Arlo Bigwater 
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Re: “Edelweiss German Restaurant

These guys are just going through the motions. Ate there last night, with the following issues:

1. Food tastes canned, frozen and re-heated. Nasty greasy fried potatoes, something that was supposed to be a potato dumpling appeared to be more of the same stuffed into a mold and dumped onto the plates
2. Pricey for the type of meals and beverages served
3. Indifferent staff - did not get the main course I ordered, side dishes were not as advertised on menu
4. Badly in need of a renovation - musty

The overall impression is that none of the profits are going back into the business or staff.

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Posted by Arlo Bigwater on 08/12/2010 at 11:15 AM

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Re: “Inside the mind of one atheist

Great article. Everyone has the right to believe anything they like with this limitation - you can't demand I respect the belief itself, particularly some of the most ridiculous varieties of xtianity...

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Posted by Arlo Bigwater on 08/12/2010 at 11:31 AM

Re: “Deportation fears plague locals

"Like many industrialized nations, Mexico has a comprehensive legal and statutory Immigration Policy affecting Mexicans and foreign nationals...

May I be granted Mexican Citizenship?

Acquiring Mexican Citizenship (naturalization) is an involved process. As a minimum, you must have been living in Mexico for a qualifying period* under the auspice of a FM2 visa and have applied for, and been granted, permanent resident status (although exceptions to this rule may apply, depending upon a variety of circumstances).

Marriage to a Mexican national, for example, might enable naturalization with a shorter qualification period. We recommend that you contact an immigration lawyer for full counsel on these matters.

You will be asked to undertake an exam, which you must pass, in order to acquire naturalization/citizenship. An immigration lawyer will be able to advise you about the exam and what things you will need to study and research in order to be able to pass it. The examination is of a "multiple choice" type, comprises of some fifteen questions, and is not hard—although you will need a basic grasp of the Spanish language to pass it.

See Also: Becoming A Naturalized Mexican

*Qualifying periods vary depending on your circumstances. Seek advice from an immigration lawyer about this matter."

Posted by Arlo Bigwater on 08/07/2010 at 6:38 PM

Re: “Deportation fears plague locals

The US did not place those children at risk. Their father did, and so have the parents of every other "anchor baby." Choose, and then pay up.

Posted by Arlo Bigwater on 08/05/2010 at 8:24 AM

Re: “After cops kill his son, a local man fights Vegas PD

This is sad, and I blame the cops. But what role did carrying a sidearm play? Without blaming the victim, that is worth discussing.

Posted by Arlo Bigwater on 08/05/2010 at 8:14 AM

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