Not all towing is the result of police action. I suspect a large majority don't involve the police at all.
Also it is not up to towing company to charge people a penalty for towing their vehicle even if the owner of the vehicle is not blameless.
The real crime is that the motor vehicle department will fine you $500 If you don't sign over the the title to the tow company, even if you didn't know it was towed, like being in the hospital.
A person may not be able to pay the $300 or so to retrieve their vehicle. Doesn't mater how thousands of dollars profit the tow company makes selling it.
This is a bad law and should be repealed, it severely and unfairly penalizes people on a limited income.
Is this the same guy? http://www.newsreview.com/reno/weird-scenes-inside-the-drug/content?oid=19648
This opium article was wonderful prose to read, a sad warning though ):
Hell of a lot of typos in here. Also, this is a science brief, not a story. When was your audience 200-level astronomy students?
The government should feed these students just like the homeless. The parents are paying $25,000 for tuition each year and there just isn't anything left to buy food with. This is such an unfair country.
"Coffee is a vital part of college life." Interesting thesis. I got through college without drinking a single cup, and so can anyone else. If coffee were a necessary beverage, coffee plants would grow naturally in the local area.
The article indicates a lack of integrity on the part of the writer, mixing some serious and good information with some that is stupid and irresponsible. Is the Weekly so hard up for cash that they can't afford to hire a good writer?
1. Palomino is a type of horse / breed and a color. It was classified as a horse type BEFORE the genetic component was understood. Yes, different breeds can have a tan color However, Palomino is still considered a "breed." Look it up on petbreeds.com
2. YES. Questions that are knowledge based are absurd. No MENSA test would quantify a person's intelligence quotient using questions that would appear on Jeopardy, or in Trivial Pursuit. The questions are designed to test your ability to see patterns where most people see randomness; to problem solve, etc.
3. How is the last question a test of intelligence? Really, do highly intelligent people know that "incorrectly" is spelled incorrectly by smart people? My IQ is over 170 and I didn't know that. Why would I? Is there a cutesy clue in the question itself, like a "wink, wink" isn't this cute?
The best way to go out and drink under $15? Go to the grocery store. Stay home.
Best way to save on food? Go to the grocery store. Stay home.
Thank you Bad Advice. This article is loaded with nonsense. They need to stop acting like Ryan Lochte.
I'm a bartender on Fourth Avenue, and I can assure you none of us worth our salt is going to serve someone five drinks within fifteen minutes. It's irresponsible to encourage students to binge drink as quickly and cheaply as possible.
Also, if you're too broke to tip, you're too broke to go out.
Stealing fountain drinks? Typical under educated socialist. Wait until somebody steals from you.
Way to go TW. Advise people how to rip off local businesses so that they have more drinking money.
Nicholas pretty much sounds like a loser. Thief, liar, drunk.
I don't think I'd want his blood, either.
From their website Kyle:
– Due to declines in gas prices and finance charges, the annual cost to own and operate a vehicle has fallen to $8,698, a nearly 2 percent drop from last year, according to AAA’s 2015 Your Driving Costs study. This research examines the cost of fuel, maintenance, tires, insurance, license and registration fees, taxes, depreciation and finance charges associated with driving a typical sedan 15,000 miles annually. In the United States, a driver can expect to spend 58 cents for each mile driven, nearly $725 per month, to cover the fixed and variable costs associated with owning and operating a car in 2015.
That assumes that you bought a brand new car, financed it at some interest rate. Then you suffered the immediate depreciation year after year.
I don't think this is you and me. I don't know anybody that bought a new car since Obama got elected.
They must have, Starving Artist, if the American Automobile Association is saying it. And my bad, it's actually been revised down to $8,698 per year (2015) to own and operate a mid-sized sedan. http://newsroom.aaa.com/2015/04/annual-cos…
I moved to Tucson from San Diego almost a year ago. I live off Oracle in the Casas Adobes area, so on our way to Temple, which is on Country Club, we passed the No Tell. Just by reading the sign it sounded like you could catch a disease from staying there. Guess I was right.
The attacks on Paris, Orlando, Istanbul, Nice, etc. are all signs of unprecedented peace? Huh. Go figure.
$8,500 per year? Did they legalize crack?
Where is "ride a bike" on the list? Average cost of owning, operating and maintaining a car is $8,500 per year and a UA parking pass is over $650. You can save a lot of money and get nice muscle tone without joining a gym or attempting to get in to the Rec Center by opting to ride a bike. Just saying.
CC's is closed and an ice cream shop is going up in it's place.
"our frightening global context, fed by increasingly violent wars and human suffering"
What???? We live in a time of unprecedented peace with low crime rates and soaring populations. Where do people get this garbage?
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