This is why I call him " Pulitzer Tommy" A few more gems like this and the N.Y. Times is gonna come a calling and snatch him away from us.
Need to titrate the dose, my man. You're so high you wave the flag over Somali "pirates" and think weed's only good for getting stoned with.
I admit that occasionally I do walk around with my head in the sand. It's called being high on pot.
Sure Bob, keep your head firmly buried in the sand. Meanwhile, above ground in objective reality, here's what those able to read can discover, even in the mainstream media:
Please stop calling pot medicine. It is no more medicine than the alcohol one uses to temporarily "forget".
We all just want better pot, cheaper and more readily available so we don't get arrested. Leave it at that.
Todd, all good points. Harsh as is to be expected for the subject.
You forgot the obscenity of Zoo and Water Park animals. Please include them next time.
Good luck separating people from their "Best Hamburger Contests" complete with brackets and stuffed animals as prizes for the winners.
The guest has only outlined what he doesn't want. It would make a lot more sense if he equally outlined how he intends on locating and detaining illegal criminals.
Unless he has no intention to at all which would be the GENUINE thing to say and that could have been covered in a single compound-complex sentence.
The local police work for Federal agencies ALL THE TIME to round up their felons.
Dressed up like Barry Goldwater as a kid expecting others to get your odd choice, an adult planning a costume for 4 months and a sense of humor that you would direct someone to use deodorant on his beard to simulate an armpit?
Dude, you're alternately foolish and alternately strange.
Add increasingly irrelevant to that.
The participants should pay. 100%. There are already memorials for all these "dead people". They're called a grave.
Visit them sometime.
An old lady celebrates her birthday for a week at a time?
An individual known only to the editor posts private and confidential medical issues on FACEBOOK in an attempt to drum up as much sympathy from all his so-called "friends"?
Both to be reported on Page 1 of a so-called serious newspaper?
Immaturity to the max.
While decidedly not a hipster, I am childless, and the reason I care about public ed and the threat to it from people like Barrett is idiot parents in AZ who mindlessly vote Republican for whatever stupid reason they do and then have the nerve to complain about the lack of funding of K-12 schools and how expensive college is. It's sad that I care more about their kids than Republican parents do.
Soros is on the BASIS board too?
Frank, exactly what is Soros' stance on charter schools? It would be nice if you'd read the article before posting.
Thanks for the hororable mention. Good to know you appreciate talant when you see it.
A mother kitty brought her kittens to the porch recently; two adorable tiger-striped and one beautiful black kitten with an ominous strip of duct tape stuck to its side. I went to trim its fur to free it from the duct tape the next morning they had vanished. Their mother comes around so I'm guessing and hoping she simply relocated them again.
When we grew up, our parents would take us around the neighborhood; maybe also to the church for an evening of fun with friends and seeing who was brave enough to bob for an apple or other kids' games. In urban settings now, strangers often cruise for miles and miles, including some mighty big kids, scoring candy from strangers. Either turn off the porch light & house lights or let's just go out somewhere.
Halloween and religious holidays are indeed for children. Boo and bah humbug. Ha!
Take care, everyone.
Warren G. Richards
Kayenta, Mesa, and Tucson AZ
......everything you say about Barrett, you could say about George Soros.
Good thoughts for all!
Back in the days of bottles, sealed with corks, burnt cork was the sane and semi-official way to draw your hobo's five o'clock shadow and beard on your face. It was a helluva lot easier to get off than shoe polish.
Regardless of what our illustrious politicians say and do, no legislation will change one's mindset. If a person is willing to pay thousands of dollars to violate the laws of their homeland and another country, they will not magically become law abiding citizens because of some legislation forgiving them. For the most part, I do not believe more than 50% of those here illegally will register, pay back taxes, pay the fine, learn English and become citizens. The logic is not there nor is past history. Mass deportation will not work either, so we will be left with virtually no change in the status quo.
To: Pima Mujer
No they are not "criminal drug dealers". But their crime levels are way, way more than the % of their residence here in Tucson. Watch the news tonight. See if I am wrong. I think they have a problem, hence we will.
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