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Shaquille O'Neal Gets BlowJobian Treatment by New York Times

9 years ago by Paul Rubin
A friend just pointed out a little question-and-answer interview that the New York TImes published over the weekend with Shaquille O'Neal.  ...
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Arizona State Fair: Judging the Goats

7 years ago by Kate Crowley
Sure, the Arizona State Fair is full of fun rides, greasy food and some of the best people watching around. But, for a moment let's return to a "Charlotte's Web" sort of agricultural era, where the State Fair was about judging animals, food, and animals that make or become food...
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Tempe Police Allowed Shaquille O’Neal to Play Cop by Giving Him Secret Info on Software Used to Detect Kiddy Porn

9 years ago by Paul Rubin
Just after noon on December 15, 2009, a Tempe police detective sent a very specific e-mail about how to conduct a child pornography investigation to this private address: detectiveoneal32[at]ma.com. Detective Burke Mattlin was writing from his work computer to a former colleague, Shaquille O'Neal — a.k.a. Shaq, The Big Cactus,...
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Salvador Reza Arrested at Arizona State Senate

10 years ago by Stephen Lemons
Welcome to Muammar Gaddafi's Libya. Details are sketchy, but civil rights activists Salvador Reza and Anayanse Garza of the group Puente were arrested inside the Arizona state Senate building today, apparently for the bogus charge of trespassing.I say "apparently" because neither the Capitol Police, nor Arizona DPS Security Attache J...
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Terry Goddard, Raul Grijalva Call for Compromise, as Rodney Glassman Whips Up Rancor

10 years ago by Stephen Lemons
Fearing an acrimonious showdown this Saturday when Dems are scheduled to meet at the Wyndham Hotel downtown to pick a new Democratic Party chair, former Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard and Congressman Raul Grijalva are calling for a compromise. One that would leave Don Bivens as chair for at least...
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Russell Pearce's Day of Bigotry, Barbarism and Triumph

10 years ago by Stephen Lemons
In the end, they all passed out of the state Senate Appropriations Committee, all of state Senate President Russell Pearce's anti-immigrant bills, other hate-filled measures offered by his stooges, and cataclysmic proposed laws that can only be described as outright attacks on whatever civilization is left in Sand Land.I wish...
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Arpaio and the 287(g) Hearings, Direct from D.C.

12 years ago by Stephen Lemons
TRIUMPH IN D.C. The weather was muggy. The cherry blossoms were in bloom. And Sheriff Joe Arpaio was on the agenda on Capitol Hill, in a joint session of two subcommittees of the House Judiciary Committee, chaired by California congresswoman and Democrat Zoe Lofgren. Officially, the three-hour session was meant...
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LET'S MUCK A DEAL

27 years ago by David Pasztor
Dennis Bedford and Albert Monteverde wish the state of Arizona would stop wasting time and money trying to protect them from themselves. For almost four months now, the two gainfully employed, apparently competent men have been attempting to cut a simple business deal that would allow them to invest in...
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Moral Sex

22 years ago by David Holthouse
In the classic film It's a Wonderful Life, Jimmy Stewart's character is given the opportunity to see what would have happened to his community if he had never been born. Without him, the quiet tree-lined downtown of family-oriented Bedford Falls becomes the garish, loud and decadent main street of Pottersville,...
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Hayden High School Had a Farm, E-I-E-I-O

24 years ago by Michael Kiefer
What would you call a public high school where students invent pregnancy tests for livestock? Where they run genetic tests on plants for local companies? Where they design their own equestrian helmets and get them marketed by a major sportswear company? A school whose teachers win national awards? A school...

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