make money online no selling.com

Find money online for fast debt

makemoneyonlinenoselling.com is online service which helps you acquire cash money online


Flag
State Arizona
Legal status 🚫
Prohibited

1011 N Pantano Road No. 115, Tucson, AZ 85710

Arizona

Tucson

1842 W Broadway Road, Mesa, AZ 85202

Arizona

Mesa

3930 W Ina Road, Tucson, AZ 85741

Arizona

Tucson

8450 West McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85003

Arizona

Phoenix

1309 W Guadalupe Road No. 1, Mesa, AZ 85202

Arizona

Mesa

1112 S Craycroft Road, Tucson, AZ 85711

Arizona

Tucson

278 W. 32nd Street, Yuma, AZ 85364

Arizona

Yuma

710 West Elliot Rd, Tempe, AZ 85284

Arizona

Tempe

12875 West Bell Road, Surprise, AZ 85374

Arizona

Surprise

12370 N 83rd Avenue No. 1, Peoria, AZ 85381

Arizona

Peoria


Frequently asked questions about arizona money

  • Unopened Arizona Tea cans? Yes make sure their cold :sell them 2 of them for $4 dollars total that seems like a fair price :)
  • most people work for their money... although there are some that rob banks, and take advantage of welfare programs. does that help?
  • Make a tunnel to mexico and import drugs, just kidding.
  • Selling air conditioners??
  • Sorry, there are not many legal ways for a 12 year old to make money in Arizona. Your best bet is finding people that need house or yard work done, or people willing to pay you for taking care of their animals (like dog walking). Most companies can not hire you until you are at least 16, or 18 if the job operates machinery or has cash handling. Check the bulletin boards at local supermarkets, you may find people looking for care in these areas. Do not meet these people alone! Make sure one of your parents goes with you to meet potential clients, and follow your parent's decision about the work.
  • My suggestion is to look around your own neighborhood. Babysitting, yard work, dogs that need walking or picking up after. Maybe running errands for a neighbor. Also, if you are industrious: Look at what your friends are buying, and see what you can do to offer it to them. What I mean is this: Maybe there are girls you know that like fingernail polish. Buy it in bulk or several bottles at a time, and sell it to them for a profit. So, maybe you can buy a bottle for 99 cents. You can sell it to your friends for 1.50. Talk to your parents about buying in bulk online. Orientaltrading.com has a lot of great stuff that you can buy in bulk. Candy, small purses, necklaces, party supplies, etc. You name it! I am sure you can find it. I stress TALK TO YOUR ADULTS AT HOME, FIRST. Good luck!
  • There is a Travelex currency exchange in Terminal 4 at Phoenix Sky Harbor International airport. American Express branch offices also have currency exchange. I recommend calling ahead, because with unpopular currencies (like Nigerian Naira), they may need advance notice, or they may not be able to do it at all. Another solution is to contact large commercial banks (like Bank of America, Chase, US Bank) and ask if they buy paper currency. They may be able to do it for you, although they will probably charge a fee.
  • Disorderly conduct. (Attempting to make a sexual connection). He did not pay for sex (that we know about). He has solicited sex before and had some accusations made. Apparently the authorities know this specific bathroom is used for the purpose of soliciting sex and that is why the officer was there. He was trying to catch people who are doing this when Larry Craig made his toe tapping, hand moving solicitation. He also made a guilty plea. If he were innocent, he would have gone kicking and screaming in total denial of being falsly accused. He didn't do that.
  • Check out the two sites below for information on Arizona salaries. The answer may be in the report.
  • Probably a department store salesperson if their pay is based on commission.
  • Department store clerk, if on commission and in a dept with good sales.
  • Up until recently, Arizona has been credentialing massage professionals through county/city agencies. I found this info regarding licensing requirements for the state, which looks like they are soon to be in affect. It would be wise to research this further to avoid legal recourse. http://www.azamta.org/state_licensing.ht...Many of the state statutes and regulations determine the practice of massage, whether being paid or not, as being a service reserved for those who have obtained the proper credentialing. It mainly becomes an issue of public health and safety. Depending on the laws and statutes that will be in affect in Arizona, there may be fines, penalties and/or jail time.
  • Most states require a license for massage therapists, and graduating from a massage school is required to get a license. Practicing without a license results in hefty fines and also may prevent you from ever qualifying for any kind of professional license. This a partly to make sure massage therapists are qualified and partly an attempt to prevent prostitutes from advertising massage services; if you offer massage without a license some potential customers will assume that is the kind of service you are offering. I had to provide a copy of my professional license to get liability insurance, commercial insurance, my state massage business license and my local business license. I also had to give my landlord a copy to lease my office. Do a web search for your state name and "massage license requirement" or "massage board" to find out what your state requires.
  • You will find out most of the workers in Arizona are non-union. I bet they don't make what you would like to think that they make
  • Figure the house is approx 2500 square feet, and you have mid market amenities and fixtures you can expect to pay between $200,000-$300,000. I don't think you will save money on what you would buy in a new subdivision, but if the house is well built and attractive for the market, you will have higher return on the dollar. Variables will impact cost, including community and style of home, this was an estimate based on over all cost of custom built homes.
  • i hope u enjoy ur new home. i think the cost differs from time to time, but sure bring professionals to do it , other wise the money u will save it for now you will lose it later in repairing .
  • Divide 6000 miles (3000 x 2) by how many miles per gallon her car gets. Multiply that number by $4 (average price of gas) Money for at least 2 days of stay in a motel. Money for eating along the way, tolls, miscelaneous expenses.
  • You're a smart kid ; Solve the problem Her routing is I-90 W > I-81 S > I-40 W > I-17 Her goal is 600 east of the Mississippi 700 mpd west of the Mississippi She starts her day w/ a full tank and fill up every 250 miles regardless of what her gas gage says Go to mapquest et al Plan her route and calculate her gas costs
  • A successfuly plastic surgeon and make a lot more than that, if working in a private clinic in a major city. A good rule of thumb is that the Federal and State governments will end up with about 50% of your gross income. That doesn't include sales, property, vehicle and other taxes and fees. Expect that it will go up in future, as the federal and state deficits take hold.
  • by the time you grow up the rates and schedules may be vastly different, and it is very possible your target pay is also very temporary
  • How does she have kids in both states, Im confused? In california, 1 parent and 1 child get a little less than $600, so I am assuming 2 children it is $750 or so. As for Arizona, I have no idea, but probably like $500 for 2 kids
  • It would totally differ for each situation, children's age, her employment status ect... There are loads of charities out there you can check and see what they offer since you will not be able to get answers from the states on her behalf. Charity is better anyway as it encourages brother and sister hood and is more likely to lead to fiscal independence sooner enabling your friend a better life in the long run where her children are taught not to depend on invisible government agencies but where they are taught to depend on other real people.
  • Probably just enough to rub two nickels together. She should probably go down to the nearest AFDC office, and see what she is eligible for. It's a real pain to go through this process.
  • Figure out your transportation costs to get to and from your friends house. Depending on the mode, your costs will vary: Train: Getting to the train station; the train ride; getting from the train to your friends house. How many days will you be on the train? You'll need to buy food. Plane: Getting to and from airport, airport parking if taking your own car, and the airline ticket. How are you getting to your friends house once in town? If he's picking you up, no extra cost. If not, you'll need to factor in how much you'll need to get from the airport to his house. Car: You'll need money for fuel, food on the way, and any Hotel stops on the way. Once in town: You'll need some money to have fun with, and to also pay for your own food. At least $50 a day unless you plan on living off your friend. All told: You need between $700 and $2000 dollars depending on the options you choose.
  • I moved here a month ago from new england it cost me less than $500 for both gas & toll booths. Gas has gone down nation wide since then so gas will be even cheaper now. I drove a car that got 30 mpg. You'll get there in a day or less I had to drive from oklahoma city where I stayed at a hotel and leaving that day at 10am-11am I got to phoenix late at night but I also had car problem so that delayed me an hour. Bring the money you'll need for your house/apartment. Bring $1000 for the trip there for gas toll booths food hotels and for emergency incase of any car troubles you should have way more than enough money for that trip with $1000 but if you have a car that's bad on gas just bring $1500 just to be safe.
  • Truck or car? Any way a truck will cost around 400 from houston to phon.. so not many details google it
  • On a quick search, I found this: http://www.relocation.com/library/moving_calculator.html
  • A lot of tax free money goes into Mexico's economy from that 20 million illegals. These are people they do not need to care for, feed, provide health care, or education. It's a hell of a deal for them.
  • $25B was wired into MX from the US in 2009 http://azstarnet.com/article_3023d4aa-1a...Check out this article. MX is willing to invest workers and money in their consulates in AZ, but not in their citizens still living in MX.
  • Zero, because they don't. Good try. Prove me wrong by giving us a source.
  • Learning to use spell check would be a good start.
  • Collect aluminium cans and sell them.
  • Derek will be on the show next year I think either Lexie or Arizona
  • Grey?
  • Derek because he will not be on the show next year.
  • Uh, no. Wrecking our economy wouldn't save us money -- quite the opposite.
  • Making illegal immigrants criminals and deporting illegal immigrants would actually hurt the economy of Cal, not improve it. This is because so so many illegal immigrants reside in California.
  • All they have to show is that the property was gained because of profits from illegal operations. You don't have to be charged with a crime, all they must do is show that it came from illegally gained profits. Also if you mingle leaglly earned and illegally earned money and it can't be shown from which the property was obtained they can claim the property. You can file in court challenging their designation, but absent a court ruling that the property was not "ill-gotten" or that the police didn't follow the law in obtaining it you're not going to get it back.
  • A deposit for an inmate's trust account may be mailed to the inmate at the inmate's assigned institution. The deposit of funds to an inmate's trust account must be a negotiable instrument such as a money order, cashier's check, business check, or a check from any government entity. Cash or personal checks or Bill Payment checks will not be accepted and will be returned to the sender. The form of deposit must be payable to ADC and marked clearly and legibly on the check as in the following example: Payable to: ADC for the account of (inmate's first and last legal name and ADC number)
  • Contact the Arizona department of corrections and they will tell you all the details about sending money to inmates and the types of payment that are accepted.
  • God forbid you go to the department of corrections website or call them for the actual information. Does your husband know he married an idiot?
  • They misspent it! Their Sheriff Joe Arpaio has a lot to do with it too. But you know they'll keep blaming Obama. That's typical of Republicans. Joe Arpaio and Pals Misspent $99.5 Million of Your Money http://blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com/valleyf...
  • They have 90 days after the draw to refund your money
  • Your cheque is ..ummmm....ahhhh....in the mail.
  • every time you get change, throw it in a jar. every time you get a dollar bill (or a 5 or 10), throw it in a jar. every week put $20 in an envelope. don't spend any of this! then after a month or two, see how much you have!
  • No, it showed that Arizona's governor has common sense.
  • Liberals. Republicans are radical bigots when they stick to their guns and then they are greedy when they don't. What about the fact that the ACLU has sued the Obama administration multiple times and yet liberals here hold him blameless? That shows a love for money...just the taxpayer's.
  • Umm, no? Perhaps you are unfamiliar with the Legislative process? This can be forgiven. I blame Public Education
  • Yes it is interesting that she didn't veto it because it was wrong or unjust or anything but rather because it would cost them money.
  • If that were true, Jan Brewer would not Veto it
  • Contact the AZ Bar Association. Link below. They can put you in touch with an attorney that will help you pro bono (free) Another resource is Arizona Child Protection Services. See second link.
  • You can file for temporary guardianship and with the information you gave above they shoudl give it to you immediately. You will then have the rights to protect and raise your grandson. I would not get DCFS involved if you don't have to, they could take the child from you too temporarily until the court non sense is over, also your grandson is safe now that he is with you. If she takes him back befor you get guardianship call DCFS so you know he will be safe. Good Luck
  • The best thing to do would be to contact your state child services. They will be able to get you health insurance, maybe a stipend, they will be also be able to get you temporary guardianship so you won't have to pay for anything. Either way, they will be involved. The court will end up filing a 51A on your daughter and becasue a child is involved, they will contact the child service agency. You can just eliminate the steps. They can also force your daughter to get help, back on med, therapy, etc.
  • won 4300 thank you arizona
  • Whoever comes in second in the NL West. The NL east will be close, but both the Mets and Braves are faltering a little too much for the wild card to come out of there...right now. There is a lot of season to be played though. No offense, but I am more than willing to take your money on the Astros, I would enjoy winning that bet.
  • I only won about $20 on the Cards-Eagles game. I wasn't realistically expecting them to win. I was just throwin money at it kuz I was bored. Worked out though. Go Cards.
  • I lost $150, but won $250 on AFC
  • 85-15 Steelers Game Unless the Steelers D doesn't show up...It could happen. And to answer your question I lost $200 on the game, didn't expect the Cards to pull it off.
  • no, but I lost $150 on the steelers/ravens game... :( Cards have a 50/50 shot at winning the superbowl...on any given sunday...
  • No. The taxpayers of Arizona who supply the money for the police do not want to pay for your personnel needs
  • No, the police don't do that.
  • Why would the police pay for that?
  • Um, the police can shoot you for asking. They don't help with that (or anything else).
  • you can put your thump up next to the highway . or take a bus .
  • No
  • They is. Google buycott arizona. you wont hear about it on the news but people from all over have been coming here to spend money and show support against the boycotters.
  • I am! I have a good friend in Arizona. Would hate for him to legally become a mexican. He's italian/american now.
  • some are thank you to them still see alot of cali plates here
  • Yes we is!
  • I don't be.
  • I think you're thinking of the man-made haunted house in Fear Farm.. Ever year around Halloween (usually from September to Early November) there is a mini amusement park. I think it's in Glendale or Phoenix but I'm not so sure, since I've never been. It has mazes, houses, and a bunch of other places where hired people dress up as goblins, dolls, clowns, etc. to scare you. It's pretty scary from what i've heard, but lots of fun! So there is this part of Fear Farm, that I think is called "thirteenth floors" or something, and I heard that if you make it all the way up, you get your money back.. I also heard that rumor was false and people don't actually get any money back.
  • It would cost more money then an airplane ticket or a bus ticket would cost. I'm in Ohio and I'm not sure if a cab company would allow one of their cabbies to go that far. They would probably want all the money up front. Plus one would have to pay for the cabbies hotel/motel room. Each time they need to stop and sleep for awhile. I would think one would have to pay for the cabbies food also. The only thing I know to suggest is. Call your local cab company and ask them. Good luck. :-)
  • Maybe if you had a trainload. Otherwise, plastic has no cash value in the recycling arena of small lots. Glass consumes too much energy to ship back to the originating factory to be cost effective.
  • There are landscaping jobs here too but not as many because not as many people here have lawns. Most people plant low maintenance plants like cacti and palo verde, etc. You could babysit, walk dogs or pet sit when people go away. You could clean houses too.
  • Hey! I love in Arizona! Arizona sucks thoughh.. Cleaning pools is just about it.. Oh, and pulling weeds. Sometimes people will also hire you to cut their cactus.
  • The corner. Arizona people get lonely to sometimes.
  • babysitting
  • I emailed Guv Brewer several weeks ago after she said that Arizona needed a tax hike to avert "catastrophe" in the form of former guv Comrade Nappy Napolitano's $2 billion budget hole. Told Janny that I would offer my services for free to come on down to the state capital and point out all of the existing waste that could easily be cut from government before one penny of new taxes need be raised. Until all of the "departments of" are gutted, telling the citizens they need to pay more to avert a phony "catastrophe" is absurd. No response, by the way. She probably emailed now Homeland Insecurity director Nappy Napolitano to put me on the enemies list.
  • <~~~Illinois resident here. After Blago was impeached, we got Pat Quinn.....he now wants to raise our taxes by 50%?!?!?! because we have a $10 billion deficit. I'm not kidding. and oh yeah....illegal aliens get free healthcare and housing in our state. Taking care of illegals has bankrupted our state, yet Democrats say taxes are too low. They'd rather bankrupt us, than say 'No' to the illegals. They really want that illegal vote.
  • Which states want to finance illegals' college education? Come on people enough is enough! We cannot afford the waste.
  • Where's all the money that Obama wants to give to the states?
  • Therein lies the problem, get rid of the illegals and the problem goes away.
  • 1. He is distracting the American public away from other issues such as the economy and terrorism. 2. He is trying to keep his voter base from figuring out that his plans are the wrong plans before they change the party they are planning to vote for in November. 3. He loves creating conflict of interest situations. There is nothing better to have a sitting US Supreme Court Justice whose last act in her old job was to have her office draft the legal papers for the law suit challenging the Arizona immigration law. We at least no how she will vote when the case gets to the Supreme Court.
  • It's about time someone did. He's be overstepping his authority for years. I predict Paul Grass will win best answer.
  • Because Mexico says so.
  • In my opinion it is because 0bama is flexing his muscle as he is very intolerant of those who oppose his rule epically if they are upholding the law
  • EVERYTHING 0bama does is a waste of time but he will not be able to *outdo* Gov. Brewer!
  • It was called the Central Arizona Project and it was mostly completed between 1973 and 1993. Wouldn't it be funny if you actually knew what you were talking about?
  • i did not understand the idea
  • Everyone in Arizona will suffer economically. Just the result of conservatives doing what they do best.
  • The boycotts are targeted at businesses, you know the only voice that has any power in this country.
  • They're meditating like crazy under their pyramid frames and crystals trying to find a way to get their lawns mowed.
  • No, but the hot rocks and crystals will.
  • Not nearly as much as the inbreeds are.
  • No, they teleport themselves in, so no travel costs.
  • Bad Karma ............probably
  • Oh look the one man propaganda machine is still amazed that Arizona's lame law got challenged in court. What's wrong with the picture is you seem to think other's are as deluded as you are by grand standing politicians that pass laws that serve no purpose except to make them look good with ignorant voters and to waste money. Want to balance the budget? Stop wasting taxes with invalid laws.
  • The U.S. government has to secure its borders soon and Mexico needs Marshall law yesterday.
  • Please provide the link showing that "Mexico has teamed up with Obama in Arizona lawsuit"
  • ITS NOT DIFFICULT AT ALL IN AZ... GET AHOLD OF YOUR UNCLE & ASK HIM FOR HIS INMATE NUMBER AS WELL AS WHO TO CALL TO PUT MONEY ON THE BOOKS FOR YOU. THEY ALSO ALOW I BOX EVERY SO MANY MONTHS IF HE IS NOT BEEN A PROBLEM... AGAIN ASK HIM WHAT HE CAN GET THERE ARE LIMITATIONS. WE USED TO SEND CLOTHING & STUF I FOR PEOPLE WHEN WE DID PRISON MINISTRY. IF YOU RUN INTO COMPLICATIONS OR NEED HELP OUT THERE CONTACT " MY FATHERS HOUSE MINISTRY" I KNOW PASTOR DAVID THERE... HE GOES INTO THE 2 IN ELOY REGULARLY
  • Here are the instructions for depositing money in an inmates account at Red Rock CCA http://www.correctionscorp.com/static/fa...
  • Call them up and ask them. Or look on the state website. (sometimes states have laws on whats allowed into a prison) Sometimes inmates aren't allowed money because they can use it to buy contraband from other inmates.
  • and police sufficiently? I just want to know, from someone who actually lives and works there. The Cincinatti Reds wanted us to give them a new stadium and they would have to pay exactly $0, as well as retain the naming rights to sell later. The voters didn't fall for that, and they essentially said, I'm taking my ball and moving to Arizona. They'll be playing in Goodyear, which is a hell of a name for a town. But, if they have $80 million, just laying around, I want to know if their teachers and cops are making a decent salary. Here in FL they're underpaid (in comparison w/ northern states) as it was, and now they're making cuts (not because of the team, but because of the "housing bubble"). Or, are they (like Florida) cashing tomorrow's checks today?
  • Teachers have never been paid very well from what I understand. Now maybe if we could reduce the amount of money the professional athletes get it might be another story. I understand the Cleveland Indians used to train in Tucson and they're rejoining the Cactus League in 2009 after a 15 year absence. The team comes in, the crowds follow, the money comes with, businesses profit... Goodyear is not far from Glendale where the new Cardinal Stadium is located. All of it used to be cotton fields.
  • Teachers are paid by the state though. But good point.
  • Well I live in Phoenix s there might be a difference but here the tax would be %8.5 = $40
  • $1.00 arizona is ghetto so it wont cost much
  • Depends on which college you are going to and where it is. Phoenix is very expensive, while Flagstaff is reasonable. Plus you will have the non-resident tuition at those colleges which will increase your expenses. Of course if you are single and can get a scholarship living in the dorms and buying a meal ticket at the beginning of each semester can help. Of course no all universities offer the meal plan. I know Butte's University of Montana has there meal plan for around $900 and that supplies you with 3 meals per day plus 1 snack. And for an addition $1200 you can live in the dorms for the semester. There is also scholarships you can get to pay for it all that are fairly easy to obtain.
  • it depends on the size of your house now and what you are planning to move into. And if you can sell your current house
  • Do they restrict you if you live in AZ? I guess that it must be illegal then? Move to another state would be my first thought. Good luck.
  • Heck, I'll accept a certified check... forget the cash. Yes, I agree... Alan Grayson needs all the help he can get. He's a mental case.
  • I suppose if you looked around on the internet you might find some organization taking contributions for the Arizona deal, but as far as Grayson is concerned he is beyond help.
  • You mean Alan Retardson. Why does he need any help? He just lost the election and he can go back working for George Soros and maybe be a rioter leader, or teach orgs of sheep how to lie and steal etc..
  • If they aren't citizens or have a green card to be here, they should be deported. Or maybe you should sell your social security number to a few of them and then you can pay off all their back taxes, credit cards, car payments, vehicle impound fees, medical bills, etc. If you feel sorry for them, you must be one of them.
  • So, what you are saying is that you would like to donate money to people that have no regard for the laws of this country.
  • Send money to me.....I think AZ should have went farther.
  • I'm working on that. I will send you my address. Just make the check out to CASH.
  • To get it there the fastest way possible flush it down your toilet.........it will be direct deposited........
  • grow up...
  • also, I feel less protected now that the Mexican drug lords are taking their drug wars into America, do you feel safe? Can the government use my taxpayer money to keep promises they make, such as the one when they forced the stimulus down our throat stating that it will keep unemployment at or below 8%? Since it didn't, does that mean that a) the government doesn't know what they're doing or b) they don't care about the wants of the American people who voted them in and pay their salaries with their tax dollars? Because, a majority of voters did not want the stimulus.
  • To uphold the Constitution. That's not important to you? I feel safe. Crime is down in AZ, and all through the Southwest. Don't believe the slant.
  • Yes, research funding is allocated to many different causes and it would be wrong to impose conditions on what subjects can or cannot be studied We all have different interests and priority's and It would be impossible to tailor a system to suit every individual Although I've no real interest in this research I can see why it would be useful to find out why people feel so persecuted by their own community that they want to move countries, maybe the study should begin by investigating how the views of the 'Daily Mail' contribute to that persecution
  • This is all about votes for the Democratic Party. Since Latino and Hispanics vote Dem, expelling 10 million Mexicans will not work well for the Dem's. Though a high percentage of Americans agree with Az, this is not about what we want, it's about what Obama wants.
  • The Federal government is REQUIRED to defend the Constitution. If they have legal opinions that a state law violates the constitution, they HAVE to defend it. It's as simple as that.
  • 0bama=votes its that simple
  • Punitive? Medical? Whatever is to cover actual expenses is not taxed. Medical isnt usually taxed. Punitive is taxed.
  • Most "Red" states are doing fine, while "Blue" states like California and New York are going down the drain in debt. Once the public learns that you cannot punish the rich with taxes and expect to create jobs, the quicker the economically collapsing blue states will recover. When have you ever been offered a job from a poor person. Trickle up economics only pulls everyone down and no one can get a step-up.
  • Depends on what the money is for. If for lost wages, yes. If for injuries or property damage, no.
  • Any amount recieved for loss of wages is taxable
  • restoration is not taxable
  • A few hundreds bucks for the bus ride. But Arizona is not the cheapest place either to live.
  • I moved to Bullhead City Arizona, in 2005, from Wisconsin. It costs me about $1,900.00 to rent a truck, I lived out there for a year, then came back to visit family and stayed here for a year and a half. I then went back for two months and decided to come back permanantly. So October of 2008, I rented another truck, about the same cost, but gas was so high at that time. Costs me about $800.00 or more for gas. Yes I drove the truck myself, with my car hauled on the back. I can't live out there, It's too damn hot!!! I welcomed the winters back here. Also I missed the four seasons.
  • I stay in Phoenix, and that i like it right here! you will desire to circulate! Hamilton extreme college in Chandler is particularly solid academically, and that they have got a dazzling activities software, in case you're into activities. There are additionally many water parks right here to bypass to in the spring/summer time (moist 'n' Wild, Sunsplash/Golfland and so on.) procuring is remarkable, too. there are a number of enormous department shops. there is frequently no humidity right here, continually dry (no count if warm or chilly). It rains each and every so usually, frequently merely in the summer time (monsoons). that's incredibly heat in summer time like various of how as much as one hundred twenty stages, even though it is not that undesirable, via fact there is not any humidity. In wintry climate, it gets in the 60's for the duration of the day. solid success!
  • im in pa i also am going to be moving to az i cant stand the cold anymore i been here for 18years. i am also a high school grad im 18. im leaving with 3grand. and ima trans fur jobs down there. it should be fun there
  • The kidnapping capital of the world is currently Bogota Colombia. Pheonix has become number two - in the world. The crime rates in AZ now match that of NYC. The illegal problem is way way way out of control there.
  • It's not - although an overwhelming majority of illegal residents do actually pay (and in most cases, overpay) on their taxes. Nonetheless, they did not get here legally and they should not be rewarded for that. They can go back and try again. But the way Arizona is handling it is not right. Being able to single out foreign-looking people just because there is "reasonable suspicion" that they may be illegal is wrong. Will a white person ever be called our for this? Maybe in rare cases. Will Hispanics or Asians be called our for this? Frequently. That is racial discrimination and that is not the right way to carry things. We are a country of justice and equality.
  • It is rightfully a Federal issue to deal with. I'm actually glad that Arizona passed the immigration bill (a flawed one at best) because it has galvanized the country and maybe will put pressure on our Washington Representatives to gather up their cajones and do their jobs. "Politics, it seems to me, for years, or all too long, has been concerned with right or left instead of right or wrong." ~Richard Armour
  • No mention of the raping your getting from Wall Street bankers. Why is that? You want to talk about waste and what's illegal? Seems that the undocumented are actually contributing to this economy while the other (documented) is pilfering and looting our treasury.
  • They are under no obligation. But by the same coin. we're not obligated to do business with Arizona. We have the right to boycott AZ if they have the right to discriminate based on race and the right to go against the 4th amendment of the Constitution.
  • Because they refuse to pull up the root of the problem the Republican business people who are the reason we have illegals. If you want to get rid of a bad weed in your garden don't just remove what you can see that will not help. You need to get rid of the root.
  • IT SHOULD NOT.. AND IT IS WRONG FOR THE FEDS TO LET IT GO ON. Take all the damn illegals to Washington then.. let obama pay for them if he loves them so much.
  • You forgot the human trafficking and the drug cartels. We shouldn't do any thing about that, because it is racist to arrest brown people.
  • illegal aliens cost the US over 250 Billion a year. 54% of illegal aliens are on welfare. 98% of illegal aliens have less than a HS diploma. All illegal aliens need to be deported.
  • It has nothing to do with any of that . It's ONLY about dem votes once the illegals get amnesty ! Nothing more nothing less ! Not about compassion , or any of that , just dem VOTES ..........
  • My friend and I were out in the desert behind my house and street and such, and we found out that there are literally Hundreds of cans just sitting out there. We cleaned a LOT of them up, and I got curious, is there still places where we can redeem the cans for money (Like 3C a can or whatever?) Also, is it okay if they're rusty? I couldn't find anything on the site saying yes or no to it. http://www.tucsonrecycles.org/
  • try HTTP:// WWW.YELLOWBOOK.COM/RECYCLE/TUCSON/AZ
  • No, I have not received it either. Chase says they post the funds the same day it is received by the state for individual payments however DES has not sent any transfer and they claim it was to be done Wed, Th & Fri..........
  • unless you can get them deported you can not compete -- if you know of any illegal immigrant you can report them to the ins and if they do not do anything bring it to the attention of tv news!!!
  • well maybe u could baby sit or clean...
  • Caddy at a Golf Course. You'll make great money, get great exercise, and you'll have an opportunity for a college scholarship as an Evan's Scholar. In addition to that, you'll be hanging around influential people that can probably get you into future Sun's games. Who knows, maybe you'll caddy for some ex-players. This is the right time of year to caddy, as most college caddies are away at school. Washing cars is another idea I caddied at an exclusive club just a couple of years ago when I was between jobs, and made $100 per day.
  • coming from someone who has lived in Arizona, I'd say find yourself a neighborhood and offer grass cutting. VERY hard work, and it's exactly why it would work. No one wants to cut their grass in the middle of the summer heat. It might get a little harder being the cooler season, but I'd just say yard work is the easiest way to get money, but you can't be lazy and you have to work harder. People are more likely to pay someone like yourself than a service as long as your committed and do a good job.
  • Get an allowance (which is like sooooo 11 yr old) Since you are too young to get a job, try babysitting, doing yardwork for the neibors and sell some old clothes. When you turn 14, go find a job at publix. they have great benifeits and they can pay full college tuition
  • Go to Sam's or BJ store and get the fundraiser candy bars and sell them for either a dollar ($1) each candy bar or $2 each candy bar. Also talk to your mom about this and let her know that you are goig to be helping out in the house chores to get some allowances.
  • go to Costco, buy Gatorade or other power drink, and sell the drinks to joggers in the bigger parks! :) OR, collect some pallets from different local businesses that don't want them, and then sell them for $3-$5 to pallet exchange places, there are quite a few in Phoenix! :)
  • Babysit, sell your toys, do some household chores for your parents and ask for an allowance
  • www.treasuretrooper.com/196587 Good site, got a good paycheck this month. Have to be over 13 to join.
  • baby-sitting always works or do odd jobs for you neighbors works too
  • none you carry as much as you want
  • I knew someone who DID carry much cash through airports, when he was going abroad to antique auctions....and I mean like a couple hundred grand. Eventually he was stopped, questioned, told them straight, and they even contacted the tax authorities. Strange when they are needed by their own, answers are available instantly....but I digress. So, they said he was this businessman, etc, etc, and he was able to continue. BUT, in the states, he was called into the bank, whereby they told him they were closing his accounts, as 'he traded too much cash'. No questions, no pleading with them, they just closed him. So some people are very wary of using large amounts of cash. Another guy I know, left Ireland with 50k USD....to buy an American car he dreamed of. On arrival to the states, he filled in the form of declaration, and the guy at the desk didn't even read it!!!! So he said, aren't you even going to read it? He sort of woke up from his dreamworld, and said 'Oh, you ticked one of the boxes'! Asked what he had he mentioned the cash, and a couple of Q's later, he was on his way. So, I would imagine that given the current travelling climate, you SHOULD expect to explain yourself. Oh and the Police in London and the surrounding major rail networks are using sniffer dogs to detect the smell of cash. And with the recovery agency now in existance, you'd better have a good reason to have cash - if you want to keep it! My 2c.
  • There is no limit to the amount of money you can carry inside the USA. Just use common sense to protect yourself against theft. Perhaps you should use credit cards and/or travelers checks - even ATMs.
  • If you are driving, there is no limit. Unless you get stopped for speeding, no one will even be talking to you. The limit of money transported is a big concern when you try to leave or re-enter the country.
  • As much as you want, but you had better have proof of it's source or it could be considered drug money. Cashiers or travelers checks, or even a prepaid card would be safer.
  • Per this article as little as $2,000 may arouse suspicion. $10,000 and you are begging to be investigated. http://smallbusiness.chron.com/suspiciou...See also the section labeled "Preventive" at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Money_laund... sec
  • wow this law is really costing Arizona money.
  • He's the Terminator. He's not afraid of anything, or anyone.
  • Yes he is. He's a coward. Also, this story is several months old.
  • Of course you don't source your assertions because you can not. You can not prop up wages beyond their natural level or you wind up losing the job period.
  • Oh, I could think of a few social programs I would start with. Who cares they didn't sell the capital building? You have to start making cuts somewhere. The wasteful money spent on public unions were just the first to take a hit.
  • And your evidence for this is? What republicans want to do is make sure American workers get to keep more of what they earn. Liberals consider anyone with a job to be "rich".
  • continue electing democrats...that will cut wages for sure
  • captain blubber is right.....he is fat.
  • It was actually funding for a cowboy poetry festival in Elko, NV that Harry Reid was attempting to preserve the funding for. I would tend to doubt that funding for it survived the budget deal considering how much of a stink was made about it.
  • Most pawn shops buy things for about 1/4 to 1/2 of what they will sell for. but selling games is a different story. Try Game Stop. They buy & sell used games like that. Try Bookman's too. they often buy stuff like that. Or sell them on ebay or craigslist.
