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El Paso, TX

Ramon Renteria: Translated Spanish names just don't work

Interesting fact: The English alphabet does not have the letters some others do thus some Spanish names ARE changed. Should Lee Trevino be Lee Treviņo? I imagine most all Jewish names were changed to match the English alphabet.  (Jul 11, 2010 | post #71)

Science / Technology

Billions of fish, fish eggs die in power plants

Perhaps you should campaign for the return of DDT.  (Oct 22, 2008 | post #3)

El Paso, TX

What's so wrong about combining languages?

Sorry, I meant to say that I feel sorry for your LACK of education.  (Oct 13, 2008 | post #98)

El Paso, TX

The continuing saga of the "poor" illegal alien

As an American married to a Mexican (Legally imported) I am particularly bothered by the politicians desire to provide "amnesty " to the illegals here. If they ever do it again I will be knocking on their door demanding my money back! In 1964 dollars. The Mexican paperwork required was really expensive for this poor gringo back then. If I could afford it SO CAN THEY! Techaga'u Wendy rohayhu..  (Sep 28, 2008 | post #46)

El Paso, TX

Mexico colonial church falls after rains

You can't rebuild history. You can't take back harsh words either, so keep your words sweet in case you have to eat them. Techaga'u Wendy. Rohayhu.  (Jul 31, 2008 | post #6)

El Paso, TX

Restaurants close doors in El Paso, Las Cruces

1. It is NOT a function of government to fix railroad tracks. 2. You didn't go to Steak and Ale often enough. Business without profit is charity. 3. Obama! Heap big smoke, no fire! 4. Need a job? Join the Army.  (Jul 31, 2008 | post #78)

El Paso, TX

$1 billion project: El Paso needs roadways

From what I have seen North and South Desert Boulevards and Mesa, Thorn, Redd, and Artcraft ARE storm drains.  (Jul 28, 2008 | post #14)

El Paso, TX

$1 billion project: El Paso needs roadways

If memory serves me in the 60's the trolleys were bought by the city for around 3 million dollars with the intent and promise to do just what you suggest. For years they were stored on cotton street. Then they quietly disappeared, as did the three million taxpayer dollars. Techaga'u Wendy. Rohayhu.  (Jul 28, 2008 | post #13)

El Paso, TX

New transportation commission wants to hear from Texans

I don't think I would give myself your handle, but I'll bet it burns you to see the very expensive very empty buses running around.  (Jul 12, 2008 | post #6)

El Paso, TX

New transportation commission wants to hear from Texans

Actually it is the buses that slow down the traffic. Now if we could somehow get east Texas to pay for some of El Paso's infrastructure:) How about if we didn't send our sales tax to Austin and kept it here?  (Jul 12, 2008 | post #5)

El Paso, TX

New transportation commission wants to hear from Texans

At least when I buy gasoline I get something for my money. What I seem to be getting at the moment from El Paso TAXES is Un-repaired roads, Un-usable buses, (I could have walked home in under the four and a half hours the bus took.) It appears to me that tax money is being consumed by politicians. Look around yourself, every vehicle on the road has a ten dollar 'road and bridge' tax added to the license plate tax, which should be used for nothing but roads and bridges. I now mention the tax on fuel - where does it go??? There are several ways to get to Europe. Try one and write home often. By the way, they also have subsidised housing and 'free' medical care. You will have to learn a new language because you just think you speak English:)  (Jul 12, 2008 | post #4)

El Paso, TX

American Airlines eliminating some Texas jobs; 3 to lose ...

When Pelosi's (D-CA) congress stops blocking more drilling for our own oil, there will still be several more years of high prices at the pump. Techaga'u Wendy. Rohayhu.  (Jul 8, 2008 | post #4)

El Paso, TX

El Paso man extradited from Mexico pleads guilty to drug ...

Pot in the washing machine? And just think, that headline was probably written by a college graduate.  (Jul 8, 2008 | post #1)

Science / Technology

U.S. not prepared for possible asteroid strike, group says

"We are not ready for an unforseen event which may or may not occur." I remenber the quote, but forgot just who said it.  (Jul 6, 2008 | post #39)

El Paso, TX

Reyes' actions in Ju rez kidnapping care are questioned

Politicians are like diapers. They need to be changed; and for the same reason.  (Jun 28, 2008 | post #25)

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