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El Paso Times

Boxing: David Rodriguez to fight veteran on June 24

Boxing is first and foremost a business David Rodriguez has a record that can make him money all he has to do is manage it correctly. If he goes out and fights a top 25 rated fighter he will lose after only getting one decent payday. He instead is fighting a washed up boxer with a recognizable name here in El Paso and its being promoted as a ďSUPER FIGHTĒ. Two heavy weights rated in the top 100ís is no super fight, but it will be super business, and David will get as good a pay day better than if he was fighting Evander Holyfield, and if he wins he will get a chance to do it again, and again until he loses or takes on a real championship contender. You canít blame David and his team for using his record in the best possible way!  (Jun 23, 2011 | post #67)

El Paso Times

City Council reverses voters on partner benefits

If you are porking your mother I donít see why not!  (Jun 20, 2011 | post #643)

El Paso Times

City Council reverses voters on partner benefits

This is what I meant If these people where straight and married their partners would have health benefits anyway! Everyone should have health benefits its disturbing to be that these religious fanaticals who think they are choosen by GOD to pass judgment are the ones opposing these health benefits that go directly to the well being of these persons. I'd like to applaud the four city cancel members and the Mayor for their progressive and unselfish vote.  (Jun 15, 2011 | post #417)

El Paso Times

City Council reverses voters on partner benefits

If these people where straight and married their partners would have health benefits anyway! Everyone should have health benefits its disturbing to be that these religious fanatical who think are choosen by GOD to pass judgment are the ones opposing these health benefits that go directly for the well being of persons. I'd like to applaud the four city cancel members and the major for their progressive and unselfish vote.  (Jun 15, 2011 | post #416)

El Paso Times

Times Q&A: 'It is Zetas who should tremble:' Juarez polic...

Mexico has very few if any heroes, the ones that are elected by the people to protect them, usually sell out and become so corrupt they are part of the problem or, they are cowards that leave the country some while still in office. Mexicans, are known trough out the world as very festive, great, parties, tequila and pride, but in reality Mexico has a lot of things to feel proud of but being heroic is not one of them. So when I read about a retired Lt. Colonel, who took a job as the Police chef of the most dangerous city in the world that gives me a little fate in Mexicoís recovery. Now the fact that he is a prisoner in his own police station, gives me a sense that he maybe heroic, unlike his predecessors or political bosses who hide like cowardly rats in El Paso, this guy seems to be trying to fix the problem he was hired to fix!  (Jun 12, 2011 | post #57)

El Paso Times

Battle of the Border begins today

The Vicencioís are broke, most of them have been indicted, fired from their jobs, had trade licenses suspended and their name is tainted. Do people still envy them? Ď  (Jun 12, 2011 | post #31)

El Paso Times

Times Q&A: 'It is Zetas who should tremble:' Juarez polic...

I donít know if this guy is legit or not? What I do know is that he did do a good job of cleaning up Tijuana so if he had to use torture or eve executions to get his point across to the criminals so be it. I donít know why all these human right organizations spend so much time protecting the rights of criminals and do so little to protect the lives of honest people.  (Jun 12, 2011 | post #24)

El Paso Times

Boxing: David Rodriguez to fight veteran on June 24

Come on why would anyone mention Cobb and Holmes in the same paragraph as David Rodriguez. Itís because of people like you that this bum gets so much attention. Name one great heavy weight (even if he was never champion) that went 35 and 0 before fighting a legitimate contender?  (Jun 9, 2011 | post #54)

El Paso Times

5 UTEP football games to be televised nationally

Thats good especially because we may not watch any NFL games this year!  (Jun 7, 2011 | post #16)

El Paso Times

Two men arrested for allegedly robbing Northeast pizza ea...

The more blacks the more crime! This is not a raciest comment look at national statistics. North East El Paso has always been the worst part of town for that reason. That is why most white soldiers and officers live in the East and West, also that is why more and more business close in the NE, while more open everywhere else.  (Jun 7, 2011 | post #24)

El Paso Times

Infant taken from Socorro home; mother reportedly threate...

Spill over, not the safest city, all bunch of BS. El Paso is the corridor so that all the drugs can make it to the hand of addicted Americans. Think you can be the world biggest illegal drug consumer and not get caught in some kind of violence? You all should be grateful that the local authorities have kept this city safe despite all the violence happening across the border. I read all your comments and imagine all you negative naysayers as a bunch of cowardly whinny bitshes that need to be slapped in the face to man you up! Those of you who are female are probably a bunch of fat smelly slobs with a bunch of kids smoking weed, yet you have the nerve to complain about spill over! PS>>>Inst ead of complaining some of you idiots have to get a life, like this Walter Mercado character with over 3600 post in less than a month! You are tell me you are not on welfare!  (Jun 7, 2011 | post #11)

El Paso, TX

East Side bar gets painted threat

Buddy you can go anywhere and have your ice cold beer without any worries, this drug war has been going on for years now and the violence hasnít spilled and it wonít. All you are seeing in this forum is a bunch of coward who probably canít afford to buy themselves a beer in anyone of these places anyway. You are more likely to get harassed by drug dealers at bars that been opened for years in El Paso such and The Garage or Bamadeerís on Mesa than you would in Places like Aroma, Don Quintin, or 33 who are owed by known Mexican cartel members.  (Jun 6, 2011 | post #145)

El Paso Times

Mexican shoppers: They play vital part in El Paso economy

If any of you naysayers had any business sense or stakes in the matter, you would soon find that the Manifesto was set into Law to attract Mexican shoppers to Texas. They may not pay Taxes but they insert Millions into the local economy. When I say they donít pay taxes I say it very vaguely considering they do pay Taxes in Restaurant, Bars, and Gas Stations and only 41% of them actually file for Manifesto, the great majority of whom live here in Texas (source http://goliath.ecn ext.com) Anywhere you go or whatever topic you discuss you will always have a bunch of ignorant naysayers coming up with ridicules arguments, but the truth is that if you think our local economy is weak id like you to see how it be like without Mexican money being spent I n the City. Billions of Dollars leave our county each year, because of our dependence on drugs. Its nice to see a little of it coming back!  (Jun 6, 2011 | post #4)

El Paso Times

Goodbye to Northeast's 'Cheers:' Economy leads to closing...

PS donít blame it on the black people who make up less than 10% of the North East population, that is much less than the overall black population of white parts of town in other cities.  (Jun 6, 2011 | post #27)

El Paso Times

Goodbye to Northeast's 'Cheers:' Economy leads to closing...

NE doesn‚Äôt have a mall anymore (not even that indoor swap meet) they barley have a few shopping center on Trans maintain. Very fee super markets, restaurants and decent bars. Where is all that Ft. Bliss money ending up?  (Jun 6, 2011 | post #26)

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