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Re: “Katy Perry: Back At It Again With The Tucson Reference

Sorry Peaboy but you must admit it's fun watching your candidate dodge a criminal indictment. She is so lucky that FBI Director Comey has been bought and paid for. Do you ever get tired of the fraud and scandal from the current administration?

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Posted by Debra L on 09/28/2016 at 9:21 AM

Re: “Katy Perry: Back At It Again With The Tucson Reference

"Let's commission a statute"

Yeah, let's do that.

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Posted by Gonzo Sorcrachi on 09/28/2016 at 6:53 AM

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

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Posted by Richard Peter 2 on 09/28/2016 at 6:14 AM

Re: “Katy Perry: Back At It Again With The Tucson Reference

Katy is a proud communist - a great icon for promoting Tucson. Let's commission a statute to be next to Pancho Villa in Veinte de Augosto Park!

Oh, wait, that's closed.

Occupy Tucson!!!!

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Posted by What, Again on 09/27/2016 at 8:29 PM

Re: “Katy Perry: Back At It Again With The Tucson Reference

You sound desperate, Deb. Is it because your candidate just got beat like an orange rug?

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Posted by Peabo on 09/27/2016 at 5:45 PM

Re: “Katy Perry: Back At It Again With The Tucson Reference

Katie, mark your calendar. They had to move the election to November 9th because of global warming and oxygen reduction. Wear whatever you want, just be there by 11.

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Posted by Debra L on 09/27/2016 at 4:37 PM

Re: “Media Watch

Talk to the 13 announcers who have left Downtown Radio in less than a year. I'm sure you'll hear plenty of negative feedback.

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Posted by TF on 09/27/2016 at 4:24 PM

Re: “Media Watch

No negative comments about the station??? But a multitude of people mistreated and dismissed by a control freak of a station manager at Downtown Radio. Plenty of internal complaints about the manager but no board to address as he controls everything. There's quite a lot of complaints about unprofessional-ism even harassment of female announcers. Slander, defamation seems to be the go to of the station manager after he mistreats and wrongfully dismisses people. LOTS of complaints. It's a 501c3 being run for the profit of the GM. Dig a little deeper, Schu
Sad this is your last column and that this is the subject matter.

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Posted by TF on 09/27/2016 at 4:17 PM

Re: “McCain and Kirkpatrick Split on AZ Min Wage Prop

Exposure!!

What is the town clown thinking is definitely a fat cat! Padding political pockets while simultaneously acting as if it is the gubment's fault BOTH WAYS. It's one way or the other. The gubment is simply the middle man. Anyone with COMMON SENSE knows that. But, in case you're like the town clown, please allow me to explain:

The gubment takes money from the fat cats and bends to their will. If the real people, the sensible percentage of the 99%, disagree with the fat cat bullshit enough, the gubment will work (slowly) to make things correct.

Making things closer to fair, although not totally fair, would be making that $12 per hour wage happen. I understand that you already have an automobile and home collection. I'm truly sorry that the 1000 foot yacht will have to wait for another week because of equality.

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Posted by Please go to another town and be a clown on 09/27/2016 at 2:55 PM

Re: “Pride 2016

Nice a media that censors. Great job deleting what ever you want and then cry about freedom of speech. What a bunch of hypocrites Tucson weekly is.

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Posted by Tucson Weekly Hypocrites on 09/27/2016 at 1:59 PM

Re: “McCain and Kirkpatrick Split on AZ Min Wage Prop

I always find interesting reading in tabloids. They are the freedom fighters of the controlled left wing media.

How else would we learn the truth about why FBI Director James Comey did not prosecute Hillary?

http://www.blacklistednews.com/FBI_Director_James_Comey%3A_Received_millions_from_Clinton_Foundation,_on_their_Corporate_Partner_Board,_brother_works_for_law_firm_that_does_Clinton_Foundation_taxes/54322/0/38/38/Y/M.html

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Posted by Republicans Against McCain RAM on 09/27/2016 at 10:24 AM

Re: “Letter to the Editor

Jefferson Carter (I think) was commenting on the futility of political poetry as a device for social change. Poets may have strong feelings, but generally, writing poems as part of one's faculty responsibilities or to secure a grant or attract devotees of the same or other gender -- what many if not most contemporary poets do -- are unlikely to effect revolutions. Though they may be coincident, it's likely more was going on societally than going on on the poet's page.

