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We should give credit to our cowboy spirit, because it’s taught us Zonies how to get down and party. We’ve all been boozing since we were 12, and we’ve gotten really good at it. But unlike those who settled this dirt field with night after night of getting thrashed at...

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We should give credit to our cowboy spirit, because it’s taught us Zonies how to get down and party. We’ve all been boozing since we were 12, and we’ve gotten really good at it. But unlike those who settled this dirt field with night after night of getting thrashed at skeezy saloons and catching venereal diseases from the resident girls, we’ve evolved. A party in AZ has now become a classy activity. At Arizona Tempest, you’ll get the chance to hold your drink and carry on with control. With stellar eats, elegant libations, and live music by Fushicho Daiko, it’s both an excuse for debauchery and a benefit for the Arizona Technology Council.
Sat., Oct. 20, 7 p.m., 2007
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