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1. Take off.
2. Nuke the site from orbit.
3. Be sure.
This ... must be a joke.
Until the goddamn fed starts behaving sensibly with my money, they aren't getting a goddamn cent more than they already take.
The objection to a chimi was that it was '[M]exican food'. To say that's not a gesture toward ethnicity is disingenuous.
What, one wonders, is 'Arizonan' style food?
Chimis are all right, I guess - but the cheese crisp was actually invented in Arizona, and doesn't seem to exist in most other places. Wiki even thinks it was El Charo that popularized it:
As to the objection that Mexican food is too 'ethnic' to be a state food - there really aren't any alternatives. Arizona isn't even 100 years old yet, and the foods that were eaten here before the state was formed are all pretty much Mexican or Indian in origin. It's not as though Denny's restaurants sprang up spontaneously here on February 15th, 1912.
So, you know, deal with the reality.
Can't we just put Seal Team 6 on her?
It's good to see that the TSA is obviously making every effort to keep our airports secure.
The cake is a lie!
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