  • Hey Spear, it's hard to quantify on a forum like this, too many variables, but I would say you are focusing on the wrong technology. Rural Arizona, is quite sunny and hot. Solar panels work well in sun, and terribly in hot weather. Your overall result would be middle of the road as far as energy production. Lots of people in desert environments use them, but only a few panels for remote or backup power. If you're serious about solar grid power in the Southwest and planning on several acres, solar thermal is the way to go. There are currently two experimental plants in that area, both focus the suns rays onto a large boiler that makes steam to run a turbine. It works great, in the day time. What the Germans are working on is better. They are using oil as a heat storage medium. Focusing the suns rays on an oil heat exchanger, heating the oil to several hundred degrees. Oil does not boil until it heats to about 600 degrees if my memory is good. Then the oil is circulated back into large insulated tanks. The tanks in turn heat water with a water to oil heat exchanger, which converts the water to steam instantly. There are two advantages to this extra step. First, when there is a sudden reduction in load, such as a portion of the grid going down in bad weather, the heat exchanger can be throttled back instantly. The direct sun to water system can only vent off excess steam, a waste of stored energy. Second, since the oil is heated to 400 - 500 degrees, we can now make solar electricity at night, like a thermal battery. This is much cheaper and lasts much longer than conventional batteries. In the environment you are talking about, you can take advantage of the combination of sun and heat rather than having to trade one for the other. This is only reasonable if someone is building a large field, maybe an acre or more, which you are. Building a home sized system would not be worth the complication and operational expenses. Try googling "desertec," or, "Northwest Sahara Solar Project," to learn more. There is nothing wrong with silicone photovoltiac panels in large quantities, but installing them in such a location would yield paybacks similar to installing them in Seattle, cooler, but not much sun. A solar panel is generally rated at 70 degrees F, and most manufacturers specify larger wiring bundles and charge controllers in installations below 30 degrees, because they can easily generate 1.5 times their normal rated power. Mine do up here in Northern Michigan when the sun shines in the winter. What they do not mention is degrading performance above 70 degrees, you'll have to dig deeper for those specs, but they do exist, they just don't like to talk about them. If you are serious about all of this, I would suggest getting educated on the technology better before spending any money on this. Try hiring a solar installer for an hour just to talk to for basic knowledge and opinions on the idea. Then take his information to the library and do some reading. Get a subscription to Home Power Magazine, and try to get to one of the energy fairs listed in the calander section in the back of the mag. We went to one 13 years ago in Wisconsin, now our home is completely powered by the wind and sun, and we teach the solar classes at the local school here. You could do the same, but don't rely on answers on online forums like this to make decisions. In my 13 years using this technology, I've learned that there are 2 things in vast supply, sun, and missinformation. Many people are willing to impart their knowledge on this stuff, having never laid a hand on a solar panel. Good luck, and take care, Rudydoo
  • First you own the property and all the permits, licenses and state paper work are done and you have the agreement with the Power Companies who will buy your power to add to their grid. Then you try to find the financing to buy the equipment and get it installed and to either hire someone or learn how to maintain them (maintenance is constant, they are never all working at once) yourself. You have to do your own math by figuring out how many panels you can install on 5 acres, what the output capabilities of those panels are, what the average for that number of panels is and what the grid owners will pay for your output. We don't know and we don't care.
  • Not very much. Granted you could get the land for very cheap but... Solar panels are very expensive to buy and maintain.
  • 1
  • Almost sure that you will discover everything that have to do with green energy at www.greensolarwho.info.
  • You get the going rate for scrap aluminum. There is no special rate for the ring tops or anything like that. Take them to any metal recycler. A gallon of the tops will be worth from about 85¢ to $!.25. I hope it's worth the gas.
  • You'll have to find an aluminum recycling center and bring them there. Check "recycling" in your local Yellow Pages.
  • Many times it is a transcription error when the data entry operator enters the offending CA drivers license number into the database. Likely they transcribed the drivers license incorrectly and that will normally be cleared up when AZ realizes that the name on the ticket doesn't match the drivers license number.
  • Most likely AZ believes you have failed to pay a ticket (parking, speeding, etc). Whether that is true or not, you need to contact them and see what the problem is. To tell you the truth, I had a friend that had this problem, and the ticket information they had on him didn't even match, it was a complete computer f'up.
  • You need to contact the Arizona DMV - there's probably someone with your same/similar name that owes AZ money. go to: www.azdot.gov/MVD this should have a toll free number you can call. Best of luck
  • I assume you owe child support. You need not know you had a child to owe it. This happened in January, when a 21-year-old Georgia man was notified that his taxes had been intercepted due to child support owed for his 15-year-old daughter, that he didn't know he had. Apparently he was a really BIG boy at age 6. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\
  • I would call and ask them
  • I had an organization garantee that they could get me anywhere from $150K - $175K, but they want to charge me $6K for their services (taken out of the money they aquire for me). They write the letters to these investment groups and secure the grant money, but I am hoping to save the $6K and do it myself. Does anyone know where I would start or what website to visit? Thanks for your help!
  • If I were you, I'd see about doing it myself first. Check this out: http://www.inc.com/guides/start_biz/2401...
  • How much are you asking for? And do you know anyone who can be the angel investor? If this firm gauratee you the money, then take it. Get your company into the door first, pay the $6K is better than ask "angles - friends & families" and not able to pay them back. You burn your relationships with the people you love. You can cut other expenses to cover up the $6K. You need to do research on investment companies, and you need preopare business proposal and sales projection etc.. then you need to start sending out the materials to all these firms..... and you might hear 1 or 2% contact you back, and you are ablet o travel to do a pitch, then you will wait to hear from them. Good luck!
  • No where can you sell blood it's not legal
  • Donate means to give for free.
  • How much would it cost me to get a studio type apartment? What are the required deposits to rent one? Do I really need a car right away? Please tell me all the information that I need to know about Arizona. I am an american citizen from Japan and I don't have a job lined up yet. How hard is it to find a job in Arizona nowadays? Thank you for your time.
  • I think that deposits vary from apartment complex to apartment complex - as do monthly rental amounts. I think that my mom is paying something like $560 a month for a one bedroom. You can check different internet sites for specifics. I would say to plan to have around $1,000, just to be safe. I would really recommend doing a tour of a property BEFORE you sign a contract. With roaches and scorpions prevalant in the area, you kind of want to look in the cupboards and under and in the sinks before you sign a lease. Ask about pest treatment, too. A property tour will also allow you to see the area and make a judgement about how safe the area is. Also, you will probably want to check the crime rate in the area that the property is located. Of course, normally the cheaper the rent, the higher the crime rate. There are generally links on the apartment search websites that will allow you to see the crime information. I think that a car is pretty essential for living in Phoenix. The public transportation system is not so great and the weather is SUPER HOT! A one mile walk can really do a number to your body in the summer and could land you in the hospital if you are not well hydrated and you walk on a hot summer day. I have even gotten sick from the heat after a day of shopping (going from place to place in a car). As far as a job is concerned, it would depend on your specific career field. You might try a website like a azcentral.com - they list news, apartments, and job postings. Just make sure that you are well hydrated, that you have a car (unless you live within a 5 minute walk from your workplace), and that you check into the apartment complex and its surrounding area carefully. Good luck with your move!
  • Hi, I recently moved to AZ from the east. It was much more expensive than I thought. I drove my car though. The gas was about 600, then I moved into a one bedroom in mesa which was about seven hundred. You would be able to find much cheaper if you are willing to live in a different area. Some areas are not very nice and are dangerous so be careful. You wouldn't need a car if you are willing to take the bus, but make sure you plan ahead, it takes forever to go anywhere on the bus. Jobs are easy to find depending on what you want to do, check out jobing.com or careerbuilder.com many AZ companies post jobs on those sites. GOOD LUCK
  • take all the money you have. to find an apartment, do a google search for studio apartment in phoenix. for a job, search employment in phoenix or register at monster.com
  • Many states require a 6 month residency earlier you could purchase a gun or stick to for a enable. in case you had a enable in yet another state- that is nice there until eventually you meet residency criteria.
  • Yes you can. I know many who are living off of $11-$12 an hour (with 40 hours) of course. There are some expensive areas in the Valley, however we are not California (yet). I like the East Valley and others like the West Valley etc. Come for a visit and decide which area you like, including a ''night visit'' of the area. I'm sure you will find many affordable apartments in fairly nice areas to fit your budget. I can understand the desire to leave a cold environment as, I too am a Transplant. How's this 7 day Forecast for you? 3/11/14-3/17/14
  • Yes. If that is a full-time job, you should be able to get your own apartment or share a nice place. Arizona is not that expensive and there are a lot of fun things to do there.
  • got allot moving in Travel that would like nothing more then to turn AZ into another land of nuts and fruitcakes
  • it shouldn't
  • Depends Which company I have free texting to all of north america. But then My friend only has free Texting In Canada. Just phone your moblie Phone company
  • it would cost money for the canadian person, but i don't think for you. i know if you are in canada you can't text anyone in the united states without it costing money.
  • You should be.
  • Yes, every state has a department of pesticide regulation which is a agency that is governed by the EPA. Each and every gardening service and company that uses pesticides must have at least one licensed individual to 'qualify' the company to 'use'. Companies that do not have these 'qualifiers' are usually blatant abusers of safety codes and regulations. You can call the company and ask who if they are properly licensed, and if they give you the run-around, call your local Dept. of Pest. Regulation (DPR) office and ask them about the company in question. Often times, they post current license-holders on there web-site for the public record. If they mis-used a chemical (killed your grass, etc.) You should look into it, as those idiots need to be prosecuted for negligence.
  • I would guess so. The spray is EPA regulated.
  • Probably a dental assisstant. You'll get paid hourly, have benefits, and not have to worry about being an independent contractor. It's really difficult when you first start as an esthetician to build your business. Dental assisting will be so much more reliable.
  • Yes, you can just pay the fine. Your driving record will be affected if you do it this way. The reason for traffic school is to keep the points off your license.
  • Sure. Traffic school just adjudicates the ticket, meaning it won't appear on your record or affect your insurance.
  • There's really no upper limit on how much you could spend, but I'd want to bring at least $500, even if I didn't plan to spend that much, just in case I had an opportunity to get something truly special that I really wanted.
  • you can go to uscarnys.com/ThemeParks.html and check the water parks pages too. go to the state it is in and click on their web link. check their ads on uscarnys.com if any are available.
  • Phone: 623-581-1947 Location: Phoenix, Arizona Water Park Features: Tube slides, body slides, speed slides, sled slide, lazy river, wave pool, and two kiddie play areas. Call and ask them. :-)
  • Mesa is old and run-down in most places. the crime rate is fairly high as well unless you go out far east mesa where the new homes are being built chandler/gilbert is the area i live in and i really like it. my neighborhood is older but totally safe-i would have no problem leaving my door unlocked at night (but i dont). there are lots of places close by to hang out at and do things. rent in this area will run you anywhere from 750-1200 depending on what type of apt or house you are looking for.
  • An hours worked beyond 40 hours per week are considered overtime hours. Hence, you are entitled to overtime pay. Try asking your employer for it. Otherwise, you may consult an employment lawyer to help you out.
  • a couple of months may be too long...how much are we talking in overtime? If its over $200, consider getting a lawyer, it would be your only option.
  • Just more corporatizing of the government. We might as well not even have a government; our country's run by f'n blood-sucking corporations worried about raking in profits. And conservatives think it's great. THAT'S where all our tax dollars are going: to companies' shareholders. Just a continuation of the transfer of public wealth into private hands on a mass scale. And nobody can figure out why the wealth gap keeps increasing steadily - in the U.S. and the entire world.
  • I hate our senators and I am embarrassed to be from AZ. It is because there are so many old people here that don't give a damn about schools, etc expatt for themselves that we are such a gop state. Who the hell wants the money to be used on illegals? Yea Arpiao!
  • Since you have two residences in two states, you need to tag it in the state where your driver's license was issued. No sense giving a UT or CA cop an excuse to write you up for a 3-way violation!
  • I live in Vegas....Still have to pay.....Paid $3000 in sales tax on my Dodge. I don't know the %.
  • Are you kidding? Many will go there from Ca. creating more economic problems for ca. I love it and go AZ go. Nice Avatar ....NOT
  • The Al Sharpton crowd having a boycott is akin to a Walmart worker threatening not to buy a Mercedes, it's laughable. Arizonans will do what Americans have always done, work hard , play hard and thank the Lord.
  • I heard a story that this might damage California more as companies and people are boycotting California now. There is no evidence that suggest that illegal immigration benefits an area more than legal immigration and legal workers. If people couldn't mow their lawns or do agriculture then places in the world that don't have illegal Mexicans would have higher produce costs and no lawns. This is not the case. The fact that a lot of the US produce comes from Mexico and other areas only shows the fact that illegals aren't making it cheaper.
  • I support Arizona and I'm tempted to go there to support their economy. I hope the rest of the country passes similar laws. I doubt they'll miss an Obama butt-kisser such as yourself.
  • Actually they will all be very busy, doing their own yard work, cleaning their own houses and taking care of their kids. And if they still have time they can pitch in busing some tables down at the local diner.
  • They'll make tea for the Teabanger's convention.
  • Come harvest time Arizona is really going to get stinky with all the rotting crops in the fields so I would say they should invest in air fresheners.
  • what i'm wondering is...if the criminality rates don't go down hhahahahahahaa who will they blame?!?!?!!? the spirits of the mexicans?
  • depending on the unemployment rate, more jobs will be open so more americans can get back to work!
  • that all sounds great, also, murder, robberies, filth, will be much less also. Maybe moving to Arizona soon!!!
  • CSS by college board is only an application for Fin Aid they probably were trying to tell you that you needed to fill out CSS to see if you qualify for something beyond FAFSA generated aid http://student.collegeboard.org/css-fina...
  • Why don't you ask the college?
  • Make it out to the inmate's name in C/O the Maricopa Sheriff's office. They will credit it to his inmate account, but HE has to sign for receipt of it.
  • extremely, besides the actuality that it does not make sense by using your reasoning, there are fewer killings in countries and states that have not got the dying penalty. It takes on commonly used a sprint better than 15 years to kill somebody, with all the appeals and frightful court docket expenses. it in lots of circumstances expenses approximately 8-10 million funds to take somebody's existence, and that would pay incarceration expenses for kind of a hundred-a hundred and twenty years. Balanced against it is the actuality that with a dying penalty, there is not any recidivism. Killing them in a painful way? The shape prohibits that. endure in suggestions a great number of the human beings in this country while the form grow to be written have been from Western Europe the place executions took on sorts of the macabre, alongside with putting, drawing and quartering, breaking on the wheel, urgent, and so on. Our forefathers desperate that vengeance in an problematic torture to the dying grow to be no longer something every physique could deserve. If it grow to be to be dying, it is going to be speedy and sparkling. Even a ideal putting is a severing of the backbone between 2d and third cervical vertebrae, generating on the spot unconsciousness and reducing the nerves that rigidity the lungs and heart. The British have been infamous for utilising that comparable rope for gradual strangulation.
  • use a money order via quickcollect form at your local western union like at walmart the clerk can help you but you gotta have to inmate number
  • Oooohhh Maricopa... Sheriff Arpaio. Your friend isn't having much fun.
  • Make it out to your friends full name and his inmate #.
  • Sell your unwanted stuff on ebay. Babysit, get a job at a fast food restaurant. Walk dogs.
  • Get a part-time job, save money by not buying unneccessary items. In that way you can save enough money to go to Arizona.
  • Because they are hypocrite Republicans !! AS WE ALL KNOW !! Right now foreign govts. can influence and even BUY any American election they wish to control !! HOW,.,Supreme court justice Alito endorsed and had adopted the decision to allow ANY entity to contribute and amount of money with anonymity !! Which means China or any other foreign power can now BUY an American Election,,and no one can even identify or even know who is BUYING IT !! Obama shamed him at his state of the Union address,,and he KNEW he was OUTED !! He sat there and shook his head NO as Obama stated that with the Supreme Court decision allowing it,,America's Elections were up for sale to the highest bidder !! The Right and Republicans lick the boots of the Rich and Big Business for their own GREED and POWER..They have no shame,,and are TRAITORS to America !! SOLOMON
  • This suit is between Arizona and The Obama administration. They have no buisness in the lawsuit. If the law was racist it would say mexicans, but it doesn't read the bill.
  • They have no standing. Let a foreign government tell me what to do. See how much I pay attention. libs are wacked. That's okay let them in the suit. November is coming.
  • I wish I knew what you were talking about. A link to your source would have been nice. Otherwise you just seem like a left wing liberal. Sources help support your case you know.
  • Apparently because they, unlike you, care about US sovereignty.
  • because they're dumb.
  • I live in souther California an hour later from la but my family never gets to do anything because the city we live in has nothing interesting and it's hard for my mom to find a higher paying job due to how many people freeing live here that want the same thing! Lol, so we thought of moving to scottsdale, az, where my mom already has 4 job interviews paying big bucks where we would be super wealthy. Also, im worried because ca has big diversity when it comes to race and it seems like az is basically mostly filled with white ppl. i wont be used to that. The only problem is I'm scared that if we move, I'll miss everything I loved about California. I mean, occasionally we did fun stuff when we had free time. Like go to the beach, amusement parks, water parks, all the Cali stuff I love. I told my mom and dad about this but they said how if we moved to Arizona we would have so much extra money that we could fly out to ca every month and do that stuff more than the times we could've if we still lived there. So what's your opinion on this guys.
  • Arizona has just As much diversity as California. Except for the Asian population. Just as many blacks and Mexicans . There are amusement parks etc, just no beach. However, there are plenty water activities and even a man made beach, but nothing compared to beach cities. You may like it!
  • "Tuition: State resident $8237 full-time, $544 per credit hour part-time; nonresident $24,597 full-time, $999 per credit hour part-time. Full-time tuition and fees vary according to course level, course load, and program. Part-time tuition and fees vary according to course level, course load, and program Required fees: $623 full-time, $61 per credit hour part-time, $61 per credit hour part-time" Actually, go to the school's website: https://financialaid.arizona.edu/money/e...
  • This Site Might Help You. RE: Tuition cost for University of Arizona? I have a nephew who wants to attend the University of Arizona this fall. Can someone tell me what it is going to cost per year. He wants to major in Chemical Engineering. Also, he is not a resident of Arizona. Will that increase the tuition fee by a lot?
  • Ya they don't make it easy to find. It's $2300.00 per semester unlimited credit hours. This does not include summer semesters. They have a great financial aid department. Over all my experience has been good.
  • What I need to know is this: 1) How much a plane ticket going from Brazil to Phoenix, Arizona cost? 2) If a non-citizen traveling from Brazil would need a passport, and how much that would cost? 3) What documentation would that person need to enter the US? The person would just be staying for maybe a month, then returning to Brazil. Also, I would like to ask the same questions but for a US citizen flying to Brazil. I need to know which would be cheaper, safer, less hassle, and all the information I can get. If you can help, any information would be GREATLY appreciated. I must thank you all in advance, so: THANK YOU!!
  • 1a) plane ticket $ 1,231.70 Rio de Janeiro (RIO) - Phoenix (PHX), Nov 13, via Charlotte (CLT) and Denver (DEN) Phoenix (PHX) - Rio de Janeiro (RIO), Dec 11, via Denver (DEN) and Charlotte (CLT) $ 1,299.70 Rio de Janeiro (RIO) - Phoenix (PHX), Nov 13, via Charlotte (CLT) Phoenix (PHX) - Rio de Janeiro (RIO), Dec 11, via Charlotte (CLT) http://www.usairways.com/default.aspx .. 2a) Brazilian passport ~ US$ 80 3a) U.S. B-2 tourist visa - US$ 140 http://brazil.usembassy.gov/nonimmigrant... .. 1b) plane ticket for flights on Continental Airlines - $ 902.93 Phoenix (PHX) - Rio de Janeiro (RIO), Nov 13, via Houston (IAH) Rio de Janeiro (RIO) - Phoenix (PHX), Dec 11, via Houston (IAH) http://www.airfare.com2b) US passport - $ 135 3b) Brazilian tourist visa - $ 140 (in person); $ 160 (by mail/travel agency) http://www.consbrasdc.org/english/service.asp?id_en_service=14&lido=1 ..
  • With its bright sandy beaches, traveling mountains and picturesque harbour, it's no wonder that Rio de Janeiro is called the "cidade maravilhosa", or marvellous town and with hotelbye you are able to get the possibility and visit this phenomenal city. Rio de Janeiro is facing the South Atlantic coast and could be the second-largest town in Brazil. That city is gifted with one of the very lovely natural settings for a area in the world. The amazing landscape is one of the causes that visitors chose Rio de Janeiro. During carnival season, a event that everyone seen, the streets load with audio and ornately costumed dancers attracting tourists from all around the globe.
  • http://www.farecompare.com/articles/when...Please check: Tips: a- use flexible dates b- use alternative airports http://www.hotwire.com/http://www.cheapoair.com/http://www.kayak.com/ http://www.orbitz.com/ http://www.priceline.com/ http://www.expedia.com/default.asp http://www.bing.com/travel/ http://www.airfarewatchdog.com/ http://www.cheapair.com/
  • I work in a warehouse that is literally full of Arizona tea. I haven't heard anything about that. I wonder how much credibility that article.
  • No. Arizona has been a red state for a long, long time.
  • I think the majority of arizonians will vote for mitt. The housing market in arizona is shot to hell and unemployment is high. People are fed up with obama.
  • Nope, Obama treats the Hispanics like crap. Look how he passes a bill similar to the Dream Act only around election time. By the way Obama's version of the Dream Act is only temporary it will expire after 2 years.
  • i doubt it.
  • Arizona has not defined a specific age at which an individual can work, other than prohibiting children under the age of 10 from selling newspapers, magazines or periodicals in any street or public place. Because Arizona has not set a specific minimum working age, the federal minimum working age applies. The federal minimum working age, generally, is 14. Both federal and Arizona laws do exempt certain youth from the minimum working age requirement, such as: * When youths are employed by a parent or relative and that person owns at least 10% of the company and is actively engaged in the daily operation of the organization. (Federal Child Labor Law does not provide for a parental exemption from occupational restrictions. Under federal law however, there is a parental exemption for the number of hours a youth may work.) * When youths are employed as stars or performers in motion picture, theatrical, radio or television productions, provided the Department is notified in advance. * When youths are employed in career education programs, vocational or technical training school programs recognized by the Department of Education. * When youths are employed as apprentices and registered by the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training. * When youths are employed under the 4-H Federal Extension Service or the United States office of education vocational agriculture training programs. * When youths have completed vocational or career education programs approved by the Department of Education in which the programs are directly related to the prohibited occupation. * When youths are legally married. (Federal child labor laws do not recognize this exemption).* * When youths have a high school diploma or its equivalent. (Federal child labor laws do not recognize this exemption).*
  • A MONEY ORDER IS AS GOOD AS CASH ANY BANK WILL CASH IT EVEN IF YOU DO NOT HAVE AN ACCOUNT THERE
  • Uh- your bank?
  • Sure they drafted Pretty Boy Leinhart and picked up Edgerin James. They also have great receivers and a good defense. . . however. . . . Superstar runningbacks, quarterbacks, and receivers are made by good offensive lines. The Cardinals offensive line couldn't block my ten year old nephew's pop warner team. Edgerin James must be kicking himself for coming to Arizona!!!! Matt Leinhart is waaaay over rated! He lobs the ball too much which gives defensive backs way too much time to close! He isn't so hot when he isn't surrounded by athletes who are all far superior to those on the other team!
  • Jake Jake Jake. . . .you ignorant schmuck!!! Obviously you have bought into listening what some moron announcers happened to say on TV today! I wonder if you take everything as the truth that you hear on tv? THE FACTS are the Cardinals DO NEED to trade or draft some offensive linemen. The problem IS NOT edgerin james hesitating before hitting a hole. . . The problem IS the offensive line biting the big schwantzola!!! Matt Leinhart DOES lob the ball and needs to start zipping it to receivers instead of sending it second day air! Receivers are only open for a second and the can not wait on his lollipop throws. That may have worked in 45 to 3 college blowouts but it will NEVER work in the NFL! Jake. . .you need to stop listening to MORON tv announcers and see things for what they are you yutz!
  • Jake Jake Jake. . . .you ignorant schmuck!!! Obviously you have bought into listening what some moron announcers happened to say on TV today! I wonder if you take everything as the truth that you hear on tv? THE FACTS are the Cardinals DO NEED to trade or draft some offensive linemen. The problem IS NOT edgerin james hesitating before hitting a hole. . . The problem IS the offensive line biting the big schwantzola!!! Matt Leinhart DOES lob the ball and needs to start zipping it to receivers instead of sending it second day air! Receivers are only open for a second and they can not wait on his lollipop throws. That may have worked in 45 to 3 college blowouts but it will NEVER work in the NFL! Jake. . .you need to stop listening to MORON tv announcers and see things for what they are you yutz!
  • They need to get a line and a new coach who can control his team and his temper.
  • I doubt it. They don't seem to learn anything from their losses. My grandmother could sack Leinhart and maybe even deflect a pass. He was spoiled playing for USC and I'm glad he's getting a hard lesson now, rather than later. He completed passes against Chicago because Chicago generally plays a loose zone defense since their line usually forces throws. Once they tightened it up, he had more problems. The Raiders actually play a good and confusing style of defense and I bet it threw him off.
  • Leinhart spent WAYYYY too much time with the ball. I was at the game today, I LOVE MY RAIDERS! I wonder if the crazy rant by (ok.,..I cant remember,the coach???) affected their morale. Then again, a sold out Raider game, and coming into a stadium where silver and black run through peoples veins, well. Coulda been the energy of the crowd too, personally, this was an early birthday present to me, to watch my beloved boys today WIN!
  • They will next year, and i hope they fire their coach and pick up a better one. They will be in the playoffs next year. They will get the wild card. They have too much talent, just need a line.
  • idk if you watched the game today, but they were showing the line blocking for the edge, and they were saying how the o line of the cardinal cant pass block for shitt....well thats a given...and dont blame leinart for lobbin it...i would have a horrible game 2 if i had 2 guy instantly rushing me....our line can run block...edge just needs to learn how not to hesistate............we need to draft some college picks, but i dont think we need to go out and trade any1 to get LINEMAN
  • They Raiders spent a lot of money on offensive linemen and it didn't do them a lot of good. I guess nobody told Al you had to spend the money on GOOD offensive linemen.
  • they did this off season, it did not work
  • http://www.royalfaires.com/arizona/This site will not only tell you all about the festival but give you directions. It's lots of fun. Go to Fry's grocery and buy your tickets before you come to save some money . Have fun!
  • The Renaissance Fair is running from now until March 28, so you have a few more days to attend it you'd like to go. It's just east of Gold Canyon (a city east of the valley between Mesa and Apache Junction), off the US 60 eastbound. It may be a long drive if you're in Kingman, at least a few hours if not more. You can check out their map at http://www.royalfaires.com/arizona/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2&Itemid=3 . I'm not sure about Las Vegas, it looks like they have a Renaissance festival in the fall called "Age of Chivalry," but I just found that from a quick search on Google.
  • Obama claims we have a record amount of "boots on the ground" at the border and then turns around and wants to sue AZ. The money would best be spent on securing the border but we're dealing with politicians here and not normal people.
  • Illegal aliens are a 'problem' at the moment because there's something else the government doesn't want you to look at too closely. Maybe that's also true with the AZ government, or maybe they're just lockstep with the feds. This is always been so. There's never been any doubt how to stop the flow of illegal aliens and it never required an army on an impossible border. Serious investigation, prosecution and sentencing of those hiring, harboring and assisting undocumented aliens would have stopped it in its tracks thirty years ago and it would stop it today. But every so often it becomes a 'big' issue of focus, things get stirred around, rhetoric pours into the problem, and nothing happens. The attention spans of the cattle move to other things because the illegals aren't needed to divert public opinion from whatever else the government is doing they'd just as soon didn't get much attention.
  • eh?
  • The charming City of Prescott, Arizona, which was founded in 1863 and was once the territorial capitol of Arizona is located approximately 90 miles from both Phoenix, AZ and Flagstaff, AZ. Although Prescott exudes small town charm, it offers all of the amenities of a big city, such as medical care including the highly ranked Yavapai Regional Medical Center hospital and one VA medical facility, schools, colleges, shopping, and entertainment.
  • Theres something called Nightfall in arizona at Old Tucson Studios. It is basically one large halloween haunted house. No waivers but actors can grab you and mask characters chase you with chainsaws. Its really quite fun.
  • Arizona. One of the states that took money for medicaid in exchange for accepting Obama care! Now plans on taxing for profit hospitals. That will just hurt the workers and the patients. Over the last couple years some of those hospitals have cut staff to serve patients while increasing expenses to serve executives not involved in patient care! Heck, last year at least half of them gave flu shots to their nurses, and their office staff for free, and told all the food handlers and cooks along with janitorial staff to go to Walgreen's! Brewer just plans on making money off of medicaid!
  • Living in Arizona all you need is a state ID of some sort and money. Now they do ask for your SSN but it's optional and I would say if they don't absolutley need it then don't put it down. So don't put it down. I only did that twice when I didn't know any better. And besides were the identity theft capital of America.
  • money and a clean background
  • do you mean like your permit before you get your license? Its less than ten dollars.. as far as driving tags it varies depending on wat car and how long you have it for.
  • to get your drivers permit (like before getting your drivers license) it is 7 dollars.
  • Your best bet - contact the attorney that handled your divorce and ask him/her. I would think you should still be able to collect the funds.
  • You would need to sue her in OR and then request a lien from the judge as part of the judgment. It is not at all likely to happen.
  • you have to sue her.
  • No. Rep Payees cannot charge for their services. And because SSI is a federal benefit - not a state benefit - it is immaterial where you live.
  • If you mean Representative Payee, no. SSI, is taxpayer funded only the person awarded a claim can financially benefit from.
  • No. SSA never authorizes an individual payee to charge a fee for their payee services.
  • You get someone else's money and manage it for them http://www.ssa.gov/payee/faqrep.htm
  • yes
  • yes
  • No.
  • You could try to sell some things on ebay. =) Or I agree with the person above. How about a garage sale/yard sales? We always earn around 300.00 on our "technically" useless crap we don't need anymore. Teehee!!! Good luck! You could do this for the heck of it, but I do surveys from, surveyspot. www.surveyspot.com And I've earned about 90.00 this month. They pay you to take surveys and even if it's not for the trip it's nice for extra change for stuff!
  • What about a yard sale?
  • Get a job and SAVE
  • 210 bucks
  • Deceiver what mpg YOUR tacker gets ! Deceiver the distance you need to travel ! Deceiver YOUR mpg with the distance ! Add 10 cents per gallon to what you pay per gallon !
  • Arizona real estate is not as cheap as it was 5 years ago. Phoenix or the greater Phoenix area is really going for a good amount of money. An acre is also pretty big to expect in Phoenix. Most homes sit on much less than an acre unless you buy a multi-acre ranch or something on a golf course. I know that the house I have is on 3/4 of an acre and similar houses in the neighborhood are going for about 300,000.00 That is for a middle class home in a fairly good area. I think the way to get cheap land is to go out towards the edges of civilization, but then you have other issues that you will have to deal with such as bringing water and electric out to where you live. That in itself can be costly. If you plan on buying there, definitely enlist the help of a realtor or broker because there are a lot of decieving deals. Cheap land sometimes means no water available, which requires shipping water in and using above ground holding tanks.
  • I dont know but you can find out from this site: www.loopnet.com
  • Connie: Everyone is a massage therapist in Arizona. Seriously, in the past 10 years or so, there have been two major schools (at least) open and boy, they are pumping out the therapists. This is all probably due to the state industry being tourism. So don't expect to make a decent living unless you enjoy working at chains such at Massage Envy or Hand & Stone (to name just a couple) for less than what you could make as an administrative secretary.
  • Now the one way to ask out a girl in arizona...is all about the sights...so ask her for help with your homework...and tell her that you'll drive her home...but then on her way home...it's gunna be around sundown so it'll be really pretty in the sky...so i bet the one way that you could ask her out is like this: you pull over to the side of the road and you look up at the sky and you say to her that that sunset is beautiful...and she may say yes or no but don't let that stop you...but then stare at her...and you say yeah it's just like you will you go out with me?...i know that it sounds corny...but believe me girls love it...i should know...i am a girl lol!!!
  • Gaze into her eyes, and tell her how she took your breath away the very first moment you say her. That you've been wishing upon all the stars in the galaxy just to have date with her and all that's left are the starts in her eyes and ask her! Doesn't matter where you are at that moment!
  • HELLL NOOO listen a lot of people may say that online poker or online gambling is illegal bcuz it just is or the UIGEA act made it illegal. The UIGEA goes after the banks that do or rather did business with the poker sites. The UIGEA DOES NOT I repeat DOES NOT attack those that play online poker so theres nothing to be afraid of
  • So i went t join the site draftkings where you bet money on fantasy football well it asked me to certify that im not from Arizona and a few other states because its not allowed so I lied said I was from California so far the site has alowwed me in and even join games so can I get into trouble for this? im over 18 if that helps
  • This falls under two laws in Arizona. Underage gambling,(you need to be 21), and fraud. If you were to be found out that you could face time in a private prison, it is a white collar crime, however you can than face a class action law suit from the company worth double your earnings on the site. Sense you are already in trouble for underage gambling you will not get pinged with gambling restriction laws, due to the 3rd amendment stating you couldn't face the same charges twice.
