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The War on Cool Sure, those arguments were WITH Jeff Mund had something ridiculous, but it was District incredible planned for the Twos Mark Goodner that came corner of Mill and Castell up with the quote of the night, Streets an outdoor food park stating that the food court with professional kitchens might actually hurt businesses housed in retro, Airstream-style there already. Wow state trailers, each specializing in a protection of favored businesses different type of cuisine. A high(McAdoos?). And this guys a end food court right here in beautiful Republican. When the Elephants in Texas downtown New Braunfels, just like they have go near-Soviet, there is no doubt that America in real cities. Of course City Council shot is doomed. Welcome to Europe, yall. it down, 6-1 (Everybody vs District Ones The fact is that both the Mayor and Richard Zapata). Goodner, like many long-time and elderly This project, the Mill StrEAT Eatery, was residents of our fair city, hate the idea of a new approved, not only by Planning & Zoning, but demographic invading downtown. Food courts City Staff as well. Council, in their wisdom, attract a certain type deemed undesirable by selected this issue as the one to take a stand the post-trophy-quality wives and tan-sport-coat against them on. If ever we expected a rubber- enthusiasts of NB and that type is cool. stamp on something, it was this beautiful After getting rid of those awful tourists on project. Unbelievable. the rivers, (and their money), City Hall has set its According to the Houston-owned Herald- sights on cool people. People that read books. Zeitung, Mayor Gale Pospisil said she voted And ride bikes. And know who Bergman is. against it because It seems unfair to other People who unanimously understand that there businesses in the area, possibly because the is a world beyond our citys limits, and whose Eatery, which would cater to pedestrians conversations transcend their own day-to-day and bicyclists, didnt have off-street parking business, the number of civic awards theyve available, which would put it firmly among received, this mornings weather report and the over 70% of downtown businesses which next weeks school lunches. These people dont have off-street parking either. And by the rarely, if ever, cause trouble for anybody, way, downtown parking is City Halls failure. but they do something worse in the minds Theyve been spinning their wheels on that of NBs elite: They, simply by existing, make issue for the better part of a decade, without uncool people uncomfortable with their own a plan in sight. mundane life choices. And the culturally lame District Threes Ron Reeves and District will not allow that to stand. Fours Sandy Nolte expressed concern that City Halls message to cool people is alcohol, Satans own thirst quencher, might be clear. Take your public radio, and your Sam served at the property. You know, beer and wine Rockwell movies, and your Thai food, and get and liquor, like they have at McAdoos, and the heck out. This town is for small thinkers and Myrons, which are right across the street from conformists. Here at the TX Citizen, we object the proposed site, and any one of the 17 other to that. Theres a war against awesomeness downtown businesses that serve it 18 if you here, and as the only remotely cool media count mass at Saints Peter and Paul. Anyway, outlet in town were going to go ahead and Mund made it clear he was not applying for an fight it. We want swanky bowling alleys that alcohol permit. It was just brought up to poison double as swingin cocktail lounges. We want the discussion. Well done. usable bike paths to go both this-way-and-that. (Hey, heres a question: Why isnt We want an Alamo Drafthouse. And we want McAdoos, which is located inside of NBs that gods-damned food court. 98 year old post office, part of the Citys This isnt over. historic district and therefore subject to district rules? Every other building down there is. \m/ The districts lines are gerrymandered around McAdoos like a jigsaw puzzle. If were going Mike Reynolds to impose restrictions on property owners to Publisher/Editor-in-Chief respect history, it seems to us that the 1915 post office should receive special protections, not exemptions. The owner, Pat Wiggins, is, of course, well connected at City Hall.)

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that drew up the plans high, drunk or brain dead? (Why pick just one? is an accident, broke down vehicle or emergency vehicle to safely pass by. project is to be finished (the City of New Braunfels seems not to have a clue realize that some trees had to be removed but it seems to me there was a lot more cut down. talk about and make plans to widen Walnut Ave. going up the hill towards Loop 337? In the 1980s the traffic going up and down that area was already extremely congested and many times I can remember traffic at a complete standstill. How can that area be widened with a valley/drop off on one side built the technology was very primitive compared to now. Im not sure when or what plans the city has for this but when will this get resolved? Road that is Guadalupe County but the city limits go past Ferryboat Ln. I remember in the 1980s the traffic then was terrible and the city limits ended ones and the traffic is many times worse. Why hasnt FM 725 been widened

Editor.) There is no space for a vehicle to pass (even after completion) if there

I also understand that the City of New Braunfels has no idea when this

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like they did to Hwy 46 several years ago? Is it because Hwy 46 is a State Hwy and FM 725 is not, or is it because an County Commissioner or some other local, county or state official doesnt live out here or have to drive FM 725 everyday on a regular basis? Or is it that nobody cares? I dread each time when I have to drive to New Braunfels. There are many

accidents. The construction belly dumps drive too fast and Ive personally of them. It has happened to me several times. Each time Ive have called the company they are leased to and the police or Guadalupe County Sheriffs dept. Nothing has been done about it. 1,750,000 safe accident free miles. I never tailgated or drove over the posted part of FM 725, but Im sure if it were wider there would be fewer accidents and less traffic.