Posted by Jake on 09/27/2016 at 10:14 AM

Re: “Weekly Wins Five Writing Awards at AZ Newspaper Association

Let's not forget that you're a frightened, ignorant troll, What, Again. And a racist.

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Posted by Peabo on 09/27/2016 at 10:04 AM

Re: “Letter to the Editor

More public opinion requires a public with opinions -- and in Tucson, hopefully, not the old saws that have been bandied about for the last 10 or 20 or 40 years. What about our future? What about collective challenges and personal triumphs? What about cosmic revelations? Michael's right to want more, but the Weekly editor can only work with what's available. Perhaps a Weekly-run storefront news cafe might generate more grist for the mill. But even that would require a public, at least of news and coffee consumers. Are enough of us out there? One hopes!

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Posted by Jake on 09/27/2016 at 10:04 AM

Re: “Letter to the Editor

A contrarian climate-change prognostication that's gaining credibility -- check out the dry-as-a-prune West Coast sometime! -- is that Southern AZ may soon be gaining desert-oasis status, a permanent solution to the challenge of scarce water.

As El Niño becomes a permanent fixture off San Diego, superheated Pacific Ocean water vapors are rising higher in the atmosphere each year, creating the near certainty of regular rainfalls here as rain clouds more frequently clear the San Diego mountains, eventually doing so all the time. Combined with the increasing frequency of tropical storms and even hurricanes in the Gulf of Baja California, this phenomenon may result in monsoons that really are monsoon and on the ground, rivers that really are rivers. (Phoenix will not be so lucky: it will only get hotter and hotter.)

Whether or not the entire scenario comes true, it is a known fact that radical changes in the weather induced by climate-change happen rapidly, in fairly recent history as quickly as in two to three years. Keep your life vests handy!

Posted by Jake on 09/27/2016 at 9:55 AM

Re: “McCain and Kirkpatrick Split on AZ Min Wage Prop

I notice you posted no link to back up your opinion. It sounds like you want to punish success, by calling it "fair shake" and "fair living wage." Have you ignored the addage that life is not fair, and sometimes you have to make your own opportunities? Why did the middle class disappear? Oh yeah, politicians shipped their jobs out of the country, and then took donations to their charitable foundations didn't they?

It still looks like the harm is done by government, no matter where you stand.

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Posted by What is this town thinking? on 09/27/2016 at 9:27 AM

Re: “McCain and Kirkpatrick Split on AZ Min Wage Prop

Anything BUT a tabloid.

None of those types of articles truly matter though. There is NO proof that raising the minimum wage to a fair living wage is not going to shut down most businesses. There is proof of the disappearance of the middle-class though, and if you know anything, they are the people who help contribute more than anyone else to help those in need.

Those who already have it REALLY want to hold on to it. They help nothing but themselves, yet they run the majority of the businesses. This is the main reason why the minimum wage needs to be raised to at least the proposed $12/hour by 2020. It's time to give the lower wage earners more of a fair shake.

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Posted by Read 'em and think, townee on 09/27/2016 at 9:11 AM

Re: “Voucher-friendly 'American Federation for Children' PAC Spent $218,000 on Arizona's Primaries

Such a waste. They could have done some real good with that $200K.

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Posted by MaryE2 on 09/27/2016 at 8:19 AM

Re: “Get Your Pride On

Poppers: This is primarily a "Gay Drug" used to enhance Sexual Organism. It's use is dangerous and should be discouraged by the LGBT!!!

http://lgbt.foundation/news-articles/get-informed-poppers/

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Posted by Francis Saitta on 09/27/2016 at 7:08 AM

Re: “Voucher-friendly 'American Federation for Children' PAC Spent $218,000 on Arizona's Primaries

The Clinton Foundation is all dark money. Right David?

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Posted by Alexander S on 09/27/2016 at 6:15 AM

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