Posts Tagged ‘Arizona’

People learn a lot of valuable things in college, like how to solve quadratic equations, run a business, or turn a shoe into a bong. All important life lessons, to be sure, but according to Arizona Rep. John Kavanagh, students at Arizona’s universities need to be taught a lesson they’re currently not learning.

Remember Charlie Brown’s teacher, and how everything he said was masked by that “wah wah wo waw” sound? Well, thanks to Arizona State Sen. Lori Klein, we now know that the only things being taught in Charlie’s classroom were the seven words you can’t say on television. That’s why Sen. Klein is introducing SB 1467, […]

If we have learned anything from Harold Camping’s prediction that the world would end on May 21st, it’s that if you’re going to prophesize a specific date for the rapture, don’t pick the weekend before Oprah’s final show. God may work in mysterious ways, but he’s not crazy enough to mess with Oprah. You piss […]

Focus on the good news, which is: despite Arizona’s large population of seniors in need of acute and long-term care, after a year or two of being denied those services…Well, let’s just say that is a problem that will “take care of itself.”