  • My father-in-law went to Vegas every few months after he first retired. He stayed at the Westward Ho. It might not be the cheapest hotel but it must be close because he wasn't a big spender. They also give a lot of discounts and tickets to some of the shows. Great inexpensive food too. Vegas is fairly cheap to eat anyway.
  • Well if you are sending charity you are supposed to have no problem or cost having them cleared at customs. The shipping cost from there should be dependent upon the weight of the package. Check the site below to see.
  • Jamaicans HATE hand me down clothes. Trust me. If you love Jamaica and the Jamaican people... then travel there and spend some money on the island. The storm was really only a glancing blow, although some cities and communities along the south side of the island got hit very badly.
  • Check with Air Jamaica
  • Christian schools are private schools. You will almost always have to pay to attend them. If you are determined to go to one try applying for a scholarship.
  • That doesn't cost money. Ha ha ha. That's a good one.
  • It is unlikely you can as they will not receive cash from taxes.
  • lol a lot of agencies are legit. In case you didn't know what legit means, it means that it is real, true, not fake. Figure out what "legit" type of company you'd like to know about chick, then try and ask another question.
  • what kind of legit place you looking for ?
  • It's fiction. The rumor of a money-back haunted attraction has been placed in every state of the union. Haunted attractions are expensive to produce. From building lease or purchase, building occupancy and fire permits, safety devices and sprinkler systems, sets, props costumes, sepcial effects, lighting, actors, makeup, etc it takes a wad of cash to produce a haunted attraction. Usually the rumor includes a money-back gimmick if you complete the entire thing, but no haunt could stay in business if they gave a patron's money back. There are a couple haunts that have capitalized on the myth and offer a portion of your money back if you collect all the stamps on a card, with the last one being impossible to get (suspended in midair, guarded by a monster or a moat, etc). I suspect that this myth is based on a couple actual multi-floor haunts in Kansas City: The Edge of Hell and The Beast. Neither has ever offered money back for completing their haunt. Now, if you're looking for an immersive haunted attraction, I'd recommend The Haunting at Halloween Express, Bell Rd & I-17. Discount tickets are available at Fry's. I visited this last year and had a blast - not a single unthemed element anywhere to be found. http://www.thehauntingaz.com/
  • Nope, this rumour starts every year again around Halloween, and there just is no Haunted House that does this, but it get so much publicity that someone should start one, lol. There are quite a few other Halloween Haunted Houses in AZ, it is a big state, and you don't say where you are so here is a link to a list you might find fun. http://www.haunted--houses.com/states/ar...Have a fun and SPOOKY Halloween!
  • Sorry, that's a myth. http://www.snopes.com/holidays/halloween...Check that site anytime you hear rumors like that.
  • Here are some people who are intersted in starting groups (if they have not already) in Arizona Shanyn Ann Money Shanyn.Money@NAU.EDU Flagstaff - wants to get a group going (928) 523-4825 Ceci Sharp cecisharp@gmail.com Gilbert/Greater Phoenix Metro area - would love to start a club. (480) 459-6745 C (480) 840-1033 H
  • Are you visiting from out of town or do you live in town? There are tons of things to do: Hike up the many mountains we have Special weekend events such as this weekend's culinary festival Boat rentals at Tempe Town Lake, and all the other bigger lakes The Zoo/Out of Africa/Wildlife World Zoo Botanical Gardens Gameworks Golfland Pick Up Stix Go Cart racing/indoor/outdoor Dave and Busters Malls Quading in the desert Swim/picnic at the lakes Tempe Marketplace/Desert Ridge Waterparks: SunSplash I hope that helps.
  • From Wisconsin to somewhere south preferable Arizona or Nevada. You need Identification for the plane. Many use a Passport. You DO NOT HAVE TO. There are other things you can use. Look for a seat sale. Try to travel middle of the week for lowest prices. See about getting time off from work from the middle to the middle. Maybe a day or two without pay to get the low fares. Try Allegiant from Appleton/ Greenbay to Las Vegas depending on days travelled. (Round trip) or to Phoenix about $400 You need ID to check into the Hotel too. You DO NOT have to stay at the most expensive Hotel. Get a day pass for the local bus. To get around. Take the time into consideration and bus routes if you select a Suburban place to sleep. In most cases it is cheaper for ONE to fly. If you are with more than just yourself sometimes a car trip can work out a little less. Remember it takes time to drive, Plan on at least 2 long days of driving each direction. Check the Local websites for things to do that are cheap or FREE to do. Look for the places that have shuttles to the Airport or are near the Train in Phoenix. http://www.valleymetro.org/planning_your...
  • Arizona
  • If you drive, you will spend at least two full days on the road, each way, just getting there and going home. If you only have a week off, plus the bookend weekends, then you will only have nine days off, and to spend close to half of that time driving to and fro seems to be a bit pointless. You don't need a passport if you are a legal resident of the US and are flying or traveling within the US.
  • WHERE are you coming from? That is <<incredibly>> important for us to know before we can answer. If you are flying from any airport with the US, then you only need a US driver's license to board a plane. You do NOT need a passport. So, use google maps to figure out the route and distance, then figure about $0.50 per mile for the cost of driving (plus hotels, plus meals if needed), then go to any travel site, like kayak.com and look up the cost of a ticket from where ever in the heck it is that you live. ONLY you can decide.
  • A passport is not required to fly within the USA unless you are a foreign visitor with no US or Canadian issued ID. https://www.tsa.gov/travel/security-scre...
  • Arizona.................. It's always wise to have a passport. By the way, hearing there are some good deals to Cuba...............lol
  • Are you ver y stupid?
  • I think that will depend on the conditions you established with the down payment. There must be a Legal Aid number you can call to make sure....Or a lawyer may help you for just a question.
  • a masseuse can make a ton of money. it also takes alot of schooling to be a masseuse. since your comparing a med. assistant and a masseuse, maybe your thinking a massage therapist?? anyways. i'm a medical assistant and i make 14.50 an hour, working full time. my sister in law is a massage therapist and she makes 18 dollars per massage and does about 25 massages a week. however, after you become licensed as a massage therapist you can work out of your home and charge whatever you want
  • If I were you I would be more interested in the masseuse. The one I use charges 65 an hour, and she is always busy. She only works 31/2 days a week and has normal day time hours. She works out of a ciropactors office, so everyone comes to her. If you go to medical assistant there is like 10000 of them in AZ, so how much do they need you, and you work their schedule. Also as a masseuse you have a skill you can always use to open your own business.
  • Erotic Massage or legit?
  • call around to offices and send out some resumes! at first it's gonna be hard but all you need is one. it may not pay very well to begin with but once you get training with an office you can add this to your resume. after 6 months or so you can move on and apply for better jobs with more money with you experience. good luck and if you ever think you wanna get into sales give mattress firm a call. oh, and BTW may wanna look into voluntering on the job training cant be beat... oh and there are also alot of online degree programs that offer office managment and receptionist training, check that out !
  • I'd call the community colleges, it might be included in other administrative classes. I really doubt there is a specific receptionist class, however.
  • Tony, There are hundreds places for you to sell your gold in phoenix, many of them being cash for gold corner stores. I wouldn't recommend these types of locations, mainly because they only exist to get the most $ out of people like you, trying to sell your gold. My suggestion would be to check out a reputable jewelry store, they usually buy and sell gold, in addition to the jewelry. EDMarshall Jewelers is the jewelry store I use when I need to sell my valuables. A family member recommended me to them. They've always been very professional towards me, and I seem to get more with them, than any other store I've tried selling to (they take you into a private room, and give you free appraisals and a free evaluation on your gold or whatever item you have.) Now you don't need to ask yourself "where can I sell my gold in phoenix Arizona!" This is the page I've used as a reference. http://www.edmarshalljewelers.com/now-buying/
  • Relies on what you don't forget "low priced." in case you purchase a young macaw from a authentic breeder, I feel you'd be watching at paying round $1500 (at least here in Utah subject the place i am), in all likelihood up over $2000. You can most often in finding macaws short of a brand new residence for around $1000 for bird, cage, presents and the whole thing. In many instances you will see that fantastic birds who've been good cared for, and commonly you find animals with numerous behavioral problems when you consider that earlier house owners on no account understood their wishes. Are you aware of what you are entering with a blue and gold macaw? They're surely distinct birds, but they are extremely needy. It is like having a infant who needs a lot of awareness and affection, consistently wishes to support you with whatever you are doing. Wherever or nevertheless you purchase a chook, don't quit any cash until you've got seen and handled the fowl. Additionally, you might assess into animal rescue businesses. Birds are a high-protection pet that quite often will get juggled from dwelling to dwelling.
  • Pawn shops are ok. Everyone seems to pay different rates so you just have to shop around. There are some places online where you can get a lot more for your gold. Know what you're getting and use a scrap gold calculator - http://www.goldintomoney.com/calculator
  • Pawn shop or amazon or eBay
  • Try Craigslist also
  • 30 gallons @ 3.30 per gallon = $99.00
  • Pros: Cheap rent Cons: The Attitude and Personality of the People & the Summer Heat which is about 6 months outa the year. I moved to Phoenix from California 3 and a half years ago. I moved here for love. I am still in love, but I hate this state. Oh, I could come to love the desert and even the summer heat in the right circumstances. But it’s all about the people. Most of the jobs are low paying food service, retail or call center. And in these jobs and industries there is a lot of suspicion and resentment of someone who has more breadth of experience. In California I worked well with people from all walks of life, from top tier execs to manual labor. Not here. People are different here. More apt to label and judge. A pervasive attitude of suspicion and simmering hostility. And fast to flare up. Lots of low income people with poor education and an attitude of entitlement. And people who are higher on the economic ladder and really should know better act superior and arrogant one minute and thuggish the next. Driving on the road feels like you are taking your life in your hands. Little respect for laws of the road. Red lights are seen as optional for many drivers. Stop signs are to be ignored. People toss trash out of their cars everywhere. And then there are the druggies at the freeway entrances acting like begging is some sort of legitimate job. Some streets look like Calcutta there are so many drugged out beggars. Phoenix seems to be the low income labor pool for the more affluent areas of Maricopa County: Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills. Very wealthy people from other parts of the world live in those communities behind their gated walls where they don’t have to be touched by the unwashed masses, and never have to see them unless they are bussing their table, washing their car, or mowing their lawn. I don’t have much hope for Phoenix. the people r scheming, crafty, dishonest people. dishonest people who have no ethics/conscience mean, selfish,unsympathetic, uncaring people disloyal people people who don't care at all about their work but only money. people who use others to their advantage racist/sexist people judgmental people rude people who have no concern for others feelings/welfare people who are only out for themselves people who think the world only revolves around to suit them people with bad tempers/get irritated quickly Basically a description of a psychopath.
  • Magcon Phoenix
  • WHEN IS MAGCON COMING TO AZ????
  • August 12: Phoenix (Cricket Wireless Amphitheater)
  • The Pittsburgh Steelers are going to win the Superbowl.
  • From Technical standards in accordance with previous overall performance documents and Stats, the Steelers have an better hazard of winning. even nonetheless, on condition that the protection can end the passing pastime of Arizona. If the Steelers fail to accomplish that, then that's going to be a intense scoring pastime. you are able to basically speculate who is going to win yet on paper it extremely is going to be the Steelers. Edit: FYI i'm no longer a Steelers fan nor Cardinals fan. My wager scoring is Steelers 27 Cardinals 24 Steelers 2Td bypass, a million Td rush, and 2 Fg. Cardinals 3 Td passes and a million fg.
  • Steelers 34-17. The Cardinals are going to get slammed.
  • Cardinals. I hate the Steelers
  • Redbirds all the way! Steelers are so...rusty! (Ouch!) Go Cardinals, the oldest football team. Their original name? The Racine St. Normals of Chicago, Illinois.
  • I'm from Pittsburgh....a die hard Steelers fan!!! GO STEELERS!!!! 5 time superbowl champs!! (how many have the cardinals won???? NONE!)
  • I got $50 dollars riding on the cardinals so they better win
  • anything but the steelers anytime and everytime arizona for the history
  • Steelers all the way SteveC
  • I dont care who wins..Im so glad I get to hit up the parties I live in Tampa!
  • Since money isn't an issue, let's go with some top 100 teachers. Pia Nilsson if you can handle getting instruction from a female or Lynn Marriott. I'm not sure if Lynn is a male or female, but both are on the list of top 100 golf teachers. There's a few in the Scottsdale area: Tim Mahoney, Mike and Sandy Labauve, Peter Kostis(works with Paul Casey), Bill Forrest, and Jim Flick.
  • 1
  • Hello: Talk to Dave at Biltmore.... it's a cool facility and they break down every facet of the game. Golf shot. Biltmore Golf Center Phoenix 2824 E. Indian School Road, Suite Fore (4) Phoenix, Arizona, 85016 Tel: (602) 212-1990 http://www.dexknows.com/category_Golf+In...
  • Here is the site for Arizona: http://www.funeralbd.state.az.us/index.h...And here is a site for the occupation of funeral director: http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos011.htm
  • I think that you need some sort of degree to become one, but you don't need to go to a specific college, unless you want to, of course.
  • I live in Arizona it sucks here in the summer it gets up to 125f and Theres not a lot of major hair style shops here besides stuff like great clips
  • i'm a frequent flyer, and my resource is http://www.crazyforislands.com .
  • Hi Oliver, Air fares vary greatly depending on how far in advance you purchase your ticket, the days of the week of travel, etc. You can check hundreds of web sites using one site called Kayak. You can visit Kayak at http://www.kayak.com As long as you know his dates of travel, you can see the different fares available. Cheers
  • Arizona: from collegeboard.com 81% admission rate SAT Critical Reading 480-600 SAT Math 500-620 ACT Composite 21-26 Fall 2009 In-state tuition & fees $6,855 Out-of-state tuition & fees $22,264 Room & board (typical) $8,614 from collegedata.com (recently admitted students) GPA: 2.29-4.00 unweighted; 2.80-4.67 weighted SAT: M 430-800; CR 410-780; W 460-790 ACT: 21-35 UT Knoxville : from collegeboard.com 65% admission rate SAT Critical Reading 530-630 SAT Math 540-640 ACT Composite 24-29 Fall 2009 In-state tuition & fees $6,855 Out-of-state tuition & fees $20,651 Room & board (typical) $7,254 from collegedata.com (recently admitted students) GPA: 2.90-3.92 unweighted; 3.16-4.31 weighted SAT: M 590-790; CR 540-760; W 570-760 ACT: 23-34 Liberty from collegeboard.com 96% admission rate SAT Critical Reading 430-540 SAT Math 420-530 ACT Composite 18-23 Fall 2009 Tuition & fees $17,202 Room & board (typical) $5,996 from collegedata.com (recently admitted students) GPA: 2.70-3.90 unweighted; 2.79-4.80 weighted SAT: M 430-670; CR 460-620; W 300-670 ACT: none reported This is based on only 3 student profiles, so caveat emptor. Note that the SAT scores from College Board represent the middle 50% of first-year students' scores. The scores and GPAs from collegedata.com are based on the self-reported profiles of students using their service. UT is the strongest of the three academically.
  • Most colleges (where I live) require a GPA of 2.5 with an ACT of 23 or just a 3.0+ GPA reguardless of how you did on the ACT. You need to do really well next year. If you go to a community college just for a year you can just transfer to a 4 year university.
  • I think that it is easy to find jobs. You just have to go to careerbuilder.com and check out the jobs. Also try checking the on-line classified ads. Do you know what part of the state you want to go? Arizona and specifically the East Valley are growing rapidly. New businesses are opening everyday. Good luck!
  • Do you already live in Arizona? You save several thousand dollars by going to college in your home state, if money is a big factor for you. Otherwise, pick the college that will help you the most with your intended major (if you've picked one out). Make your decision based on the school itself and the programs it offers, not on its convenience or its proximity to your girlfriend.
  • I don't know about Arizona, but if your travels take you to Las Vegas, there are some gun ranges there which rent automatic and extra-large caliber firearms. Bring LOTS of money. Almost everything on your list should be available there, except maybe the P-90.
  • nice nice. well I have a ak and sks and I just go into the desert. But I never asked, or found out, but I keep them on the down low no matter what. I have a hard enough time taking a pistol with me, and not being harassed almost when it comes down to police, but the pistol is legal, so I dont want to find out about my ak
  • Depends on who you ask. One main reason is that their union managed to pass legislation that tied teacher pay in with teaching materials. Meaning, the more teachers get paid, the less money there is per student.
  • They could have an efficient education system. One without a huge number of administrators sucking up 6 figure incomes over too many school districts. See Delaware & New Jersey for an example of that. Also, maybe school activities are paid for by parents selling band candy. Parents who care about the schools and who are more than willing to pony up the bucks to see they get what they pay for. Novel concept, eh? ;-)
  • Try another state cuz Arizona is not a very friendly state. The people here are sooo trying to make everyone as miserable as they are. The highest income for the State is they money they get from the criminal element in fines etc... I believe the motto is come here on vacation and leave on probation. The price you'll end up paying is definitely not worth the risk......... ........think about it.........and go to Missouri
  • Williams is nice, can't tell you much about prices. Flagstaff is also nice but prices are usually higher because of the trapped university population. Globe is small and pretty inexpensive, but not much to do around there.
  • you don't want a town too small in AZ, probably one with a nice scenery so I'd go with either Sedona or Flagstaff, sure the weather is colder up north but you don't have to worry about running up the a/c.
  • Try Jerome. Small town, plug into solar for electric.
  • I'm moving near there with my fiancé soon actually. My fiancé's last name happens to be Prescott [which will soon be my last name], so I think that would be fun to live in Prescott or Prescott Valley just for namesake. :) ...Just remember Prescott-natives pronounce the city's name 'Pres-kit' not 'Pres-cot'. Haha ...You'll be pegged as an automatic newcomer if you say otherwise. ;) I've heard that Prescott Valley & Scottsdale are the nicest areas in AZ. Scottsdale is very high class w/ great nightlife and Prescott valley is a little bit quieter & less expensive housing. ASU is one of the top 100 schools in the World for recruiting into the Peace Corp, Global studies & interdisciplinary studies too! So, if he goes there or transfers there, he's in good hands! One big factor about Arizona *overall* that concerns me is...... Grass. I just simply adore parks & green grass! Prescott is close to a green National Park and, along with Prescott Valley & Scottsdale, it seems to be a little bit better in terms of being green rather than just rocks everywhere else in AZ!... But that's a personal preference. :) Condo/Apartment rental prices are pretty comparable to suburban Boise, Idaho. The Condo I own in Idaho has a monthly mortgage close to $800 for 2 bed/2 bath/2 -story/1 car garage which is comparable to a fully furnished 2 bed/2bath/2-story rental I saw for $825 in Prescott, AZ. Work might be a commute, but the good thing is that the highway will get you to several neighboring cities fairly quickly -- opening quite a few job opportunities. Hope that helps! :D Answer mine?? http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;...
  • Prescott Valley, Az here! Have lived here for 10 years, and we finally have our own Walmart! Not too much for young people to do here socially. However, there is Tim's Toyota Center for live entertainment and hockey games. Heavily populated here with seniors and senior care. Truly love BEST about Prescott & Prescott Valley, everyone loves dogs. The Humane Society does not euthanize dogs and cats. Adoption of dogs and cats here is really big.
  • Prescott is a nice little safe town and only a hour and a halfish from phoenix the only bad thing is since it is not that huge you might have to make a commute to phoenix for a job.
  • I have been to a campus in Prescott. the student houseing was pretty nice. I forget the name of the school. some native american name i believe. its nice, close to flagstaff and phoenix. you do get snow and ice in the winter too. Houseing in AZ is also very cheap compared to alot of other places on the east coast and west coast.
  • great areas; C. Scottsdale, N. Scottsdale, Fountain Hills, Paradise Valley, Gilbert, Chandler, N. Phoenix, Prescott, Sedona, and Carefree are all quite nice.
  • It's no secret. It's called HYPOCRISY. And they're very good at it.
  • You mean that because they agree with a single nation in one respect, they have to agree in ALL respects? We are LONG past elementary school here. There are no "Allies and Enemies". Each nation is a mix of many things for us. You need to educate yourselves about basic politics in this section, because simplistic questions like this get shot down a lot.
  • Have you already forgotten Obama took millions from foreign contributors. And a foreign country has no standing to bring a law suit. It is our land our law.
  • They aren't getting any (or enough, more likely) campaign money from Mexico.
  • Baskin Robins and grocery stores will hire at fifteen. You can also ask neighbors to clean their house or mow their lawn or babysit... the typical stuff. I used to make quite a bit of money doing such things. You could also try other ice cream shops, I'm not sure how old you have to be, but my friends and I worked at Baskin Robins at fifteen and it was a great experienc!
  • nowhere legal hiring age is 16 not 15 and most employers are not even hiring 37 years olds right now. its called the great recession. i looked for a job here for 2 years i gave up.
  • First thing I'd like to say is "GOOD FOR YOU!" I have a 19 year old son who is lazy as heck! Check out http://waibelrd.datanetworkaffiliates.com and see if that is something you would be intrested in doing. Best of luck!
  • Fast food. Dress nice, Act smart. Tell them you do not use drugs.
  • For the same reason residents of Arizona can not sue the state or the local police departments when a crime is committed in the state. The federal government DOES enforce immigration law. People are caught and deported all the time. People are refused entry at the border all the time. There are now more border guards then ever before. However, there are still not enough to patrol the border and enforce other aspects of immigration enforcement. Doing so would cost a lot more money.
  • Because it's silly. Are you going to sue the police for not doing their job if someone assaults you?
  • Because the government doesn't work like that. If you were even halfway concious of how the federal legal system works, you'd know that.
  • In Arizona, one of the last 'Free' States, all you need is a driver's license or other legal photo ID, a clean legal record, and the money! You DON'T need any stinkin' 'special licenses or cards'!
  • Amen ^
  • Proof of competence is not required in Arizona.
  • there is again talk in Congress about some kind of licensing of tax preparers Enrolled Agents are certified by IRS after completing and passing the required tests CPA's are licensed as such as well as lawyers however since their areas of expertise are not necessarily taxes, they may not be up to date on regulations tax preparers who are paid for their work are in some states, REGISTERED, but not licensed of course, there are those volunteers ie VITA who have taken courses with IRS who are not registered(and definitely not licensed) Calif. has the California Tax Education Council where those preparing returns for pay are REGISTERED each year after completing continuing education requirements
  • There is no requirement for licensing. However, if you are doing so for money, you must sign the return under the paid preparer area. Also, if you choose to do E-file (which I highly recommend) you must register with the IRS. It is fairly simply. Visit IRS.gov and research it. Best of luck.
  • I'm a city girl so I'm not sure Flagstaff will be an exciting enough city for me to live in. Is there nightlife in Flagstaff? Or is it a boring town...I'm kind of concerned of how small of a city it is. I'm wanting a fun, exciting party school! I also know I want a school where there's lots of spirit! Fun to go to sports games and just all around a fun environment. Also, I'm looking to major in broadcasting. I know NAU has a good program, but how does it compare to other schools in the western area?
  • Northern Arizona U is rated "C" for fundamentals. However, you want a school with parties and a lot of nightlife, and you want to study Broadcasting. So, you at high risk of failing, and if you manage to graduate in Broadcasting, you'll likely be unemployed. Don't waste time, and your parents/taxpayer money, by going to college. Get a job instead — every night will be free for partying.
  • I have a cabin in Flagstaff and live in Phoenix, and am an Arizona State grad so maybe I can help. Flagstaff is a cool college town, but it is small and pretty "granola". Kids definitely party up there, but its a much slower paced place than ASU If you want a big school with tons going on and big sports teams, go to ASU which is just 2 hours south. Their Walter Cronkite School of Journalism is one of the top broadcasting schools in the country. If you are not from AZ you really should visit both schools campuses. Both are great in their own ways, but are VERY different atmospheres. Also if you like winter, snowboarding and so on NAU is great. If you want pool parties, and fun in the sun, ASU.
  • I want to attend University of Hawai'i at Manoa and Arizona State at Pheonix. I am from the southeast, but I have been to New Mexico and love the desert. I also grew up on the beach and I love that as well. I am not sure which one to chose. They are both about the same for out of state tuition, but I think I could get some scholarships with my SAT scores. I want to live wherever I go to college, so I don't want to make the wrong choice.
  • Both schools have very different strengths. Arizona has more options for majors. You should pick a school based on what you want to study rather than location. If you just want to live in Hawaii it makes more sense to save money and go to a community college instead of wasting it at the university.
  • You should go and visit the campuses of each place you're considering to get a better feel for them. Each place has its strengths and weaknesses, and you have to actually be there to see that. Plus, what degree program are you wanting? If it's related to oceanography, go to Hawaii. If not, Phoenix would probably be better. A friend went to Manoa and said the dorms were in horrible condition (several years ago, anyway), so it's things like that that you won't really know about unless you go and see it for yourself. It's a big decision that could potentially change your life, so check it out first! Good luck, and enjoy the journey!
  • yeah are you really asking strangers to choose for you well I would go to Hawaii but I don't know mch about either but really I would look at the courses and find out which on suited me best and go there as at the end of the day it is your future we are atlking about right
  • i say go to PHX, AZ. there is way too many tourists in Hawaii and PHX has a really good program.
  • go to whichever school has the better program
  • Dont move here! I moved here in 3 years ago n the people r the worst ever.. im a politically moderate conservative white guy from philly, and i can tell u, the people anywhere in the entire phoenix area are the most inconsiderate, impatient, rude, pretentious selfisn brats with huge anger management issues who blow a fuse AT ANY LITTLE THING that doesnt go their way. its like people always look like theyre always disgusted n annoyed at EVERYTHING and EVERYONE just cause your breathing their air. Alota, but not all people of phoenix fit the definition of psychopaths which is some1 whois anti-social and lack empathy. Not all people of phoenix r like this but a good amount and more than the average city and i lived in 5 different states. Its like people get very belligerent VERY QUICKLY at almost anything like they dont have any control over their anger. I have never lived anywher where people r like this 2 such a degree of, hostility, bitterness, pretentiousness and with such a high sense of low class that just act like trailer park entitled brats. i just wanna know why they have a chip on their shoulder and such a superiority complex with no reason 2 have 1. its not beverly hills. i been in l hills and its no way near like the high sense of entitlement phoenix people have with no reason…what gave them the right 2 act so superior, belligerent, condesending and so critical and judgmental and so hostile an disgusted 2ward others 4 no other reason just cause they might ask u the time or just breathing their air?…its not beverly hills, its not manhattan, its just phoenix..they gotta get over themselves. if u look up the definition of Psychopath which is: scheming, crafty, dishonest people people who have no ethics/conscience mean, selfish,unsympathetic, uncaring people disloyal people people who don't care at all about their work but only money. people who use others to their advantage racist/sexist people_racism is HUGE in Arizona. and Hate immigrant and 1 whose not white but they just really hate anyone other than themselves judgmental people rude people who have no concern for others feelings/welfare people who are only out for themselves people who think the world only revolves around to suit them people with bad tempers/get irritated quickly- This is also another HUGE issue in Phoenix. They would shoot you and flip u off just cause they dont get their way, especially when cobfronted driving on the road. Even when theyre in the wrong, they still feel the need 2 flip u off on the road..These people r amazing. http://noarizona.wordpress.com/#comments
  • You'll need to be 18 I guess. There is nothing no one can say to convince you either way to like or hate it here, I would suggest come visit. And when you and we say Phoenix, we may the large metro area.
  • Mom must want to get rid of you bad lol
  • Seeing as the Arizona law and the Federal law are one and the same it is just another waste of tax payers money. Holder does not know fact from fiction and neither does the site you used.
  • Nope. Mainly because there is nothing unconstitutional about the law. Have you noticed the argument about how it is unconstitutional has changed? because they realize they are wrong. The current BS lie is that the AZ will prevent the federal government from executing their duties to combat illegal aliens. FALSE - the law doesn't get in the feds way. It actually HELPS the Feds, since the locals will be handing them cases with bows wrapped around them. @MICHAEL N too bad President Clinton extended the power to combat illegals to the states. Kind of puts a wrench in the lawsuit. LMAO!!!!
  • How can that law be unconstitutional when it was created by man for man? The only way to justify legals is to search for papers and too al who believe it will create a biased attitude i'd rather that then the illegals coming in and using the system that was put in place for tax paying individuals.
  • I have read the law and there is nothing unconstitutional about it. I don't know what the judge in Phoenix will decide but I am sure the Supreme Court will find it Constitutional. *
  • Well the Justice dept does have some time on its hands since it refuses to even answer subpoenas about the black panthers and the voter intimidation case as order by holder. The Az. law will stand the test. OWE-Bama not so much.
  • No, the court will neither grant an injunction or declare the law unconstitutional I feel when it gets appealed to the Supreme Court that the Court will hit Obama in a 5-4 ruling saying that the federal government gave up their right to handle the issue by abrogating its duty
  • The only thing that could be remotely considered unconstitutional about it, without also challenging the federal law, it that the state is taking charge of the federal government's job. To which I retort "THEN HAVE THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT DO ITS F**KING JOB!"
  • The law is the exact same law as the federal law. If the Feds do not want to do their job and enforce the laws of the land, Than the states have the right to enforce their own laws. This challenge of the AZ law will fail.
  • the federal govt. is putting imigration on the back burner. Arizona law goes hand in hand with the federal law but just gives state authoritys the oportunity to act. WTF do you Low-life-liberals want to do allow anyone and their mom to come here illegally while we have millions of people out of a job? that means higher taxes to pay for MORE unemployeed, more taxes for OBAMACARE for the poor who cant afford it and get it for next to nothing ect.... this is stupid i cant believe people actually think anyone should come here and not be registered like the rest of us.
  • If it is found to be so, then every Federal Law that state and locals pursue, will be tossed--including convictions of the past 30 years--hence a lot of criminals out on the street---but that is what Barry and Eric want---more voters for themselves!!!
  • Bankruptcy is more than filling out forms. The advice you will receive from our Phoenix, Arizona bankruptcy lawyers may help make a big difference as to how much property you may be able to keep and how much debt you can eliminate. Our bankruptcy lawyers also may be able to save you money or personal property through the use of pre-bankruptcy planning. While not all property is exempt, you may be allowed to convert non-exempt property into exempt property before you file and then usually keep most of your property. Our experienced Phoenix bankruptcy lawyers can help you take advantage of all the relief provided by the United States Bankruptcy Code. http://bankruptcy-info.we.bs/At Phillips & Associates our Phoenix bankruptcy lawyers have the experience and compassion we all deserve to help you through this difficult process. We handle consumer Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases, Chapter 13 Wage Earner Bankruptcies, Chapter 7 business cases.
  • Bankruptcy can be a tricky procedure and I would really recommend finding a lawyer to walk you through the process. This will ensure that all your ducks are in a row and that you are filing for the correct type (Chapter 7 v 13). They may also be able to help get your credit score back up after the proceedings. I don't know if credit varies from state to state, but for an arizona resource, check out: http://www.phillipslaw.com/bankruptcy
  • The amount of time bankruptcy appears on your credit report is governed by FEDERAL law, therefore it does not vary by state. IF you file for bankruptcy, you NEED an attorney, Given the premise you have an attorney, it is THEIR job to address the rest of your questions.
  • DO NOT do this yourself. You need a lawyer.
  • i want to work an FBI special agent because i speak Arabic and English fluently but i was thinking about going to Arizona State University for the 4 years requirement to apply for an FBI special agent sooooooooooooooooo is it worth it to go there? and good for the job that i want? BTW , i'm a junior and live in Illinois.
  • I would suggest enrolling in a credit-transferrable Criminal Justice program for the first two years. You can do this at an online college or a campus (since you live in Illinois, try looking up Westwood College). They may have a Criminal Forensics program that will help you gain insight into the field before "wasting" your time (and money!) moving all the way to Arizona before realizing becoming an FBI special agent really isn't what you want to do for the rest of your life.... Keep in mind that you will most likely have to take many additional exams in order to work for the government. This may be an extremely time-consuming and costly process. I suggest getting your feet wet in the field, and like I said, check out those criminal justice programs.
  • What part of Arizona are you in? I'm in Show Low, but raised in Casa Grande. Francisco Grande will allow you to rent a penthouse or a conference room for parties. Actually, most hotels will let you rent out a conference room for just about anything, as long as you've got the money honey, they've got the room.
  • well i had a party at a hotel. we just rented a room. you could do it at any hotel. and in Phoenix there are plenty of hotels. get one with a pool and hot tub so you and your friends can swim. maybe go to a bigger one, usually the smaller ones are crappy
  • Probably not until some one rich enough donates money to the athletic department to build the facilities, hire coaching staff, buy equipment, and finally cover the scholarships. No seriously 5 of the 9 Big Sky athletic departments have a softball team with the most recent one being Idaho State. While the Big Sky doesn't have a softball conference that could change if more programs where added. With out any inside info it will come down to cost and how much interest there would be in a softball program at N.Arizona. With both Arizona U and Arizona State having softball I imagine most HS's have a Varsity program.
  • never. Liberals can't hit.
  • Sure if you have a credit card i am sure you can contact a bail bondsman in Arizona who can help you. Money talks!
  • No. It means a piece of paper on which you write (or type) the information for the third school. The information required is: School district in which school is located: Name of public school located in Arizona: Address of school: Amount of contributions made or fees paid to school named For the first two schools, write the information on the form. For all remaining schools, use your own paper.
