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Updated on February 13, 2010 at 5:31 PM

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Re: “UA Student Falls to Death on Campus Dorm

Good God, the fall may have been accidental, but was scaling a 20' tower atop a 3 story structure? I thought "pledge season" was over! Such a tragedy for all involved and affected.

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Posted by TucsonHiker on 04/04/2014 at 5:26 PM

Re: “ASU Bro Tip: Don't F@ck With Old Wildcats Fans

And we're condoning this type behavior? Really?

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Posted by TucsonHiker on 12/05/2013 at 7:19 AM

Re: “Danehy

If you are of rational mind, how can you not agree with Danehy on this one as written? Now being the liberal that I am, I do have a bias but I did actually read all ensuing comments and can appreciate those of differing opinion. However, I will take issue with "Chuck's" infatuation with the wacko from Minnesota. Michelle's exact words were: “the "founding fathers fought slavery until it was abolished"­. Research it, I did! The problem with youe argument, Chuck, is where you want to draw the line on who were the founding fathers. Are we extending this time line to include Lincoln and the Civil War, or Johnson and the Civil Rights Acts? Most would agree that it ended with the actual "founding" of this nation. I suppose you could include the Presidencies of Washington and Adams, maybe even Jefferson as they were in on the ground floor. But to extend it much farther than this really does not jive with the accepted history books. Now back to truth vs. myth, Chuck; if you research the Founding Fathers, the Continental Congress, the meetings in Boston and Philly among others, the names of Franklin, Jefferson, Washington, Hale, and Henry all are prominent players. Couple that group of allstars along with EVERY single Southern Delegate to the Continental Congress and you will find that they all had one thing in common. That commonality was that THEY ALL OWNED SLAVES! Surprise, surprise! The abolition of slavery WAS NOT a high priority to these folks. So to you Chuck, and Michelle, and others of the same stripe: When you stop telling lies, we'll stop telling the truth.

Posted by TucsonHiker on 03/05/2011 at 7:26 AM

Re: “Danehy

If you are of rational mind, how can you not agree with Danehy on this one as written? Now being the liberal that I am, I do have a bias but I did actually read all ensuing comments and can appreciate those of differing opinion. However, I will take issue with "Chuck's" infatuation with the wacko from Minnesota. Michelle's exact words were: “the "founding fathers fought slavery until it was abolished"­. Research it, I did! The problem with youe argument, Chuck, is where you want to draw the line on who were the founding fathers. Are we extending this time line to include Lincoln and the Civil War, or Johnson and the Civil Rights Acts? Most would agree that it ended with the actual "founding" of this nation. I suppose you could include the Presidencies of Washington and Adams, maybe even Jefferson as they were in on the ground floor. But to extend it much farther than this really does not jive with the accepted history books. Now back to truth vs. myth, Chuck; if you research the Founding Fathers, the Continental Congress, the meetings in Boston and Philly among others, the names of Franklin, Jefferson, Washington, Hale, and Henry all are prominent players. Couple that group of allstars along with EVERY single Southern Delegate to the Continental Congress and you will find that they all had one thing in common. That commonality was that THEY ALL OWNED SLAVES! Surprise, surprise! The abolition of slavery WAS NOT a high priority to these folks. So to you Chuck, and Michelle, and others of the same stripe: When you stop telling lies, we'll stop telling the truth.

Posted by TucsonHiker on 03/05/2011 at 7:24 AM

Re: “Danehy

Regarding the Danehy article; I couldn't agree more. Regarding the comment left by "Frdmftr"; what planet have you been spending most of your time on?

Posted by TucsonHiker on 09/12/2010 at 2:24 PM

Re: “Danehy

"Our next President, Sarah Palin"? I don't know what you've been smokin' Tom, but I want some! The rest of the story was pretty good though.....

Posted by TucsonHiker on 08/20/2010 at 5:02 AM

Re: “In the Pipeline

I don't think Ms. Giffords has a whole helluva lot to worry about regarding this stooge!

Posted by TucsonHiker on 02/20/2010 at 9:53 AM

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