Thanks so much for writing about this issue. One can only hope that we are evolving to a new and better place regarding the internet communications systems. But then perhaps letting it all hang out is the order of the current day, and we are finding out what the population does actually think, aren't we? Perhaps this is a necessary corridor toward more honest civility. People need to learn to manage the thoughts in their heads as well as the ones they share with others, anonymous or not. But that is perhaps another article entirely.
I was very involved in bodybuilding in the late '70's-1980's when women's bodybuilding was in its infancy. Sorry to see the old myths of women & weights are still so entrenched.
This is an inspiring article as usual. You find the most interesting and out of the box people to offer us all a fresh new perspective on what is possible. Thanks again for bringing attention to this sport and another way to a fit and healthy body.
This gym is as advertised. I was very, VERY, intimidated to walk in but have never felt unwelcome for a moment. I am not the average weight lifter build but everyone in the gym is as happy for my accomplishments as I am. I cannot imagine a better fitness program. I would encourage anyone of any physical level to find the closest Crossfit or better yet, Crossfit Works. Thanks, Jenn, for a great holistic experience!
How can I get a hold of this society I'm really interested in joining get back to me
Thank You Tucson Weekly/Irene. We personally have benefited greatly once upon a time through Community Radio. A solid friend & gentlemen Tim was a DJ at Tucson Community Radio who knew Latin music like nobody's buisness (The good Irish man was wheel chair bound) and merely mentioned where he would be every Saturday. In a time where weight, cosmetics and exterior play into the 'Lizzard Eye' attraction syndrome talented people w/good taste will bring radio alive in many ways including Theatre.
Thanks for another enlightening article about how community can return to our life. This is hopeful. Exciting to read.
You missed one! There are at least three Uncle Bob's in Tucson. The third (and arguably more pertinent than the TV Uncle Bob) is Uncle Bob's VW on Glenn and Stone. His shop is certainly an institution in this city. He's been there for as long as I've been a VW owner (15 years at last count).
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how long ya gonna run this piece. Been up for 6 weeks now
How sweet it is! Glad it is working out for both of you. Adoption is a tricky issue at first and it sounds like you have become friends. Bravo
Standard fare for froo science - if we pray and it rains, see it worked. If we pray and it doesn't rain, then the problem is we need MORE prayer - not that it just doesn't work.
They used to think that setting off dynamite would make it rain. (they were also setting off dynamite quite often, in the mines) Correlation does not imply causation - I notice that whenever the pavement is wet, it rains. So, I guess wet pavement CAUSES rain?
Be sure veryone hums in the same key!!
Bingo Ms. Messina. Avatar touches on this as many other authors. Thank you & Tucson Weekly for spreading the light...
If you hate AZ vote with your feet and leave..........just leave. It's not hard and we can drop unemployment and government dole by having all the idiots run for greener grass. Ok so maybe it's not hard to find greener grass mine is looking pretty dingy as I don't water it enought :)
TXJesse already said it. We carry ourselves wherever we go.
This "suckie" attitude says more about the mind"less" state of the author than it does about the states mentioned. Happiness is an inside job.
P.S. It is surprising how many people don't know the motto mentioned in the article, "Don't mess with Texas," is a very effective anti-litter campaign slogan. It means don't throw any mess on the ground. And we don't! Texas is clean.
Because of the widespread misunderstanding in other states of our motto, some Texans have added to the slogan, "Don't mess with Texas, but we reserve the right to mess with you."
As for coming here and messin' with us, if you don't litter you can come on over and give a try at messing with us. We like a good time and love to be entertained. This may be the good-timing party state of the nation.
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