don evans

don evans 3 weeks, 3 days ago on 614 The Question Is.... Citizenship.

Yes, Obama! And you know the overwhelming majority of ex-cons would vote for him or someone (him or her) like him if given the opportunity.

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don evans 3 weeks, 5 days ago on 610 The Question Is.... Commercial drones.

From what I have seen and read, like it or not, drone aircraft are going to proliferate rapidly. The commercial and financial aspects of using drones in media, retail sales, law enforcement, search and rescue, etc. are enormous. Stand by for Drone only landing zones being designated in our communities. Imagine, order a reasonable size and weight item from your home computer on e-bay, and have it delivered to your home driveway within hours vs days or weeks! Maybe one of the smaller Green Valley Lakes will be designated as a drone landing zone for picking up an item. They can land on water and taxi to a small ramp! Sounds nut's does it not? But it's going to happen I believe. I can understand why the FAA does not want it to happen or to have the oversight responsibility. What a headache. How about your Domino's Pizza delivery! LOL Many new laws will have to be created to control the drone use. Can you say noise complaints, mechanical failure while in flight! A whole new litigation and civil suit field for attorneys! New insurance coverage in case one hit's you or your property! Now that's scary...... And of course, I'll have my own private stealth drone to see what's going on in your back yard! I will control it from my home computer and watch it live on my big screen TV.

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don evans 3 weeks, 6 days ago on HB's Place in Pine, owners memorial service

I am sad to report that Marilyn Patterson, owner of the historical HB's Place restaurant in Pine, AZ has very recently passed away. A memorial service is being held in her memory this Saturday, March 22 11AM, at the old Pine Cemetery for family and friends. We were just regular customers of hers, but I consider her a friend. She was always so sweet and helpful to any person who walked in. We will truly miss her as she was a bright spot in this world. May God bless her, her daughter Sherrie, and the rest of her extended family.

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don evans 4 weeks ago on 632 The Question Is... Separation of powers.

Just a FYI. Did you know that EVERY (all 50) State Constitutions, request that GOD give his guidance and/or blessing in the first several lines of their Constitutions preamble. If you ever travel to the DC Capitol, almost every major Government building has a Christian biblical reference outside or inside of the buildings. Some are exterior stone carved depictions or phrases. And yes, even the Supreme Court building has them, both inside and outside. What you won't see is Buda, Mohammed, Moloch, phrases from the Koran or other religions. Only Christianity, unless something new has been added or changed. And for me, I'm good with that historical tradition of fact.

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don evans 4 weeks ago on Judge won’t run

I posted the following on another article string. >>>>>

Just some personal opinion perspective. I worked under this individual's Court Administrative Supervision and several other Judges for 10.5 years. Is he competent on the law as a Judge, yes. Is he personable, open to suggestion, flexible, and neutral in County political machinations and how they affect court operations. NO. He is part of the old Globe political power structure that wishes to maintain it's stranglehold over all Gila County business and decisions. I found him to be somewhat cold and aloof with respect to the overall majority of his court employees. A, my way or the highway personality and demeanor. I personally never saw his self expressed individual heart felt concerns about his interactions with probationers and their problems. The court and it's related offices are his exclusive domain kingdom. Do not question his policy or suggest a change. His new age philosophy in the article must be a recent development, I never saw it. Again, just my personal opinion based on my experiences. I wish him and his challenger a fair campaign for the position.

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don evans 1 month ago on Judge Duber philosophical about election challenge

Just some personal opinion perspective. I worked under this individual's Court Administrative Supervision and several other Judges for 10.5 years. Is he competent on the law as a Judge, yes. Is he personable, open to suggestion, flexible, and neutral in County political machinations and how they affect court operations. NO. He is part of the old Globe political power structure that wishes to maintain it's stranglehold over all Gila County business and decisions. I found him to be somewhat cold and aloof with respect to the overall majority of his court employees. A, my way or the highway personality and demeanor. I personally never saw his self expressed individual heart felt concerns about his interactions with probationers and their problems. The court and it's related offices are his exclusive domain kingdom. Do not question his policy or suggest a change. His new age philosophy in the article must be a recent development, I never saw it. Again, just my personal opinion based on my experiences. I wish him and his challenger a fair campaign for the position.

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don evans 1 month ago on As Payson Churns

The Target store may possibly be one of their new smaller stores called a Target Express Store.

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don evans 1 month ago on As Payson Churns

It's just a title people...

Latest scuttlebutt is>>>>

  1. The old Country Kitchen Restaurant is going to become one of the "Native New Yorker" chain of restaurants.

  2. A "Target" store will be going in across from the Home Depot.

  3. The Chinese Chain fast food of Panda Express is looking at the vacant old gas station lot at Beeline Hwy and Bonita (S/E corner)

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don evans 1 month, 1 week ago on Using Welfare $$ to buy clinic Pot!!!

It appears that some Govt. Welfare recipients are using their EBT credit cards in so called Medical Marijuana stores to obtain cash from their in house ATM. Then turn around and buy Marijuana with the cash from the store. Ain't it great, ya just gotta love the Govt. and how they spend our tax dollars.

http://kdvr.com/2014/02/19/welfare-cash-pulled-from-atms-inside-colorado-pot-shops/

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don evans 1 month, 1 week ago on Mikel Weisser, Candidate for U.S. House of Reps.

Read this clowns bio info. And he's teaching your children in a public school!

A native Texan and the son of a nightclub singer, Mikel Weisser, after being an accomplished plumber and homeless shelter manager returned to college at 30, collected a MA from the University of Illinois at Springfield, where he presented papers at three national conferences and a M Ed from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. Mikel has lived in Mohave County since the turn of the century, teaching Junior High in Bullhead City and Middle School in Kingman. Mikel Weisser has been a political activist with organizations like Occupy Kingman (Occupy Together), Heartland Peace Center (Springfield, IL), Move On.Org, A.N.S.W.E.R., Amnesty International, Code Pink, and Phoenix's End the War Coalition, both writing and organizing on peace, immigrant rights, and gender bias issues. His recurring humor blog, "Current Comedy" goes back more than 20 years and has been featured on OpEd News, Dissident Voice, AlterNet, Illinois Times, Daily Kos, AZ Central, and his local paper, The Kingman Daily Miner, among others. Reprinted by groups as diverse as from My Gay Spot Entertainment to a Public Enemy fan site, from Useful Information Nation to San Diego's "Draft Notices," Weisser "writes from the left coast of AZ."

Mikel Weisser NOW TEACHES Social Studies and Language Arts to middle-schoolers, is a member of the NORAZ poets, a performance coach for the AZ Arts Commission, a member of the Arizona Education Association fund council and resolutions committees, the Arizona Democratic Party's LGBT Caucus' regional advisor for Western Arizona on Gender Bias Issues, and an organizer of Kingman's annual book festival, KABAM! ("Kingman-Area-Books-Are-Magic!"). A tireless touring poet and performer, Weisser has performed at Chicago's Green Mill, L.A.'s Beyond Baroque, the Beat Museum and Cafe International in San Francisco and standing in the pouring rain ... in various places.

Frustrated with the lack of discussion on "progressive issues", Weisser launched his campaign to bring variety of thought back to public discourse. For all those on the left who are always left out: the poor, the homeless, the LGBT communities, minorities and patient and prisoner rights, Mikel Weisser is a voice for the voiceless, a protest to tell the Right when they’re wrong and to bring America back to its senses. Real democracy doesn’t demand a dress code. Mikel Weisser is already changing the discussion in Arizona. With your help we can change the world. Yes we can!!!! Lol.............Sounds like another community organizer we all know.

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