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This story is very puzzling. 45 minutes into the flight, wouldn't they be almost to Ontario? And too high for birds?6 months ago
96th Street & Broaday is NOT Apache Junction.8 months ago
Because someone said it on a blog, it must be true. Mar 8, 2012
Why can't people pay for their own birth control? Why do taxpayers have to pick up the tab for some stranger's birth control pills?Dec 4, 2011
I remember too. I was in my 20s, and worked in Tempe at the time. My generation was the last one to enjoy some degree of unsupervised kid freedom, riding our bikes and playing in parks without an adult watching. Beaty lived waaaaay too long after he was convicted. Because of him and perverts like him, I can't let my granddaughter out of my sight when she's with me. May 31, 2011
rrjenn - "You all sound like a bunch of vultures fighting over who gets to eat the choice cuts of a dead animal. Why don't you all go back to doing what you do best which is twirling on your thumbs and allow this poor woman a chance to recover."
Hmmm, I'm not seeing that. One, it's not really something that those outside of District 8 have to be too worried about. Two, the tack seems to be that the Washington Post took an AZ State Law that has nothing to do with this situation and made up a story. I don't think there's anyone here who doesn't wish her a complete and speedy recovery.
Jan 18, 2011
I am sure that federal law provides for replacement of a lawmaker when he or she is unable to serve. However - any such discussion is premature at this point. Give her a few more days. After all, she has survived a gunshot wound to the head.Jan 17, 2011
Why would you think such a thing? This has nothing to do with Brewer; this is something the Washington Post came up with.Jan 17, 2011
Looks like I am in agreement with the other commenters on this pathetic story. I can't believe these parents would actually sue for this. These are teenagers, they should have known better. Blaming the school for not supervising them is not sending them the right message. When you mess up, you suffer the consequences and accept responsibility. See how far the blame game gets them in the real world.Aug 7, 2010