  • Basically yes. Schedules are where you include information that flow to the main form. I don't remember anything specifically about AZ but if you think of the IRS method, Form 1040 (or 1040A and 1040EZ) are the main form that information is reported on and anything you had on Schedules, such as the A, B, or C would be summed up and placed on the main form. But in most cases, if the software you are using supports that AZ schedule, information entered on the Federal side should automatically flow to the AZ side, thus eliminating the need to prepare two return manually.
  • Mark, there are many good, and even great cities in Arizona and California, but it depends upon what you are looking for and how much money you have at your disposal. For instance, San Francisco is one of the best cities in the United States in my opinion. However, it is extremely expensive. I personally couldn't afford to live there, and I don't even have any children. Tucson might be a better bet for you if you don't mind the warm weather. It's got some beautiful desert along the edges, it is relatively relaxed, and it is not that expensive. Flagstaff, in northern Arizona might be a better bet if you don't like the heat. It has lots of forest around, a great college, and is in general a nice place to live. Prescott, AZ, (in the middle of the state) too, is quite pretty, has nearby forest, and is quite a comfortable place. It is not at all as warm at Tucson, but is not as cold as Flagstaff. Hope this helps. Good luck!
  • On Wednesday, Arizona Department of Public Safety agents raided a home in Chandler and rescued 10 kidnapping victims along with and suspected human smugglers. All of those taken into custody are illegal aliens. According to DPS Capt. Capt. Fred Zumbo, the Honduran nationals, eight men and two women were being held for ransom. The victims were being kept in locked rooms on the floor. The raid, which took place in an upscale Chandler neighborhood, came as a result of a tip by one of the victim’s relatives. Typically, the smugglers will bring their human cargo to a ‘drop house’ and phone their relatives south of the border, demanding a ransom of a few thousand dollars for their release. In many case, the victim is tortured so that their loved one on the other end of the phone can hear their screams. If their families simply cannot raise the money, the victims are often forced into labor or prostitution to pay off their captors’ price, basically becoming slaves. And, sometimes, they are murdered. In December, Phoenix police officers, along with Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents raided a drop house and rescued 11 minors, including a 2-year-old girl, a 6-year-old boy, a 7-year-old girl and at least three teenage girls. Three human smugglers were also apprehended in that raid. http://www.examiner.com/immigration-reform-in-national/drop-house-found-upscale-neighborhood-chandler-az-1
  • Look at this as though it were a pool of water. As the Arizona folks attack and work it, the problem goes down. Places like Buckeye, AZ which is west of Phoenix had a crime rate of 779. That is down now.. we don't know what it is, and the people who run the town want to keep it down. Go to http://www.city-data.com and look at the cities you know have a lot of illegal aliens in them. As you scroll down in the city you selected, you will find a crime rate graph. It tells a huge story. Keep in mind the jerks that started this did not want to discriminate between Hispanics and Mexican Nationals. They were lumped together. So when you see the population figures by ethnicity and race, keep that in mind. Keep in mind the illegal aliens go where they can be understood, and so the Hispanic Barrio is always the one that takes the hit.. and you can see it in the crime rates.
  • It is reported the number of illegal aliens in the Phoenix area is actually down. And one barometer they say is the number of people that are filing for food stamps. The number is down. And the number of people filing for food stamps in Texas is up considerably. Given rise to fact that most likely a lot of these people have moved to Texas. In fact the number of food stamp recipients have doubled in the last two years in Texas. If that is true, I would certainly hope that these kinds of crime would be on the decrease. Unless that area is their first stop and then are moved on to other states such as Texas. That is a very real scenario. .
  • I can't speak for chandler, but in my town about 100 miles away crime is down and I can go to a fast food restaurant and get a english speaking cashier. You wouldn't believe how hard it was to do that a year ago.
  • Well they all suck in their own special way, but here are a few... Glendale - Older area that's mostly white trash and border jumpers. Unless you count all the scorpions as "citizens"... Mesa - Yikes! About 75% of the population in currently in jail out here are from Mesa (don't ask me how I know). Loaded with tweakers and crime. Scottsdale - Not bad for partying and a nice place to live if you can afford it. But it's crawling with yuppies and snobs, so that can get irritating. But out of all the places in the Phoenix area, I'd pick that one to stay in - if I was rich. Tempe - This one's probably second best to Scottsdale, since it's probably the only place in the Phoenix area where you'll run into a steady amount of educated people. Kind of a college area. Another good place to party, most of the people aren't from here (that's a plus), and they're college students (so they have a few brain cells). Still has some issues, though. Surprise - "Surprise! You're in the freakin' desert!" This place is out west and, much like the rest of the Phoenix area, is full of illegal aliens, meth addicts, trailer trash, etc. But it's not as degenerate as Glendale and south/central Phoenix. Few decent neighborhoods, but all the good neighborhoods in the Phoenix area are across the street from a crackhouse, so it's really relative to what you're used to. Peoria, Avondale, and the rest of west Phoenix - See Glendale and Surprise. Cave Creek - Not much, but it's got some good tourist traps and a golf course for the richies that live out in that direction! Yay.... Queen Creek - Reminds me of surprise with more expensive houses. Phoenix itself (In all it's glory...) - Ah... do you like speed freaks, prostitutes, people who don't speak english, and the Hell's Angels? Then this is the town for you, dude! The summers are hotter than Hell's furnace in July, and you'll always be miserable in it. Don't buy into the hype that some people say - when it's hot enough to melt the asphalt at the airport, it doesn't matter that it's a "dry heat". Like wildlife? We have all kinds! Scorpions, tarantulas, centipedes that are half a foot long and chock full of poison, and pathetic looking wild pigs called "javelinas" that smell like skunks! If you're really lucky, you might get mauled by a cougar during a hike through the hills. Oh, and of course, rattlesnakes (as our FANTASTIC baseball team would insinuate). Education is pretty shot out this way, though, since Arizona was about the second worst state in the Union for it's public education, but who needs to know how to read? Books are for fags! But if you love guns (and most people out here do!) you can carry one wherever you want to go. Makes it easier for you to put yourself in a situation for our lovable, huggable sheriff to arrest you and keep you in his system for the rest of your life. He makes a lot of money off of that... I'm sure you've heard of him. Anyway, that's the Phoenix area in a nutshell for ya. So come on down! Don't be a stranger...
  • Do you recommend Phoenix proper or the whole Phoenix metropolitan section? There are ghetto style areas observed as Maryvale, south Phoenix, and wallet right here and there. common i might say maximum folk of the inhabitants right it is white (caucasion) with spanish being 2nd. you elect to stay close on your place of employment simply by numerous site visitors jam. there are a number of stunning areas. tell me what portion of the Phoenix metropolitan section you would be living and that i will make appropriate innovations.
  • Bit harsh that last comment was. There's more to phoenix great skate parks water parks museums etc. and let's not forget the asu women and cheap drugs! I for one love phoenix
  • California does not offer "sanctuary." California does not offer a "path to citizenship." The "Dream Act" in which Assemblyman Fuentes was involved does not concern citizenship--that is the FEDERAL "Dream Act" which is quite different. What California does under its "Dream Act" is provide financial support to college students who have attended a California high school for three years without regard to residence in California (whether they are legally resident in some other state or not) if there are funds remaining after all qualified residents have obtained aid. Yes, they can do that.
  • California is progressive. Arizona and Alabama are redneck conservative bigoted backward red states. California is integrated as Mexicans and Central Americans have been here a long time.
  • Liberals seem to be okay with state immigration laws as long as it's what they want. They are against actually enforcing federal laws, which is against illegal immigration.
  • Its lemons and oranges. States that seek not to act like Nazis will succeed
  • does it really matter?
  • inhale, just inhale and you will understand....ohhhhh ...yessss
  • Because Arizona is in a special class of states that receives more tax money then it contributes. It is a welfare state quite simply. They talk conservative and then accept tax payer money.
  • They probably don't really believe the law will hold up against the U.S. Constitution, but instead used this tactic to bring to the forefront the issue of immigration and the burden the states are being forced to bear due to weak laws and a weak federal intervention.
  • Why doesn't your brain contain a synapse or two that will help you comprehend the word "illegal?"
  • Arizona does NOT require work permits for minors.......... http://www.ica.state.az.us/Labor/Labor_Y...the answers provided by 'kbk823' concerning the hours is correct for the most part. for more detail see: http://www.youthrules.dol.gov/hours.htm
  • You can work from age 14 on. For 14 and 15 year olds, you are limited to 18 hours a week during the school year, and up to 40 hours a week when school is not in session. Can't work after 9:00 PM. From 16-17, you can work 40 hours a week, but not during school hours, when school is in session.
  • I WILL PAY FOR THE ONE WAY TICKETS . . .
  • illegal is illegal any way you cut it. illegal aliens cost the US over 250 Billion a year. 54% of illegal aliens are on welfare. 98% of illegal aliens have less than a HS diploma. All illegal aliens need to be deported. A study has been done to determine the cost of deporting ALL illegal aliens. The cost was estmated around 350 Billion and it was Noted that it would pay for itself in under 2 years. Some say the cost would be much lower. When you see a figure over 350 Billion it has been inflated to make it appear it is to expensive to consider. Then that 250 Billion a year could be used to pay our deficit. Providing it was used for that purpose and government didn't waste it. It could also be used to pay for a fence, wall etc on our boarder.
  • i'm from Cali and believe it or not most of us here are anti illegal, it's just that there are allot of demoncrats in office here and the demoncrats policy is to pander to the hugh population of illegals. i think it's going to back fire on them in the end, they have shown the American people that they will sell out our children's future to possibly gain a few votes. like so many others lately i am a former demoncrat that has gone independent. demoncrats have no luv for Americans!
  • If LA politicians undocumented workers are being mistreated in Arizona, grant them asylum in LA. Do not forget to give them free housing when they relocate to keep them away from Arizona's evil racist policies. It is the right and liberal thing to do.
  • No. While CA may or may not deserve the burden, I think John McCain should personally be required to pick up the tab for every expense incurred by the illegals in AZ.
  • Yes bus them to LA and drop them off at the mayors house. Especially since the feds said they won't deport them.
  • San Francisco and Los Angeles are already sanctuary cities. I think that's a great idea.
  • that is why CA is boycotting AZ, so the illegals don't leave AZ for CA.
  • haha you are very stupid, i feel bad for you
  • Sure sure, they don't seem to mind.
  • The Obamunist is using the Arizona law as a diversion. The press is on this issue and staying away from Obama care, Iran, the Oil spill and most importantly the economy. It focuses the public attention away from all of the other issues.
  • So Arizona decided to expand and annexed Nevada?
  • Uh....Vegas is in Nevada. Not Arizona...
  • holy smokes..you're kidding right.
  • It works great in Arizona, you can check out the coverage on helio.com of both voice and data for a specific area in Arizona. If you have to ask if the Ocean is worth the money, you have to ask it about any other phone your thinking of. And you are the only one that can decide that.
  • Three are at least 3 big installers in Arizona: SolarCity, SunRun and Sungevity. All three companies offer zero-down contracts as well as up-front ones. Here's a good article on Solar installation, and specifically on these companies: http://www.best-money-saving-tips.com/lo...
  • On a lease, some middleman needs to make money, so I suspect it's not as good a deal in the long run. It may be worth checking the forum at Northern Arizona Wind and Sun http://wind-sun.com/ForumVB/index.php . They're in Flagstaff, and the company itself does not do installations, but many small installers seem to congregate on their forum. You might be able to find someone here who you would not normally see in the phone book or other advertising. I'm assuming that you meant solar electric, but as a reminder, solar hot water will be a no-brainer, fast-payback proposition in Phoenix.
  • Homemade Solar Power Videos : http://SolarPower.siopu.com/?Wvk
  • hjhkkhj
  • Makes no sense. You are not a charity so it is not a donation.
  • no if someone donates money for your trip that merely is a gift for a donation to be eligible for a tax deduction on Sch A it would have to be a 501(C)(3) organization, individuals are not eligible as a basis for a charitable donation
  • Of course not, they don't file AZ taxes as they are not a resident nor do they have income there. You are also not a registered charity, so a "donation" to you is not tax deductible for anyone.
  • Obama is not President of Arizona. The next step, in my opinion, is for other states to now follow suit concerning its passing of a new Illegal Immigration law that allows law enforcement to actually “enforce” the law. The more states we can get on line to do this the better and the more ridiculous Obama and his Progressive government looks. The main reason Arizona has taken this step is because Bush and Obama have done nothing to protect our border. Obama views these people as gold nuggets because he can get their vote by giving them free goodies - where as, the tax payer looks at them as an annoyance - that is costing us our hard earned money and eating up 30% of our economy and more! o_O
  • Obama looked on the other way on illegal immigration and ended up getting owned on this one
  • Forgot to take your medication again? Oh, well...
  • Good luck there aren't many good agents (real agents) in arizona (or at least where I live) and watch out for scams. Don't do John Robert Powers (unless you want to loss money) Odds are you won't find out or at least a really good one. Good luck I've been looking for years and living in Arizona isn't the greatest for us actors
  • Since you are in AZ, please also watch out of ACT (Academy of Cinema and Television). They are a huge scam.
  • on my mom and dad have been divorced since i was 12...i recently graduated high school and he has ceased to pay child support....i live in louisiana...my dad lives in arizona...and i need money while im in college when i asked him he said he cutting off all finacinal support now that im 18.....so i need to go to the law to get it!!
  • At what age does child support payments end? Generally, when the child reaches 18 years of age or graduates from high school, whichever occurs later. A child automatically becomes ineligible for child support if he/she marries, is adopted, or dies. Arizona --------------------------------- At what age does child support payments end? Generally, the obligation ends when the child reaches 18 years of age unless the child is still in high school - in which case the support ends upon the child's graduation from high school, or the child's 19th birthday, whichever occurs first. Louisiana Sorry, you're out of luck Don't screw around with any females there. You can be ordered to pay if they cannot identify other sex partners, even when you're not the father. Child support, as well as the court system, is not the same there as anywhere else in the united states. Also, they can impregnate themselves after oral sex or from a used condom, and you pay. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\
  • When you parents got divorced, if it was court ordered to continue child support if you entered into college, then he has not choice but to pay it and deal with it. If its that bad for you, you can always get your mother to take him back to court and get it. Get proof you're attending college and chances are child support will continue. 18 is considered legal age where you should be out on your own. People would love to have someone pay for their school so they didn't have to get a job, but sometimes reality doesn't work that way. Good Luck :)
  • The only way is if he agreed to help support you during college when he agreed on paying child Support in the first place... So hes not legally responsible for child support any more. just get a job. jacqui
  • Unless it was awarded during the divorce proceedings than your out of luck. Welcome to the real f****n world! Get a job and earn it like the rest of us, unless you expect your god Obama to pay your way. I don't (and you probably shouldn't either) blame your dad for not wanting to pay. You do realise how much they took from him for child support and he couldn't even claim you as a deduction. I don't know the fact and am assuming a little from experience but do you think your mom contributed as much as your dad? If so she's one of the few. Yeah.....it's a bitter subject.
  • He is right, get financial support form the financial aid office.
  • He has no obligation to continue supporting you nor does your mother.
  • your on your own.get a job.he is doing you a favor.
  • Fly from Milwaukee's Mitchell Airport to Phoenix Airport. You want to stick to the major airports to save money. Flying into the smaller airports, like Flagstaff, would cost more money and there aren't that many airlines that fly into Flagstaff. Plus, you always have to make connections. You have a much better choice of airlines to choose from in Milwaukee. You can always drive to Flagstaff or have someone drive to Phoenix to pick you up. I always fly out of Chicago Midway Airport to go to Phoenix or any other destination.
  • If you drive get down to I-40 it goes all the way to Flagstaff.. There are lots of nasty folks on the freeway areas.out west. Mostly transplants and travelers. Stop at well lit crowded places and have fun.
  • I'd fly, but there's an Amtrak station in Flagstaff.
  • There is a huge diffference between Phx and Flag, but airfares right now are pretty good. You might also be able to fly in to Prescott depending upon where you are going. go online to Kayak.com or some other consolidator and check prices.
  • so my daughter is 9 years old and her father bailed when i was three months prego. i never went after him for child support (although he makes GOOD money) and have struggled and been a single mom living pay check to pay check for the last 9 years. but also making sure my daughter does not go without. my question i guess is if i filed for child support would he have to back pay all 9 years and also would it give him any rights to her? i just want to make sure when the time comes for her to go to college there is money put away for that and think that he should have to pay for her too. but he is crazy and on drugs so dont want him to have rights. any advice would be helpfull as i know nothing about this kind of thing or where to even file or get child support papers. thanks
  • if you live in arizona i don't know where to tell you to go. but if you were in chicago you would go to child-welfare, ADC, aid to dependent children. so if you have some thing like that where ever you are that would be the place to go. asking for child support does not mean that you would have to give your child up to him, and as a matter of fact if he is crazy as you say and on drugs i don't think he would have a right to her. but now if he clean up his act he might have visitation rights. and if he has not been giving support for the last 9 years i would think that he would have to pay back child support. i have heard of this, if he is still working even with an addiction he would have to pay child support. but to make sure you should go to the child support place and see what they say or go or call a lawyer and ask them. they shouldn't charge you for asking where to go and if you are suppose to get back support. look in the phone book for a lawyer that specialize in child support cases.
  • I live in Pa. I am sick of the crazy *** weather. I want to move somewhere where the weather isn't bad, no tornatoes, no huricanes, and no earthquakes. I want to know: If its nice. What the crime is like. The normal weather(temps) rarity of getting big bugs in your home. rarity of snowing. rarity of earthquakes, tornatoes, and huricanes. If the alergies are Bad
  • CNN.Money rated Scottsdale #7 as the best places to live. Go to their website for more info, cnn.money.com. I lived there for 3 years and I agree with it's rating. I now live in Northern Virginia and I really miss Arizona. Bugs: I only had ants in my home and regular pest control solved the problem. Depending on where you live, Scorpions. Snow: RARE Normal Weather: Beautiful., however June, July and August can be unbearable, some days 110+. The heat in the summer in Scottsdale would be my biggest complaint.
  • i might think of complicated until now shifting. you will possibly be able to evaluate taking a visit out to circulate to because of the fact it has replaced lots interior the final ten years. whilst searching for a competent area to stay in undergo in techniques you may consistently touch the community police branch to the area you desire to stay and request area crime information to evaluate to. be helpful and comprehend housing is approximately 2-4 cases the cost it became ten years in the past. The Valley isn't an identical place you left with 1000's of folk shifting here each month.
  • No money, no job i need to find a church or a program or anyone for that matter that will help provide me with transportation to Tucson,Az. from somewhere closeby. I am a 21 year old male living in Fairfield Ca. and need to get to Arizona to be with my 19 month old son. I currently have no job and a suspended licsense but am more than willing to work.
  • Look at ride share on Craigslist Bay Area and Arizona both.
  • BUS
  • I've been asked by multiple people that are a part of my mental health team if I want them to help me get on S.M.I. and I don't really know all that much about it. I know they help you with housing and mental health services. But my main concern is I don't know if I can go stay with friends for like a month at a time or things like that without them freaking out..please help me..thank you =]
  • If you go into a program, you will be limited in movement and working. You will be in a well established government program, and answerable more than now. You would probably have to report to a therapist weekly, so would have to be in town for that and to get your medications. What is more important is your mental health and well being. Many people are in the system and do well. If it is not for you, don't do it, and manage on your own. However, in Arizona, jobs and money are tight right now. You won't find a job with the insurance benefits you need. Weigh both sides and make a rational decision.
  • I just moved to florida from arizona and didnt have the money at the time to bring my little six or seven pound puppy with me. Now i'm trying to figure out how i can get him here without having to personally fly back myself. It's really important to me to get him here soon,safe, and as cheap as possible(: HELP!!
  • There is now only one airline that transports animals. The animal needs to be ok'ed by a vet, up to date vacs, fresh water and food and proper carrier. The flight ticket will run about $250.00-$300.00 I would find another solution. Maybe run a ad, asking is someone is driving to your location like a truck driver. Offer to pay for their help. Just make sure yu trust this person.
  • I'm not sure what to tell you. Who has the puppy now?...you need to talk with them as well as the airlines....I mean the puppy cannot board the plane himself or pay his own airfare. See if you can get a relative or someone to bring the puppy to you if/when they visit.
  • Cheapest is to have her fly solo. Either through one of the regular airlines or though pet airways though from AZ to FL she'd have to fly out of Phoenix to Ft. Lauderdale, as those are they only cities Pet airways currently fly too in those two states.
  • shipping one can be very stressful for a puppy. think of being alone, and lots of sights and sounds that you have never heard. it could be verytraumaticc on the puppy. we breed cockers and i would never agree to ship one of our puppies to ANYONE! no matter how much i could make. you need to think of the puppy. not how bad you miss him, though im sure you do.
  • can you get him to you by ferry (cheapest way) if not then the airlines is the only other option
  • It would be cheaper just to get another dog.
  • I got flashed on the freeway (by the camera) lol.. and my friends/family who have gotten a photo radar ticket said not to pay it because it the ticket was not served to me. I haven't gotten the ticket in the mail yet but know for a fact that I got flashed as i was going 11 over. I heard if you just wait like 3 months or so after you receive it in the mail then it will get dismissed. and if you don't open your door for the person that might be serving you the ticket. Has anyone not paid it before? what happend? also- i heard that the tickets given by photo radar (in arizona) ONLY fine you, but doesnt add points or anything else to your license... is this true? Any help is appreciated... please only answer if you know what you're talking about and have had experience with this... or know of anyone who did. Thank you!
  • If you are mailed a ticket, you technically do not have to pay it, since all tickets must either have a waiver signed or be issued in person. They will then send a process server to personally serve you. They will also tack on a fee to pay for the server. I guess you could technically avoid the ticket by never answering your door. This is an HTML version of a PDF regarding this issue (since I couldn't get the URL of the PDF to come up completely): http://209.85.173.132/search?q=cache:ou2...
  • Arizona Photo Radar
  • You deserve to lose your license. Not for speeding, but for not knowing your rights and actually paying it like some sheep. I probably got about 6 or 7 of them from the 202 while I lived in AZ... but there's really nothing you could do since the 202 was rushed during high traffic time and if you didn't maintain speed or speed even more to do a lane change, you were more than likely going to crash. I never paid one, and was never served by anyone. So, I'd pitch them in the trash, and after two months I would know I was in the clear and would inevitably get another one soon after. I personally got to witness an old lady trying to slow down to avoid getting flashed getting on the 202 (or 101, I forget) from McKellips and then causing three cars to crash resulting in two deaths... not a big story on that in the newspaper.. weird huh? Also, because you go to the class, doesn't mean the points will be cleared.
  • Do not pay it. They can not suspend your license. Heck it doesn't even go on your driving record unless you go 20 over, then you might have DPS at your door. There is a back log in the AZ courts. Throw it away, shred it w/e and remember odds are 50/50 they will try to serve you. Unless its the City of Scottsdale, you will have a random person in his personal vehicle trying to serve you. And if you are from out of state, you especially should not pay, They are not going to send a server to your state for a $180 ticket unless you go 20 over, then you might want to because of DPS. A private company out of Australia is who your paying! And on a side note, if you are not the driver you are not required to identify who is driving, you just contact them and say its not you driving, you send them a copy of your DL stating its not you, thats how you protect a friend whos driving your car. Just a little FYI.
  • Hey this happened to my dad, too, and he still hasn't gotten the ticket. Hopefully we were going fast enough, to make the camera's picture blurry lol. Oh and we were in the desert and out of nowhere a camera just flashes.
  • I would PAY the fine unless you want the marshall (that's who does it in Neavda) to show up at your door Where ever it is they WANT their money and will have you arrested if you don't pay up
  • If you get a Ticket in the mail... You best Pay It or go to court... You ignore it they will suspend your Drivers License... Doesn't matter what State you live in... It is called reciprocity... The next time any Police Officer runs your Plate...off to Jail you go... Welcome to Socialism...
  • I wouldn't pay them crap either, tell them to kiss your butt. A computer can't write you a ticket.
  • Thank you everyone for the answers
  • PROTECT YOURSELF, GET PHANTOMPLATE.COM
  • You are over the limit for small claims in Arizona. You don't need an attorney to sue someone. Most of the work can be done yourself and with a process server. It's much cheaper. You would receive the money for attorney costs, but if they aren't paying you already then it's just added on to a debt and wouldn't be cash in hand. Save the money until you receive the judgment to hire an attorney for collecting the debt. Remember, obtaining a judgment against someone isn't very difficult, it's receiving payment. Courts usually have step by step instructions. With a promissory you have an open and shut case. If you don't feel comfortable without an attorney holding your hand, then hire one.
  • They aren't paying... but have until October... which is it? Why would they pay now if they have until October? Okay, either way, what you might want to do is either when they are behind on payments, or if it is a single-payment "balloon note", thirty days before the balloon, have a credible litigator send them a Demand Letter. If that doesn't work, then decide whether you want to pursue this without an attorney (since you'll have an idea what it will cost to hire one), and if so, you may want to go to Small Claims as process is simplified. If you go to small claims, you will have to forego any claim over the limit. Most places that seems to be $5,000, so you can only sue for that much (plus costs) and the rest of the Note evaporates. You won't be turned out because the amount is higher, it's just that the SCC can't give you a verdict over that.
  • Any lawyer should be able to handle this.
  • arizona deal? california is not really getting...? What are you blathering about? Yes, you need to pay your tickets.
  • Let your conscience be your guide.
  • I don't know how much they make in Arizona, but I know that here in Michigan they make pretty good money. Starting out, straight out of college, they can make upwards of $20 an hour depending on the clinic, and it only goes up from there with experience. My friend's mom is a hygienist and she makes $40 an hour. Not too bad, I'd say. I'm pretty sure that it's about the same state-to-state with maybe a few fluctuations.
  • About the same as the ones in New Mexico. How do I know? Is it a high paying profession anywhere else? I think it would be the same anywhere you go. Just like me. In my job skills...I get paid the same no matter where I am.
  • KTAR 92.3 FM 8:20 Arizona’s Morning News = Closing 10:45 Bruce St. James = Fight 2:15 Mac And Gaydos = Money 8:02 Dave Ramsey = Cash Daily Connect = CRUSH KTAR SPORTS 98.7 FM / 620 AM 8:15 Football Fix = Chicken 1:45 Song of the Day = Speedo 5:55 Knowledge Drop = 336 Arizona Sports Code = MATHIEU
  • Sports 98.7 815 FOOTBALL FIX - CHICKEN 145 SONG OF THE DAY - SPEEDO (RL LOST HIS CONTRACT) 545 KNOWLEDGE DROP - 336 ARIZONA SPORTS CODE - MATHIEU INSIDER NEWSLETTER - CALL TWITTER REWARDS - BEAR
  • I don't live in Arizona But I know for a FACT John Robert Powers is NOT GOOD. They tell everyone they have "talent" or "the right look" and then they ask you for your money and get you know work. Whatever you do. Don't go there. Always make sure to google reviews on the acting schools you want to go to.
  • John Robert Powers is NOT a good acting school- it is insanely overpriced and will not help you with anything you'd like to get help with. In terms of where to find acting classes/coaches... try one of the local universities. Contact their drama dept and see if they offer classes not for credit (for non-college students), they may also be able to recommend private lessons. Best of luck!
  • None. You have to be 16 years or older to legally get a job and work. There are no employers that hire people under 16. Due to child labor laws. You do not need a job either. Your a little kid in like 6th grade. You don't own a car(not even allowed to own one), you don't pay bills or rent, or food, electricity? No your parents do all that. Plus they say 14-15 years olds can work. but in reality, no employers hire than because of the law. You can only work 3 hours a day, which will earn you no money at all.
  • you have to be 14... it's a federal law against child labor. you're gonna have to get a crappy job to start out until you get more experience and references. try fast food places; they hire frequently, and you dont need as many qualifications to work there. my friends got jobs at dunkin donuts when they were 14. mcdonalds and burger king might hire, although as they have more dangerous frying equipment, i think dunkin is your best bet. supermarkets are fantastic places for first jobs.. being a bagger is boring, but hey, it gets you paid! ps- a lot of work at home things are gimicks and scams. for your first job, before you get some more life/economic experience, i'd stick to a job where they physically HAND you your paycheck, as opposed to a place that mails it to you. work at home seems easier, but the payment is more sketchy.
  • you will possibly desire to be sixteen years or older to legally artwork and get a job. There are not any employers that hire people under sixteen. and you do no longer opt for a job, your a splash baby in like 6th grade, do you pay charges, very own a motor vehicle(no longer allowed to very own one), foodstuff, electrical energy? No your mothers and fathers do all that. Ask around they allow you to grasp the comparable appropriate subject.
  • Try mcdonalds i think they hire 14 year olds all the time!!!!well good luck
  • Dear i suggest you http://www.BiznFin.com it will help you .there are many other solutions keep using answers.yahoo.com
  • I took a friend fishing on my boat. I asked him if he had a fishing license and he said yes. Afterwards i found out he lied to me and did not have a license. A few days later another friend notlified me that as the captain of the boat, i was responsible for the passengers and i could have also been ticketed and fined by the arizona game and fish warden. The guy is 47 years old and i don't feel it is my responsibility to visually check another adults fishing license however i don't want to be fined either. Can the game warden issue both him and i tickets for him not having a fishing license???? I have a fishing license.
  • YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE . . . While you are not directly responsible for him, you indirectly are responsible for his actions in your boat. Your friend not having a license, would result in him getting a ticket an paying a fine. But the problem could go much further. . . You could find yourself in serious consequences as a result of him not having a license. For example, (and this happened to someone I know): This guy in my marina took a friend out for a day on his boat fishing. They had a great day, and both caught their limit. As they were pulling anchor, up cruises two Game Wardens in one boat along side. That's when the "fishing buddy" is discovered as having no fishing license. As one Game Warden writes the fishing buddy a ticket for not having a license, the other asks to see their day's catch. Now, the owner of the boat, and the only one with a fishing license, gets a ticket for poaching as it is obvious he has twice his legal catch. He is instructed to follow the Game Warden to shore, where he is met by local police, arrested for poaching, his boat confiscated. Now of course, this most likely would not have gone as far as it did, had the "fishing buddy" not told the Game Warden he wasn't fishing when he couldn't produce a license. True also, is they fact they both probably had a few too many beers, and in fact were lucky they didn't get a BUI. Arizona pays up to $8,000 rewards for turning in poachers. Where do you think this reward money comes from? Answer: Fines paid by poachers. So. . . No you would not be responsible for your friend not having a license, but as owner of the boat the two of you are in, you sure are responsible for everything else as a result. John
  • You're not responsible to check your passenger's fishing license. It's the same situation if your driving with a friend, you get tired, and he switches over with the driving. It's not your responsibility to check to see if he is actually licensed. Better than asking Yahoo, call up your local wardens and ask them. It would be good to start a dialog.
  • Ooooh. Too bad. Of course, you are responsible. You 're the one riding that boat. And I think, they will still have and inspection report. Just face the consequences. Tell the truth.
  • just him
  • The state of Arizona does not make education a priority when it comes to the budget of the state thus creating overcrowded classrooms with ridiculous demands upon the teachers. The teachers do an good job and need the support of the parents and the public. To answer your questions, yes we have good public schools - what we do not have is the money to create excellent schools. Anyone who says otherwise doesn't know what what they are talking about. Parents and children need to be held accountable to their performance and stop thinking this world is going to spoon feed them everything they need for free. You can thank a teacher for being able to read this message.
  • yes arizona have good public schools.
  • When i was in school 7 yrs ago they were bad, it seems like they getting better now with the kids that are coming in to college seem to know more than i did when entering. they still over crowed tho.
  • The schools in AZ are terrible when compared to most other states. I lived in Phoenix for 9 years and I would never want to raise a child there.
  • there are good and you find good and bad teachers
  • A few minutes. Arizona is very much a pro-gun state. You walk into a gun shop and pick the gun you want. They run an "instant" background check over the phone. You fill out a federal form 4473, pay for your gun and you're done. Or, you could bypass even that process and buy a used gun from a private party. No form, no background check, just money.
  • about 2-6 weeks, they have to do a background check on you, get a serial number on the gun etc
  • It will take you longer to park the car.
