Get Help Moving from the New Mexico Lottery
Are you planning on moving to a new apartment? If so, Sergio Gutierrez just won a new truck. He won it with a $3 “Bucks & Trucks” scratcher he bought at an Allsup’s in Santa Fe because his wife didn’t pack him a lunch (again). Sergio is reportedly so happy he could cry, but is aware of the social taboos against it.
This is not to say that Sergio is volunteering to help you move, either. I’m just saying he won a truck, so if you know him … it wouldn’t hurt to ask. If he says no, you can always try to win a truck yourself. Also, I have a kid at UNM, so I think scratchers are cool. Everybody buy scratchers.
Webgame Wednesday: 2 AM Truck Stop
A seriously tweaked out drivin'-and-shootin' video game, 2 AM Truck Stop puts you behind the wheel of a careening big rig. The highway in front of you is littered with neon daemons. Shoot 'em off the road, pick up the magical chunks of "crystal" and keep on truckin'! What drug-addled driver wouldn't appreciate this trippy challenge?
Rowdy’s Dream Blog #215: I am driving a tractor-trailer rig.
I am driving a tractor-trailer rig down a city street. I am distracted, looking out my right window. Suddenly, I come up on a group of parked rigs and can't stop in time. I finally come to a stop on top of them, but manage to jump my rig down without damage. A cop who has seen all this is amazed. He is lenient towards me when he learns that my payload is crab-squids and kombutchka mushrooms. We share a few out of the jars. He fines me $1000 for damage to the other trucks.
Traffic Chill in Nob Hill
Traffic along Central through Nob Hill will just have to slow down. The City Council approved the installation of two stop lights at the intersections of Wellesley and Morningside. The lights are needed for safe pedestrian crossings, according to Councilor Rey Garduño. At the Wednesday, Sept. 9 meeting, several business owners and residents spoke in support, saying pedestrians have to “haul ass” across Central because there are not enough safe crossing points. A couple of councilors griped about Nob Hill getting the lights without a recent traffic engineering study, saying they want more lights in their districts, too. In the end, there was unanimous approval.