Sgsmith, very well said.
I was in a dorm situation when I was in my late teens. Granted it was military and more strict, but there was your fair share of underage drinking etc. (which I think should be on the table for those potentially risking their lives for their government, but that's another story...). Marijuana? Never...but it was a different time and place. Regardless, I had a lot of fun but respected myself and my place and never risked damaging it nor getting in trouble.
If I'd had the opportunity to attend a school like the UofA, I would not have treated it as carelessly as so many college students today do. Be mindful of your situation and good fortune and have some self-respect.
@Rat T, here is the attorney
Are the asshole parents going through and disliking comments? I can't imagine anyone else who could. Entitled, douchebag, pathetic excuses for parents...
"The intersection in question has long been pointed to as a potential problem for traffic..."
No kidding. It was already a confusing intersection, and then they went and added a dozen businesses, a parking garage, "luxury" student living and HiFi to the mess. I am a streetcar supporter, but not a lot of common sense was implemented in ANY of this. You can't cram downtown Phoenix into a square mile of downtown Tucson, on roads still more suited to horse and buggy than modern traffic.
Don't fret it, Shish Kebab House. I started dining at your restaurant because of a shining review from a friend. I went and immediately loved it. My family loves your food as well. Your service has always been prompt and the food is delicious.
Beautiful :) Thanks for sharing this with us
Although the restaurant originated in Washington state, if you go to their website: "La Hacienda Family Restaurants was founded by Marco Antonio Gomez Botello originally from Guadalajara, with the idea of combining great Mexican food, in a family setting and a Cantina Bar to suit our clientele."
Not Sonoran. Not-not Mexican.
I don't eat at chains either and likely won't eat at La Hacienda... but suggesting that us white folk don't like Mexican food is insulting and unnecessary. Do we really need more politics in food?
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