Stock photos instead of news photos? This is a new low in crap "journalism" Tucson has an image problem - & your shoddy reporting isn't helping...
baby showers are "terrible events" ??? WTF - Your arrogance is astounding - & do try proofreading
You mispelled "Stiletto" - in your headline - You guys suck -
Next year they'll be rounding up the artists and disappearing them
GREAT ARTICLE Another blatant betrayal by the Dems who campaign as rational constitutionalists who serve the public interest & vote like rabid extremists. This is a suckers game, good cop vs bad cop. The pentagon / corporations -- "the house" -- wins every time. There are no parties... When will people realize this? Its human survival vs a global surveillance state
A Face in the Crowd was a stunning cultural & social critique couched in a engaging drama. It is a study of fame ambition & greed so we know that andy griffith understood these perils (Reminiscent to me of the career of folksy ambitious Jesse Helms - the powerful fundamentalist far right senator from N Carolina who began his career as a reporter).
Griffith was outstanding in the role, but what made him turn 180% so soon after the film? He certainly had the depth & talent to pursue better venues.. A Face in the Crowd is an entertaining way to discover how media elevates & destroys its "stars"
Give credit where its due: AZ game & fish is trying to do the right thing. Most states want to kill prairie dogs & they are trying to re-establish them. Don't politicize this, be proactive: Get your readers involved in helping prairie dogs!
TM has a good point - using a crude metaphor in this otherwise thoughtful piece doesnt undermine the argument directly but does tarnish its effectiveness. Its a tragic story to see one community after another fall to corporate & local greed & corruption, losing forever its unique history, geography & humanity. Yet the destruction of nature - millions of years in the making - to capitalist lust for profit - at any cost - is the biggest atrocity the world has ever seen
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