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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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 85ยข 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.