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Re: “Ask a Mexican!

You have got to be one of the biggest pendejos I've ever come across. You read the column and then complain, and then read the next one that is posted. I get a kick out of the opportunity that you give so many readers to use words against you that you are sure are curse words, but cannot begin to fathom the depth of their meaning.
Gustavo Arellanos column is both humorous and insightful. Go back to that state where you came from, you know the one that has six flags flying over it. That's right one of them is, let's see, Mexican!

Posted by capolina on 08/12/2011 at 4:00 PM

Re: “Unapproved Art

Tucson should be so lucky to have an opportunity to provide well paying jobs, jobs that offer health care, very good health care benefits, 401K savings plans and posibly a retirement plan. Unemployment rate is high, the presidency is struggling to provide some kind of health care for Americans and there is a big resistence to stop the developement of a previously mined copper ore body. There is something really wrong here. I go along with John 85, those of you who are so dead set on mining in America can quit using the copper by products that get used as a result of mining in Arizona. That's right, I said it. Turn in your cars, turn off your AC units, and everthing else that uses copper for a more comfortable life style. Put up or shut up. This is an opportunity for many people to draw a nice wage and provide for there familys. Do the right thing, give the people an opportunity to earn a good honest living. It spreads to the families, children, and community. Communities like Ajo, Bisbee, Douglas, Morenci, and now Safford, as well as several in New Mexico have benefited hugely by copper mining in Arizona.

Posted by capolina on 05/27/2011 at 1:58 AM

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