  • Back in April i was driving on the 10, going through AZ when my photo was taken by the great state of Arizona. lol. Couple months later, i got a citation in the mail saying i was "speeding". The posted speed limit was 75, the cameras were set to go off at 85, i was doing 86!! so i Called the corresponding courthouse, to see if I could get a TBWD( Trial by written declaration)and according to the clerk i spoke with, the particular judge of that courthouse "doesn't do those". I cant afford the time or money to go back to AZ to fight this BS. i didnt release any of my information when I called the Courthouse. What should I do? I thought about just ignoring it, but I read some stories online that people who used this philosophy ended up with a suspended license.
  • I recommend that you call several Attorneys in Arizona who specialize in the defense of speeing tickets. Hire the one who you think will do the best job for you and have him appear on your behalf.
  • If it is your first cost ticket (Your license is sparkling) lease an attorney. he gets it decreased to a non-moving violation and not using a concern. that is no longer the main low-fee technique, although that is going to artwork. you're able to take place your self, although the deck is in opposition to you. The cop schedules all his tickets for a similar day of the month, and except he blows all of them off, he is going to show. in case you bypass that course, you extra effective have some legalese to spout on the choose. issues like soliciting for evidence that the gun became in calibration, that the officer has had certification/receertification on that variety, and so on. A attorney knows of what those style of little issues are. and that they've have been given to have the skill to furnish them. yet while they are able to't, the choose will extra often than no longer furnish a continuance til a later date so prosecution can produce them. if that is basically you, the prosecutor will shelter this up, and it will drag on for an quite long term, and as quickly as extra the deck is in direction of you. however the prosecutors and the secure practices attorneys all know each and every and another, and then back than bypass by using all that the prosecutors will in simple terms modern-day the safeguard attorney a deal to spare each and every of the BS. speedy know advice: Paying a attorney sucks, i understand, although that is worth it. it gets taken care of perfect. you should conflict each and every cost ticket, because of the certainty which you by using no capacity understand while there'll be one which you would be able to no longer get out of. and that they often persist with you for 3 years, and you likely have a blighted document, they're extra desirable apt to slap you with here one. i'm a trucker, and that i've got had various tickets, and that i take no opportunities with my license, reason i choose it to make my living.
  • What BS are you talking about? You went over the speed limit by 11 miles an hour. You think you're above the law or something? Pay the ticket and move on with your life.
  • I've done many a trial by written declaration and won several, but I thought they were only for us Californians, I don't think AZ does these.
  • How about quit complaining and pay the ticket. YOU knew the speed limit was 75 YOU chose to speed so YOU need to pay the ticket
  • They have them all over the state now. Don't know what to tell you.
  • Ultimately, money is not worth not getting what you get to succeed. That being said, ASU has wonderful opporutnities that are equivalent to UT-Austins. The Barrett Honors College is really what makes it shine though. If he is not interested in the BHC, I would probably say go to UT-Austin via CAP. Ultimately, I suggest that your son visit ASU and stay the night with students, if he has not done so.
  • Well, going to UT-Tyler or UTSA for the cap program basically sucks. I wasn't a cap student, but I went to UT-Tyler, and friends that were in the program took about 2 years to transfer to UT. If he has a full ride, why not take it? Living in Austin is very expensive if he's not in an apartment. The school is great, but Arizona seems just as good.
  • If I were your son, I would take the full ride from ASU and then try and transfer to UT Austin. The full ride would be great because financially, it would be easier and ASU is still a great school. If he doesn't like it there, then he would be motivated to still be a sharp student and transfer into UT Austin successfully. Plus, his time at ASU might make him change his mind and he may decide to stay there. I know people always say follow your dreams, but you can't reject opportunities like a full ride without seeing what it's all about.
  • With your GPA, you should have no problem getting in. If you continue that GPA then heck yes. For the best thing to do is call or email the school and ask what is expected of you and then go from there.
  • I am an actress and i am looking for local theatre auditions. Yes i do sing and i can dance. I also am looking for TV show or movie auditions (e.g. Disney Channel) Anywhere in Arizona plz. I really want to become famous! Anything that will get me ahead in my career. I am a teenager if that helps. Plz help me! Thank you!
  • For theater auditions, your best bet world do an internet search and find out what theaters are close to you and check their websites about upcoming shows and auditions. If they don't include audition information on their webpage - then they're not interested in non-professionals from auditioning. But since you're more interested in fame and not acting - you could look into reality shows. I don't know if there are many for teens, but there are web sites and the like dedicated to reality shows with information about people who want to be in them. You don't have to have any acting training or experience either. (Sometimes they prefer people who are not actors). Just FYI, professional screen acting (like Disney channel) are not cast through open auditions. You have to be invited to audition (usually through a talent agent). How it works is like this - a casting director (CD) is hired to cast a show. If the CD knows an actor they think might be good for a role, they contact the actor (or their agent) and invite them to audition. The CD might also write what is called a "breakdown" (a description of the project and the roles to be cast). Using an online communication network like Breakdown Services, the CD notifies agents of the breakdown. The "good" ones are usually NOT released to actors or the general public. Agents review the breakdowns and "submit" their client for a role which means they send in the actors head shot, acting resume, and acting reel showing their previous screen work to the CD. If the CD is interested in the actor, they'll contact the agent and invite the actor for an audition. And you can't just hire a talent agent. Agents are paid on commission which means they get paid a percentage of what the actor makes. Since they are paid only if the actor actually gets a job, agents are picky about who they take on as clients. They don't want to spend a lot of time and effort on an actor that doesn't book a job since they don't get paid then. And they can be picky, because there are a lot more people wanting to be an actor then there are roles. Put simply - professional actors are not just "discovered". An acting career is a big investment of time, effort and money, with no guarantee of a return on that investment. Professional acting is a business. In addition to CDs and agents there are acting unions, legal restrictions/requirements for minors, marketing and networking. As a teenager, YOUR PARENTS would have to be very actively involved in any career you attempt. If you decide that you're interested in acting (instead of being famous), you do have several things you can do. Look into acting classes. Voice and dance lessons can be helpful too. Then audition for what you can in your area - school plays, community theater, church groups, any local productions. Performing with other groups like a choir, band, dance troupe or the like can be helpful too. Other things you can do: * Check the website for your local film commission and see what opportunities are there. It's a bit of a long shot, since they're generally interested in adult actors - but you can always check to see if there's something appropriate for you. * Contact local film school and ask how they find actors for student films and then check those resources. Again, it's a long shot since generally adults are used, but you can try. * Read plays and scripts - all kinds - keeping an eye out for characters and monologues you want to develop. * Join a drama club and look into competing in the acting divisions of speech/drama forensic competitions. * Read articles, websites and books about acting - both the craft of acting and the business end of things. Learn what you can about acting techniques and how the industry works. This can help you figure out if you really want to attempt a professional acting career. * Get together with friends and make your own shows, movies, web series or other production. * Keep your grades up at school and embrace learning. You never know when you might use something you learned in school in your acting. Good luck
  • Unfortunately you can't. AZ would benefit - a bottle bill would reduce litter, increase recycling, and reduce cost to government and taxpayers...and you'd get paid! But you can still get paid (less) for aluminum cans at a scrap yard. The national recycling rate for bottles and cans is pathetic, but the 10 deposit states recycle more containers than the other 40 states combined.
  • It's not religious if you aren't religious. It just depends where you put yourself. I have been here since I was 21, and I"m 25 now. I have found it slightly hard to find a "close group" of friends; there are a lot of shallow people around here. The summers are hot, just sit in a sauna at your local YMCA for a few minutes and that's what you'll experience for a few months. But the rest of the year it's nice. In the winters, I think it actually gets pretty chilly. Phx is a big, small city. At first, it'll seem like a large city but after you roll around and get to know people in different parts, it really isn't that big at all. You'll find yourself seeing people you know when you're out and about; and since a majority of the people are from the midwest, everyone is pretty nice. Like any other city, it has its ghetto areas, but if you don't hang out in those parts of town, you really don't notice it much. Moving here after HS to go to college? If so, I'd recommend living in the dorms the first year. You'll find it hard to afford an apartment without working, and school will take up most of your time so it'll be hard to work to earn that money to pay for everything .Arizona can get real expensive real fast, especially with gas. Gas may go down and get cheap but Phx is a VERY spread out city and before you know it, you'll find yourself driving 20-25 miles just to one place and there goes your gas in a hurry. Also, dorms are a great way to meet people. IF you plan on drinking before you're 21, AZ has some of the toughest laws in the nation when it comes to drinking and driving so mind that as well. Good luck to you
  • Phoenix kicks ***, yea it gets really hot but as long as you're around a body of water ( lakes, pools, waterparks), its really not to bad. I have lived in phoenix since i was 6 months and its really not so bad when you're used to it. I lived on the west side off of 71st ave and camelback and also of 63rd ave and thomas it's not so bad, but scottsdale is ,more of the richy people and west side is rougher, but as long as you arent some prissy you should be fine. I live in centraql phoenix now but i miss the west side so much, its my side and no matter where i live i will always consider it home there. And there are lots of different religions out here, it doesnt mean you have to be into it. just watch out for the jehovah witnesses they get annoying sometimes, but i havent had to deal with them lately.
  • Moved here (Phoenix) when I was 2 from Boston. I have to say I miss it (I visit often) but I love Phoenix! Plenty to do during the summer, heat is nice when you have a pool. Plus, we don't get any threats from earthquakes or tornadoes, things like that. It's just a generally great place to be.
  • dooo not come here. ive been living in phoenix for 8 years and its sooo boring specially for teenagers and people that wanna goo out. when u first come ull be okay with it but when uve lived here for a year or 2 ull regret moving her becus theres never anything new barely any funn places to go i wish i cud move somewhere else and its REALLLY hot during the summer and during winter its not that cold its only chilly in the morning and usually the sun comes up around 10 a.m and its good
  • well its hot as hell lol and i live on 63rd & thomas wich is west side if yew dont like gangs & drugs then i suggest scottsdale, thats were all the white ppl at phoenix will get yo *** tore up if yew aint from there but i wouldnt live anywhere else :]
  • hot. really, really hot and surprisingly very religious. it is definitly a christian community
  • I have been admitted to ASU, more specifically the Walter Cronkite School, as an incoming freshman next year- that being the fall 2010 semester. I have a scholarship that will pay a substantial amount of my tuition, and I may get an even bigger one next week depending on a number of factors. I already have enough credits to omit a single semester from high school AP and honors courses, meaning that if I took five classes a semester, I would graduate in 7 semesters, or 3.5 years. Now, this is good and all, but I live in Arizona, and I hate it. My question is this: I have heard that it is possible to defer your admissions and scholarship for up to a year. How would I do this? I am thinking that working to save up money for a year would be wise, and I might go stay in Washington for the next year.
  • Contact Arizona State University and ask them about the procedure./
  • It is not cost-effective. It is not reliable 24/7 power like we need. If it was, they would be building them everywhere. Even with the huge incentives (about 50% off) now provided in Arizona, the break even point is about 20 years. This is primarily for the rich that have a lot of money and just want to help save CO2 production.
  • I assume you're talking about electric power generation? Not much reason for solar power on a large scale... several reasons for this... Large-scale solar energy is very expensive to produce, a power company couldn't really sell it on a large scale because they'd have to charge much more than other power companies producing energy in the old-fashioned way. Current technology for small-scale solar power generation is also very expensive but the cost is manageable if spread over a several-year period and supported with tax subsidies or other incentives. With current technology, large-solar power generation equipment also is very environmentally damaging to produce. It would take many years for the environmental harm caused by manufacturing large-scale solar arrays to be balanced by any environmental gain derived from solar power. Except in a few areas of the world, there's not enough consistent sunlight to to prevent the need for large-scale battery packs (which have their own environmental costs). Large battery packs => large environmental impact to produce and maintain the batteries. Even with large battery packs, almost nowhere outside of a few desert areas could produce solar power on any kind of consistent basis. Since only a few areas of the whole world have sunlight consistent enough to reliably produce solar-generated electricity, a massive electric power transmission and control infrastructure would have to be developed from scratch to "move" the solar-generated power to other places. That infrastructure would dwarf anything else like it ever built; be an enormous investment; and cause great environmental impact simply through mining raw materials and building and installing the required structures. Every time electricity is sent any distance over wires, there is some power loss involved - it's how physics works. Since the very-expensive solar-generated electricity would have to be moved longer distances than any other electricity ever produced, the massive worldwide power distribution infrastructure would incur tremendous loss over distance (making the total process very much less efficient and far more costly than hydroelectric or nuclear power generation strategies). Also, no one has studied the long-term environmental effects of creating lots of shade on the ground in places that have never had any... or localized atmospheric heating due to building what would basically be a giant mirror... or destruction of migratory habitat... or mining the very toxic ores that go into building large batteries. In the end, solar and wind power are like ethanol - not economically feasible in any form except through huge and ongoing government subsides. There are also many hidden environmental and social costs to these technologies. For example, ethanol means farmers plant the same crop every year (think massive toxic fertilizer outlays) and worldwide staple food prices have risen through the roof --- leading to more widespread starvation in the developing world. Current technology makes large-scale solar power far more expensive and environmentally more damaging than other power generation means. I know that seems counter-intuitive but re-read the above and you'll see it's so... The only large-scale practical power generation schemes, that don't massively increase carbon footprint or other environmental damage and are also remotely close to economical - are hydroelectric and nuclear power. A network of 25 nuclear power plants could easily power the whole US and more - but nuclear power scares the pants off people who don't understand the science behind it. People won't go for nuclear power because of the emotional baggage attached to the "nuclear" term. There are several ongoing experiments along the lines of large-scale solar power distribution - but with current technology solar power is just not practical or usable on a large scale. That's why you don't see many incentives for large-scale solar power.
  • Homemade Solar Power Videos - http://SolarPower.duebq.com/?ECr
  • My Husband and I went to Arizona to visit my sister (had never been out to her place before). And My husband was driving and got flashed by a Car sitting on the side of the road at 1:30 in the morning. Come to find out this 'abandoned' car was a photo radar enforcement car. We now have a ticket for $410 because he was going almost double the speed limit. The speed limit sign was 300 feet after the cam car was set, and the car is put in a different spot every night on the same street. The street feels like a highway and everyone that lives there speeds on it, which was why they put the Cam car on the street. Being from out of state, and with given information...is there any way of getting out of it? Someone once requested a change of venue, but from what I understand that only works if you were handed a ticket by an officer who would have to drive out from AZ to CA.
  • I live in AZ and there is no way to get out of that. Every, and I mean every car like that on the side of the road has signs before them stating photo speed enforcement zone. You must have missed it because it was dark out. Also, dont mess with arizona, pay the fine and go about your business or it will turn into a suspended license in any state and court dates etc...
  • He was going twice the speed limit, and got caught. What are you going to "get out of"???
  • Flute music is GREAT for meditation! As long as it is played in the middle or low octave! I bet the flute is Beautiful! Does it have a rich tone? Is it made out of wood? I have a flute and I find it very relaxing to play it. From time to time I can even feel a connection with the DIVINE. I don't think it is because my flute cost alot of money it's because I think music in general can be "Mystic". It all depends on the songs you play. Here is a place to get sheet music; http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/a/item.htm...
  • You're not a sucker if you learn how to play it. I'm not familiar with any "mystic way of the flute", but if you like the flute there isn't any reason it can't be *spiritual*. But yeah, as long as it sits there unplayed, collecting dust, you're kind of a sucker.... we've all been there - you don't want to know what sort of things I just *had* to have and are now collecting dust in my closet.
  • That there is a "path" of accessing paranormal reality (and in some cases producing effects in the material plane) through the medium of sound is well precidented and perhaps best documented by the Sages, Gurus, and Brahmins of India. I am aware of no specific "way of the flute". But that hardly suggests someone (perhaps you) may not develop one. Perhaps you might acquire and listen to one of the works of an Andreas Vitaviter (I'm sure I spell it wrong). He was a Very Accomplished musician with the harp. He was sooo close on occasion...to accessing Other Levels.
  • Sucker! My father and I sell our jewelry to rich tourists in Taos, New Mexico. We're both indian so tourists are suckers for our work. It's like anything we indians do MUST be mystical.
  • No. there is a mystic way of playing the flute. your intentions are known in the supernatural realm. if you ever do play in a mystic way, you will know.
  • KTAR 92.3 FM 8:20 Arizona’s Morning News = Larry 10:45 Bruce St. James = Music 2:15 Mac & Gaydos = Money 8:02 Dave Ramsey = Path Daily Connect = BREWED KTAR @PhxPromos Twitter Rewards = HOLE KTAR SPORTS 98.7 FM/ 620 AM 8:15 Football Fix = Overtime 1:45 Song of the Day = Eagles 5:55 Knowledge Drop = Lebron Arizona Sports Code = FITZ Allstar @PhxPromos Twitter Rewards = DUNK
  • I don't believe that is right
  • I advise to avoid anything in the area West of 19th Avenue & South of Camelback. That whole SW region is not good. Best areas are Scottsdale & Ahwatukee but both are quite expensive for housing as well. Chandler can be good but varies by specific area, same with Mesa. Deer Valley is one of the nicest central areas with decent schools. You'll see the best housing prices in QueenCreek, Surprise, El Mirage, Anthem, BUT this is because they are Sooooo far out you will spend all your time (and gas money) commuting on horribly inadequate freeways. Arizona has an open enrollment policy for schools, so you can enroll your kids in a different school than the one in your home's assigned district if you want. Check out these sites: http://www.greatschools.nethttp://www.realtor.comhttp://www.rent.comCraigslist Phoenix is also good for finding rentals. I'd recommend starting with the Deer Valley area for good prices & schools. You can also view crime statistics on the Phoenix Police Dept website.
  • 2
  • Arizona is a really big state with a lot of diverse climates, populations, etc. If you like cooler climate, Flagstaff, Prescott, or Payson are pretty (as are Show Low and Cottonwood). Tucson is a bigger city, a little cooler in temp than Phoenix and has a different feel. It is a University town but it also has embraced it's desert roots more than Phoenix. You will see less green grass and they don't have much after dark lighting (to cut on light pollution). It is also harder to drive in because they don't have a cross-town freeway system. It is quite pretty and has some fun community things they do. We live in Phoenix and this is the biggest city in the state, close to the hottest (not as hot as Yuma or Bullhead City). It is very urban, but has lots of green grass and also desert preserve in the center of town. I don't know rental costs in anywhere else but Phoenix and even in town it will vary. I'd budget around $1000/month for a rental. Scottsdale has a well-known school system (but is an expensive place to live). If you find a good place to move but don't like the schools, you can check out charter schools which are free. My friend's daughter has just started at North High School (public h.s.) at 12th St & Thomas in their International Baccelauriate program. The student has to qualify to get in and there are high academic standards (language study, etc.). You don't have to live in the neighborhood to go to the school. Alhambra Traditional Elementary has a good reputation although it is not in a great neighborhood itself.
  • Stay away from the south side of Phoenix, and the Tempe, Mesa, and Chandler Areas are the best..Schools are good, and very safe..The price of rent depends on what kind of apartment or home you want to rent..The better places almost a thousand a month, the cheaper six hundred to eight hundred a month..Also depends what area you rent in..Some places the property value is very cheap..Should find a nice safe area where you won't have trouble in..
  • honestly, if you are looking to live there, think about the towns of Chandler, parts of Glendale and Scottsdale. Not all parts are extremely expensive and they are safer than some of the other cities. I can tell you from experience that I lived in Mesa for a while and I have had so many bad times with crime. I had my apartment broken into a few times, my car vandalized and had a stalker, so to be honest, I would avoid that town.
  • Rent To Own Homes : http://RentToOwnHome.uzaev.com/?NwPo
  • I live in Arizona too, and no they don't hire at 15. They don't even hire at 17. You have to be 18 for Walgreens. Probably because they sell alcohol, but I could be wrong. Your best bet is babysitting, yard work, ect because most places don't hire until you're 16 or unless you are family. They may be able to hire you then.... Oh and check out Chick-fil-a because they used to come by our school and tell us we could have a job at fifteen if our grades were good enough. Best of luck!
  • No. 18+ only. Other than McDonald's and maybe a Daycare center. I don't know of any place that would hire under 16 years old.
  • at 15 you can only work like 20 hours a week anyway....
  • the life
  • Zoophilia is illegal in 38 U.S. states including Arizona. If you do want to try having sex with an Australian bird, may I suggest saving up some money to go to that country or just drive to nearby Nevada or New Mexico. Hopefully the map in this answer can help you make your exotic desire come true.
  • Best defense if caught would be that it's your boyfriend who was born in the body of an emu by mistake - - - - apparently that is the explanation for all sorts of strange claims these days.
  • No. But you can in these 18 states. Alabama; Arkansas; Washington, D.C.; Guam; Hawaii; Kentucky; Montana; Nevada; New Hampshire; New Jersey; New Mexico; Ohio; Texas; Vermont; Virginia; West Virginia; and Wyoming. **** away my friend.
  • LOL, he's so ugly he's cute. Leave him alone!!
  • I am 19 years old. Both my parents are living but I do not have a positive relationship with them and have stopped all communication. They are financially well-off; however, I am a university sophomore without a whole lot of money. I know because of my age and legal condition that I cannot complete the FAFSA without including information about my parents' financial situation, and even if I do acquire this information, I will not be eligible for any money. I have a close friend and roommate 24 years my senior who proposed adopting me. I could then opt not to include financial details about my parents on the FAFSA and instead complete information about my legal guardian. In the state of Arizona, he could legally adopt me since I am under the age of 21; however, what we don't know is if this would be more costly than my education, or if it would even be permitted by the court. Neither of us know much about the legal system. I know this wouldn't constitute a valid reason for adoption, but do you think this could actually be possible? Please note that this would not be the only reason for adoption. It would also create legal inheritance rights between us. I have heard that adoption is a popular circumvention of same-sex marriage laws, although for some reason this qualifies as incest or sodomy -- this makes no sense to me, but it shouldn't be a problem if these things are not made known to the court.
  • http://library.adoption.com/articles/ari...this website tells you all you need to know about AZ adult adoption
  • Would be cumbersome, and impractical. Unless you are of a diminished mental capacity and can prove to a court you NEED a guardian, you are an adult and expected to make your way in society.
  • And just how, exactly, would you explain this to the court? You'll probably need to be able to provide some kind of reason for why this is something that needs to be done.
  • It's possible. This site tells about it. http://www.legalzoom.com/marriage-divorc...
  • Because the state legislators acted "Stupidly" It's stupid to cut funding from a program that would help the disabled be more self sufficient. It will cost tax payers more money in the long run to keep paying them SSI and SSDI and giving them Food Stamps and TANF.
  • KTAR 92.3 FM 8:20 Arizona’s Morning News = Change 10:45 Bruce St. James = Over 2:15 Mac & Gaydos = Money 8:02 Dave Ramsey = Daily Connect = DOWNTOWN Rewards Insider Newsletter = PRAISE KTAR @PhxPromos Twitter Rewards = STORY KTAR SPORTS 98.7 FM/ 620 AM 8:15 Football Fix = Votes 1:45 Song of the Day = Vikings 5:55 Knowledge Drop = Louie Arizona Sports Code = CROSSHAIRS Sports Insider Newsletter Code = POWER Allstar @PhxPromos Twitter Rewards = HOWL
  • Sports 98.7 815 FOOTBALL FIX - VOTES 145 SONG OF THE DAY - 545 KNOWLEDGE DROP - INSIDER NEWSLETTER - POWER TWITTER REWARDS - HOWL
  • It's possible. People like to blame others for their problems, just like how Arizona is blaming the immigrates for theirs. Quite pathetic.
  • I'm not sure what you're asking at all. You bring up one issue then link to an entirely separate one and finally ask a vague, fragmented question. It's word vomit.
  • Clothes Unisex clothes Underwear Shirts T-shirts Shorts Socks Trousers ( Pants, Jeans ) Sweater Cap ( Hat ) Clothes for women Bra Skirt Sarong Tights Stockings Shoes Sandals ( Flip-flops ) Optional clothes Belt Raincoat Umbrella Swimming trunks ( Bikini ) Pajamas ( Pajamas ) Slippers Beach pants Jewelry Money and documents Basic documents Insurance certificate ( Health Insurance card ) Cash Credit/ATM cards ( Visa, Euro card/Mastercard, American Express etc ) ID card Address list (with phone numbers and email addresses) Optional documents Notebook Notepad International Student Identification Card ( ISIC ) Tourist organization certificate Calendar Envelopes Business cards Phone card Hotel and car rental vouchers Membership cards For carrying money and documents Wallet Paper folder Tickets Airline tickets Maps Small scale map Large scale map Books Novels Guidebook Equipment Things for packing Backpack ( Rucksack ) Backpack rain cover Small extra backpack ( Knapp sack, Day pack ) Small box Suitcase Luggage belt Things for sleeping Sleeping mask Inflatable neck supporter Sheets ( Bed covers ) Pillowcase Eating equipment Bottle opener Cork screw Thermos Miscellaneous equipment Pens Poker cards ( Playing cards ) Earplugs Sunglasses Keys Hygiene Hygiene Toilet bag ( Bathroom bag, Necessary ) Razor Shaving gel ( Shaving foam ) Electric shaver Mirror Toothbrush ( Electric toothbrush with charger ) Toothpaste Toothpicks Soap Soap box Liquid soap Shampoo Styling gel ( Hair gel ) Deodorant Sunblock lotion Lip balm Hygiene (women only) Make-up Tampons Menstrual cup Hygiene (optional) Comb Hair brush Moisturizer Health General health items Prescription medicine Condoms Insect repellent Water bottle Chewing gum Pills, tablets and medicines Water purifying tablets Motion sickness tablets Contraceptive tablets Fever tablets Pain killers Allergy pills ( Anti-histamines ) Electrical stuff General electrical items Alarm clock ( Travel alarm ) Cell Phone ( Mobile Phone, Cellular Phone ) Charger to Cell Phone Computer PDA Watch Flashlight ( Torch ) Bookmark reading light Extra batteries for your camera, flash, torch, watch, MP3-player, PDA and GPS Portable DVD player and disks Digital Camera equipment Digital camera Memory cards Generic photo equipment Camera bag Music items Music player ( Cassette, CD, Mini Disc, MP3 ) Headphones Music media ( Music cassettes, CDs ) Microphone Headphone 'doubler' plug Water stuff Beach towel
  • It MIGHT get cold if you're method out within the core of no in which wilderness at night time...however now not in June. If you move up north, it is nonetheless cold so convey a mild jacket if you're headed to better elevations. Bring sunscreen spf 30 at LEAST, shorts, one pair of denims, sandals and footwear, your swim go well with, hat, an umbrella to maintain the solar off of you if you're going to be running round external.... One outfit for a night time in town Anti-perspirant Ponytail holders Will you be riding? Here's a record of matters you will have to maintain on your vehicle: Oven mit (now not joking) Old sheet to hide the seats at the same time the vehicle is parked Sunshade Squirt bottle with purified water (and a drop or 2 of your favourite fundamental oil) to spritz your self at the same time you look forward to the A/C to chill down Extra gallon of water within the trunk
  • light weight easy care clothes, a swimsuit, a nice outfit for evenings to go out in, shorts, sandals, casual wear Costmetics what ever you normally wear, or just the basics blush, eye shadow, lipstick and mascara. also some sunscreen Yes you can bring all of that stuff on the plane
  • Loose fitting comfortable summer clothing A light jacket for evenings Long sleeve shirt Pants/trousers shorts short sleeve shirts Hat Good sunglasses Suntan lotion or remember to buy some when you get there. Moisturizer Pack your electronics in your checked luggage Can't tell you about makeup & my wife is asleep. Sorry. Have fun. Stay cool
  • I'm 13 and I changed my last name to Spidgewood with secure on November 2008, but everybody in Sahuarita, Arizona including my parents and my Project Inspire teacher despised Spidgewood because Speed's only my legal "last name" and it's on my birth certificate, but speed isn't a surname at all. It's just a word that means fast or rate of motion. What should I do? I need lots of money.
  • You have to be an adult or have your parent's permission. If they say it is fine with them, call the county courthouse and ask. Fees vary by county. If they don't OK it, wait five years and call the county courthouse. Lots of us have surnames that are verbs or nouns. Mine is both. Speed IS a surname. Look: Speed Name Meaning and History English: nickname for a fortunate person, from Middle English sped ‘success’, ‘good fortune’, ‘smooth progress’ (hence the modern meaning ‘swiftness’). English: from the derived sense of Middle English sped mentioned above, hence a nickname for a swift runner. Irish: Anglicization (part translation) of Gaelic Ó Fuada, from fuad ‘haste’ (see Foody). Translation of German and Ashkenazic Jewish Schnell. Dictionary of American Family Names, Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-508137-4 We all need lots of money. Study math. Look at Bill Gates.
  • whilst you're changing your call as a results of marriage it interior reason elementary. convey a duplicate of your marriage certificates, and identity with you on your nearest Social risk-free practices place of work. they supply you paper artwork to fill out, and that i've got faith it may additionally be loose to take action. whilst you're changing your call without a marriage it quite is extra complicated and has to circulate in the path of the courtroom device.
  • Booley, how're they hanging, dude!?! Seriously, though, I think you've nailed it. No "liberal" could be trusted anywhere NEAR that money. Even the least-entitled FEELING among that crowd would FEEL that her share should be at least half. After all, no one NEEDS that much money. Right, "liberals"? Right! Which must be why it FEELS sooooo bad for someone to have it. Sob!
  • probably the main clever respond I even have heard is that Mitt paid no federal income taxes in distinctive of those years using very aggressive tax avoidance procedures. That was once the knowledgeable wager made final night with the aid of ability of Lawrence O'Donnell on MSNBC's the ideal word. does not that be despite. the guy who says he's being taxed too much now no longer paying any federal revenues taxes in any appreciate on $20 million or greater advantageous of gross revenues. which would be embarrassing, if real. A basically dazzling purpose to no longer completely hold close your income tax returns i might say.
  • The election is over. Let it go.
  • hmm... I'm not sure about the laws of Arizona, but I do know of a lot of 14 year old who work. I think you should just start asking for a job. I mean you could mow the grass, walk dogs, babysit or clean for someone. But, if you want like a professional job, I am sure a lot of places like pizza, subway, wal-mart of any small business may have something for you. The reason they have age restrictions is due to maturity, accessibility and responsibility. If you show you are mature, responsible and have a method of getting to work and time to work, anyone will hire you.
  • Well i have had this issue many times. I just find things i can get for free, and make a stand and re-sell the item for a high price. Make sure it is something everyone wants and nobody has. Also Garage sales are a great way to not only make some money but clear out the junk from your basement!
  • I doubt it was the KK funding it. This is an old issue but from what I recall it was more funded and driven by a private jail company or something like that
  • I am in full support of this new law in AZ. In fact, it's about time. I had been hearing from Phyllis about this situation for years and it is a monster of a problem. It's very complicated too. I really think those drug lords are demon-possessed. The drugs come all the way from Colombia you know and anyone who opposes them in any way is likely to get killed, or at least threatened. The children are abducted into the FARC (drug cartel) and I've been hearing about this horrible situation for years also. They have overwhelmed the government, and these drug dealers are almost totally impossible to catch. They had a big catch last year of a major drug man. They have well protected expensive places in the jungle. So, this is the root cause of all of this terror. The pastors get killed, their children (teenagers) kidnapped, etc. Some children have miraculously escaped through the jungle as answer to prayers and have reached a half-way house. All prayers are needed for all. All government officials who will not go along with the better longer fences and all that is needed down by the border there ought to be ashamed of themselves.
  • The KKK is historically a democrat party organization. This bill has nothing racist in it. It is 26 pages long and an easy read if you want to do your own research. All it says is that, if you are pulled over for speeding, running a red light, running someone over, etc...and you have no insurance or driver's license, the police are now able to temporarily detain you so they can notify ICE to try to find out who you are. Before, they just let people go because their hands were tied by leftist political correctness. Illegals are the biggest reason the US is having such financial and moral troubles and the KKK/ democrats do nothing but encourage it due to it being nothing more then a voting drive.
  • Um First of All (if you're not a Desguised Republican) you probably haven't read SB1070, even though its not targeted at ANY race, as it does NOT mention any race or country, you're probably one of those idiots that listens to that uneducated L.A. mayor, and it was made to protect Arizona citizens by an Arizona law maker, and signed into law by Jan Brewer. The KKK had nothing to do with it, and you definitely are an idiot because you think its racist, you uneducated prick. This just comes to show the lack of Fact and excess of opinion that the Democrats/Liberals have.
  • BS, I'm sure the KKK was pleased with the legislation,but there's no particular reason to believe they had much to do with it, much less funded it. it's been some time since the Klan had more than 2 nickles to rub together.
  • The KKK has more debts than you could shake a stick at ... and nowadays its split into many parts
  • Please, if the KKK did support a law that is already in place to keep out illegals then I don't see nothing wrong, this arguement is getting tiring.
  • How much money do you think the racist brown terrorist groups like La Raza, mecha, brown pride etc. have funded for the defeat of the patriotic Arizonian law that helps keep these brown criminal racists out of our country?
  • lol nice try keep digging youll think of something not quite as stupid as this
  • i think i've caught a republican in disguise, trying to make democrats look as angry and closed-minded as they are.
