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Re: “The Skinny

Then I'm correct ac, dc, you don't have the mental capacity to answer the question nor the intellectual integrity.

I'll repeat it for you.

How many of those children with beating hearts make it out alive?

I'll even give you the answer because obviously it's way past your IQ.

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Posted by What, Again on 04/13/2017 at 4:05 PM

Re: “The Skinny

I answered your question.

It's NONE of your business when it comes to abortion. Unless it's your child.

It's between a woman and her doctor, sometimes the father in special circumstances.

What would you know about a beating heart anyways? Your heart obviously stopped frozen cold years ago.

Beat it and take your fake Christianity with you.

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Posted by AZ/DC! on 04/13/2017 at 3:23 PM

Re: “Danehy

So you're advocating the kidnapping and beating of a fourteen year old girl ("catch her outside, beat her sorry ass,"), wishing for the theft of public property ("I've been hoping that a frat house at the UA would steal it and put it in their backyard,") and looking forward to the violent death of an Arizona State Senator and a young person ("I sincerely, really, really hope that while Lovas is out driving around and texting someday that he gets crashed into by a young driver who is doing the same thing.")

Happy Good Friday and Easter Sunday, Mr. Danehy.

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Posted by Mary Magdalene on 04/13/2017 at 3:19 PM

Re: “The Skinny

What's wrong ac-dc - don't have the mental capacity to answer a very simple question?

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Posted by What, Again on 04/13/2017 at 3:15 PM

Re: “The Skinny

retrorv - "I thought you were against using tax dollars to underwrite private ventures."

Have no clue where you got that. Governments are by far the least efficient organizations to deliver services.

Lots of trigger words in your post so let me interpret for you.

"Rich parents..." You really mean white people. And I can see why you're scared to death by that. When it comes to Sunnyside and TUSD that would mean you might as well be in Nogales, MX.

6 likes, 35 dislikes
Posted by What, Again on 04/13/2017 at 3:02 PM

Re: “The Skinny

Not your choice Wrong, Again.

The choice is between a woman and her doctor.

Get a hobby and quit harassing people which you have no business to harass.

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Posted by AZ/DC! on 04/13/2017 at 3:01 PM

Re: “RIP, Author and Activist Kathryn Ferguson

Very sad news. RIP Kathryn. You will be missed.
Thanks for coming to our concerts and for having so much compassion.

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Posted by Orkesta Mendoza on 04/13/2017 at 2:58 PM

Re: “The Skinny

ac/dc "It's not a choice to kill the unborn."

How many of those children with beating hearts make it out alive?

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Posted by What, Again on 04/13/2017 at 2:56 PM

Re: “Rep. Grijalva Sues Trump Administration Over Border Wall

"Any balanced discussion of this issue should include consideration of the environmental costs..."

Only in liberal la-la land Tucson, 5th poorest in the country.

Was there an environmental study for the Great Wall of China?

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Posted by What, Again on 04/13/2017 at 2:53 PM

Re: “The Skinny

I'm liberal on most issues, but I don't get why most liberals are against vouchers. The state is still funding education, they are just allowing the funding to be used by different schools. Given that the U.S. spends more on public education per pupil than most developed nations (yet has less to show for it), I don't see much of a downside to seeing if private schools can make better use of the money. If it turns out that they do a good enough job that some public schools shut down because the students that used to go there are getting a better education, isn't that a win for everybody?

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Posted by LazyToad on 04/13/2017 at 2:32 PM

Re: “In 13 Years, Every Private School and Home-Schooled Student Could Have a Voucher

Nope, I don't buy it. I bought it four years ago, when I fell hook line and sinker for TUSD's propaganda about how all their problems were the result of the mean Republicans and their draconian funding cuts. And then I watched TUSD for closely for four years while one of my children was enrolled in it. Yes, the funding is insufficient, but in the humble opinion of someone who has watched the Board meetings and taken an interest in policy implementation and funding allocations on a few of the school sites, the district has also been poorly administered and the funding available to it has not uniformly and competently been applied for the benefit of students. Until the district is effectively reformed -- if at this point it CAN be reformed, which many who have had extended contact with it have good reason to doubt -- (again, my humble, but experience-based OPINION) students do need to get out of it. And they shouldn't be penalized financially for recognizing a sinking ship for what it is. Nor should they be disparaged by a political party that is supposed to effectively DEFEND, not disparage and insult, the working class.

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Posted by Yes, by all means, let's have straight talk on the subject. on 04/13/2017 at 2:26 PM

Re: “Editor's Note

If you don't know ... what I do is always ask first if I am interviewing someone who is transgender or genderqueer. I always ask what pronouns "they" prefer. "They" is great, but if someone tells me specifically what "they" prefer, that's what I go with.

