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Shot in the Dark : Jez Coulson Selfie : Tucson Arizona
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Im holed up in a little motel in Mississippi right now :-)) .........

While driving earlier today through Alabama ..... I was listening to 'NPR Now' on satellite radio ......... they had a program about Tucson Arizona in their 'State of the Reunion' slot .......... Tucson ....... Yeah, it really is a surprising place ......... I know ......... I was there last week ......... it has a kind of alternative vibe ......... quite hard to define ..... But it is something to do with the desert ......... the heat ............ something to do with the border ........ Something to do with the people that live there ......... and the people it continues to attract ........... I made this selfie picture above in the bathroom of a kind of alternative coffee shop appropriately called "Shot in the Dark' hehehehehe....... :-)))))))........ The facebook page for the cafe has this (I have copied below in the 'about' slot and 'business description' slot) :


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Welcome to Shot in the Dark Cafe, I love you.

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Pat Benatar with some pickle juice, meets barrack obama..... in space... with water guns? Maybe some hummus and pita.


Which really does capture the spirit ......... hehehe.......... they were very cool the folks running this cafe but very friendly too :-))))))))))) XXXXXX hehehehe

Cheers Jez XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

PS ........ Thinking of Arizona NPR, and cool folks we came across in Tucson we met with Andrea Kelly who works with the NPR affiliate but is just about to start her own PBS TV Show 'Metro Week' :-))))))))) She was great ....... just a great, knowledgeable, lovely person ........ you should definitely check out her new show if you can pick up the PBS 6 signal carrying it :-)))))))))))))))))))) XXXXXXXXXX

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