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Las Cruces Sun-News

Driver's license reform a priority for Martinez

Unfortunately repealing this law will result in loads of uninsured unlicensed desperadoes driving the roads of New Mexico. Inevitably, we will see more hazardous chases, more hit'n runs and higher insurance costs.  (Jan 23, 2011 | post #38)

The Santa Fe New Mexican

Festival of faiths: Events aim to honor religious diversity

I went, and it was pretty cool! See a picture of the Aztec dancers: http://flickr.com/ photos/gnarlodious /4024455164/sizes/ o/ Unfortunately some exhibition burned so much incense I felt sick and had to leave early. It seemed like every religion was represented except for Roman Catholic. Wonder why.  (Oct 18, 2009 | post #6)

The Santa Fe New Mexican

Should Victoria Mora make a public applogy?

You people got no respect for local culture.  (Oct 17, 2009 | post #4)

The Santa Fe New Mexican

Festival of faiths: Events aim to honor religious diversity

Free? Who is paying for it? Taxpayers? And how do the atheists feel about that?  (Oct 17, 2009 | post #1)

The Santa Fe New Mexican

Homeless stay tech-savvy

Not true. there are WAY more homeless in other places, like Denver for example. Many more scruffy panhandlers, and more demanding too. In the last 15 years the police have gone a long ways getting rid of homeless people, and those sleeping in cars. Why do you think the jail is halfway to Madrid? So they can toss you out at 1 in the morning in the middle of nowhere freezing your @ss off. Now THAT's Santa Fe hospitality!  (Oct 17, 2009 | post #18)

The Santa Fe New Mexican

Homeless stay tech-savvy

Some homeless bum with an old computer gets prime real estate on the front page? Must be a slow news day! Isn't that picture sort of an invasion of privacy? But seriously, 10 years ago you never saw all these homeless people panhandling on intersections. This is a social ill, reflecting the drastic division between rich and poor we now have. And many of us are only four steps from homelessness.  (Oct 17, 2009 | post #10)

The Santa Fe New Mexican

Reports of Fiesta royalty bout differ

Sounds like a great party! Wish I was there.  (Oct 17, 2009 | post #9)

The Santa Fe New Mexican

Experts predict average winter

Nobody falls for this. Write some real news.  (Oct 16, 2009 | post #6)

The Santa Fe New Mexican

Campaign financing overhauled

It's high time we had publicly funded campaigns as a national policy. Get the legalized bribery out of politics!  (Oct 15, 2009 | post #3)

The Santa Fe New Mexican

Fiesta baile marred by royal scrap

Sounds like a swingin' santa fe party!  (Oct 14, 2009 | post #6)

The Santa Fe New Mexican

Milk and Honey: The tipping point

You can tip anyone, not just waitstaff. Pizza delivery, trash pickup. The vendor at the Farmer's Market. In some places, its the only way to get things done. Like the middle east. You could even call tipping Legalized Optional Bribery.  (Oct 14, 2009 | post #2)

The Santa Fe New Mexican

Los Alamos woman aquitted in death of husband

You can't just throw everyone you want in prison. Someone has to put the brakes on this policy of building prisons and finding criminals to fill them with.  (Oct 13, 2009 | post #10)

The Santa Fe New Mexican

Paul L. Bloom, 1939-2009: Big Oil foe went to battle for ...

They should clone him.  (Oct 12, 2009 | post #6)

The Santa Fe New Mexican

No title

I tried to go the first day, Saturday and was turned away. Seems that it was not really the pumpkin Festival but rather a concert costing $40 (plus $5 to park). I think it was intentional false advertising to drum up attendees, because this Horse Park owner has a long history of mercenary activity. I am surprised Hutton Broadcasting threw themselves into it so heartily.  (Oct 12, 2009 | post #5)

New Mexico

In-groups grumble over more Indian casinos

It reminds me of "It's a Beautiful Life", where the town is full of saloons, pawnshops and poverty. All these casinos are symptomatic of a get while the gettin's good society.  (Oct 11, 2009 | post #4)

Q & A with Gnarlodious

Headline:

Ideologically opposed to art

Hometown:

Santa Fe

Neighborhood:

Indian School

Local Favorites:

Green & hot

I Belong To:

A cat

When I'm Not on Topix:

Programming Python

Read My Forum Posts Because:

you hate my hair

I'm Listening To:

Time

Read This Book:

The Bible

Favorite Things:

Diesel Vanagon, Apple computers

On My Mind:

Time

Blog / Website / Homepage:

http://Gnarlodious.com

I Believe In:

the intrinsic inevitability of time.