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Great story, but couldn't you find pictures of the dynamic, costumed procession and the miraculous Flam Chen closing ritual to convey the scope of the event and the abundant energy of its awesome, inventive march participants and lookers-on? Maybe in a sequel?
Actually, these days, the line is of citizens leaving. We need more hope, glad music.
They're gonna start callin' Tucson "The Circuit Breaker."
As a city, we are so unprepared for the calamities coming. Really sad, it's not as if we weren't warned.
Everywhere term limits have been applied, the principal beneficiaries have been lobbyists. They're the only ones with staying power and institutional memory. The proposal may make Salmon less popular with his peers, but why should he care so long as he has the lobbyists' affection -- and in this case, their total support!
Two more terms and Salmon will be ready to become a super-lobbyist himself.
The problem is not pollution, the problem is (a) increasing heat and (b) millions of people in Phoenix who will soon deploy for Tucson, thereby bringing all their junk and junky air with them. Enjoy it while it lasts. Or work to form Baja Arizona, so we can set our own population goals.
Here's to your brighter future, Chuck. There'll be relief. So many share this malady. It's time there was an answer. Be well.
@cempiremtn would go to war against his/her neighbors to keep a gun.
Exactly. The madness of gun ownership: destructive power without a point.
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