Please remove the advertising.
I didn't mind buying newspapers (when Tucson still had two papers) from homeless people who were selling them on the medians in the city limits before it became illegal. What I mind today are the homeless who pester people at stop lights for cash. I asked one homeless man "how he did" that day. "Great!" He said. "I got over $150.oo in cash!" PLEASE stop giving homeless people cash! Most use it to feed drug and drinking addiction. If you want to help, try what I do: give out $5.oo to $10.oo gift cards to fast food restaurants. Not only can they get into a restaurant to eat, but they'll be allowed to clean up a bit in the bathroom. One man told me the cards were "better than cash" because of that.
Shame on this idiot for leaving a window open behind a couch with a blind dog! The dog probably heard another one barking but for obvious reasons, didn't know the window was open. How about a article on the real mediums in the area who do ghost tours around the state? I have a friend who's been doing them for ten years up in Williams. And Benson has one too.
I was diagnosed in 1962 at the ripe age of six months. Most of the drugs I've taken to control my seizures are either no longer on the market or are no longer used for Epilepsy. I tried Epilepsy surgery in "89 but continue to have seizures. Would I like to try hemp to see if it helps? You bet I would! Is it affordable when you're on disability? NO. I'm glad it's available for some, but the state has to remember that most people on disability can't come close to the prices (because of the taxes) because we're in deep poverty. Unless someone goes to the governor's office and has a full blown Grand Mal in front of him the cost isn't going to change.
Too bad the FDA won't allow those of us with backyard chickens to give them our excess eggs!
I would LOVE to see a Stupid Hiker's Law in our area! With the invention of cell phones, it seems that common sense for hiking in the desert (and many other things) has gone out the window. Even experienced hikers have become careless. We have a stupid driver's law, bring on the stupid driver's law!
There are good and bad bus drivers just like in every other group of workers. Some are kind, some are just plain rude. That's just the way people are. I agree that the mold and safety issues should be taken care of - obviously nobody in the city has thought long term about probable lawsuits in the future. Clean up the mold and put some sort of protective barrier (with AC and heating) like you see at some banks for the drivers and I'm guessing enough of the drivers will be happy to go back to work.
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