I thought it was not nearly as bad as most reviews, including this one. But I saw it in a half-empty, far-end theater at a multiplex outside DC, so it's an easy call that the teased sequel is delusory.
Jeff Flake's finest moment. I wish that he could be this man in public.
Sometimes I wish comments were at the beginning so I could say "Great read. Recommended."
I believe that banning gun posession and ownership by wife beaters and bar brawlers will eliminate most of our gun problem. There is a direct link between most mass shooters and prior domestic violence toward a spouse, child or mother. The Orlando shooter is a perfect example.
If we're not able to accomplish universal background checks, we should at least be able to create a National Wife Beaters Registry and require checking it as a condition of completing a sale.
Small plates and long waits do as much damage to fine dining as high prices and off price competition. There is so much reasonably priced deliciousness in Tucson (when most other towns only offer chains) that expensive options aren't really feeling price pressures, they're feeling flavor pressures.
Let's hope Chef has a chance to open something smaller, in a better location, with a more financially approachable menu. I smell a renaissance.
We've seen this picture before. The "conservative" strategy to add profit taking to public services works like this:
1. Starve it
2. Blame it for its post starvation performance
3. Give it to the private sector "to save," at the same time instituting massive funding increases to "fix the emergency,"
4. Stand around quietly while the newly privatized entity institutes quickly rising user fees because "government can't cover the full cost"
5. Profits are taken; payoffs, campaign contributions, and jobs are given.
Why make our students suffer the death of a thousand cuts? Why don't they just give students a small severance check after fifth grade, send them on their way and be done with it?
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