What a douchebag. Nothing like a fat rent-a-cop bedecked in fake badges to think he's still a man.
How is not buying anything from Amazon going to help? They probably aren't reading Dan Gibson's stuff at Tucson Weekly so they'll never know. If enough people just quietly "boycott" then all they will know is that sales are off and those people in that warehouse will no longer need to worry about the heat, the work overload nor where they are going to cash a paycheck.
Why is it that the response to everything these days is "boycott! boycott! boycott!" Maybe it makes more sense to contact Amazon and let them know your concerns instead of kvetching in a minor city's alternative weekly's blog. But, then again, why let actual real world action that requires picking up a phone or writing a letter get in the way of righteous indignation.
This is Tucson, can we fire this Jon Justice who has his head up the ass of the racists, homophobes, and neo-Nazi lovers in Phoenix? We should be able to deport him like he'd love to deport everyone who isn't his exact skin color!
blah, blah, blah... when a democracy is a sham then there is not basis to claim a right to rule. Mr. Stegman is a sham.
Actually, judging from the commercials the "Gospel Rescue Mission" is running on TV it sounds like they may be behind all this. Perhaps having non-religious people or other groups doing good is cutting into their "profits" and fund raising.
Regardless, it is ridiculous and despite what the morons at the health department say, they're not looking out for anyone but their jobs. After all, why increase your department size nearly 100% during a budget crisis?
If everyone Saturday had had a gun there might have have been 60 fatalities instead of 6 as everyone opened fire at once.
Interesting, there were some actual good points by the staff but when it got down to the readers (symbolized by the initials) I'd have to say to 90% of them: "Get out of town, morons."
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