Especially the part about the importance of having a "meaningful" Facebook profile photo.
Yes, Yes Dan. All that and more.
But the next time you're pimping out your made-up aggregate hits, clicks and comment metrics to advertisers, include all the insulting pricks you depend on.
That's a good point Happel.
I didn't consider the full amount of tit available to me if I decided to depend on a good suckling.
Local tax payers milking is a good point too.
You'd like to think the issue requires more study. There's no grant money left if you reach a conclusion.
Visit any DES office and make a simple observation. Be careful not to judge since that might hurt someone's f e e l i n g s.
Wherever the English went there is prosperity. Where ever the Spanish, illegal immigrants, Indians, Africans, and psycho-maniac veterans went there is poverty.
White trash rednecks run a distant 6th. Despite their greater numbers. Ask Tom to run some math on that little detail known as a 'per capita' breakdown.
Nothing will change as long a Karen Uhlich keeps them so comfy with hand-outs.
An unknown famous guy?
Much like a sick mother who intentionally keeps her child sick to get extra benefits and attention from wet-nurses, TUSD insists on maintaining "segregation". 30 years now.
We're not racists. Fiercely nationalistic yes but not racists. The natural course of the demographics in Tucson have clearly "desegregated us".
Even though "desegregation" has loud and clear overtones of prejudice and racism, TUSD just cant give up Mother's milk. If I knew someone with the tits of the Federal government, I might be tempted to suck them too. Count me as part of the problem.
It must be immaturity month at the Weekly. But I can only speak for the Editor, the Editor's wife, and the Editor's friends.
The "trolls" you refer to are insightful and non-judgmental readers. Non-judgmental because you don't know the difference between that and simple observation.
The trolls are your bread and butter.
Delete away. That's the punctuation to immaturity.
I admit that occasionally I do walk around with my head in the sand. It's called being high on pot.
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