This definitely should have been for the Thomas Wilson DUI rap.
Anyone know what they're doing with all those bottles of wine?
This might not matter as far as your film review goes, but the outfits as portrayed in the movie pretty much match the descriptions in the book. Clown-like and ridiculous. This review feels like it is from someone who never read the books, and I think the movie was designed for people who had.
The AIA reflects the legislature. Everything for the Phoenix area, nothing for anywhere else. They were more than happy to bolster Maricopa schools even if it required torching everyone else. That should have been a lot more easy for them to do, but the organization is corrupt, corrupt, corrupt, and they can't even cheat for Phoenix correctly.
So she set the primary 7 days earlier than the rules allow, and she thinks that losing half our delegates to get the extra week will make Arizona more influential? Logical...
Absolutely despicable. The Arizona Legislature has nothing better to do than trample Constitutional rights, impose its racism on the entire state, and ruin any opportunity the state has to recover from the economic downturn.
The great irony? When the state is overrun with unwanted babies born into poverty, the ridiculous legislature will do absolutely nothing to support those babies, letting them fall into who knows what horrible fate.
It's pretty much worthless to the great majority of people who venture downtown if they're never going to open for the lunch hour. The restaurants downtown are often packed with lines out the door at the lunch hour, and V took a space that was occupied by a pretty decent lunch place (Chileverde) and left us with a big blank during the daytime hours. Every time I've asked the people of V if they're going to have lunch hours, I get the same answer: "In a couple weeks." I've heard this for months now. As far as I'm concerned, V is useless for now.
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