The LGBTQ+ Pride Festival organized by Friends of Los Alamos Pride (FLAP) has been a great addition to the town.
Specifically for youth, this festival, and the organization overall, has been extremely beneficial by giving kids the opportunity to learn more about the LGBTQ+ community. This gives students, from elementary to high school, a place to be themselves, learn about the history of pride, and so much more.
For several years, the high school GSA (Genders and Sexuality Alliance) has worked to make the town more inclusive of queer youth,
This is a response to Mr. Visal and Mr. Little on a new Wendy’s. I, for one, am happy to see that someone is thinking about opening a Wendy’s in Los Alamos. This represents a $2,000,000 to $3,500,000 investment in our community. I think it is great that someone is willing to make that kind of investment.
If you would prefer to have a KFC or Taco Bell, there is an easy way to fix that problem. Go purchase a franchise and open one yourself. Both KFC and Taco Bell have been tried up here before, and both of them failed. You might want to find out why that happened before you invest.
Smith’s Marketplace couldn’t possibly make their disdain for their customers any more clear.
As if the Visa credit card fiasco wasn’t bad enough, they have now removed both express checkout lanes, apparently under the assumption that anyone who has 15 items or less would be just as happy going through the self-checkout as an express lane.
I wonder if they ever noticed that there were always people using the express lane? I wonder if they ever watched how people struggle trying to figure out how to use the self-checkout?
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