I stopped my subscription to the Arizona Daily Star after I was "banned" from their snakepit online comments for using a term their esteemed online editor considered offensive (hint: it was a term used extensively, including in the Tucson Weekly).
I haven't missed the paper one iota, except for the political cartoons of David Fitzsimmons, who is one of their few assets.
Republicans for Barber, I like that.
Even they know Kelly is the wrong person for the Job.
And rained out Rainbow Bridge?
We ar so lucky here to have two artists in Toon with our town. Rand & Fitz
Yeah, I think these pie charts just about sum up the "news" from our major media outlets! Local television newscasts are particularly obnoxious with constant repetitive ads and relentless self-promotion.
Hopefully the FBI can pull the scab off the sore called "Tucson/Pima Co. Government".
Indictments, jail, fines, all sound good for the cretins who inhabit downtown Tucson.
Should'a been on a pick-em-up truck!
That's ABSOLUTELY right. It is easier to control pollution from a large stationary source rather than many small moving ones, but still....
not funny at all!
HOOO////// says thats good ok print it.
thats the guy that should be made to read this CRAP,
comeon man do you really think thats funny...You must be a hoot around the office.
The cartoon really is true. I despise mines, active or not. We avoid all towns and areas with mines and drive right through on our way to see other areas. No stopping to spend money on gas, food, or motels. We're avid birders and travel to see the flora and fauna of AZ. None of that is around a mine.
Did you read about the lady who borrowed almost $100K to get a degree from NYU in "Women's Studies"? She now has NO CHANCE to get a job with that degree which will allow her to ever pay back that loan (she can't even afford the interest), let alone ever buy a house, or anything of any value.
And around and around and around it goes, where it stops, nobody knows.
Pair of pricks, you mean.
Great as far as it goes. Better title, though, would be "Arizona voters - perhaps American voters - shopping for government services"
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