dazed & confused
This place is what Italiano is all about. We've been there more times than I can count and have never been disappointed.
Fantastic food! Great wine list - but Kim usually picks one out for us :o)
The menu is great, but I almost always get the special. Armando is the best!
Try it - you'll love it.
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Amen brother, amen!
I read through each of Mr Howell's points on being a Democrat, and he's convinced me that I'm a republican - NOT! I consider myself a pretty progressive Democrat and I'm not in tune with any of his points.
I also have to say that a few of Mr. Budy's points on 'being republican' don't make much sense either.
Mr. Wark falls in to that category of climate deniers, a title which he is evidently rather proud. I got a kick out of his line that said "This disaster rhetoric is so contrived it should throw up flags for any thinker."
I wouldn't want to confuse him with any facts about California facing the worst drought in history, or polar ice caps dwindling away an alarming rates. Facts, obviously, don't matter when you, yourself are much smarter than 97% of climate scientists who do agree with them.
It makes me want to throw up knowing that he calls himself a thinker.
I'll miss your stories
I would love to see deeper investigation into this. Lameborn is an embarrassment to this district and anything that could be done to discredit him would be welcomed
Using the term courageous and Lameborn in the same sentence is similar to the other oxymoron, "Military Intelligence". If your (not mine) dear congressman is so courageous, why is it that he's too afraid to debate his opponent? Doesn't like the "uncivil tone", meaning facts about his piss poor attendance record and lack of accessibility might be brought to the public eye? http://www.coloradoindependent.com/149194/…
Also, to straighten the facts, Lameborn urged the generals to resign, not "tell the American people the facts". http://www.coloradoindependent.com/149497/…
Of course, facts get in the way of any argument when they aren't to our liking.
We used to shop TJs all the time when we lived in CA. One thing we really liked was the great selection of wines that were good and reasonably low priced. Unfortunately, our CO version of TJs won't carry 2 buck Chuck, but it will still be nice to have an alternative for good produce and other items to the Food Hole.
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