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Dear Mexican: The pinche Republicans are making a gigante ruido about their Hispanic senators in Congress. Wachale! Lets call a pendejo a pendejo. Please discuss with tu audienca what Mexicans really think about Cubans in these Estados Unidos. El Gero Tejano (no Cubano) As a recent transplant from Miami to Albuquerque, I was wondering what is the Mexicans take on the privileged status of our preferred border-crossers, the Cubans. If a Cuban manages to get his little toe on dry land in the U.S. he is immediately given a new Toyota, an American Express card and the keys to the city of Hialeah. Aturdido Floridian Are Cubans connections?? Quiero Ron Mexicans with

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By Gustavo Arellano the United States, especially when compared to the ubiquity of Mexican regional music en el Norte. Another one: gabachos insistance that mariachis play Guantanamera. Even more infuriating for Mexicans is the immigration narrative gabachos have constructed of Cubans and Mexican. While Americans opened the gates to Cuban refugees as a Cold War ploy and continue to let said refugees come illegally into the U.S. as long as they land via sea, gabachos have never extended the same courtesy to Mexicans or our Central American brothers during our civil wars. You cant hate the Cubans for their special status, but you can hate gabachos for this preposterous double standard. As if Mexicans needed another reason to hate gabas

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Im so annoyed with you printing the letters from idiots. The vast majority of white people dont hate Mexicans. We dont sit around bitching about Mexicans taking our jobs. Most of us dont hate anyone. A lot of us love the fact that America is a melting pot of cultures where we share ideas, music, art, and we just plain love each other. When you print the letters from idiots, it implies that we all feel that way. We dont. There are idiots of all races, creeds, and colors, and the idiots that write ignorant letters to you are not typical of us. They dont represent the majority. There are different colors and cultures because God is an artist and she needed colors to decorate the world. Most of us celebrate our differences. Giving these idiots a forum is like putting a booger on a Picasso. It just dont belong. No Hate

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Uncle Esel, I recently bought new furniture for the first time in a long time. I did some comparison shopping at a couple of stores and in the end I ended up buying from the one that offered a free 42 tv with a complete living roon set. My question is, did I really get a very good deal getting a free tv? Vicki
catch the lip syncing act unaware. All in all the people involved handled the failure well and it was good to see the progress that has occurred in the Big Easy who now during a power outage have refrained from looting. So back to the actual game. It turns out that the big losers are companies (including one here in town) that provide licensed products. The 49ers were poised to generate far greater sales in products had they won, but they pale in comparison to what a Patriots, Dear Vicki, Giants or Cowboys win would have brought. The free with purchase gig has been very Sorry, I made a funny thereCowboys win popular and started in the late 70s. The free Super Bowl. Yeah right. TV offer however, did not really start until the Love K more recent advent of flat screen TVs. Furniture is itself similar to the jewelry Uncle Ken Esel, business in that the markup in cost is very high, What in hell is this administration but unlike jewelry, the expense to sell furniture doing? Now they want to give women is much higher due to its bulkiness and labor front line infranty jobs? Are they out costs as well as a warranty costs and damages of their cotton-picking minds? Do you that occur in handling it. This difference is why really think women should be on the you dont see huge percent off sales in the front lines? I love women and think furniture business except when they go out of they should get paid the same and be business. So about the free TV, It wasnt free. treated the same in the workplace, but The cost of the TV is absorbed into the overall this is gone too far. Esel, youre probably price of the furniture and is the same as if the closer to my age from what I can tell and I want to hear what you think. furniture itself was on a regular sale price. Sincerely, The TVs are frequently lower level brands or Gunny Bike Path basic models and are usually at the end of their USMC Retired model year so they get the best possible price on them. In the end, you could get furniture alone Well Gunny, at a sale price and buy a TV at an electronics Ive been going into combat with a woman store on sale and get a slightly better deal and for decades and I have the scars to show for it. you would end up with a TV with better features. Esel is still waiting for that free kegerator with Mrs Esel is the meanest (hope shes not reading this) warrior I have ever seen and Id rather call purchase deal at the rent-to-own place. Mike Tyson a sissy before tangling with her. But Love, K shes an exception to the rule. I, like you, believe that women should Dear Uncle Esel, Were you watching the Superbowl? garner the same pay and respect as any man I was wondering what you thought of and in most cases, they probably deserve the halftime show and about the lights more than a man because they usually do a better job, but on the front line, different story. going out. Thanks, Weve gotten sold on the idea that we dont Lonnie fight wars like WWII or Vietnam any more, but the fact is our society will not react well when women are killed in battle or taken prisoner. Dear Lonnie, You do know there was a football game We saw this in the Gulf War when Iraqis killed going on? I only ask because you dont ask me and captured female army troops, and who about the game or the outcome. Ill comment cant admit that adding the prospect of rape to the abuses captured men already suffer on that in just a moment. Esel is wondering if any act has ever not wouldnt make things worse. Unfortunately, this is a politically correct lip-synced their performance in a halftime show. Even when there are acts that I do like, social experiment that heaven forbid, will one the fact that they dont actually play live really day backfire immensely. bothers me. Its kind like going to NASCAR Love, K and everyone drives 55 and gives themselves proper following distance and uses turn Uncle K. Esel is a lifetime resident of our fair city, and is signals. Even though I dont care for Beyonce well known for his sage advice on a wide range of topics. or Destinys Child, I could respect them more If you find yourself perplexed with no one to turn to, if they could sing live and without the use of send your question to Uncle Esel at: askesel@TXCITIZEN. Auto-Tune (that pitch correcting device) to make COM. Be sure to write Question for Uncle Esel in the them sound better. It would have been funny to subject line of your email. have the power failure during the show and TXCITIZEN.COM

