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  1. MrSparkle

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    California wants to boycott Arizona. I think it's only fitting to repay in kind.

    I'm going to boycott products and services from California.

    Who's with me?
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    I think that sounds like a good idea, but also we can do a "buy-cott" where we go out of our way to buy things from AZ or take a trip there. I was actually considering a trip to AZ to see the new building they got there in Glendale and I can honestly say this legislation increases my chances of going.
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    Good luck boycotting California products and services

    (as for Glendale, I've always thought of Phoenix generally as a hole, unless you're going to lay in the sun or golf, I suppose. My trip for the Super Bowl did little to change that, though the Hyatt we were at was quite nice. Go to that Pizza Bianco in Phoenix and let me know how it is.)
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    Wine and weed. Hmm.
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    Oh c'mon now. There's plenty of people from California that hate Mexicans.
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    And I am sure the illegals have nothing to do with that.
    So in other words it's just like 95% of the other vacation resorts in the country? :D
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    #75 Jersey

    This might be the final wedge between NoCal and SoCal. They're not the same state anyway. 'Bout time for that. California's Too Big to Fail...they need to be broken up.

    Anyone going to AZ needs to see one thing you can't see anywhere else in the world...

    [​IMG]
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    Is that the one that killed the dinosaurs?
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    Giants Stadium? Meadowlands Stadium?

    What the hell is that? The Grand Canyon it ain't...(at least not the famous part)
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    It's a photo of Tehran, circa 2015 :D
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    lol, pretty sure the one that killed the dinosaurs is now what we call the gulf of mexico. maybe if we could just fine tune that aim a bit though.
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    Actually, no, illegal immigrants have nothing to do with it. There's just nothing there.

    The hotels/resorts there are fine. Just not the city.

    (but that really is supposed to be a great pizza place)

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