The movie is available to watch on HULU. I watched it last night... enjoyed it tremendously.
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.
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!
Thank you Carlos for your insight!
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.
Y a mi me contaron que "greaser" venia de la brillantina y pomada que se usaba en el cabello en los 50;s.
You are correct. Caruso's is awful. But so is Tucson. So there you go. A sweltering, crime infested, pothole ridden, bleeding welfare armpit.
Mariscos Chihuahua at number 2. Oh you poor Tucsonians.
Bangkok Cafe? Are you kidding? Greasy crap and poor service. When are we moving from the hell hole city?
These places, unfortunately, not good at all. In fact, there's no such thing as good ANYTHING in Tucson.
Burger, fries and a drink for $20 bucks. That sucks!
Maybe. But like the entirely too many other Mexican restaurants, the food is crap.
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.
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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