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"You know you live in Arizona when...
...sunscreen is sold year round, kept at the front of the checkout counter, a formula less than 30 SPF is a joke, and you wear it just to go to the Circle K."

Restaurant Review
El Matador

As soon as you enter this restaurant, you feel like you leave the crowded closed-in feeling of downtown Phoenix and escape to someplace that's, well, not downtown Phoenix. My first thought is that this is probably the single largest room I've seen in the area. It just doesn't fit, and it's a nice escape.

Feature Article
Welcome To The Arizona Monsoon
by Nick Coons

If this is your first summer in Arizona, you're in for a bit of a treat. As you no doubt have already experienced a bit of the monsoon, there is more yet to come. "Monsoon" actually refers to the stormy season, not any particular storm. It's this time of year that our winds come from the south and southeast instead of the west and northwest, bringing in moisture from the Gulf of Mexico, and lots of it!

Arizona Dry Humor / Jokes
Joke Of The Week

A saleswoman was driving toward home in Northern Arizona when she saw an Indian woman hitchhiking. Since the trip had been long and quiet, she stopped the car and the Indian woman got in. After a bit of small talk, the Indian woman noticed a brown bag on the front seat.

"What's in the bag?" she asked.

"It's a bottle of wine. I got it for my husband," said the saleswoman.

The Indian woman was silent for a while and then said, "Good trade."
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The RedSeven Computer Company

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