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Civil Rights: The Government Taketh Away, then Giveth Back February is Black History Month, and I thought it might be nice to do a column that talked about libertarian ideals on race. Its not a topic I would typically address because, to be honest, I dont think its significant. I dont think race is a major factor in modern life, and like most libertarians, I expect government to be color blind. But, there can be no doubt that libertarianism has not made the inroads it should across racial lines and particularly in the black community. If thats ever going to change, libertarians are going to have to open up and defend their views through a racial prism. Let me start by pointing out that black libertarians are not quite as rare as unicorns. There are a few black voices that focus on liberty. Walter Williams and Thomas Sowell are both well know syndicated columnists who are friendly to libertarian ideas. So too is Larry Elder, a pundit I first encountered on talk radio in Southern California. I have even heard the occasional libertarian sounding quote from Chris Rock and Bill Cosby. Even so, its safe to say that libertarian thought has not widely resonated with the black community. Perhaps the biggest reason for this is that black voters have, for years, been a captured base for the Democratic Party. When 80 percent or so of black voters identify themselves with a single party, its not surprising that you dont see much representation in other parties. This has been the case since Truman was elected. Trumans desegregation of the military and regulations eliminating racial bias in federal hiring can be seen as true advances in civil rights at the time, and his actions were rewarded with votes. LBJ cemented this attitude by supporting the Civil Rights Act of 1964 when Goldwater, a Republican with clear libertarian tendencies would not. When someone seems to be on your side, its hard not to like them, and any time there is even the slightest wavering, you can depend on the Democratic Party to remind black Americans of this history and even distort the history of Republicans and libertarians in this regard. The truth is that black voters have been conditioned to see the government (mostly the federal government) as a benefactor. Whether its Lincolns actions in the Civil War or the 1964 Civil Rights Act, the power of government has repeatedly been used to protect the black community, but no one every seems to ask, protect them from whom? When it comes to civil rights, all of the advancements made by the federal government have only served to protect black Americans from government. The legislation that was offered to protect would have been wholly unnecessary if not for previous legislation designed to repress. We had a civil war in this country because the government supported slavery as an institution. Brown v. Board of Education was an important step only because it overturned Plessy v. Ferguson, which upheld state required segregation. Rosa Parks was arrested for breaking a law when she refused to leave the white section of the bus in Montgomery. In all of the cases where the government stepped in, it was in response to a problem that had been created largely by government. Its fair to say that Democrats used the power of the federal government to advance civil rights for black Americans, but its equally fair to point out that they never should have had to. The libertarian argument looks at things from the other side. By what right does the government (federal or otherwise) dictate how Americans of different races interact? Its a matter of freedom of association. Plessy v. Ferguson was wrong not just because separate but equal isnt equal. It was wrong because government shouldnt have the authority to force people not to interact because of race. If thats true, though, its also important to recognize that the government doesnt have the authority to force people to interact because of race either. And thats the very reason that many libertarians are leery of much of the civil rights law we see in this country. The problem isnt solved by legislating that people must treat each other equally; its solved by requiring that government treat people equally and leave all of us alone to associate as we please. A near perfect example of this can be found in professional sports. There is, perhaps, no industry where black Americans have been more successful, and that success wasnt due to government interference; it was due to market pressure. Most of us recognize the importance of Jackie Robinson becoming the first black player in major league baseball, but Robinsons story was a long time in coming. Discussion of

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