A 37-year-old man living in his mom's trailer - you could've stopped right there.
His first cry for help was walking around wearing only swimming trunks. His second cry for help was stealing a beer, but his SCREAM for help was taking a Budweiser!
Sounds like the victim needs to make his housemate an X-housemate.
Sounds like a shitty neighborhood.
A homeless man learned the lesson "Don't steal where you live"??
Are you saying to steal somewhere else, or is this a joke?
Why aren't names/arrest photos of the arrested included in these articles? I think it should be public record and I would like to know who to be aware of.
That there is funny...and so true.
Grab and run in the City of Tucson is not illegal. And, special rewards if you are here illegally.
Autographed napkins? Did he spell Clinton correctly?
You’re confusing mental illness with poor social skills, racial bigotry, misogyny and inappropriate behavior, you know – an asshole.
Let's see.... You do a beautiful article on Wendy and her mental illness and this article demeans someone who likely has mental illness. Which way do you want to have it? Can't have it both ways, Weekly.
We’re they sure that was dog food? I’ve seen “Fried Green Tomatoes” and the last thing you want to do it piss off a little old lady.
One-stop-shopping: He thought he’d get wasted with a hot date, instead be got incarcerated with a court date.
Sounds like a pretty good 'splain to me!
That Green Valley Grin comes from living good again!
I used that "Do you want to......" line a few times at he old Maverick and the Bum Steer back in the '70's, (when Tucson was really a fun town) It worked a couple of times with really not that many tries. Tucson is still a fun town sometimes.
No means no, really, no means no, seriously, no means no, not know but no, again, no means no you know? No, you don’t know, but no means no, I’m not kidding, no means no…
We are applalled at the appearance and the manner in which this story was presented. Other than for reader entertainment why publish such an explication when one can reduce this story to a discription of someone who is screaming to the world ' please I need help, I am in pain.' It is neither humorous nor muckraking especially in the light of any useful suggestions on the writer's part.
I thought she sounded like she needed emotional and psychological help rather than public humiliation and arrest as well. The thing is, I don't know that the mental health system is a whole lot better than jail. (Remember the suicides at Sierra Tucson?) Well, anyway, I hope she has a peaceful and healthy future and wish her well.
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