Fútbol Club! AKA: SOCCER! The sport which the entire world greatly enjoys! Well... maybe not currently in Brazil...
Wheeeee!!! Wheeeeee!!!! Wheeeeeeee!!!!!
Wow! What a ride! I wanna do it again! Can I? Can I? Can I?
Gee Whiz!! That was great!!!
It's too bad the Mercado couldn't keep Taqueria El Pueblito, it was the only reason I stopped by, good, inexpensive food. Why they kicked them out will forever be a mystery to me. I enjoyed stopping by for an early breakfast burrito and saw other workers doing the same. Now i'll never know, i am at work when the new place is just thinking about opening for breakfast. Oh well. Los Olivas is good!
Having my own rental property company in tucson; I can tell you this; for both places there insurance premiums are going to at least double. Look for there food prices to go up too. I agree with the last post; the cartels did not get there payment.
Tucson Weekly, your headline writer sucks. The headline should read, "More than 17,000 Tucsonans..." Bad grammar is bad grammar, regardless of what AP style now says.
his gay sheriff was my lover as one of many young guys he likes. I think he is the dirties person i ever met, not only into politics, but personally, not even mention sexually. he is sick in many aspects, he needs help. he is narcissist. he posted nude pictures on internet when he was in a public office and on business trips.
Honestly, Martha is Jesse Kelly 2.0.
Enough with the carpetbaggers, Republicans.
It's here, it's now and I'm going to use it!
It does need to connect with PCC East Campus if it is to fulfill its mission of college connections.
Actually, this sounds like the cartels didn't get their monthly protection payment.
In Seattle, "Ride the SLUT" wasn't a parody originally. The original name was the South Lake Union Trolley. Only after the "Ride the SLUT" T-shirts appeared did the City of Seattle modify its name slightly to South Lake Union Streetcar.
Jen-Troy-Owens - I get that, it seems like an awful lot of time/money for a few miles of track. I'm trying to be optimistic, and look at it as a proof-of-concept thing. Plus, much of the infrastructure as far as maintenance and logistics was built as part of this, so adding track might not be as painful from here on out.
Someguy, if the makers of this project had put any thought into how a trolley could REALLY help Tucson (not just be a novelty) by making it a cross-town route, then I would be "on board" with it. But, they way it is now is just a waste.
Thanks for watching, Fraser. I'll take the style tips under advisement. I do often make decisions based on tips from pseudonymous strangers, so I'll probably get the razor out later.
Ok so I'm a product of public schools. I have no real opinion on private/charter/public to be honest, but now I have a 3 year old and will have to start making decisions. I go to school rating websites and look at my area Speedway/Camino Seco and I've got a bunch of schools rated 5 of 10. I think well geez that doesn't sound good maybe there is quite challenging criteria lets look at a few more but as I scroll out I see that Vail and Tanque Verde districts have 8s and 10s where as TUSD has 4s through 7s? Why would I send my child to a 4 when a 9 or 10 is available? Full disclosure I own a few rentals so the wife and I have chosen to move to Continental Ranch where we have a rental that is almost paid off anyway. I'm a city guy. I hate the clean suburbia that is Rancho Sahuarita, Rancho Del Lago, Continental Ranch etc. but I'm not sending my child to poorly rated school when I have options. We thought about basis but we like the idea of sports programs and extracurricular activities that may not be available even on a pay to play basis with charters.
I hope this is the start of something good. This may make me a damn red commie, but we need to build this thing out, east on broadway or speedway, north up campbell to river or similar. Naysayers and costs be damned (not really, but they shouldn't prevent it from happening). Development would fill in, the opportunity for a boom along the line in places would present itself. It's an uphill battle but would make such a difference for Tucson.
Love these columns!
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