38. Mom. Homeschooler. Atheist. Green-Left-Libertarian. Veteran. Military Spouse. American. Earthling.
Drinking wine. Playing Rift
Well Fox changed their schedule but didn't let you guys know apparently. That was a pointless 2 hour round trip
A bit of a generalization, regarding both the "march crowd" and the people who responded to the status in question.
Regarding the latter, while I support the labeling of GMO crops and would like Monsanto to fall into a deep hole and never see the light of day again, I did not go to the march and I did not post enthusiastically (nor several times daily) about it like some of my friends...I RSVPd for the event, realized the futility of it, and went to Phoenix ComicCon instead.
However, I did comment on your status, particularly remarking on your unprofessional "xo" bit. One need not be in a "crowd" simply because they disagree with the tone of your post.
Didn't take long for the trolls to come out, did it?
Ok, Robert Folchi. I'll discuss. Ready?
Don't speeders realize there are speed limits? Don't they know how to read english? The sign says 40 and they mean it. Did they have enough signs? If these speeders are going to ignore those signs, I really don't know what we are going to do. Bigger signs?
Oh wait. Let me guess: you don't believe in posted speed limits or any other laws governing behavior in regard to the safety of the community, is that it? Or do you and your kind only reserve such "logic" for the guns? Discuss.
Thanks for sharing this!
~a rabid Star Wars fan
I went there a LOT when I moved back to Tucson in 2010. Then I discovered a few other places and the co-op became my main grocery store. But I'd go back to 17th St Market for Asian packaged food/Asian produce, and eclectic music just next door.
It seemed like things were growing when they started the lunchtime food truck....but then it seemed to start going downhill. The fish went away, the food truck stopped, the music store had shorter hours, the market had shorter hours.... and I stopped shopping there during the decline. Meat and produce just didn't look as fresh as it once did, sometimes bordering on downright nastiness. Wasn't worth going anymore.
Such a shame. Was an awesome place.
@Mammey: for one thing, it's the parents' job to raise their kids and to monitor/regulate what they are exposed to, not the Weekly's. If some/many/most parents don't assume the responsibility, it's STILL not the Weekly's.
Second, have you not looked in the back of the Weekly? Have you never read Savage Love, seen the photos or read the personals? The so-called "smut" is already there. I doubt that a few short stories will be the downfall of Tucson.
Third, does it even matter? What's worse- kids being exposed to a little raunchiness or kids being raised to think sex is taboo?
That's it! I'm moving to Canada
Love this! Men, get in that kitchen and make me a sandwich!
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