Apparently, among Flory's "interests" on his resumé, he listed "computer security."
Apparently, it was a very... casual... interest.
Alright, I know this story still counts as "developing", but earlier today, the police were claiming services ran from $80-$850.
That being said, is it just me, or does APD's own story basically say that vice officers actually paid for and had sex with some of the prostitutes to reach "trusted" status? Is that even a legal method of investigation? Also, until we see more information, I'm going to remain suspicious of the fact that so far, only college professors are getting caught up in this thing.
That being said, what kind of idiot runs a site like this and then logs in from a public location with an unsecured network?
Also, I'm going to assume that is a typo in the final graph, and that it should read December 2010, rather than 2011... Though I wouldn't put it past APD to try and investigate from the future...
I'm not a big comic person, so I had no plans originally to go to the expo.... then I heard that LaVar Burton was coming. My entire childhood (Reading Rainbow and Star Trek) embodied in one human being, and I'm going to be at work?!? I officially hate my life.
Mediocre-at-best tourist crap; the chile lacks flavor or temperature (rating only around 5,000-10,000 scovile), and the food overall is frequently covered in cheese to hide the fact that they just flat don't know the proper way to prepare it.
There are literally dozens of restaurants that are better than this travesty masquerading as New Mexican food, among them being Duran's, Charley's, and Mary & Tito's. Or just drive to Santa Fe and go to The Shed or La Choza. Sadie's, quite frankly, is inedible by comparison.
That being said, the story of Sadie's is also a somewhat tragic one, at least for people with taste buds. They used to be a fantastic little place just down the street in a bowling alley. They were, in fact, some of the best food in town. The instant they reveled in their success and built the larger tourist-trap location, they became the pre-fab cookie-cutter faux-New Mexican place they now are.