Ray Flores, owner of El Charro, is not very popular with me and a number of my friends. We don't appreciate that he is publicly on record for support of the ecological disaster in our backyard known as the Rosemont mine. A recent article in The Star revealed that as many as 300,00 trees will be decimated by this abomination so by extension, Flores is pro cutting down all those trees. For what? For his 30 shekels of silver he thinks he'll rake in from a few measly jobs.
Perhaps Flores can move to Vegas and support some scheme to fill in Lake Meade for new housing.
Weather was perfect for a great day of the blues. The venue change was fine...even if I have to drive a little farther now. Everyone had a good time and glad I was able to snag a Chicha Dust CD.
Your video link is no longer available. Here is another that is good (as of this posting).
Last year I sat on a jury that convicted an individual for being a straw buyer from not one...but three licensed dealers at shows here in Pima County. The only reason he was convicted is because he admitted it to ATF officers. It is way too easy for anyone to purchase weapons for any reason...legitimate or criminal. I'd like to offer some Q-tips to Namvet to clean the sand out of his ears as his head is obviously buried in it. The truth is sometimes inconvenient.
A bit of pinball trivia...
My high school wrestling coach/ art teacher (1970's Chicago suburb) designed the artwork for a number of machines for Bally's. Look for his name- Paul Faris.
Eating hamburger that is not fully cooked puts the diner at risk of E. coli food poisoning.
Reported this morning the airline accepted the station's apology and backed off on the lawsuit.
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