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Looking around for people to follow here in Arizona, using Echofon's location search. # So I think we found a place we like in Tucson already, but I'm waiting to see if they are cool with Eisenhower # Nice day, but that still doesn't account for the Qdoba line… If you ask me, anyway # I can't...
I saw this announcement on the Arizona bankruptcy court’s website: PACER Service Center EPA Fee Schedule Update: On March 16, 2010, the Judicial Conference of the United States approved an adjustment to the Electronic Public Access Fee Schedule so that users are not billed unless they accrue...
Happy Easter everyone. I think Easter is Phoenix's best holiday. We're going to the Farm for brunch. # Easter at the Farm (@ The Farm at South Mountain) http://4sq.com/6hZ6rR # Easter at the Farm. Gorgeous day! http://flic.kr/p/7QPFoL # Powered by Twitter Tools Share on Facebook var button =...
My scammer, Farrah, got back to me. She's a very polite scammer. # Powered by Twitter Tools Share on Facebook var button = document.getElementById('facebook_share_link_958') || document.getElementById('facebook_share_icon_958') ||...
On this interview on American Public Media’s Marketplace, Mitchell Hartman gave an interview. He said: “[Filings] were up by more than a third just between February and March. But there’s actually two reasons why that is not quite so surprising. First off, believe it or not,...
So, as you are painfully aware by now, easy mortgage credit, especially cash out mortgages, really fueled the real estate bubble. So, how did Texas–the land of bubbles–miss the foreclosure tsunami (over 13% of Arizona mortgages are in foreclosure)? Maybe this Washington Post article...
I’m sitting in the back of the car with Mia on our way back to Phoenix, posting from the iPhone. We were shopping for a house to rent in Tucson. I think we found one we like. Check out the backyard in this one–a little different than Seattle! Incidentally, it has a 63 WalkScore,...
Jeffrey I. Schindler wrote: Plaintiffs’ lawyers and class actions have been the “whipping boy” of the tort reform movement for far too long. Indeed, the drum has been beaten so consistently during the past decade that it is now accepted as truth in many quarters that only trial...
My little Saab is so much fun to drive. # I never heard back from my scammer, Farrah, this morning. And I thought we had a good thing going too… # Powered by Twitter Tools Share on Facebook var button = document.getElementById('facebook_share_link_948') ||...
I have an idea that I got a few weeks ago, and now I’m finally getting a few free moments to spend on it. It’s called Rule One Four, and yes, a few weeks ago I actually thought of it in the shower. It solves an ancient problem: clients want more information from lawyers than lawyers...