  • KTAR 92.3 FM 8:20 Arizona’s Morning News = Baseball 10:45 Bruce St. James = Pass 2:15 Mac And Gaydos = Chicago 8:02 Dave Ramsey = Money Daily Connect = OPTIONS KTAR @PhxPromos Twitter Rewards = ARMS KTAR SPORTS 98.7 FM / 620 AM 8:15 Football Fix = Reps 1:45 Song of the Day = Chicago 5:55 Knowledge Drop = Schwarber Arizona Sports Code = SURPRISE Allstar @PhxPromos Twitter Rewards = GOLF
  • Sports 98.7 815 FOOTBALL FIX - REPS 145 SONG OF THE DAY - CHICAGO 545 KNOWLEDGE DROP - SCHWARBER ARIZONA SPORTS CODE - SURPRISE INSIDER NEWSLETTER - TWITTER REWARDS - GOLF
  • L Lawliet and Watari
  • Unless community colleges are terribly expensive in Arizona, the PELL will pay 50% of the cost of tuition, fees, books, and living expenses. The living expenses are defined by the college and the US Department of Education and bear no relationship to to reality. Everything combined, the grant should pay for your tuition, fees, books, with some left over. You also qualify for Federal Student Work Study, and may qualify for other financial assistance. Have a serious conversation with the financial aid office. If you have children, there may be money for child care. Almost all financial aid begins with your score which is 0. Look through your college's catalog and see if it lists need based scholarships. If you work, does your employer reimburse you tuition, fees, etc.
  • Yes minimum wage. After 90 days you get a 25 cdent an hour raise.
  • hi there, he"s only got three tour dates at the moment,that"s for march,i think he"s a tad young to be doing full tour"s,some one will be looking after him,just keep checking the websites through the months,you never know he might just come to Arizona.good luck with it .. http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&rls...regards pops..
  • Hotels really dont have "day hotels" but you can check in anytime of the day. If you want cheap and affordable you can use the Radisson hotel near the airport(you could walk o_o) they have airport shuttles. If you want to spend your day having luxury fun then go to Arizona Grand Resort but isnt worth the cost since you will only be there for a few hours.
  • You don't have to stay the night, but you'll pay for it anyway. Hotels rarely rent day rooms, but I'd guess there's no harm in calling a couple of them and asking. It's not a "waste of money" if you really feel the need to shower and change. Some airports have areas for members of special airline clubs that may have shower/changing [even napping] facilities, but you'd have to find and join such a club. You know, something like "President's Club" or whatever.
  • You must not fly very much. It was mentioned you could use one of the frequest flyer clubs but it would cost you each about $50 to use their facilities for a day - and I've used several of them and never saw showers. I doubt if you would want to stay at the the kind of hotel that rents by the hour - if you get my drift - it would be in a bad part of town and attract a bad crowd. You might consider using your time to see a little of our area using public transportation.
  • You're getting $3640 for state? Wow. The last five years I have e-filed state I got it within 10 days with direct deposit. Paper will take a bit longer. This year might take a bit longer since the state is broke.
  • Arizona State Refund
  • Mine says the same thing. I am in Scottsdale, AZ. I filed Feb 17th and accepted. Still no state refund.
  • Where at in Arizona? If you could tell me that I might ba able to help a little better. Okay, I checked a couple of websites and found none within your price range. I would search local classified ads and ask any bird owner/pet store owners if they know of any breeders in your area. A breeder probably isn't going to be much cheaper, but it never hurts to try. These are the two site I looked at: www.birdbreeders.com www.birdsnways.com
  • Well I guess what I would do is maybe look in the classifieds or see if there are any breeders in your area. Also you could find out if there are any people who have a pair that have had babies. Good luck!
  • run for election the next time? I believe that they are evading the issue that those that they are protecting are violating the law, not only this law but many other laws. Most of these people are familiar with the law but they know how much money will be generated by taking this issue through the court system, they are making a mockery of our laws & diluted it to the point that it is to no effect. THANK YOU LAWYERS & JUDGES BUT REMEMBER ONE DAY YOU WILL BE JUDGED YOURSELVES !!!
  • We blame much of the illegal immigration on unscrupulous employers who hire these illegal aliens enticing them to slip into our country. Those who are voting to boycott Arizona are government officials. Government officials have a legal obligation to enforce the laws of our country. They are as responsible for the illegal alien problem as the bad employers. If the government would do their job the illegal exodus into our country would be minimized. By suggesting illegal aliens may get a "pathway to citizenship" only encourages more illegal migration into our country. Our elected officials charged with enforcing our immigration laws are guilty of malfeasance of office and should be charged, tried and removed from office. Your statistics are correct; the majority of Americans are in favor of overhauling our immigration laws and policies but not amnesty under any name. The "pathway to citizenship" can not be accepted by U.S. citizens or legal immigrants. The only amnesty that should be allowed is - Declare your self as an illegal and we will help you out of our country with an invitation to apply for legal entry and you will be welcomed. Those who do not comply should be sought out, jailed, put to work at a $1.00 a day on a chain game (and they can send 1/2 that pay back home), then deported with no chance of ever legally entering our country.
  • They are telling people to break the law ... not to enforce the laws of the land. I say fire them all !
  • unfortunately the venom who voted that scum in are the problem (hispanics) so i dont think it would effect their re-election bid
  • YOU BET THEY WILL.. SO FAST THEY WILL HARDLY HAVE TIME TO COLLECT THE BRIBES THEY TOOK FROM MEXICO OBAMA AMONG THEM!
  • No registration in your state. Your city or county may have registration. In Arizona most do not. Transfer as a gift or for money between family members is fine without background check in all states. As long as you can legally own or posses a handgun (18 or over, not nuts, not a convicted felon etc) you are OK..
  • NO NO NO then the Gov knows what you have and can take it for any reason.....
  • Depends on how they travel,how long they stay, what they intend to do....
  • around $1500 including airfares+ food+attractions
  • are they driving or flying? how long are they staying? will drinking be involved?
  • all motor vehicles in AZ must have insurance. who owns the vehicle doesn't matter -- it must be insured. and, as long as your father is legally obligated to provide for you, you can't just move to AZ unless he's moving also, or unless the person who is your guardian is changed by the family court to be someone who lives in AZ. without a parent or guardian present in the state, the AZ schools do not have to educate you unless you're paying full tuition [and they have space for you].
  • i am moving to university of arizona in tucson this august, and im looking for a boxing gym.A GOOD boxing gym. not a money hungry franchise gym but one that actually teaches and appreciates the sport of boxing! One that focuses on teach the techniques, not just some soccer mom cardio class. please let me know what you guys think. one love
  • http://www.boxinggyms.com/
  • Tucson Boxing Gyms
  • The blogbaba doesn't get out West much, but Ten Goose was big in California, I'm sure they are in the book, and they were top notch the last time I checked. Good luck.
  • You can get a lot more house for the money in Arizona.
  • I think it would be a good idea, we should start one.
  • I'm not a student, I'm 28 and attend community college, but from what I've seen in my few years as a resident of Sierra Vista, it seems education and children's well-being aren't a high priority. Sure, there are a lot of schools, but their pay isn't enough to retain quality teachers. There's a lot of talk about school budgets, but I believe the money is being used in drastically WRONG ways. (6 vice principals? Constant remodeling of administration offices?) Where I grew up (Wisconsin) most of the schools were public. Property taxes were high (from what I heard) to pay for it, but I ended up with an excellent education, and was a member of the orchestra from 4th grade until I graduated, also of band. I think music and arts are important, but music does teach fundamental teamwork skills.
  • It will cost a lot of money to ship your household good by train to Arizona. First you have to containerize it all, then pay someone to deliver it to the train station. They pay on the other end to deliver it to the destination. There is no way this will cost less than renting a truck. In fact it will probably cost less to hire a moving company than it would be to use the train. Train is a bad idea. Use a truck or hire a truck if you don't want to drive. If you want information on rates contact Amtrak.
  • For passenger trains, go to www.amtrak.com. I have no idea what to tell you about freight trains. Try contacting whatever railroads serve the area where you live. It may turn out cheaper to rent a truck.
  • Major in aeronautical/aerospace engineering. Its difficulty and its teaching of scientific analytical skills make it an ideal pre-med major. It also is the highest paying major for holders of bachelor's degrees and only two in seven medical school applicants nationwide are admitted to any medical school when they apply during their senior year of university. Medical schools require a bachelor's degree for enrollment. By the time you complete medical school, the coming federal government takeover of medicine will likely have reduced the earnings of physicians to less than those of aerospace engineers. Money is not and never was a good reason to become a physician and any mention of money in a medical school application or interview will result in disqualification. Best wishes.
  • I live In Tucson Arizona and im woundering how much is the sales tax? The reason why I ask is because i went into a sterio place and bought something and the sales tax there was like 7.8%... And I asked the guy how come its so much and he said its high because it something that is not need. Does sales tax varry on what the item ur buying? Or does this bastard owe me money?
  • Yes the tax here in Az is 7.8%. Just be thankful Tuscon does not have a city tax on it as well. Yes sales tax does vary on what your buying. Items such as medicine and food (not prepared food) are taxed differently or not taxed at all. I cant remember if clothing is taxed or not.
  • Goods are taxed. Labor is not. Using profanity doesnt help either.
  • 7.8% sounds about right. Many areas in and around Phoenix are over 8%.
  • Babysit, walk dogs, pick up dog poo, mow lawns...
  • I don't live in arizona, but I would think u didn't have 2 because the money isn't going toward the rent anyway. But u should check with ur housing court or lawyer. Go on line 4 ur state's gov. site they can give ur all the info under housing and tenants rights.
  • 2
  • Up until when the house goes to the foreclosure sale and is sold to the new buyer the landlord still owns the house and they have every right to collect the rent until they don't own it anymore. The landlord is suppose to take whatever you give them and pay the bank and if they don't do this they could face some serious felony charges called "equity skimming". Your true answer will only come from your local real estate attorney in your county that deals with foreclosures.
  • You need to find out when it has officially been foreclosed. As of that date, the bank/lender now owns the house and you pay rent to them, not your original landlord. Up to that point, the landlord still owns the house and you pay rent to them.
  • Rent To Own Home : http://RentToOwnHome.uzaev.com/?sZrA
  • if it has been foreclosed on then the back owns it and not the original owner.
  • here are current opening for nurses in kingman http://careerbuilder.com/Jobseeker/Jobs/...you will have more opportunities if you consider moving to a larger metro area
  • Well at least your heart is in the right place? We all know nurses say they just want to help people but I dont see any of them doing it for free! Nurses are greedy!
  • If I were a betting man, I would put money on Weber State. While Arizona State will win this game, I cannot see them beating Weber State, one of the best Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) teams by more than a half century.
  • You'll have to ask the Arizona DMV for the details on that, but I'd bet you won't be able to, since the car likely won't meet US safety and emissions standards, and updating it to those standards would probably cost a lot. It might be easier to sell the car in Mexico and use the money to buy one in the US.
  • Visit this website for help
  • Trump is doing so badly that the Clinton campaign is toying with a 50 state goal.
  • Or is it just damage control after Mr. Trumps impressive trip to Mexico and compelling , comprehensive speech ? You know , trying to save the few votes in Arizona Clinton might have had
  • It is reassuring to see that the American people are turned off by small handed vulgarian Donald Trump, who really is totally unfit for the highest office in the land. Whether Hillary Clinton is focused upon the various polling is uncertain, but Hillary's top-notch campaign staff most certainly follows the trends! Arizona is in play for Democrats, thanks to the xenophobic hatemongering of Trump.
  • It can smell what it wants in AZ, but the OK Corral was there, and people still have that kind of thinking when it comes to the DNC and its drones.
  • Clinton and trump are both shady characters . i'm voting for Bernie .
  • or maybe they knowl that the majority of her primary votes has come from affluent whites over age 40... the same segment commanded by mccain in 2008...
  • Trump is closer in New Jersey and Wisconsin than Hitlary is in AZ.
  • McCain easily beat his Tea Party doush opponent.
  • If she smells anything its probably her diaper.
  • I live in Southern Arizona so I actually sort of have to directly deal with the fact that tons of illegal immigrants as well as illicit drugs pass through my town every year. It is true that people are putting up water stations in the desert. They are members of private groups promoting humanitarianism. Part of me hates that there are people sucking up tax money but part of me really can't blame a Mexican citizen for entering illegally. Something must be said of someone that is willing to cross some of the most inhospitable stretches of land on the planet and risk death in order to be able to pick our strawberries or clean our houses for 3 dollars an hour in order to send 2 dollars of that back to their families in Mexico. Illegal immigrants are treated very poorly due to their precarious statues. Many of them have made their way into midwestern butcheries where they are susceptible to high injury and death rates and are kept silent about their requests for basic human rights for fear of deportation. I dislike the fact that Mexico is such a poorly governed country that their citizens flee left and right to our country but um, have you ever actually *been* to Mexico? I'd jump the fence too.
  • They are not American citizens and they are kinda breaking the law. We want to prevent people from crossing illegally, but we also recognize that they are humans and we don't want them to suffer. Providing water is not an invitation, it's an act of compassion. Are you really that naive? A persons decison to risk their life and what little they have and become a "criminal" is not made lightly and water on the other side is not a factor. Stupid child.
  • Are you SURE this is true? that doesn't seem like something the gov't would do since they are cracking down on illegals coming on over. I think we should transport more hungry cougars to the boarder. But if there are water stations, they were probably put there by individuals and sure, it makes it easier for the illegal immigrants, so more will take the chance.
  • YES, I do. I think that makes it much more convenient for all those mexicans coming here illegally. We should build a huge gate and make things LESS convenient for them. They are totally promoting illegal immigrants. I thought we were trying to STOP illegal immigrants from reaching the states, not promoting!!
  • Only if the water comes from Mexico. That'll teach 'em to jump the border!
  • That was on a programme here in Scotland.UK by the way. I think its good in that it will prevent deaths. But yes i do think it will encourage more people to take the risk.
  • Wow, your one heartless b*tch. Hey, they're not citizens, so why do we care if they die in the desert? Get a grip and get some compassion, they are human beings for gods sake.
  • how bout i build a water station on your porch?? maybe that will get your mouth occupied from drinking so you can spare us the crap you have being spewing all day. huh??
  • I want to take my girlfriend out on a (romantic) date but the thing is I don't have much money. I'm willing to spend up to a hundred dollars, but hopefully not. About 50 dollars would be ideal and great for me. it's AZ so is going to be hot, like triple digits hot, so I don't want to do anything that deals with us being outside. Unless it's awesome and/or it's at night. I want to do some type of activity like go to the aquarium or like golfing. Then take her out to eat. So is there any fun-cheap activities around Phoenix, Tempe, mesa, or Gilbert? And maybe restaurants? thanks
  • http://www.visitsealife.com/arizona/Here's the site for the aquarium in Tempe giving you all the $ details and times. Mexican food is cheap and there are lots of good restaurants in that area. Here's a good one. http://www.ranchodetiarosa.com/Have fun! Ha - one post says there is a river by Fashion Square - no. There is a man made canal in Scottsdale but thats it. No river There is Tempe Town Lake in Tempe you could walk by if you want.
  • Uptown Alley in Surprise, Arizona Or Central Phoenix by the Sheraton Hotel at Night great place to chill eat and see music Or Fashion Square in Scottsdale there's a big and a little town with cool stuff to see and a river to walk by
  • i don't know.
  • it all depends on you..? if you like the cold or heat??..if you got the money to live anywhere is washington. or what kinda schooling your kids are involved it....id say arizona its alot cheaper.
  • I personally prefer AZ. Tempe's ok, I'm not sure about the school systems there, but the cost of living has GOT to be less than Seattle. And with Tempe, you could always live in a suburb and not pay that much. If I were you, I'd do some research on the school systems in both places and make my decision from that. Your child's education is the most important thing, there are always ways to find cheaper cost of living.
  • Tempe AZ better cost of living and climate both areas are decent when it comes to crime, neither have great schools. BONUS: Seattle is gray and cloudy for about 6 months straight, so if you have seasonal mood disorders, skip it.
  • You're probably thinking of the age of majority, the age at which you can legally sign contracts. In Arizona, as in most other US states, this is 18. There is no minimum age at which you can be published. If you can't sign the contract on your own, a parent or guardian will have to sign for you. Publishers don't care how old you are. They just care about whether they can make money by selling your writing. They very seldom think that about the writing of anyone under 18 (and not often about anyone much under 30, to be honest), but there's no legal reason why they couldn't publish your writing if they wanted to.
  • Nope. You have to be old enough to know how to read and write, but there's no age limit on authors. An author where I live recently published a book that's gone through the roof and become a best seller. It's called 'Sock Wars' - a kids book - and was written by a nine-year old.
  • You can't be an author in any state unless you know how to write. then there are no age limits. But you must be able to actually write. And if you start with "ok so i wan" that means you can't. two unnecessary words, wrong capitalization and a typo (ok typos happen) But you write like you don't care. So forget it.
  • Why don't you go to Nogales and start counting?
  • the 2nd is trouble-free: maximum everybody isn't psychotic bigots and are keen to assist others who're ill--no questions asked. As Jesus (who replaced into an unlawful immigrant to Egypt whilst He replaced into youthful) taught. As to the 1st--additionally common. via hiring illegals, criminal businesspeople pays sub-industry replaced into and, because of the fact the pay is below the table, pocket a huge area of the money--commencing with all of the money that could desire to be paid in taxes. In a be conscious: greed. have you ever observed--the final suited wing bigots that shop whining approximately illegals never do something to restoration the situation. like the GOP Congress--that did not something from 1995onward to tackle the immigration situation--different than make racist feedback.
  • If they try and strain any state the bills will be signed to begin clearing out illegals/ southwestern states are expected to sign the same bill regardless.. This will flush out some terrorists. Not everyone is able to just relocate. . look up operation we*back in wikipedia.
  • the law alone is causing them to move elsewhere. neither the law or the boycotts will cause them to self deport at all. well new mexico, california and colorado will be the most effected. There goes my home town of L.A. and my taxes. :|
  • I agree, and I hope lots of illegals self deport. The more that self deport, the less we have to pay to deport them. But like stated above, they will probably just move to CA and infest that state. Sucks for Cali.
  • Zero will self deport...most illegal aliens will just flee to easy states that is soft on illegal aliens aka California or New York
  • Definitely not enough. I say we load the buses and do our best to send as many back as possible in the next year.
  • I don't get the point of deporting them either, Might as well just open the borders an let anyone in illegally without consequences. What can go wrong?
  • They wont leave the US just move deeper where the bleeding hearts will support them
  • None, You think those wet backs wanna go **** to there corrupted country.
  • Most will just go to CA.
  • The shopping centers in Scottsdale are mostly geared toward those with money - is that you? If you want regular shopping centers, there are plenty of those here also. You sound like a student and would love any of the restaurants our in Tempe especially along Mill Avenue. Toby Keith has a bar and grill in Mesa (VERY close to Tempe) which is fun. They have a mechanical bull and live entertainment at night. You will want to hike up Camelback Mountain and enjoy the view of the city. When in Flagstaff you'll want to enjoy a sunset and/or a sunrise at the Grand Canyon and go for at least a short hike down one of the trails into the canyon. Sedona is close to Flagstaff and a must see with beautiful big red mountains and fun hiking (pink jeep ride there is fun). Enjoy!
  • If you want to go shopping you should go to Scottsdale, but it can be expensive there. You should go to Fashion Square. Scottsdale has some nice restaurants too. They have a place called The White Chocolate Grill, I love it there. I live in Phoenix and it has a lot of great restaurants also. You definitely need to visit the Grand Canyon, it is so pretty and the weather is great over there.
  • Scottsdale has AMAZING shopping, so definitely go to the mall there. Flagstaff is near the Grand Canyon, which is very pretty at sunset (or sunrise, but who wakes up that early during spring break???). One restaurant in Phoenix is called Pizzeria Bianco, which takes FOREVER to get in, but they have the best pizza in town! But seriously, looooong wait. More shopping centers can be found at westcor.com. Restaurants can be found on citysearch.com.
  • I liked the drive from Phoenix out to Wickenburg which went for miles through the desert. Saguaro cacti for miles and miles! It was awesome to see. Not sure what the rules are, but you can probably just pull over and hike around for awhile. I also liked the botanical gardens in Phoenix. It was pretty amazing.
  • I don't think she is staying in any hotels. I'm pretty sure that herself and her crew are just going to sleep in their tour buses. I could be wrong though :) I went to her concert last night in Anaheim, California and it was AMAZING! It was unbelievable. The whole performance was absolutely breath taking. The lights, the dancing, the band, the smoke, the costume changes, Demi's voice. It was all so perfect. Demi hit so many high notes, and she even gave a couple speeches. She kept saying how she got chills whenever we would all scream really loud or all of us would yell out her name at the same time. She kept saying how much she loved all of us, and how this isn't just her journey, it's ours as well. She kept saying that we were all a family. She thanked us for letting her live her dream by making music and performing it for people. She smiled a lot and pointed out all of the cool signs that people were holding up in the audience. She waved at everyone. She looked so happy and healthy. I cried the entire time. If anyone is reading this, and are considering seeing Demi live, then DO IT! YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED!
  • They closed down in La Crosse, Wisconsin and in Rochester, Minnesota too.........because they over saturated the market and they are so over priced......
  • Arizona to me has so much fast foods in it and that's bad! I should know cuz I live in Arizona but I was born in California which has so much Donut stores.
  • You would have to ask the corporate office on why.
  • Low-carb diet casualty.
  • No market.
  • i did not know they closed in AZ, thats bad
  • thy don't give a s***,thy made their $ time to move on!!.
  • That all depends on who is shipping and the class of postage you prefer.
  • Hard to say exactly as i dont know the exact weight when packaged(everyone uses different methods to pack) But,if you click the link below you can work out what it will cost by USPS. http://postcalc.usps.gov/
  • I would really like to get emancipated. I have real good reasons too and all my older friends think i do too. My cousins and friends see the ways i am treated by my parents and also believe i have a good case as to why i want this so bad. I have a job and everything. i am practically living on my own except for paying my bills. the only bill i have to pay now is my phone bill. But i pay for my own clothtings and food. Sometimes when my parnets dont have money they come to me. If anyone has been emancipated in arizona please let me know how long it took, how hard or easy it is, how long the process takes, basically tell me what i have to tell the judge in order to receive an approval.
  • You will have to show that you are 100% fully capable of supporting yourself in all ways (financially, socially, emotionally), AND that it is in your "best interest" to be on your own. The first part is easy to prove, the second is very difficult. An example would be if your parents are abusing you. You cannot just get emancipated because you want to and think you could support yourself, you have to show that you will somehow be harmed if you do not and that harm will be reduced if you are emancipated. I am not sure about Arizona, but I know that here in California the vast majority of emancipation petitions for non-military reasons are denied.
  • she likes to fight with me tells everything about me to everyone she is also always gone sometimes for a whole day doesn't answer her phone and when she's doing that its usually cause of drugs
  • Soundtrack from Emir Kusturica's Arizona Dream by Goran Bregović featuring the vocals and lyrics of Iggy Pop on tracks 1, 4 & 6 and the lyrics of Emir Kusturica as well as the vocals of Iggy Pop on track 10. Track listing 1. In The Deathcar 2. Dreams 3. Old Home Movie 4. TV Screen 5. 7/8 & 11/8 6. Get The Money 7. Gunpowder 8. Gypsy Reggae 9. Death 10. This Is A Film I think they are in order hope this helps.
  • Hmm Its good to start thinking for money from this age , well my friend you can't get big rank job but Recenlty one of cousin she is also of your age she was searching on google or may be yahoo for job ,she was linked to site name Diggajob. She Told me that i found many jobs links in that site and i joined all of them .After 1 week days she said to me that i got 100$ ,20$ ,33 $,10$ and i dont exact amounts she got about 8 cheques in 1 week and the sum of up of all is 340$ well itsnot bad in a one week. Here is the site well i also advise you to join all links in that first check links one by one. http://diggajob.net.tf Take Care!
  • Sell buttsekaz for a doller an hour. ^^
  • Yes. There should be a program to send all illegals to California. California deserves them. @scott b: That debate is over as the Supreme Court found the Arizona law Constitutional. Tell your moonbats not to waste their money fighting them.
  • Georgia just did! A few parts were put on hold by a judge, but the rest passed as of July 1. And we are fighting the blocked parts. Illegals are leaving, hurray! And they really are. They started a while back because our laws were already pretty strict. Not to mention that they'd flooded their own selves out of jobs, roflmao! What did they think we'd do? Make more for them? Now the jobs will be for us!
  • i think of social conservatives are going to objective; yet they are no longer likely to win. they simply can't look to enable bypass of the 50's in suburban united states of america with the stay at abode mom, 2.5 young toddlers and dealing dad with a snug place of work interest. Any regulations prohibiting rights that are surpassed by using the final public are momentary setbacks. Even conservative republican judges (as relating to California) are ruling on the element of civil rights. in actuality, i'm happy that they are going to attempt. the thought toddlers ought to stay in adoption centers somewhat than being taken by using single father and mom or same-intercourse couples is outright disgusting to maximum human beings. there will be a intense backlash from the final public in prefer of same-intercourse couples. no longer that gay rights activists would be sitting around and arranged for rights to be exceeded over, yet i think of that this point of nonsense shouldn't fly with the final public and has already lost in the legislative and judicial branches.
  • I applaud the laws, but if the federal govt. keeps stepping in to stop the efforts, then its all for nothing. Immigration is about $$$$$$$, and thats the bottom line. Rich people want cheap labor, so as long as the rich have the $ and the power, we will have illegals.
  • Absolutely; and then proceed to beg the taxpayers for even more subsidies, to make up for Americans doing half the work in twice the time as Mexicans. Compare the junk foreign produce in Walmart with American produce in Publix or Target.
  • I wonder if CAIR organization gets angry that America does not have an Islam National Anthem.
  • yes but it will only be red states that do it
  • Yes I hope so, as I also hope that other states follow Wisconsin and push back against unreasonable public sector unions.
  • Not once the Supreme Court strikes down their laws as unconstitutional, no. Added: Hey, idiot....I meant the FEDERAL supreme court. If it's challenged as unconstitutional, THAT is where the decision has to be made.
  • is it not sad.how difficult it is for states to enforce existing laws.
  • I'm moving from NY to Arizona and my friend wants to charge me 575 a month for rent and utilities including cable, internet, water, electric, washer and dryer. Is this a fair price???. She worked out this price because I told her that I didn't want to be paying an arm and a leg for electric and because I cook a lot (cooking uses gas). I don't have a problem paying this, because this is less than what I'm paying in ny, I currently pay 760 a month for a shared space. I just want to make sure that it's fair. If I really like it there, I might end up getting my own space. By the way, she has a 3 bedroom home. It would just be me and her.
  • Idk a 3 bedroom in Mesa ????? Mesa has nice areas, but more than half of Central and West Mesa is really cheap where a 1 bedroom apt typically runs from 400-650 w/o utilities. Most places are all electric, and for a single adult, lights would normally cost between 35-70 dollars a month so U figure If she's in Red Mt, most of East Mesa or Dobsons Ranch itcould be a good deal. People tend to move out to Mesa because the cost of living is low, and you're normally in relatively pretty good area with better crime rates than Phoenix. However there is quite a few sketchy areas full of meth heads and Mexicans.In East Mesa too, but U think the drawback to living in East Mesa is its so far from everything. Fyi Phoenix has prepaid electric. Anyways your not doing this to save money obviously, maybe for the companionship idk be careful. FYI if your stuff is in order income, rental history no evictions U could find a move in special for like 99-199$ move in or if no credit just put down a deposit.
  • Go to Sedona Arizona there are artist communes out there you might be able to slide into!
  • I say Washington. Seattle would be a great place for an artist. Maybe you could eventually rent some space in Pike St. market and sell your art (assuming that's the type of art you mean). Portland is also a friendly, artsy town.
  • Arizona sounds like you best option. Might try applying with some National Parks as they usually have ARTIST IN RESIDENCE programs, and some even offer free housing. good luck
  • If you move to Oregon you have to take your job with you. There are few opportunities for employment here. AZ is warmer in the winter maybe there?
  • thats a good question, i would be torn between Arz, and Or, i would have to say Org, becouse its a rich state, ......
  • I have no idea. yea...I know...that is a big help. I could suggest Chapel Hill, NC....you know....where the rich hang.....LOL!
  • Yeah, so like i said. My niece wants to take a few acting lessons that could get her on tv. I do believe she has a good chance of making it, then again i am her aunt. But anyway, do any of you guys know a place in Gilbert, Arizona that can do that? I've heard that "John Robert Powers" only wants your money. Is that right? If so, can you give me one that's really good, trusted, and linked to T.V. please?
  • she should start getting experience in school drama classes and plays and take some acting classes to learn how show biz. works. acting lessons aren't a guarantee she will get anywhere. only her talent and ability will determine that. other than any community theater that might be around or a college with a film program where she can try for student films, she's not going to get anything of a commercial nature where she is. there aren't any school's that can get anyone on tv. the only way to do that is get all the training and experience she can where she is and get to where there are acting opportunities and get an agent who will send her on interviews. she's not going to get anywhere commercially in arizona she needs to be in LA.
  • For her birthday or another holiday (christmas/Hanukkah is coming up soon!) give her a "spa day" or go out to lunch with her. Have her come over to your house before, and offer to do her hair, and maybe put on some make-up. While doing her hair, brush it, and make a comment about "Have you washed your hair last night? It seems a little oily. You should probably take a shower and wash it tonight." Along with the make-up, you can say "Remember, it's important to wash your face and brush your teeth twice a day so your skin can look this pretty. But You already knew that, right?" Make is seem very calm and casual, but at the same time you are telling her about proper Hygiene and giving her a good time. About the house situation, I don't think there is anything you can do. You maybe can pick up a toy or two when you go over, but it's kind of a touchy area, so it might not be the best idea.
  • i like that. i think that the arizona law would be racism all over again,but this time it would be against the hispanics. if america decides to make an illegal immigrant pay $5000,and get he s papers.AMERICA would make a lot of money and open up more job opportunities for everybody.
  • Los Angeles is the most Bigoted place I have ever lived in.
  • i THINK ITS GEY
  • I don't live in Arizona, but I do play club. Most club vb websites don't give you the price on the website. You need to go to a parent-athlete meeting that the club hosts. Many will have meetings at high schools were girls play. At the meeting, they will talk about money, regional an national teams, tournament fees, hotel rooms, food, travel, uniforms, etc. When you go to the meeting make sure to ask what are the bare essentials, because they probably will try to hide fees such as costs for food that the team mom has to buy for tournaments out of town.
  • I heard that having a will in the state of Arizona is not enough and after you die your money can be tired up for many years. The laws are different here so I am hearing. Is a LIving Trust what we need to protect our children should we die. I don't know any of the facts and want to learn what they are so I can let my children know what to do. None of them are aware of this situation. Thanks
  • I have a life estate for my children in which all of our homes, accounts and assets are kept for my children. Basically, my two minor children own everything underneath the estate umbrella but can not make any decisions regarding the assets until both my husband and myself pass away. We also have a will which provides additional conditions such as what to do in the event that we pass before our children our both 25 or older, or one of the children is unfit to make financial decisions, etc. However, I have inherited a trust (irrevocable) and it took about 15 months for the court and the IRS to sign off.
  • Okay, so I really want to go to ASU. I live in Virginia, but I have a 2.1 GPA, but our grading scale is different then everywhere else, we have a 6 point scale instead of a 10 point (94-100=A, 90-93 B+, 84-90=B, 80-83=C+, etc) so when I recalculate my GPA with the 10 point scale I go to around a 2.4 or 5. Do I have a chance of getting in? I heard it's really easy to get in, like they almost except everyone but I think that I could be the exception. I appreciate all opinions. Thanks!
  • well you are correct that ASU is a shoo-in school. when i was in high school, I had a friend with a GPA around 2.4ish.... but she also had a SAT score of 1600. not too mention she is also an arizona resident. just apply anyways, they'll love the out of state tuition money they'll get to milk out of you.
  • I know but your playing the PAC-10, them and SEC, you have to score enough points to stop the Refs to interfere the game. Just like Ohio State -Cal game last night there was 3 to 4 calls, 2 for 1st downs and there placement of the ball made it 4th down thank god Urban went for it.
  • Pac twelve officiating crew should have spotted the ball down and put time on the clock since an opposing player was laying on the ball on the ground. Officiating in a game should not be trusted to handle key plays and they should have reviews like the NFL. Definitely have a time out at the end of a game to cover poor officiating which is going to happen. Any conference has had their shares of major officiating errors and poor judgment. Doesn't surprise me. I played sports a long time in my life, and many bad calls, mistakes, ignorance, and bias have ruined some fair decisions and games for the teams I was on. I am sure others have had the same in theirs. We don't like to see this but people error on the good side of honesty and integrity. They think they are doing right, but don't care. They get paid good money. Look again at that replacement referee in the Seahawks-Packers game last year. He still thinks he did right. I call that arrogance and just doesn't care about making the right call.....