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Posted by Aztlán Mari on 04/13/2017 at 1:26 PM

Re: “In 13 Years, Every Private School and Home-Schooled Student Could Have a Voucher

Lets be straight here. Public schools are falling behind in red states because they don't fund them fully. Period. You can point to national statistics that show privet elementary schools charge on average about the same as what we spend on public schools in red states but those figures are very misleading. Many, if not most are religious schools that subsidize half the bill. Public schools are what in the private world would be called 'Day Schools'. They tend to spend 15,000$-30,000$ per student while we spend here in AZ 7,2500-7,500$ per student. I'd say it's pretty clear you can't get a 15,000$ education result for 7,500$. So when you say our schools are failing, yeah, it's obvious why. . .https://schoolfinance101.wordpress.com/201…

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Posted by Kenneth Groves on 04/13/2017 at 1:17 PM

Re: “The Skinny

I love the way you dismiss the poor. They deserve access to the best education. And by the way, this term "a traditional public school," has been replaced with, another failing public school.

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Posted by TUSD should be ashamed on 04/13/2017 at 1:17 PM

Re: “Rep. Grijalva Sues Trump Administration Over Border Wall

Any balanced discussion of this issue should include consideration of the environmental costs of an unsecured border:

- Migrants and smugglers dump an estimated 2,000 tons of trash and human waste in the borderlands every year - most of it in areas where it is very difficult to remove. (See https://legacy.azdeq.gov/obep/waste.html).

- Migrants and smugglers had cut an estimated 1300 miles of wildcat trails in the borderlands as of 2006. (See https://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/opini…).

-Moreover, illegal aliens and smugglers regularly set wildfires, both to summon aid or to distract CBP, destroying hundreds of acres of vegetation a year. In fact, migrants are suspected of causing many of southern Arizona's most devastating fires of the last few years (Horseshoe 2, Monument, etc.). (See http://www.tucsonweekly.com/tucson/arizona…).

Would a wall have some environmental impact? Sure. But so would doing nothing. Let's try to keep some perspective on both sides of the issue.

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Posted by Nathan K on 04/13/2017 at 11:12 AM

Re: “Sci Fiesta

No net every scientist sir. Hundreds if not thousands have recanted their opinions based on peer review.

"The survey found 97% agreed that global temperatures have increased during the past 100 years; 84% say they personally believe human-induced warming is occurring, and 74% agree that "currently available scientific evidence" substantiates its occurrence."

By the way, 100% of scientists polled believe that temperature measuring devices have improved accuracy dramatically over the last 100 years and that the increase amounts of paving and concrete may have contributed the most to low level increases.

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Posted by Hot Dog Weather! on 04/13/2017 at 11:08 AM

Re: “The Skinny

What, Again. Parents have always had a choice of where to send their kids. Now the rich parents will get to be subsidized when they send their kids to a private school. I thought you were against using tax dollars to underwrite private ventures.

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Posted by retrorv on 04/13/2017 at 11:05 AM

Re: “Rep. Grijalva Sues Trump Administration Over Border Wall

Herculio Arrellano was arrested yesterday in Mexico and is being extradited to to Tucson to stand trial for the murder of BP agent Brian Terry. He was shot and killed by firearms that the Justice Dept under Obama had supplied to the Mexican drug cartels. He was arrested by using DNA matches from the water bottles that he left in the desert. I wonder who put those there for him?

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Posted by Denise Allen on 04/13/2017 at 10:45 AM

Re: “The Joy, the Suffering, the Poetry

TC, thank you for sharing your story and your poetry. This particular version of your life resonates with me, as I too enjoy writing, I too am a gender outlaw, and I too live with severe, chronic pain; mine the result of a spinal cord injury. I see youth in your courage and wish you the best in all your endeavors. I will not recover. I write as an ongoing form of treatment for both my spirit and my broken pieces and writing prose- poetry is the dogma of my religion. Although I've published a few small bits here and there, and I've enjoyed working with youth and adults in drug/alcohol treatment to support others to find the beautiful music of their own voices, my work has reached limited audiences. It's wonderful to see you getting out into the wild world running with kite high so that many people enjoy your gifts and benifit from your wisdom. Blessings to you.
With great respect,
Patrick Skater

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Posted by Patrick Skater on 04/13/2017 at 10:15 AM

Re: “Going Out of Style

I enjoyed "Going in Style" very much! I am 80 years young, and the movie gently poked fun at our foibles without making us look like dithering idiots. It was a gentle and humane comedy! Mi Gusto!!!!!
DZ Sortland

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Posted by Deena Z Sortland on 04/13/2017 at 10:08 AM

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