This "Sam" kid is a fucking moron, and Gargulinski, you didnt help matters either. Putting someone in a headlock is both morally and legally nothing, in comparison to taking someones arm you just hacked off while drunk driving and tossing it in a dumpster to avoid trouble for yourself, in a pathetic cover up attempt.
You are right about one thing being about money.. They didnt find you civilly at fault, cause more likely than not, you were driving (drunk no less) without insurance.
As far as the criminal side of things, I think you got off far too easy. 30 fucking days in county and some probation? "Ahhh boo-hoo my life is ruined" your punk ass shoulda had to do some real time on a four yard.
That non-sense at the end of having money and a lawyer in the family is absolutely fucking ridiculous and completely irresponsible.
Guess what, I have a lawyer in my family and some money, and when I fucked up at 19, I had to suck it up, own up to my shit and do some time, WITHOUT crying like a little bitch.
I suppose you think your buddy who put you in a head lock deserves to be arrested? PUH-LEASE dude. You probably think he deserves more than 30 days too, huh?
Try mustering up an ounce of manhood "Sammy" and take responsibility for own actions, you despicable coward. And, Gargulinski, you should have seen through this weak idiot and not show any compassion for the scumbag.
JCC how civil of you. Have you even seen the supervisor meetings? Mrs. MIller has been asking questions at every meeting, asking about where funds are going if there is a way some here or there, to put thse savings into the roads. I have sent emails and her staff has helped in many more ways than Ann Day ever did. Anyways what was the big deal even just one study session (all other counties in AZ have them for budgets) was it really such a bother to the other Board Members?
This is gona piss mammey the fuck off.
This might be the ONLY reason to drive up to PHX in the summer.. I am making my reservations now.
@JCC - your best bet is probably Poco and Mom's. As far as I know, they're the only place that serves them period. And yes, they serve them with honey.
The BIA and its gambling cartel have never been lawful entities. Andrew Jackson issued a proclamation denying the power of the judicial department to hand down the law of the land. Jackson and Congress then enjoined an insurrection and passed the patently unlawful Indian Removal Act over the Majority Opinion of the Supreme Court. This is why we are petitioning the Government to repeal this despicable act, which should have been repealed with slavery. The Indian Citizenship Act should have included fee simple title to their ancestral lands. The BIA reservation system is simply another form of enslavement. Government Indian policy from the beginning has been one of human genocide. For proof one only need look at the stats:
Aside, from the 5 billion dollars in damages incurred by the BIA for ripping off the tribal trust and other crimes, the BIA administration has managed to oversee virtual death camps. Here are some staggering figures to mull over: BIA reservations have 8 times the U.S. rate for diabetes, 8 times the rate for tuberculosis. Unemployment as high as 90 percent, quite naturally, is followed closely by similarly high rates for alcoholism, and several other diseases. Those stats, coupled with infant mortality and juvenile suicide rates three times the national average --- it is fair to suggest that the BIA policy of genocide remains in full force and effect.
This human tragedy is being ignored by the media who launder billions of dollars for the BIA gambling cabal, helping to sustain this amoral government agency. The press does not find it newsworthy that the gambling compact, which ordered the States to negotiate with the BIA gambling cartel was subsequently ruled unconstitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court. The case involved the State of Florida and the Seminole Tribe. Join us in demanding that the Indian Removal Act be repealed and the tribe given fee simple title to their ancestral lands --- it is long overdue for the American people to close these internment camps and allow the tribes to handle their own affairs. The Poke Player Army is circulating a 1st Amendment petition and demand that Congress formally repeal the Indian Removal Act. Visit the www.pokerplayerarmy.org and learn more.
Awesome-o! (sic) was the robot that Cartman pretended to be to fool Butters in South Park's season 8 episode titled "AWESOM-O." It was one of their greatest episodes ever!
"In fact, wait staff is paid $8-$14 per hour, two and half to nearly five times the standard hourly wage for servers."
By my math they think the minimum wage is somewhere between $4 and $4.60 an hour give or take...
Can't wait to see the debacle and aftermath of their continued FAIL.
They can put up a happy face for the night but what happens when someone critiques her food? She will flip out again and acuse you of being a hater. The crazy can't simply go away. She already showed her true colors. Even Gordon himself said that whatever changes they implement will only be temporary and will go back to their way"crazy ways" sooner than later
Primus is one of the most original and talented hard rock bands that exist. Within their sound one can find a great mixture of funk, absurdity and a quirky sense of humour that musically & lyrically remind me a lot of the late & great musical genius Frank Zappa. It's a shame that Mr. Seigel doesn't much care for them; but I guess when a person can settle for the dreck an "artist" like Daniel Johnston performs, the music from Primus must come across as very complicated.
I'm wondering where, in Tucson, one actually finds really good sopapillas.... I'm originally from New Mexico, and well remember the delightful sopapillas served at some of the Old Town Albuquerque restaurants (especially, when I was in college at UNM, at the La Hacienda restaurant). Light and airy, freshly fried and hot, they were wonderful with honey on the table (NO whipped cream or powdered sugar... ugh)!
Does any restaurant in Tucson know how to make them really well...?
Jarrett Maupin is a "civil rights activist"? Please, the only thing that guy activates is his own ego.
For the most part, swearing is boring. Use words I don't know so I have to look them up!
Hardly surprising that Ray Carroll and Ally Miller have some conflicts. I'm a Democrat, but I also believe that Carroll has been a fair and responsible Supervisor. Ally Miller, on the other hand, is a divisive and unpleasant human being - much like many of her Tea Party supporters.
The 'CSI show with Chris O'Donnell' is actually 'NCIS Los Angeles' and has nothing to do with CSI other than sharing some letters.
This is a some really nice propaganda pieces you have here today.. anyone that does any bit of research on Agenda 21 WILL IN FACT find out how evil it is. TUCSON WEEKLY IS A SICK JOKE
My goodness, trip down memory lane.. raised in Tucson from 12 to 24, 1960 till 72.
Knew all these wonderful places, my favorite being Ye Olde Lantern with the appetizer tray, large red leather booths, fireplace and warm friendly staff.
My parents have long since passed but the first dinner we had when we visited Tucson before moving there on Xmas 59 was the Lantern. Lived near Coat of Arms and had rehearsal dinner at Cliff House, reception Coat of Arms. Great memories of so many others. Redwood Lodge, Vitos, Skyroom..Tucson has a proud heritiage of great eats. Thanks for the memories!!
Beyonce fans get what they deserve: Cookie cutter music and controlled publicity. 'Nuff said.
Really? The FBI getting involved in a hacked facebook account? XD
Yeah sure . . . I believe them, I once got MI6, the CIA and FBI come to my house to treat me for a paper cut . . . bad day . . .
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