Houston, We Have Uh-Oh
Other than food and hotels, that would be different or unique enough for other cities to be envious?
for the hundreds of thousands of unpleasured women in New Mexico.
I had no idea. I thought it was the official periodical of the Tea Party movement? VW bus drivin', liberal hate spewin', baby-eatin' assholes! Hmph!
one sells coffee and one sells beer, I seriously doubt it.
you get along with yourself? Or do you?
having a sense of humor. Try it!
Let me get this straight. You're saying that because people in poor neighborhoods live closer together and have nosier neighbors compared to those in more affluent neighborhoods, they're more likely to get reported for abuse when it's not "really" happening? Say what?
I'd believe you if you have statistical evidence to support your claims, but my significant other is an APS elementary school teacher in a not-so-nice neighborhood, and the stories she has pertaining to child abuse (since teachers are legally obligated to report such findings) would make your head spin. Things that are unheard of in "nicer" schools in "nicer" areas.
You can get as bleeding-heart and conspiracy theorist as you want, but facts are facts. The statistics that have come out correlating income level and child/domestic abuse are absolutely staggering. I think we should start at lack of education as a main contributing factor, for one, since I'll agree with you that simply cashing a paltry Whataburger check doesn't clench your fists tighter or anything.
They're referring to the cartel violence, specifically in Juarez, that is on every news station most hours of the day. For people that don't live in a border state, I could see how that could be cause for a concern when you have loved ones 3 1/2 hours away from all the news clippings. I don't think it has anything to do with Mexicans or illegal immigration.
Looks like bleeding hearts sometimes get in the way of open ones.
How they want (or have) renamed the War Zone the "International District"? Same old bullshit.