Wear your hood and sheets next time, Mr. Smith-you'll be far more honest and easier to recognize.
Interesting and the cuckoo was the most accurate depiction... One has to wonder if they have permission to perform, film and make lead paid tours on private property? Are they sharing their fundrasing with Rosemont Copper?
An afterthought David I hope Rosemont is planning to profit from the development of this mine. This is what employs people, purchases goods and services and supports the fundamental functions of local government.
And too, I suspect that you seek to engage in profitable activities.
She will be remembered&loved as she loved. The good die young&she was one of theBest. I think about her everyday.
Inasmuch as they cannot used science based information to discredit an important, indeed vital project, they use art(??).
Too bad they cannot focus their energy in helping America return to its former greatness by supporting a natural resource project. This is how the West was won and this is how America became a great country.
Juan Mendez and Jamescita Peshlakai are wonderful bright lights in the dark and dismal Arizona House of Representatives.
Bible thumper Steve Smith exhibits his lack of intelligence in such an offensive act. Blindly following a superstition, like S.Smith did, ... and SIXTY joined him!!! ... demonstrates just how addled the minds of a large number of the member of this political body are.
Of course, this is the same group that considered a bill one of those sixty introduced that would have made passages from the christian bible legal defense in court against prosecution of crimes. You know those passages, don't you .... the verses that say it's okay to sell your daughter into slavery, and kill your child for disobedience and so on, ad nausea.
Funny cause they don't even live here.
To counter that, isn't Rosemont trying to gain a profit as well?
No wonder this state is in the doldrums...
Now we have a bunch of dancers trying to profit over the contraversy surrounding the Rosemont Copper project.
Actually, the day all this came down I did a cursory check at their main website and I noticed that some of their pages were indeed hacked by the usual pharmaceutical spammers (do I have to write the name of the products and get banned?).
When I looked at their site today, the offending code was gone.
I am afraid these bozos are going to use that incident and claim "See, GoDaddy says we were hacked". In reality I figured their website was hacked several years ago and they never noticed.
A sincere thank you for resolving that lingering ASDB dysfunction. That leaves only the community college and water district.
GCU aside (there are within our fair burg many entities with bigot policies in place, so this is nothing new per se), why would Regina and the rest of M&C even begin to THINK about selling off a public asset that is widely used and enjoyed by the community (from specifically Barrio Hollywood to Tucsonans citywide more generally) without saying a peep about these plans to the impacted communities? Not even half a year ago -- http://www.tucsonweekly.com/TheRange/archives/2013/01/15/el-rio-golf-courses-future-time-for-community-input?mode=print -- TPTB were talking about making a park out of it (which wasn't universally accepted by the community -- some wanted to keep golf -- but would have at least kept the public space, you know, PUBLIC), and now they're doing a 180 and selling it into private hands when the City should be creating MORE green space not taking it away (COT's own Plan Tucson says we're "under spaced" vis-a-vis the amount of green space per capita). Lying to/ misleading the public about how public assets are managed (or not) and not even bothering to create a figleaf of public process is evil whether it's done for GCU or a company whose record on labor and human rights issues is beyond reproach. Ronstadt Center downtown, El Rio to the west, whose community is next?
I am glad he is finally addressing the issues that really matter. #1stWorldProblems
HAHA wow. That was pretty good.
I can't really buy clothes at A&F, nor would I want to. (I'm a "retro" clothes guy). But I do like A&F mens cologne and related products.
Never miss an opportunity for free publicity.
Apple was slammed by Congress for following the tax code that Congress wrote. Go figure.
If Mc Cain can help kill the bundle scam. God bless him. If I want HBO or Showtime. I have to get all the sports coverage I do not watch. Shame.
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