I offer a rewrite of Paul Gosar's comments in the article above:
"Shame on Senator John McCain and Representative Paul Gosar and the Forest Service for ramming a copper mine down the throats of Arizonans. Clearly, the Republicans care more about pandering to an Anglo-Australian multinational mining company and a D.C. lobbyist from the Clinton Administration than following the law and listening to the American public. Oak Flat has been a sacred site, as confirmed by the local tribe’s own former historian. Yet, Resolution Copper and its minions are hell-bent on destroying an important natural site by finagling an illegal land swap, cowardly attached as a rider in a major appropriations bill."
It would be helpful if there was some basic data provided, i.e. Address, Hours.
I'd like call a truce everyone. With Hamas and Israel firing missiles at each other for reasons that most of us don't even understand, what if we stop firing missiles at each other, missiles that only places like leave Taco Urbano and other small family owned restaurants in the crossfire. No matter how lame the review is, we should not submit our discontent towards the review method- that is an editorial issue. We don't want to see dismembered burritos and enchiladas buried beneath the rubble of our ideological conflict due to trivial issues like websites and online status, either. While we were arguing, the cooks at Taco Urbano probably made a fresh batch of six different salsas for the patrons.
Can the Tucson community agree that when a review is posted that we don't post a comment until we have eaten there? I'm sorry to those who I had online conflicts with, (Mike, vegans, et al). I know that we all can do better. By even making a vegan stand I know that one is a person of conviction and a committed advocate of the Earth.
The real issue here concerns the restaurant that a real person owns. A compassionate, thinking, proactive fellow human which has poured their entire self into the creation of this restaurant. Let's give them some room.
Why don't you just go and eat there first, Mike, before attacking their tech department. I think if you went there you'd realize that with the iPad ordering they've got their shit together. Maybe they just haven't got around to the website because they're trying to get their food trip together first.
What a bunch of buzzkill complainers here. I assume y'all want free shipping on your vegan gluten free burrito, too. Chipotle is right down the street, and oh yeah, they have the all important website. Here's the link so that you don't have to do anything, just click and eat. http://www.chipotle.com/en-US/default.aspx…
Oh, and for the vegan, here's the menu link if it's too damn difficult to go through the Chipotle website. http://www.chipotle.com/en-us/menu/ingredi…
When the webmaster for Chipotle, and all the other tech workers for all the great places out there that have a budget to pay for web services, can make me up a batch of chilé colorado sauce with perfect beans, then I'll stop supporting mom and pop startups.
The Rialto has made right and broken even out of a mess. And what's wrong with getting irked about not getting what you want, and were promised, when you pay your own money for a product that was agreed upon at time of purchase?
Andy at FOG sounds like a writer for Fox News. Yes, the classic "put a question mark after an unsupported innuendo in order to spread lies and doubt," while subtly villainizing AVA, the Fairgrounds and the evil city of Phoenix.
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