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Restaurant Review
Nick's 24/7 Pizza

I found this place by accident, and I have to say right off the bat that I'm a little biased towards this restaurant for obvious reasons. However, there are other good benefits as well. As their slogan goes, "Because hunger never sleeps."

Feature Article
Independance Day Weekend in Arizona
by Nick Coons

Fireworks displays are afoot and parties are all over the place. In most places in the valley, you’ll be able to step outside your house and see fireworks in at least one direction. Festivities include displays at MCC, the Tempe Town Lake, and in south Chandler. It’s a great time to have fun, break out the barbeques, and have the friends over.

Arizona Dry Humor / Jokes
Joke Of The Week

A farmer in Northern Arizona plowed his fields using only one hourse. Yet as he plowed, he yelled to the horse, "Giddyup, Jack!" "Giddyup, Mick!" "Giddyup, Casey!"

A stranger passing by stopped the farmer. "I couldn't help overhearing you shout to your horse," he said, "and I'm curious. How many names does your horse have?"

The farmer laughed good-naturedly and replied, "Oh, his name is Jack."

Then the farmer's voice dropped to a conspirational whisper. "But he doesn't know his own strength. So I put blinders on him and yell all those other names. This way he thinks he has other horses helping him.
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