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Re: “Ducey 'Next Step' Watch: Day 123: "Changing the Trend Line" Edition

OK, let’s make this easy…
All liars are not politicians, but all politicians are liars.
Ducey is a politician, therefore he is a liar.
Questions?

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Posted by sgsmith on 09/20/2016 at 4:13 AM

Re: “Cannabis and cancer

In January 2016, I started having pains in my abdomen I just assumed it was nerves left over. I saw my doctor and finally h suggested I get a c-scan. I did that and they thought it was a cyst on my ovary. I set up an appointment with a surgeon and made a date for me to get it taken care off. My A125 was at 350 at that point. The surgeon told me I had stage 4 ovarian cancer and I less than a year to live if I did nothing. As I lay in my hospital bed thinking about being dead in some months, my mind went blank. It took me three days to accept the facts and three seconds to know I could do nothing about it but God could. My family doctor called me and reveal a secret about using cannabis oil alternative and that i could live again with cannabis oil medication for treatment and that moment my heart lifted for joy. I went ahead to do research on the cannabis oil and I found a lot of hopeful information and how many patients have cured various kinds of cancer with cannabis oil. I wrote to Cancer Centre London through email londoncancercentre@gmail.com and I was provided information on how to get the cannabis oil for treatment. I got the cannabis oil and I started taking it as directed. Now my ovarian cancer has been cured and I am a member for support cannabis campaign.

Posted by Sarah Darwin on 09/20/2016 at 2:03 AM
Posted by CW13 on 09/19/2016 at 3:58 PM

Re: “'Drawing Dicks on the Tucson Weekly' Might Be My New Favorite Facebook Group [NSFW]

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Posted by Rashid Karan on 09/19/2016 at 10:56 AM

Re: “Cinema Clips: Eight Days a Week

A good review of their meteoric rise and touring life. And a touch of their studio-musician careers. But the genius part of the film is showing their very last public performance together on top of the building housing their recording studio. Their performance is unbelievably good and a testament to how skilled and talented they had become. And, back to the film, don't miss the footage of their Met Stadium performance--it follows all of the film credits as a kind of fun but unnecessary add-on.

Posted by dougtucson on 09/19/2016 at 10:55 AM

Re: “Cinema Clips: White Girl

Thoughtful, well written review (sic)....you must have attended the U of A ..... (or still do)....

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Posted by Danehick Sux on 09/19/2016 at 10:20 AM

Re: “Ask a Mexican!

And 'greaser' has not always referred to anyone of a specific ethnic heritage. In S.E. Hintons wonderful 1967 book 'The Outsiders,' the "Greasers' were the group of lower economic class kids who wore grease in their hair, motorcycle jackets, etc. It had less to do with ethnicity/race and more to do with a class of people or subculture. Of course S.E. Hinton is referencing the greaser sub culture that existed across American throughout the 40's, 50's, 60's and also had nothing to do with race, it was a sub culture that revolved around music, cars and a rejection of their parents culture, no different than later youth movements like the hippies, the punks, etc.

Words are powerful things and it always amazes me that two people can use the same word and interpret it in very different ways. Instead of assuming the context, just ask about it and seek understanding. We can live in a better world!

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Posted by HumanBean on 09/19/2016 at 10:08 AM

Re: “Media Watch

wow, glad I caught this column - just want to say thanks for your efforts to cover the turmoil at kxci a few years ago.

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Posted by Kali Turner on 09/19/2016 at 9:57 AM

Re: “Cinema Clips: Eight Days a Week

The movie is available to watch on HULU. I watched it last night... enjoyed it tremendously.

Posted by Steve M on 09/19/2016 at 7:30 AM

Re: “Media Watch

I wonder where you'll end up? Could it be the hokey web site you spent the whole column plugging? As always, fantastic journalistic integrity, bub.

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Posted by Jimmy on 09/18/2016 at 10:31 PM

Re: “Youth Pot

I have a very profitable enterprise growing high quality MJ that I don't want to subject to government oversight.
I've never understood why people would buy mexican dirtweed, when they could have high quality, locally grown herb.
Support American businesses, buy local. homegrown weed!

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Posted by Juan Valdez on 09/18/2016 at 8:26 PM

Re: “Ask a Mexican!

Thank you Carlos for your insight!

Posted by Juan Valdez on 09/18/2016 at 8:06 PM

Re: “Media Watch

John

Hate to see you go, hope it was your decision. Your column was always so chock full of interesting info and gossip. You lasted a long time under the new regime. I wish you well in all your endeavors.

Karyn Z.

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Posted by Karyn Zoldan on 09/18/2016 at 2:46 PM

Re: “Ask a Mexican!

Y a mi me contaron que "greaser" venia de la brillantina y pomada que se usaba en el cabello en los 50;s.

Posted by Carlos Valenzuela on 09/18/2016 at 11:58 AM

Re: “Local Transition

There's really nothing on 4th worth visiting twice. No stellar eateries, that's for sure. Look. Tucson, as a whole, is sort of a dump.

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Posted by ChipAwayTucson on 09/18/2016 at 10:47 AM

Re: “Tucson Is A Vacuum—And I'm Ok With That

Sunrises and sunsets. The Arizona Sonoran Desert Museum and the old Old Tucson, before the fire. Davis Monthan and the Bone Yard. A-10s and F-16s – the sound of freedom. Coyotes howling inside the city limits and javalina nibbling on my front “yard” plants. Families of quail running on the ground and Harris hawks soaring in the sky above. Monsoon rains and the Stupid Motorist Law. The old TCC, when the water features worked, and Cholla High School, when it was new, before they had to put up all the fencing that makes it look like a minimum security prison today. Tucson has always been a city of contrast with various cultures and civilizations fighting with each other and with nature, even as the people do the same. I have heard it said that although the secret to success may be elusive, the secret to failure is trying to make everyone happy. Tucson will never make everyone happy and perhaps that will be the secret to its success.

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Posted by sgsmith on 09/18/2016 at 9:45 AM

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