's become pretty difficult for the authorities to get "hard evidence" these days.
Re: Hospital Food
Reminds me of the times when I worked at St. Josephs Hospital when the patients would sneak out of the Alcohol Rehab Center to go across the parking lot to Hoolihans for a booster shot or two.
Someone once even figured out how to bypass the alarm switches on the doors so they could leave without setting off the alarm!
It wasn't triple t/ it was pilot. And she wasn't a waitress, she was a cashier at the convenience counter.
Tucson will never run out of Mayoral candidates, will we?
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