  • Well I saw that ending and it was weird. However I disagree with you that the player should be suspended. I think it was also the officials fault because he was the one that after he put the ball down, according to the announcers, he said to wait so that's what happened. HOWEVER YOU ARE RIGHT AND THEY SHOULD'VE BEEN ABLE TO GET OFF THE FG. OR at least they should use instant replay in the future on plays like that.
  • The refs really blew that one. Though to tell the truth, Wisconsin turned the ball over. You don't just put the ball on the ground.
  • The Wisconsin qb laid the ball on the ground without touching his knee to the ground. Therefore it was a fumble.... and an Az state player recovered it. The game should've been over then.
  • You're right it was screwed up - What was the Wisconsin coach thinking running that last play - spike the ball and stop the clock!!! It was far too late in the game to take chances playing cute.
  • I AM SO TICKED!!! i watched an amazing game just get wasted... thank you stupid ref for not knowing that a defender sitting on the ball is a penalty!!!
  • I wasted an evening watching that game and it ended in a farce. I realize sports is a ripoff and a joke - but events like this really drive it home. The officials should never work a game again, unless it is Pop Warner.
  • Weird, but did you see the ending to the 2010 Tennessee v. LSU game? I've seen stranger.
  • Wisconsin couldn't Stave off defeat.
  • Try checking the referenced web site for where you can take your recyclables. Call them and see if how much they pay per pound. -Do your calculations to find out how much one pound of these items is. (How many cans make a pound?) -Make sure you have a proper place to store the items so you do not make a home for bugs and vermin. You might be surprised at the amount of you must bring at one time to make any sizable amount of money.
  • Call your local recycling center they all take them it's just what the payout is. Most of those states listed on the bottles you pay that 5 or 10 cents up front so you lose it if you don't recycle. Danni
  • Take cans. milk bottles, or any recyclable stuff to marked like wal mart or superstore they will give you some cents for a bottle!
  • if your just looking for a place most big liquor stores have redemption centers.
  • I was reading on the FBI website about the R84 Final Disposition Report and in it it can be accompanied by an expungement from the state of the arrest and there are check boxes on the left that say: Append, Add, Replace, or Delete. In the description also on the FBI website of what it does is it says that when sent with the expungement that if the delete is checked basically they delete all record of the arrest and conviction.
  • Records don't get deleted. Anyone who says they will take your money to try, is just taking your money. Talk to your recruiter. Find out what you can do to mitigate whatever it is that is on your record. If he says it has to be deleted, then you aren't joining the army.
  • Expungement is tough enough - actually erasing an NCIC record is impossible. Why would you think otherwise? "I am trying to join the US Army and I cannot because of one stupid mistake I made 5 years ago" I try not to be judgmental here but since you raised it, let's be clear. Even if expungement was all you needed, to have something held against you from 5 years ago suggests it was not a mistake, but a willfully committed crime. Those are intentionally permanent.
  • I don't think it would be legal - Tho there are some sharpies out there that might be able to do it. Sorry to hear about your past mistakes. Yeah, the military teaches you how to kill but they don't want you if you threw litter in an illegal dump site. "Alice's Restaurant". LOL
  • I am from the east coast, so I don't know but does having a mechanical bull, you know for people to ride at a party fit in with Arizona -- Flagstaff area lifestyle or is that mostly a Texas only thing? What about cowboy hats? Trying to have an arizona/desert/Grand Canyon theme party. It is proving to be harder than I thought... Ty.
  • Mechanical bulls and cowboy hats are country and country is in every state, not just the Southwest. I would say cowboy hats and mechanical bulls are not at all reminiscent of Arizona or the desert or the Grand Canyon. Mostly, I think of Native American when I think of the Southwest, not country. I would just throw a regular party and save money to take her there for her next one, she can show you around her home area and you'll have a good time.
  • I need a job ASAP! I live in Glendale Arizona. Im only 15 years old. I have called many places asking if they hire at 15 they all say no. I have tried grocery stores, fast food places everything, but no luck. Please help. I dont want anwsers saying local grocery stores or fast food places. I want specific anwsers and names. Thank you
  • Well for extra money, I take free 3 minute surveys and get paid. This is great for teens, students, and moms! There is no cost or catch at all. Checks are mailed at the end of each month for completed surveys. Check into it here: http://www.geocities.com/workathomemom34
  • Most employers want people 16 and older. Your best bet will more than likely be retail and grocery stores until age 18. Sorry.
  • Don't be stupid. Your friend's parents wouldn't want to support another 15 year old and wouldn't want the responsibility. They'll probably just call your parents or the police and ship you back to Alabama. Make an effort to make some new friends instead and find some new things to do.
  • Running away is not an option. You're fifteen years old. You need to grow up a little bit and realize you're not always going to be around your friends; sometimes you're going to have to make new ones. I know it can be rough making new friends, but it seems you were pretty popular in Arizona, so it can't be that hard for you. Plus, in a few years you'll be on your own and free to live wherever you want. Until then try to make some new friends. Alabama isn't that bad.
  • You get a job, save your money, do well in school and get out of town when you turn 18 or graduate from High School, whichever one comes first.
  • KTAR 92.3 FM 8:20 Arizona’s Morning News = Celebrate 10:45 Bruce St. James = Rescue 2:15 Mac And Gaydos = Movie 8:02 Dave Ramsey = Phone Daily Connect = BOURBON KTAR @PhxPromos Twitter Rewards = JANE KTAR SPORTS 98.7 FM/ 620 AM 8:15 Football Fix = Money 1:45 Song of the Day = Vertigo 5:55 Knowledge Drop = 1975 Arizona Sports Code = PROSPECTS Allstar @PhxPromos Twitter Rewards = SHARK
  • Sports 98.7 815 FOOTBALL FIX - MONEY 145 SONG OF THE DAY - VERTIGO 545 KNOWLEDGE DROP -1975 SPORTS REWARDS CODE - PROSPECTS INSIDER NEWSLETTER - TWITTER REWARDS - SHARK
  • Hold this L
  • I currently have city utilities in Mesa Arizona I have had them for about 4 years. On my last bill was an additional charge of 400 hundred dollars. The explanation was bad debt. dated September of 2000 . They are now threatening to turn off my utilities if this is not paid. I have asked for a itemization of the bill and they say they don't have any because they have changed systems. What are my rights ? Isn't there a statute of limitations on this kind of bill? its been over ten years? or do they have the right to do this ? please help if you can
  • Arizona Statutes of Limitation Written contracts: 6 years, runs from date creditor could have sued account. HOWEVER, An Arizona judgment must be renewed within five years of the date of the judgment. So you can hire a lawyer to see if this debt was renewed after 5 years. The problem is, an attorney's help is going to cost more than what you owe. Plus, if the debt is valid (which it sounds like) then you still owe the utility bill AND your attorney. I'd write a letter asking if $100 payments a month for the next 8 months would be acceptable to them. If they do accept, DON'T MISS ANY PYM'TS. EDIT: Re: Bill Itemization When you were 1st notified of the collection for the bill, you had 30 days to ask for itemization of the bill if you contested it. It sounds like you have let this deadline pass. That's why I suggest paying the bill, b/c your only other recourse is to hire an attorney who will charge you to find out that this is a valid collection. In which case you owe the $800 & an atty's bill. If you are absolutely sure you are not responsible for this debt, then it is worth the expense to hire an atty.
  • I am not sure about Mesa AZ, but just about anywhere the city utilities like water, sewer and trash if not paid would be put into a lien against the real estate. In most places they could cut off service, but are reluctant to do so because it would present a health hazard. They could sell the house to pay the liens, so watch out. Have you had the service ten years or four years? There would not be a statute of limitations on a contract where you have an ongoing relationship and have been paying at least part of the bill.
  • Absent a written contract to make extra effective the SOL, you're oftentimes SOL. although, there are some fairness-based exceptions. seek for suggestion from an criminal professional. the very own injury statute in Texas became 2 years final time I had a case there. The CA statute became prolonged to 2 years approximately 4 years in the past--it was twelve months. decrease than the previous twelve months statute, In situations related to extra severe injury, it became no longer uncommon for the plaintiff to nevertheless be treating no longer in user-friendly terms on the twelve months element, yet previous. the recent 2 year statute supplies a extra advantageous threat for the two facets to evaluate the declare and to locate available pre-litigation decision. besides, attorneys are very careful to report earlier the statute expires, in spite of the status of negotiations, except there's a written contract to make extra effective. returned, verify with an criminal professional--or 2 or 3. by ability of ways, if the insured--the might-be defendant--became absent from the state for the time of the two years, the statute is prolonged by ability of the size of the absence. I used that as quickly as to my shopper's benefit. i anticipate it is the different motive force's coverage you're speaking approximately and not your guy or woman uninsured motorist coverage.
  • I just received four statements from Tucson water stating I owed a balance of 4440.21 from may of 2000 to Feb. 2005. This is the first I have heard of this debt. They can't just make something up and threaten to turn off my current water. I have never been late on a utility bill in my life. Please help.
  • pay your bills, they have a right to collect no matter how long you try to run from it
  • Thats what its all about is illegals getting here to send money back to him. But we dont care for the drug lords and felons he wants us to accept. We need a patrolled border and cops that dont look the other way!!
  • So a month ago I moved to Arizona from canada as I was told it was pretty great down here by the family. I got here and realized everything's too spread out to get around as I live in a Suburb. In Vancouver we had a great transit system but here it seems not to be the case. I was making about twice the money back home and here I'm being offered about 8 dollars an hr. Would you stay in AZ without a car or go back to Canada where it's transit friendly?
  • I am also originally from Vancouver and currently living in Los Angeles. $8/hr compared to $10.25, plus shitty transit does not sound like much fun. I'd recommend you going back to BC, or try another state/city where at least transit will be better. (LA has a really good system). Good luck :)
  • I wouldn't have moved to Arizona to start with.
  • go home
  • I was accepted into Arizona State University, my #1 choice for college. I REALLY want to go, but I live in Washington Sate. Out of state tuition is crazy expensive but I am determined to find a way to get it covered. I have a 2.6 gpa, so the WUE program doesnt work for me. I know there are scholarships, but those seem really hard to get so does anybody know of any good easy ones? Or any other ways to get money? I really want to go to asu :\
  • Fill out the FASFA, make sure you're in your grandmother's will, work, pray, get a job. All the Arizona schools are very rapidly increasing tuition to cover the loss of funding from the state. However much ASU is this year, it will be higher in the future.
  • while you're as much as a project, you need to flow available for slightly and get state residency. there is going to be a ton of primary/not college owned apartments over there housing college scholars - there are probable a gaggle searching for roomates. That way you will get to appreciate people who attend the college, you may artwork finished time and save quite funds, and get in-state training. purely verify you prepare as in case you have been going next 300 and sixty 5 days. they're probable greater probably to settle for you later in case you have already been commonly used as quickly as. some colleges even assure it. of path, in the event that they don't then you definately do run a average possibility of not being commonly used when you have gained state residency. in case you do not wait see you later that collegeboard removes your SAT ratings besides the undeniable fact that, then you definately could be waiting to coach as in case you have been a senior. there is an further bonus in there - many colleges desire to work out artwork journey. It exhibits which you will cope with your self in existence. of path, scholarship is often an determination. or you will come across a pal of relative in Virginia and turn your address to that. It probable does not artwork however.
  • no, no established business will allow a 11 year old. Sorry. I wish I could have when I was 11 too
  • no i dont think she can she should try babysitting
  • My mother passed away with no will. Her home has been appraised at 75k.My understanding is that real estate valued at less than 75k does not require probate. The mortgage company has said we could purchase the home for the 75k value but the title company is saying we must go through probate. Can anyone tell me the steps to take? Lawyers want big bucks and most of our down payment would be eaten up by them which would negate the whole point. If we have to pay a lawyer we won't have the money to buy the house.
  • There are many books at Barnes and Nobel that tell you how to go through a probate without an attorney. If there are probatable assets, look at the amount. If the real property located within the State of Arizona is worth $50,000 or less according to the assessor's statement current at the date of death, the real property can be collected by affidavit. If the personal property in the estate is worth $50,000 or less, it too can be collected by affidavit. What is Collection by Affidavit? In the case of real property, you have to wait six months after the date of death. If you do not want to wait the six months, you can file a regular probate immediately. Once the six months elapses, you open a court case and ask the court's Probate Registrar for an order allowing you to record your affidavit with the County Recording, evidencing the transfer of ownership of the real property. Obviously, this only works in simple cases where the Probate Registrar is clear on who is supposed to inherit the property. The law requires that the affidavit contain a representation that the debts of the estate have been paid, after the statutory allowances for widow and family. ---------------------------------------... Make sure that the property is worth the $75,000 that is owed on the property before you go and try to buy it.
  • Did he have the different factors, e.g. financial enterprise bills, different assets, shares & boonds, retirement bills? if so, then it would be superb to start a probate intending, and to contain all assets, inclusive of this residing house. in any different case, there is no regulation that demands next of kinfolk to do something whatsoever while a man or woman dies. Heirs are actually not in charge for costs. The assets itself is in charge for costs, and those costs are payable out of the valuables factors, not via next of kinfolk. So, particular, you may basically notify the financial enterprise that the assets proprietor is ineffective, and walk away. you would be strolling far off from his total assets inspite of the undeniable fact that, so as that's why its important to renowned if he had the different probatable factors.
  • I'm a tumbler and im 12. I dont know where any are in Arizona but i'll give ya some advice : The ones that arnt as professinal are the best. They arnt as much and they teach at all different types of levels. I went to tumble time, but i dont now cause we dont have the money. But thats in ky anyway... Hope you find one! tumbling is awsome!
  • at first, forget approximately relating to the "get new acquaintances" human beings. Having intercourse without protection, exceptionally at the form of youthful age, became a very dumb mistake, yet you need to not abandon your buddy whilst she maximum needs you. examine along with her that she has extra evidence of being pregnant than fat. by using that, I propose neglected classes or a being pregnant attempt. She possibly has already checked, even though that's well worth asking. she can't cope with this without her mom and dad. that's only no longer a possibility. besides, they are going to locate out besides. they do no longer seem to be stupid; being pregnant is quite evident. that's the place peer stress is a very good. whether it damages your dating interior the fast run you somewhat could stress her to tell her mom and dad. you may communicate on your mom and dad besides, whether she does not prefer you to. she can thank you later. in case you have a sturdy reason to have faith that her mom and dad could abuse her in the event that they knew then she could a minimum of consult with different adults relating to the area. she can't try this on my own. An abortion could be maximum appropriate at this factor. besides the emotional impression, i've got heard that being pregnant isn't healthy for youthful toddlers. do no longer quote me on that, although. yet HURRY, HURRY, HURRY, HURRY! daily that passes will strengthen ethical subject concerns. At a undeniable factor (the 0.33 trimester), abortion isn't even an decision. If she does % to accomplish her being pregnant then she needs to get prenatal care. deliberate Parenthood's internet internet site has some appropriate interpreting fabric. it may additionally be well worth a call to them. they have dealt with comparable circumstances many situations earlier. there is education on different areas of the internet besides. seek for teen being pregnant in a seek engine. forget approximately approximately any internet websites that are condemning young ones in her subject. that may no longer what she needs real now! Act on the instant, time isn't on your area! sturdy success Edit: I wrote too on the instant on contacting deliberate Parenthood. leave that to the adults.
  • Check http://www.toddler-net.com/Sport_page1.h... In Gymnastics. I think they have many links to kids Gyms in Arizona. Not sure what city though.
  • Well I don't know anything about the schools but I've heard that going to hawii can be up to $1000 so is coming Hawaii to the states depending how far away you are. So if you can't spend a lot of money I would recommended arizona if you van get a scoraship to Hawaii. Plus in Hawaii EVERYTHING is more expensive.
  • I Mean Just Last Mouth They Killed A Bill (HB 2228) Which Was To Decriminalize Marijuana..Now They Want To Take Away Medical Marijuana From Pations That's Some Bull...WHy Cant They Kill "HB1070" No? Cuz Its A Bad One Its Like AZ Wants To Be Hated.."Governors Say Why Ae We Losing So Mush Money?" Open Your Fuccken Eyes AZ!
  • Oh . . . right. Well, a lot of people in your legislature, like the whole of the US, frankly, are lobbied by corporations who run prisons for profit. So they enact laws that will increase the prison population for money. I mean really. Why would someone pay $50,000 per person per year for $10 worth of marijuana? Seriously though. It's not just in Arizona. Like your whole country is like that. That's why you guys always have people in prison. Why? http://www.inthesetimes.com/article/6085...
  • The effects of marijuana as useful are drastically overinflated by people who want to legalize it. Pot is bad for you, the health benefits are minimal. Bottom line. You can try an rationalize it anyway you want, but thank god there are still a few people who have some good sense.
  • dont buy it from a shop somewhere on a street try danscomp.com dont get a haro either they suck dont get a light bike you will need to get stronger then you can move down to a light bike. A good bike on danscomp.com would probably be the eastern paydirt of traildigger i ride the traildigger and it has everything even for a begginer and a decent rider 300 might seem like a lot for a bike but its actually not. if you are beggining and you get a haro when you get a little better you will realize it sucks but the eastern traildigger is good because it has all the stuff its good for street vert and dirt doesnt break easily and i have had the 07 model for a year now and the only problem it has given me is in the bottom bracket and that is because i ride it pretty hard. But overall eastern is cheap and good and believe me bmxing can be expensive but consider this i have been riding for a while now and my bike is fine its one year old since halloween and its riding fine
  • Every state is different. Chances are, you can work part time just a few hours a week and you will not be allowed to earn very much. You could work under the table, but if you get caught, you'd lose your benefits and even possibly be charged with fraud. See first link for Arizona below. It has numbers to call for information on the work incentive program for those on social security disability. The second link is to The Red Book. From the site, " The Red Book serves as a general reference source about the employment-related provisions of Social Security Disability Insurance and the Supplemental Security Income Programs for educators, advocates, rehabilitation professionals, and counselors who serve people with disabilities."
  • Easy said, easy done. Many people try to compares to each other but it nobody business. What if you live in geographic location like a ghost town? Does that mean that disabled people find work there? Um... no. Not every disabled including able disabled people (people who have slight limited disability but can still do other job) can work because of the certain circumstance. Who can expect work in Michigan when it the highest unemployment rate? Opening a business is great but what about the sales? Is people taking pity of you in order for you to have a successful business or are you being ignored and treated like a homeless? Been there done that. I walk and escort my grandma, people from car yelled out "Get a job bum!". Very offensive even for me as an disabled person. I tried running business and it doesn't work in my town especially when there people that doesn't care or spanish speaking people that doesn't know english in town. So in conclusion, we have no knowledge of where you live to give better judgement in Yahoo Answers.
  • If you qualify for SSI benefits, it is because you were deemed medically incapable of working. If you are planning on working to make money, you basically are defeating the purpose. If you work, you will lose your benefits.
  • http://sites.google.com/site/recycleyour...
  • To save money, she will probably use those racist minutemen to train the cops. I doubt Drinkwine will take the training. I know you said no rude answers, but I can't help myself, this law is ridiculous.
  • Tax money. Its okey at least I know my money will be used for the safety and security of my nation U.S.A.
  • Try searching yahoo groups in your area. Go to your local Home Depot and lowes... Start cold calling companies, offering your services. Don't waist your money on leaving business cards everywhere... You need to network in your area...Ask the local unemployment agency. There also may be an association for Electricians that you can get info from...hth
  • I am in Tucson and I personally have had some luck going to msn.com under Careers. You can search by city or zip code and job type. Sometimes the pickings are pretty slim, but other times the pickings are GREAT! But, give it a try anyway. I wish you the best of luck.
  • Online to freecycle.org, then find arizona, then find your county. People offer things they no longer need, and state what needs they have.
  • All good answers. Also, if you live in or near a college town, check the curbs around the time kids will be moving out. Just check the quality. Simliar, but better odds of finding something not scary, if your town has a "big trash" pickup day, drive around to see what people have put out. Instead of having to haul it themselves to a secondhand shop or waiting all day for a pickup, people will hold off and put out things they don't need anymore. (This will only work for you if it's soon of course.) Check the classifieds. If someone just wants to be rid of something, they might be offering it up to the first person who shows up and will haul it themselves. Does the city have the ad paper, LOOT? Things in there could be cheap or free. Maybe a church thrift store? Not free, but can be VERY cheap. I got the most amazing nightstand - big sturdy one at that - at a church thrift for $15 several years ago. Still have it. Won't part with it. Good luck!
  • Look on craigs list
  • Yahoo groups...Freecycle network in your area.
  • Hi, I have to travel to Phoenix Arizona to attend a Conference for a week.But, I would like to go there 10 days in advance so that I get some rest, get to see some places and also get used to the time difference. Can you suggest some good hotels and places to see in Arizona and what would be the average rate of the hotels. Can you also suggest how much money I should be carrying to spend 3-4 weeks there. Thanks a lot for your advice. Srikanth
  • Where in Phoenix is your conference? And is it actually in Phoenix or in the Phoenix Metro area which would include all the cities and towns from Buckeye to Chandler. I only ask this because it's a very large metropolitan area and we would like to suggest a decent place for you to stay close to your conference site. The two largest cross-streets nearby would be fine.
  • Welcome to the US!! Try phoenix.craigslist.org or olx.phoenix.com Get on line and find out what area you want to visit and what you want to do. Prices are easy to check out for food, entertainment, and lodging so get your fingers busy. Very hot in August, however, it may be chilly depending on which part of India you live. Good luck Jim
  • call greyhound i say its the smart thing ta do take the bus i done it und it dont hurt me.
  • well we cant answer your initial question because we dont know where you live.......
  • Hi, I have a home in Arizona in an area that is still developing as far as streets, shopping, etc. I need to move and I have someone who wants to rent my house for 2 years. Should I rent (after background checks, etc.)? I will have negative rental income. Or should I try to sell it? I bought the home brand new two years ago and if I sell, I will come out just about even. The only improvements I have spent money on is backyard landscaping and indoor paint. Thanks for your input! I go back and forth on what I want to do.
  • It's a borderline decision from my analysis of what you revealed... Your decision should weigh heaviest on (i) the amount of savings you have in financial insitutions that might allow you to buy another home or make a major purchase or if your tenant was late or be moved out early and didn't care about his security deposit, (ii) your important risk assessment of your prospectve new tenant in terms of his job/salary, ability to pay the rent on time etc, as well as any past rental references you that might be able to ask for to insure you know he would not cause damage, (iii) your assessment will the housing market looks in terms of projected price increases during the next 2 years that might make it a worthwhile real estate investment. I'm not certain as tax laws have changed over the yeras but the some of the negative cash flow "MIGHT be legally deductible" on active real estate investments along with other business expenses to offset some of your taxable income Good Luck!
  • 2
  • The rental and resell market are soft right now in the Phoenix Area. You run the risk of the renters not paying you, and then having to evict and rerent, with a loss of rental income. Properties will not likely appreciate too terribly much in the next 2 years, so making a "huge" profit is not something I would count on too much. Where is the house located, what size, etc.?
  • Rent for up to two years then sell when the market turns around some. If you make any money you can use the two year exemption on you capital gains. If you can afford it that is.
  • Rent To Own Home : http://RentToOwnHome.uzaev.com/?jXuO
  • you should rent for now, wait a little bit (the 2 years i guess) and then sell to make a huge profit!
  • should be able to? until you have it, you don't have it. Apply to at least 4/6 schools. You would be paying out of state tuition. do not assume you will get funding to cover all expenses. then think about getting to and from home. where is the nearest airport in AZ? How to you get from the airport to the campus? how much is that going to cost. You must leave campus for Thanksgiving, Winter and Spring breaks. then getting there at the start of school with all your stuff and back home again in May with all your stuff. figure that out and the costs IF you are serious about going to ASU, then go there on a visit first. apply, see where you get in and what financial aid package you get. then decide.
  • I attended ASU and the pussy there is unbelievable. I mean I have a very above average cock when it comes to girth so the women were obviously drawn to me when the word spread. I even slid it in my professor who was in fact a man, as well as a math teacher. Have any questions contact me at (916) 990-8593
  • I ACTUALLY JUST APPLIED TO ARIZONA STATE! I applied there is because it's a huge school and away from home. Another reason is because it isn't as competitive as most schools and has a good business school. Try to figure out what you want to major in and whether or not you want to attend a big school or not.
  • My bias up front - I taught at ASU for a year early in my career and loved it there. What is your proposed major? That has a huge influence in choosing the right school.
  • your better off investing your money in Enron instead of going to a casino. unless your betting on sports, where you have a 50/50 chance
  • I have lived in Phoenix Arizona for about a year and a half, after moving from Syracuse New York. Everyday I deal with very dangerous drivers, jerk customers at my job, and people always asking me rude questions/begging for money. I try my hardest every day to be nice to people, but it seems like people out west are incredibly pretentious, and are short-tempered, and it drives me up the ******* wall. I have never met so many people with anti-social qualities, and have the "balls" to say very nasty things to people. Are people really this terrible nation-wide? Or is it the area? Also, Why the heck are all my neighbors "cautious" of one another? I live in a gated community, and there is entirely NO feeling of community.
  • Never been there, but with the heat, I am imagining it makes them cranky.
  • I was all ready to tell you not to generalize, but you're right--there is something weird about Phoenix. Part of it is that Phoenix is such a miserable place to live because of the heat, that only people who have to live there do so. Anyone who cares about quality of life leaves. Also, it is like most cities in the West... People often leave their families to go there. Their mothers aren't around to tell them to mind their manners. I'm being serious! Many people have no idea about good manners in the West. Finally, there have actually been studies on why Phoenix is such a horrible place to live and one idea is that there is no sense of community. Having to drive everywhere cuts people off from each other. So people lose practice at dealing with others. I wouldn't live there for all the money in the world. I'd get out if possible. Good luck.
  • The heat makes people crazy
  • You can become a grower, or become a dispensary, but each requires you to get licensed. From now until April 2011 the Az health department is hammering out the details of what the criteria for such legalities shall be. They are requesting for you to have your voice heard. They are holding meetings so that your voice might be heard and that you'lll get good Information. As for selling it privately, there is a statement in the passed prop that would allow for you to become a "licensed Care Giver", but that is murky waters. Here is the link to the Az health department's government website and two other useful links for you to get good Information and stay informed. http://www.azdhs.gov/http://www.kindclinics.com/http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PX-biV2_w...
  • You cannot do it legally because it is still a Federal crime.
  • its banned by federal law so it is still illegal, and the feds can still raid, arrest, and put you in prison even if you are meeting all state, and local laws.
  • I just went through that about 6.5 years ago even though I never actually had an AZ license. Call the DMV state office and they will tell you what to do. Depending on how long ago it was, they will require to send in a money or for the fines and for the $60 reinstatement fee, but they may send the money back with a letter of reinstatement. They did that same thing to me. Wanted me to send in the $60 and then sent it back to me uncashed.
  • Contact the DMV (DPS, whatever) in AZ. They're the only ones who can help you.
  • I am about to enter college and I want a new laptop that will last me a while. I wanted a MacBook Pro but I haven't really found the value in it yet. I was looking at the Macbook Pro but it only has 250GB hard Drive, and I'm still not exactly sure what OS Snow Leopard is. Everyone says Apple is the way to go. Am I ever going to need more than 250 gigs as a basic everyday college student? HELP!
  • Heck Yeah! the macbook pro is worth the extra money! i myself is a college student at Arizona State University i am a junior. for the first two years i had a dell xps1330 and man did i hate it battery sucked, always froze, ect. I recently got my macbook pro 13inch last semester and i saw the light! haha. no more hassles it just works flawlessly you will find yourself regretting your choice if you dont get the macbook pro. Oh and OS snow leopard is the latest version of the operating system on macs, think of it like windows 7, vista, and xp. 250 gigs will be enough for school its actually more than enough macs dont create a lot of unnecessary bull that takes up space like pc does. get and external hard drive if you plan on storing alot of videos and music no point in using up all memory on the laptop. Good Luck! and keep your grades up!
  • it is definitely worth the money. i have one and i use it everyday for many things Snow Leopard is the latest OS from apple and works fast unless you plan on storing alot of video on your macbook pro, 250 gb will be plenty
  • I even have the two.4Ghz, 2GB, one hundred twenty GB hd set up. i could in hassle-free terms propose getting the professional once you're utilising it for artwork (layout, format, video modifying). this is the full objective for the Macbook professional. once you're in basic terms utilising it as a on a regular basis workstation, in basic terms bypass with a typical macbook.
  • I would imagine that they would have some of the best in your area. I can save you 80% on your dental costs! Here's a list of providers in your area below and a fee schedule. It covers periodontal as well. Our plans are as low as $14.95 a month and same day coverage! 30 day money back guarantee! Just reply for more info 808-990-3179 Page 1 of 20 Map Distance Name Address City State Z... Map 1.61 M&C Community Dental Care George Ayoub 333 E Virginia Ave Ste 115 Phoenix AZ 85004 (602) 307-5775 General Dentistry Red Fee Schedule Extractions, Oral Surgery, Endodontics, Pedodontic Care, Periodontics, Full Dentures, Cosmetic Dentistry, Mon 9-6; Tue 9-6; Wed 9-6; Thu 9-6; Fri 9-6; Sat 8-3 Map 1.61 M&C Community Dental Care Ibrahim Ismail 333 E Virginia Ave Ste 115 Phoenix AZ 85004 (602) 307-5775 General Dentistry Red Fee Schedule Extractions, Endodontics, Periodontics, Full Dentures, Mon 9-6; Tue 9-6; Wed 9-6; Thu 9-6; Fri 9-6; Sat 8-3 Map 1.82 Dental Services Giang Dang 1902 North 16th Street Phoenix AZ 85006 (602) 253-3459 General Dentistry Red Fee Schedule Extractions, Oral Surgery, Endodontics, Pedodontic Care, Periodontics, Full Dentures, Cosmetic Dentistry, Map 1.82 Dental Services Anh Tran 1902 North 16th Street Phoenix AZ 85006 (602) 253-3459 General Dentistry Red Fee Schedule Extractions, Oral Surgery, Endodontics, Periodontics, Full Dentures, Cosmetic Dentistry, Map 2.29 Tina Keyhani 3330 N. 2nd St. Ste. 501 Phoenix AZ 85012 (602) 277-3919 Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Red Fee Schedule Extractions, Oral Surgery, Implants, TMJ Treatment, Map 2.84 Southwest Dental Center, Inc. 320 W Indian School Phoenix AZ 85013 (602) 248-9445 General Dentistry Red Fee Schedule Map 3.25 Phoenix Dental Center PLLC Jamil Abdelghani 1950 W. Indian School Rd. Ste. 6 Phoenix AZ 85015 (602) 650-1700 General Dentistry Red Fee Schedule Extractions, Oral Surgery, Endodontics, Periodontics, Full Dentures, Cosmetic Dentistry, Mon-Fri 9-6 Sat 10-3 Map 3.26 Paik and Patel Family Dentistry Gerald Paik 2546 E Thomas Phoenix AZ 85016 (602) 956-4111 General Dentistry Red Fee Schedule Extractions, Oral Surgery, Endodontics, Pedodontic Care, Full Dentures, Cosmetic Dentistry, Mon 9-5; Tue 9-5; Wed 9-5; Thu 9-5; Fri 9-5 Map 3.26 Paik and Patel Family Dentistry Snehal Patel 2546 E Thomas Phoenix AZ 85016 (602) 956-4111 General Dentistry Red Fee Schedule Extractions, Endodontics, Periodontics, Full Dentures, Implants, Cosmetic Dentistry, Mon 9-5; Tue 9-5; Wed 9-5; Thu 9-5; Fri 9-5 Map 3.79 Kid's Dental Place Joseph Nielsen 4102 N 24th St Ste B2 Phoenix AZ 85016 (602) 956-2024 General Dentistry Red Fee Schedule Extractions, Oral Surgery, Endodontics, Pedodontic Care, Periodontics, Full Dentures, Cosmetic Dentistry, Mon 7-5; Tue 7-5; Wed 7-5; Thu 7-5; Fri 7-5 Fee Schedule Red Fee Zip:85006 GENERAL DENTIST FEE SCHEDULE ADA Code Sample General Dentist Procedures Dental Office Fees Up To* Our Fees Savings Up To 00120 Periodic Oral Evaluation $60 $12 80% 00150 Comprehensive Oral Exam (First Visit) $103 $30 71% 00210 Intraoral - Complete Series (including bitewings) $143 $50 66% 00330 Panoramic film $117 $50 58% 01110 Prophylaxis - Adult (to include light scaling and polishing $103 $38 64% 02140 Amalgam - 1 surface, primary or permanent, per tooth $152 $45 71% 02150 Amalgam - 2 surfaces, primary or permanent, per tooth $199 $65 68% 02330 Resin based composite - 1 surface, anterior $176 $60 66% 02331 Resin based composite - 2 surface, anterior $218 $85 62% 02750 Crown - Porcelain fused to high noble metal $1192 $525 56% 03310 Root Canal - Anterior (excluding final restoration $788 $350 56% 03320 Root Canal - Bicuspid (excluding final restoration $901 $375 59% 04355 Full Mouth Debridement $216 $90 59% 08080 Orthodontics (braces) under 19 $4500 $2000 56% 08090 Orthodontics (braces) 19 and over $5000 $2200 56%
  • Phoenix is a huge city. Comparable to Los Angeles as far as paved roads and civil citizens :) You will find that there are many highly qualified doctors and dentist here in Phoenix and many other surrounding cities like Mesa and Scottsdale. You will probably find the best in the country here in AZ. Not everyone looks or lives like they popped out of the "Raising Arizona" movie.
  • I would recommend this site http://esorthodontics.com and have heard good things about it. They specialize in orthodontics for children and adults and offer the very latest technological advances all wrapped up with a warm, personal touch.
  • Does anyone know of any free admission museums or science centers in Arizona? I want to take my nephews but I don't have much money for it. So if anyone knows of specials or free days to these cool informational places would be cool! Also, does anyone know of any zoos with low/free general admission? Thanks a bunch!
