This place is turning into quite a royal joke, and it deserves a greasy death. Went to eat here, and of course, was told they dont take a debit card for payment-but, but wait here it comes-we have an ATM inside the restaurant that our customers can get money from, and thats at the rate of $2.50 cents a pop for a withdrawal to pay for your meal. Lets all put our collective genuis' together, and guess who owns the ATM. Maybe the owner, or the owners business acquaintance? I could be wrong completely, but doubt it. If I am not, then the owner can step up to the plate (pun intended) and tell us who owns it-it's on their property I am sure they know.
Rodney Hammond, I have to agree with you totally. I have a medical discharge for the Air Force, with a DD214, and sadly do not receive any benefit from it to assist with employment-in an y way. Everytime I seek employment I am asked of I served. I have to say 'yes, but I am not considered due to a medical discharge." I have suffered, and suffered, living here to get ahead because of the vast job market letting vetereans with vets points exceed past me, and it totally sucks. Just once I would love to be allowed employment on that merit alone, so I can have a gainful oppurtunity that would allow me a life of no suffering.
1. Wayne Harris (Harris Family Enterprises (name listed on their business entity history through the state is Wayne Christopher Harris but the group is an LLC) sure sounds like a great, and greedy, busineeman. I quite going into his stores years back due to his thieving ripoff prices that are unreal.
2. The small "Wine & Liquor" store located at the corner of Pinon Valley Rd. & Centennial Blvd. (next to Blackjack pizza, and across the street from the US Post Office) has a great selection with very good prices. I have seen bottles of Patron liquor here that sell easily for ten dollars less than those priced at Coorado Liquor Outlet. I recommend it highly.
Sex(y) sells, and has been used for years. Such is life in the business marketting game.
I loved how the police blotter mentions his name, but no picture, and you can type his name into google images to see his picture.
"referred directly to May's office, for a decision on whether charges will be filed," id he was assaulted then charges need to be filed, and an arrest needed to be made.
It's a streeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeetch Chevy Blazer.
A very sad story indeed. If his son had all the necessary handgun permits to carry there should definitely be no illegalities involved. I have had them before also, and have been a police officer. The only scenario I could understand is if his son were walking out the door with "gun in hand", for some purposeful reason, and if this is not the case NO police officer should of challenged his son with unnecessary deadly force upon intial contact for probable cause, and a filed interrogation. As for Costco, and their security staff, if there is NO signage posted in reference to CCW carry on their property(s) then they are liable.
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