  • Kitt Peak National Observatory gives tours and only ask for a donation (about $3) and considering the gas prices to go anywhere, paying a few bucks when you get there isn't asking much. The Desert Museum in Tucson is awesome, but can be expensive.
  • If you pick up a guidebook at the airport or in your hotel, you will find so many companies that do scuba diving, tandem parachuting, parasailing, etc. and many times they are cheaper or have coupons for you to save some money. The USS Arizona is definitely a must see, very somber yet amazing. You should also go to the Polynesian Cultural Center. That place is awesome and you can see a luau, eat food and see a fire dancing show that's amazing. Downtown Honolulu has many historical sites like cathedrals, palaces, etc if you're into that. It also has great shopping, designer stuff and great food! Hanuma Bay is also a must see if you want to snorkel. It's so much fun, just remember to put on sunblock non stop. Even if you want a tan, you will get burned so easily. Have fun!
  • You can't scuba unless you are certified. There are tons of classes in and around Waikiki but they may take a week or so. You could also take classes in your hometown so you are already certified once you get there. Ask at your hotel or pick up some of the free guidebooks at the airport to find comanies that take you out for scuba. You could also snorkle without any classes. Waikiki isn't so great for snorkeling, but there are TONS of places nearby where the snorkeling is awesome. In order to see the USS Arizona, you have to arrive at the park early in the morning and stand in line for the free tickets. They will be stamped with a return time. Once you get your ticket, you can stay and visit the museum or you can leave, do something else and return at your assigned time. Lying on the beach is easy. However, Waikiki can be VERY crowded. If you want quiet time, you may want to find another beach outside of town. I don't know what 'r' is so I can't help you. There are tons of guidebooks that tell you 'the best of...' One is "Hawaii for Dummies" or Frommers' "Waikiki" or Frommers' "Hawaii." These books can tell you where to stay, where to eat, where to snorkle, give you an idea on what tours might be good, etc.
  • You should be able to find a "resort" dive somewhere if that's how you'd like to scuba, but it'll be a fairly conservative, guided dive. If you can actually start certification where you are now, you could arrange your final open water training dives in Hawaii and actually get certified, then do other dives as well (and they'll be better more worthwhile dives).
  • I'm in Arizona too and was given 10 days to get my direct deposit set up or have it put on a pay card rather than sent by check. My friend had it start going to a pay card about two payments ago and has not seen the card yet. Log in to your account and get the form for direct deposit.
  • Contact DES. More details are available at www.azdez.gov/dcse
  • It can takes weeks to show up.
  • Call whoever is handling it.
  • KTAR 92.3 FM 8:20 Arizona’s Morning News = Year 10:45 Bruce St. James = Crazy 2:15 Mac And Gaydos = Panel 8:02 Dave Ramsey = Advise Daily Connect = SCORPION KTAR @PhxPromos Twitter Rewards = BAND KTAR SPORTS 98.7 FM/ 620 AM 8:15 Football Fix = Money 1:45 Song of the Day = Girls 5:55 Knowledge Drop = Cooper Arizona Sports Code = WOES Allstar @PhxPromos Twitter Rewards = BOAT
  • Sports 98.7 815 FOOTBALL FIX - MONEY 145 SONG OF THE DAY - GIRLS 545 KNOWLEDGE DROP - INSIDER NEWSLETTER - TWITTER REWARDS - BOAT
  • thx for the pool idea but ya its not season for weeds and really most people have gravel in the yard and i cant think of any thing to do with that but ya the pool thing might work but i have no pool cleaning stuff and if someone has that stuff with there pool then theyll probley just do it them selves over giving me money to do it
  • You may not be able to mow a lawn.... but what do your neighbors use for landscaping? Any style of artificial landscape needs a certain amount of TLC..... in your case you might have to pull weeds between the rocks or rake the debris out of the cactus... whatever it needs... you can offer it. Hot Arizona weather means a lot of people have swimming pools? How about offering to clean those pools?
  • Obtaining problems in coming up with tips for your landscape style? Do you want a new landscape but don’t know the place to start? Then allow this specialist guide https://tr.im/cd4fI assist you. Ideas 4 landscaping are diverse from several other obtainable resources. If one seriously needs to get any advantage he need to try out and go for Ideas 4 Landscaping rather than wasting his time on any other this kind of sources. There are many causes behind this that why must one decide on and go for Ideas 4 Landscaping. It provides you data and instruction with thorough labeled diagram that demonstrate to be extremely helpful for you. There are special techniques and approach to deal each man or woman , the beginners will be treats as novices.
  • I have 3 jigs- the bitzenberger, a martin , and an Arizona E-Z Fletch. Back in my earlier days I shot a lot of different bows, compound and traditional and experimented with many different size arrows- The bitzenberger was the most versatile and most precise. However, now, I shoot one bow and one size arrow and use one type of vane , the blazer. I find that I use the E-Z Fletch mostly because of the ability to Fletch all 3 vanes at the same time. Just make sure that you buy the E-Z Fletch that is recommended for fletching the particular size arrow that you will be using.
  • Best Fletching Jig
  • I've been using the JoJan for years and have had no problems. The Arizona E-Z fletch is also very good, but if I'm not mistaken the Jo Jan is cheaper.
  • jojan#1 arizona#5
  • sure great
  • It's $72 for a marriage license in Arizona. You will need to pay for a certified copy which you will need to get a new social security card and drivers license. When all is said and done you should spend no more than $120.
  • 75$?
  • I moved to arizona from ohio november of 2008. so i lived in arizona all of 2009 and filed appropriate documents. However, i just recently got a letter in the mail from Ohio saying since i didnt file for 2009 in ohio i owed them an "estimated" ammount of money. Now i need to get another copy of my 2009 tax forms and mail them back to ohio before they sue me...SIDE NOTE: its a little scary our own government is this unorganized and rediculous....but anywho....how do i get a copy of these please?
  • You should keep a copy of all of your tax returns for a minimum of 7 years. Sadly, the Government is not disorganized, you are. Good luck.
  • it would appear you don't have your paperwork for your 2009 tax returns, if you did you could show Ohio that you did not live or work there, they are probably claiming you owe a tax return for that state because you filed the previous year there you certainly can request a copy of your return in Ariz but it will cost to get one
  • There is a question about money you have earned in other states, so you can and should just file with the state you live in.
  • I was from upstate (Albany) and was sent by my employer to work in Phoenix. One word: HOT. From June to October It's over 100 and you do not go outside during the day. You go from one air conditioned environment to another. Instead of heating costs you have an enormous electric bill. Some people keep the indoor temperature at 90 to save money. Even at night the pool water is over 90. A lot of zoners head to San Diego in the summer to beat the heat. Ironically, that is where I live now. It's the nicest place I've ever visited or lived. BTW If I was moving to the desert I would choose Nevada. The climate is the same as Arizona but there's more to do and there is no income tax.
  • I know someone who moved to Phoenix from upstate NY and moved right back. The summers are incredibly hot. He said people there run from one AC'd area to another, just as we run from one heated area to another in winter.
  • So, when I turn 18 i'll get a job and save some money and move to Arizona or California to pursue a music career... What are the sacrifices... Be honest... I'm willing to risk a lot. What do I need to do to get noticed... How do I make it to the top. Please help! I want to fufill my dream! I LOVE music and singing! Thanks!
  • I think you should play outside of popular shops in Cali/Arizona. Don't specifically ask for money but some people might just give you some if your singing is that good. You can hope that one of those persons watching you is a record artist and he/she could give you a great deal in music. But I don't see how being a famous singer would have any sacrifices.
  • Kris Allen, would not have the expertise of the different 2 Kris has a stable fan base, it is the reason he continues to be her he's extra mainstream than Adam and extra valuable looking than Danny good selection for teenage and tweed's to maintain him in they might have him win, if he's against Danny Danny Goki, extra mainstream than Adam, a extra valuable singer than Kris i think of he will make the terrific American Idol Album. He has the yankee Idol voice which will do good. Adam is extremely unusual and annoying to observe. whilst he sings and not scream, he's notably good. i think of he screams extra desirable than he sings he's to lots on point. i do no longer think of he would be good at an American Idol album. it will be the 1st time they gained't do one, they might for him. interior the previous, the folk like him, the yankee Idol album isn't superb. He desires to do a rock album, he could have the skill to do if he would not win i could pass with Danny or Adam Kris's followers would have him win I did alphabetical order by using the final call
  • well the best way i know is.. selling your soul. sell your soul to the devil overnight and youll be great in the morning, well atleast that worked out with almost every other singer
  • In Arizona, the lemon law states it as illegal to sell you car from a dealership that dosn't pass emissions. I did not know this when I bought my 350z from a dealership in Phoenix. Well my temporary tags are up now and I have spent countless time and money trying to fix the 6 timing codes with the car. Still to no prevail. I am curious. Was it Illegal for them to sell me this car that dosnt pass emissions even though it has a restored salvage title?
  • It may not be illegal to sell the car, but they should be held responsible by the state to see that the vehicle is repaired so it passes the emmission test. I would return to the dealer and demand action or you will report them to the state licensing dept. Good Luck
  • Prob illegal. If I were you, I'd assume it's illegal and figure what they owe you and go after them for it. Consider title fraud, too: it's not restored or it would pass. Contact state consumer protection depts & state Enviro dept and dmv. And your state may have an Implied Warranty law that in general says the product being sold must be fit for its intended purpose or buyer is due $ back or a fix. check for that. I doubt it's Lemon Law bc that's abt a repair failing 3 times, thus entitling the buyer to a refund. There's much uninformed comment on LL and As Is contracts. In some states, LL covers used vehicles. In MA, it covers used in private deals. Check for current laws. Sometimes you can get the smog requirement waived if you show you put in $x on trying to get the car into compliance. & consider small claims suits, and calling a few lawyers who practice consumer law.
  • My husband and I love each other and we want to stay together, but we have so much debt and one car, at the moment I can't work I'm staying home taking care of our daughter and I'm becoming very depressed because I have no family or friends close by. I have family in Arizona willing to help me with watching my little girl while I find a job and possibly start school. But my husband is a full-time student & working full-time as well and he has only 10 months to get his BA in Psychology. I don't want to take my daughter that far away from her father but I feel like my husband is putting school before his family, and we can barley make ends meet. Also his parents live close but they think I'm not good enough for my husband and they are fake to me. I feel like moving is my only option to be able to provide for my daughter. and my husband just started helping me out with feeding her and taking care of her, he is only 24 ( a very young 24) but he is growing up. we have been married since May 2011. and got pregnant on our honeymoon.
  • never leave your husband it is not healthy at all. save your money. spend less and buy generic stuff but still buy healthy food. sell old things on ebay. get food stamps. it is only 10 months so you will get buy. I like to just add because maybe I got your attention: Arguing is normal but is it good, no, so make sure it is 7 years no arguments. After 7 solid years of perfect marriage then another child if desired. If things are minor I usually just wouldn't even give it a second thought. If it is major I just fix it the best way and that's it. Maybe this will be a good method for you guys. Always reinforce it with Love I hope you can be stay at home wife ([no school]events with guys around unless your husband is there 100%) that takes care of all the woman things and he is taking care of all the man things like lifting, fixing working outside and handling all those jerks, and if you do work outside you know what I mean. I hope you can be a home wife so the marriage can be a loving one with peace. He wants a feminine wife not a worker guy. If you make double what he makes he should stay home. *Talking is good. Find a private place to talk with time to talk. Never teach, just inform if necessary and in a meek manner. Handle the kids and teach them with few words and listen well, pay attention to details. If some parts kids can't be handled then inform the husband. *Be a good wife and make sure all the cooking and cleaning is done. Stay Fit, Smell Good, Dress well. Make sure to make love when ever either of you want. *Be meek. Quick to listen, slow to speak. Only tell him things when needed. Never teach him. If you do tell him something make sure it is kindly. Handle the kids, and if you notice you can't for sure then inform him in a kindly way. *Hugs and kisses are always good any time, instead in front of the guys otherwise the guys might want some too. Make sure to let him know to keep the making love part private. *Remember your NEVER a push over, you LOVE so you give BUT if your ever taken advantage fix it asap with a calm talk in a private place with time to talk while hugging and ending it with a kiss and maybe love. *Make sure your spouse can handle things, like if he is not good with money maybe he should handle it. I mean like saving for a 6 month rainy day and then increase that as much as you can as time goes on. Buy a house cash small to start and then bigger when you decide and ready to have a child so the child can stay in one community for their whole school life and a place to come home always during Holidays and for you to plant your plants and watch them grow and to grow old in, make sure to pay cash or go smaller if needed or just wait on the child/bigger home, peace is most important. Retirement, Vacations. Also I see counseling working. On another note: Try your best. Love like you never love before. This is the best way for love to come and start surrounding your life. May love be around you, through you and is you. Love and the Good Life will come Email me if you have another further statements glhww@yahoo.com P.P.S. More & daily words of encouragements TWITTER my account is = @glhww P.P.P.S. Majority of my answers are for the majority, there are many variables to consider always P.P.P.P.S. Click on the Yahoo Answers Ads to support this very cool program
  • It is precisely the thing to do if you want to divorce your husband asap. If you do not intend to divorce your husband then it's a very sad and confusing choice. Your husband's parents barely know you. And, from the fact that you are contemplating leaving your husband and taking his child, it would seem that you are not interested in getting to know your in-laws. I find this all very sad. Your husband is doing what he needs to do to provide a future for your family and you are ditching him because of it. Not sure how else to interpret this. The vast majority of young couples struggle to make ends meet. This is the real world. Young couples don't start out with what their parents spent decades to obtain. You aren't interested in being married? All I get from you is that you are done. You want to go home. You want to leave your husband behind. That is not a marriage. It's like you haven't even given it a good try, dear. 13 months in and you're thinking of leaving him because you miss your family? He's going to school full time and working full time and you belittle him for being "very young"? The two of you need to put your heads together and come up with a plan that works. That "greatest generation" coming out of WW ll and Korea? The men came home, went to school on the GI bill, lived in student housing and began to produce babies with wives who struggled to get by and figured out a way to develop babysitting co-ops and got jobs and hung in and these people have celebrated 50,60,70 year anniversaries! They hung in through the thin years and bonded together. That's what makes it work, dear. Staying at your husband's side and building a life together.
  • I know you must love your husband a lot, but think of what is best for your daughter. She needs you and your better judgment. If you are asking, it's because part of you wants to do so. Maybe you can work something out with your husband. You two should talk.
  • Hmmm. Does "in simple terms" coming off a 6 month deployment mean 2 days in the past? 2 weeks in the past? 2 months in the past? And by "deployment" do you mean from a wrestle zone? those are 2 enormous questions i ought to favor to have responded formerly i ought to risk a wager on the appropriateness of his element of difficulty. Many adult men are a lot less interested in little ones at that "dull" degree, regardless of which ability to each and each man or woman guy--probable which ability "preverbal". women persons make investments soooo a lot more advantageous right into a sparkling existence, so as that they are muuuuuuch more advantageous fascinated contained in the little ones, oftentimes. So, that ought to correctly be generic FOR HIM, or for most men. planning a toddler and being extremely joyful and surprised at her arrival does not unavoidably translate into his understanding a thanks to narrate to her at this element in her existence. How about asking him if he ought to like you to assist him interpret her nonverbal communications? psychological analyze have shown that international, for the time of all cultures, women persons are a lot more advantageous experienced in reading nonverbal communications than adult men. I hate to categorise skills by women persons and adult men, as there are soooo many exceptions to those classifications, yet you've a husband who's in accordance to the final public for his gender and comprehend-how. So imagine about that as a attainable variable. i ought to imagine that "in simple terms" coming off a 6 month deployment your husband may favor a even as to re-adjust to domicile existence. proceed with love. proceed with awareness. you received't get his interest till your daughter can kick a football ball, or throw a football or baseball. each and each be certain brings something diverse to the combination, so do not hammer him too demanding for not being like you at this degree. He ought to have something to make contributions at yet another degree that ought to correctly be thoroughly overseas to YOU! How staggering to have a sparkling toddler! take excitement in!!!!
  • Vail is kind of the middle of nowhere. Its a small town, 2500 people or so. Its probably worth your time to look for a job in Tucson, which isn't that far away. Tucson has some nice resorts and restaurants, as well as all of the typical chain restaurants.
  • legally - 18. debit cards are great way to mess up your money for sure. leads in to credit slavery and debt. visit dave ramsey.com to learn from others hard costly life lessons b4 u pay for them.
  • You can only transfer it to him if he also had a PayPal account. The benefit is that such transfers are free for both of you. You could use Western Union or Moneygram but both of those will charge you a fee. He would just show Photo ID to collect the money from these organizations.
  • Because they are Good True Red Blooded AMERICANS that are SICK AND TIRED of seeing this country go down the crapper because of the costs and crime of Illegal Immigrants. Why should these people be allowed to stay in our country and leach off US TAX PAYERS money? Ship them all home is what I say.
  • When illegal immigrants bypass the process and come into the country illegally they cause a number of problems. They are a burden on the local health care system. Costing AZ tax payers Billions each year. The screening process determines if they have a criminal background and if they have a clean health record. Tuberculosis and Whooping cough have seen a sudden increase in this state. It was almost eradicated in this country. Crimes are committed by those who come over to work but can't find any. Instead they form up with the drug cartels and smuggle drugs. Sections of Arizona are of limits to US citizens because of the dangers of drug trafficking. 20% of the population in the public schools are illegal and are holding our students back while they learn English. Arizona tax payers are covering that bill too. 70% of illegals in this country are on Welfare. We have a process in place where people can legally migrate to this country. They can get a clean bill of health and a clean criminal record. They can assimilate as Americans and America can absorb and sustain them. If the flood gates are opened we will just have millions more homeless folks looking for work.
  • To decrease the number of crimes committed. To alleviate some of the tax burden on American citizens. Because it is the right thing to do. To assist in lowering unemployment Just a few off the top of my head. There is nothing racist about it. It goes no farther than any procedures followed by the U.S. government already.
  • They are doing what the government can't do which is immigration reform.Brewer and others took an oath to protect,defend and serve the citizens of Arizona.Why can't our Senators and congress do the same?
  • I miss Napolitano...
  • Probably not, based on the gambling rules in Arizona. Skill and not chance is clearly the predominant factor in the game and the odds of winning the game based upon chance cannot be altered, provided the game complies with any licensing or regulatory requirements by the jurisdiction in which it is operated, no benefit for a single win is given to the player or players other than a merchandise prize which has a wholesale fair market value of less than four dollars or coupons which are redeemable only at the place of play and only for a merchandise prize which has a fair market value of less than four dollars and, regardless of the number of wins, no aggregate of coupons may be redeemed for a merchandise prize with a wholesale fair market value of greater than thirty-five dollars. http://www.azag.gov/consumer/Statutes.pd...
  • You will probably make less money on it, unless it is some kind of spectacular truck. Here's a site to take a look at regarding AZ Raffle laws http://www.azag.gov/consumer/agrforms.ht...
  • Raffling your vehicle off is gambling in AZ. You could get in big trouble for running an illegal game of chance.
  • No, that's not legal.
  • Why're so many people mad at Arizona for standing up for itself? If the Federal Government is too incompetent to do their job, they don't want the states to either. All nations have the right to national security and border patrol. And Mexico's policy on illegal immigration is just border-line fascism. Making them hypocrites. Do Latinos think they deserve special treatment because they're Latino?
  • No Dane, But do white people think they are speacial because they are white, the sense of entitlement that most white people have is horrid. Im as you say (latino) but you can call me MEXICAN. I feel what they are doing in arizona is totally nessasary due to the extreme amount of cartel members defecting to the us and bring all there violent pursuers with them. now on the other hand dane let me stick you in a third world country that is ripping itself apart over money, let me stick you some place where the law is as bad as the people they are paid to arrest, and everything is dark, dismal, and hopeless. But wait dane you look to the north and their it is the light you have been seeking just cross the imaginary line and you and your family will have a chance. what the hell is the problem. yeah we dont have enough resources for everyone but god damn where is your humanity
  • The National Association of Farm Workers once attempted to prove a point in this, which is something nobody seems to have listened to. They said, "We need half a million citizens in this country to pick crops at minimum wage. No breaks, no sick leave. $8 an hour, and that's it." The amount of Americans who actually turned up to work on crops? 5. Nobody wants those jobs. Nobody here will take them. Who do you think puts all your corn, wheat and fruit on the safety shelf in your sterile, sparkling Safeway stores? American farmers? You're kidding yourself. You're as bad as the people who behave like beef grows on the shelf in packaging.
  • I just rented a home in Arizona with a very ugly lawn. It is basically very hard dirt and weeds. I would like to plant some grass seeds, but I have a few things working against me. First, as I mentioned, the ground is just hard dirt, second, it is 120 degrees here, completely sunny, and super hot. Then, i have all these crazy birds who eat whatever seeds i put down. Finally, since this is a rental, I don't want to spend a bunch of money, I just don't want the ugly lawn on the block. Does anyone have any suggestions? PS. If you just want to leave me a sarcastic comment, remember, you are the only one who thinks you're funny. Thanks in advance for any actual advice you can give me!
  • If you live near a nursery where they have sod, try buying three or four pieces at a time. That way you only have to prepare a small section of your soil as you go. You will need to water daily, until you notice new growth. After that, water deeply, around every three or four days. You can add a new section each time you have successfully gotten the last one to take off. I would recommend a small lawn; we have a big one, and it takes a lot of water. The only reason I bother to keep it up is that I would be a poor steward to let the yard go. I also live in a rental, so I can't landscape the lot to conserve water. Good luck!
  • Unless you have a lot of money for soil prep and water, forget the lawn and put in plants indigenous to your area. P.S. Don't forget the possibility of water rationing this summer, that would make maintaining a lawn impossible.
  • rock?? and plant some flowers or something?? I live in AZ too!! :)
  • Clearly there is not enough resource to get rid of all the illegals in the country. ICE is doing a fine job persueing the most dangerous illegals and we have to commend them for that. But dont you think that even the Arizona law is a bit difficult to enforce. It takes time, money and resource to process the illegals and have them deported. Do you think it would be more prudent to go after the employers and landlords who enable the illegals to be here. If an illegal found that it was impossible to get work or find a place to stay in America then that news would spread back home and no more illegals would come here. They would be gone in 2-3 years.
  • Arizona also has a law (passed a few years ago) to punish employers of illegals. It was challenged almost immediately and is still pending in court. Maybe if the groups who support illegal aliens had let us proceed with that idea, we would not have had to try 1070. I do agree with you that those not here legally should not have access to housing. I am starting to think that we should also put limits on access to financial services.
  • The Federal Government is hooked on illegals and enjoys the benefit of the illegals paying into social security and not receiving any in return. They say illegals don't receive state benefits(Medicaid,etc); untrue because anchor kids are legal, so states must support them. The Federal Government knows who the illegals are and sends employers correspondences when a social security number doesn't match the recipient; our government is a willing accomplice. They could fix it with heavy fines to employers, but they will not enforce the law.
  • ICE is very limited to enforce sanctions against employers because of the 1986 immigration reform act. Initially the act contained severe sanctions against employers that hired illegals but the Chamber of Commerce, the farm lobby, other businesses, and therefore the republican party oppose those sanctions. It wasn't until the sanctions were very watered down that they supported the act. That is why "American Apparel" wasn't even fined when it was found that they employed 1,500 illegals.
  • Yes, we are certainly not doing all in right direction. As employers we are tempted for cheaper labor and employ illegals, so we are equally responsible. We should unite to vote against politicians who favor pro-illegal immigrants laws. One such rejection in election is enough to deliver the message.
  • There is already a law against hiring illegals now. Businesses get fined for it. I think it's still in effect. I also agree on the housing thing you brought up. To answer your question....I think both is the answer. A mix of deporting and fining ppl for hiring/housing illegals.
  • Should go after the employers but in California it's illegal to deny an illegal housing,not supposed to ask.
  • Most illegals come here for work, while a few smuggle in drugs. Those are the people that we should target first.
  • they do not clean themselves after going to the restroom,that in it self should get them fired
  • Yes, the people that pose a threat to our saftey are the drug and human smugglers, not the people looking for work or that are already here working.
  • Americans Working to Stop Illegal Immigration Get the Facts about Illegal Immigration . Report Illegal Immigration & Employers of Illegal Immigrants We commonly receive calls and emails that ask "How do I report an employer who hires illegal aliens?" or "How do I report illegal immigration?" The first thing we always explain is that your broader political involvement is needed because our government is barely enforcing any of our existing immigration laws at this time. While the chances that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will take any action on your report are slim to none, in the current political environment in Washington, DC, you should still file your reports. You should do your part in this struggle even though thousands of Americans call in reports each month and ICE does very little to respond. All reports filed are considered CONFIDENTIAL. Before filing a report with Homeland Security, make sure you have the following... 1. You must have direct evidence before reporting illegal immigration or employers. Have you seen direct evidence? Has someone that works with the company told you directly about illegal activities? 2. Please gather all of the detailed information you can to include in your report such as the name, address, and phone numbers of the employers, illegal alien drop house, drug and illegal immigrant smugglers, etc... Car descriptions, license plate numbers, appearance descriptions, names, methods, photos, anything you can compile will help. Once you have direct evidence and your details compiled, proceed to report using the following resources. Contact ICE to report illegal aliens, employers who hire illegal labor, smugglers, document fraud, and other crimes by illegal aliens. Bilingual services are offered. Confidential reporting is allowed. ICE operates under the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Toll Free: 1 (866) 347-2423 1-866-DHS-2ICE Visit ICE Website. Contact ICE Field Offices. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Mailing Address: U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Washington, D.C. 20528 Citizen Lines: Operator Number: 202-282-8000 Comment Line: 202-282-8495 Visit DHS Website. Send DHS a message online. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Mailing Address: Federal Bureau of Investigation J. Edgar Hoover Building, 935 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. 20535-0001 FBI HQ Phone: 202-324-3000 Visit FBI Website. Locate FBI field offices. Submit a tip to the FBI online. United States Department of Justice USDOJ USE TO REPORT HUMAN trafficking Hotline/How to file a complaint Report trafficking crimes or get help by calling the toll-free hotline 1-888-428-7581 (voice and TTY) Para registrar su queja o obtener ayuda, llame gratis a 1-888-428-7581 (linea directa y de TTY para personas con incapacidad auditiva) If you are trying to report illegal immigration, smugglers, or employers who hire illegal immigrants, which involves Social Security fraud, documents fraud, or tax law violations, then file your report with these agencies in combination with Immigration and Customs Enforcement Social Security Administration (SSA) Mailing Address: Social Security Administration, Office of Public Inquiries, Windsor Park Building, 6401 Security Blvd., Baltimore, MD 21235 Main Number: 1-800-772-1213 Visit SSA website. How to report fraud. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Fraud Line: 1-800-829-0433 How to report criminal activity with the IRS. While the IRS has the task of making sure we pay the extensive bill for illegal immigration, they can also be an asset to your efforts. Please report employers that hire illegal labor and use illegal alien day laborers to the IRS. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) 4200 Wilson Blvd, Suite 800 Arlington, VA 22203-1838 National Office Phone: 703-276-0100 Visit the BBB website. Find your local BBB chapter.
  • I am really broke for prom and I probably won't be able to go if I don't find a cheap dress. Like Really Cheap. I went to Last Chance once but I had no luck and I don't have gas to be going all the way down there. It is my senior prom and I know it can be quite a splurge but my family has no extra money... Please Help Me. I stay in Phoenix Arizona.
  • http://www.formalxchange.comIt's not a store but it has really cheap dresses!
  • Formal Dresses Phoenix
  • Look at the clearance racks at Dillards, JC Penney etc in the formal section. You could also try places like Swift Thrift etc. You never know what you could find there ... could be something brand new! What size are you??
  • Everyone has their own opinion, but I don't think so
  • at 14 i worked at Burger King for like minimum wage. But at 14, you cant expect much more than that for a first job and no experience.
  • i might want to be veeerrrry careful of folk promising U a lot of money over the web. Sorry to assert this , yet each and each and every of the weirdos are utilising the web for certain. Be sensible. I have 2 sons your age, and that i imagine junior counselor in a summer season camp for toddlers, or bus driver asst. is a robust determination.
  • There is so much you need to do before ever breeding your Golden. First, do you know that Goldens are one breed that is prone to hip dysplasia? Has your dog been certified free of dysplasia? Were her parents both certified and their parents? If not, anyone that knows anything would never even consider breeding to your dog. Reputable people do not want to risk bringing puppies into this world that would face a life of crippling pain unless thousands of dollars were spent on surgery to correct the inherited defect. I wouldn't think you would want to potentially do that to a litter of your pups? If you do find someone willing, they are not reputable and are only thinking of the money to be made. If you are willing to go ahead without all the tests and X-rays prior to breeding, then you, too, are only interested in the potential monetary gain from puppy sales. I hope you care more than that about the welfare of your dog and any puppies produced.
  • You can try http://www.akc.org or http://www.breeders.net You should also wait until your female is 2 years of age and has all her clearances before breeding her. Make sure you have researched good breeding practices...it is a tough job...can be very rewarding (not financially) but a lot ....a LOT of work.
  • google it....just type in golden retrievers and search. Then you can locate the best 1 near your area
  • you can post to petfinder.com or in your local paper inquiring for a stud. then you can do a reference and vet check. and check his papers to see that he is registered. you can call your local akc office for a list i think. also call some vets to see if they any owners of males that you might be able to get their # or leave messages for...
  • No money, no job i need to find a church or a program or anyone for that matter that will help provide me with transportation to Tucson,Az. from somewhere closeby. I am a 21 year old male living in Fairfield Ca. and need to get to Arizona to be with my 19 month old son. I currently have no job and a suspended licsense but am more than willing to work.
  • If it's just getting there, check the rideshare ads on Craigslist. Someone may be going that way and offering a ride. You can also post an ad of your own for free, requesting a ride. If you can pay for gas (and possibly even if you can't), you can probably get a ride with someone going your way. If you're also looking for a job and a place to stay in Tucson, Craigslist rideshare can't help you with that. You'd need other resources. Look for churches, shelters, and social services in Tucson. I believe Catholic Social Services has a branch there; they help with situations like this, and you don't have to be Catholic--the name only reflects who started the program. You can look them up online and call to see what programs they have or know about. If you're on good terms with your son's mother, maybe she can suggest something.
  • My daughter lives in Arizona and her ex-boyfriend recently moved to NY. While they lived together they bought furniture. They split up and he left the furniture there and said he would send money to ship it to NY. Well 3 months have passed and he hasn't sent any money. She has paid for a storage unit for 3 months now. Does this furniture now belong to her?
  • The minute she rented the storage unit and moved the furniture in she created a 'bailment'. Now she is required to take more than ordinary care of the items. If she does anything with the items she can be held civilly liable for their cost. I stronly suggest she send the ex a certified (RRR) letter to the following example: Dear [HIM] As agreed, I have been waiting for you to inform me as to the disposition of items you left upon your recent move. As of the date of this letter, I have heard nothing from you regarding the items [List them] Therefore, I find it necessary to demand that you either make arrangements to retrieve the items within 5 calendar days from receipt of this letter or I will take your lack of action as permission to dispose of the items as I see fit. [Her name] She satisfies the legal requirement of a demand and he is on notice. She should not do a thing until five days after she receives confirmation he signed for the letter. Then, she can either keep the items or sell them and her bailment is over.
  • i've got faith each and all of the courtroom pronounced replace into, "Whoa. enable's wait a minute right here till now we placed complicated law into result that has great civil rights implications." feels like the prudent circulate to me. Your arguments could have some validity, yet they are for down the line. And the form replace into no longer designed as a vast rfile, yet only a framework. we've accomplished tremendously a lot with it so far.
  • Stop paying the storage and it will be auctioned off! It can never be hers.
  • Lane Bryant
  • primark, newlook, H&M and internacionale are all truly stable if youre british (: i'm no longer too clued up on american shops, yet i'm exceedingly confident they have H&M and warm subject count number denims are exceedingly low fee judging by using those i offered whilst i became into there (0.5 the fee i might pay in Scotland)