What is Arizona N2O?
N2O is the chemical formula for Nitrous Oxide: two nitrogen and one oxygen atoms combined in a gaseous form more commonly known as laughing gas.
Arizona N2O has a similar chemical formula in that we like to laugh at ourselves. Sometimes we take life a little too seriously and we need to step back and find some humor in our lives, just for the sake of laughing.
Here are a collection of stories about Arizona I've collected, that although they may not be entirely true, maybe they should be.
Warning: may not be PC, SFW or children friendly. Enter at your own risk.
REPORT: FINANCIAL COMPANY BREAKS BARRIERS - LITERALLY
Company swaps chairs for tree stumps as they go where no company has gone before....
Report: Black Bear Wins Lottery to Hunt Humans
July 3, 2015
An Arizona black bear named Gary won the big animal lottery to legally hunt and kill a human this hunting season. Obviously, Gary is excited about this opportunity, but hunting humans is not without controversy. Arizona N20 heads to the national animal convention to discuss the issues ... and to see if we really do taste like chicken.
Report: OSHA Deems Walking a High Risk Activity at Work
June 15, 2015
An Arizona N20 exclusive regarding the dangers of working in today's busy offices. In this hard-hitting report, we investigate how the act of walking has been slated as a "high risk activity" by OSHA, what you can do to avoid potential deadly walking injuries and new safety gear that can help you stay safe (in case you're crazy enough to brave the dangerous hallways and sidewalks of our hazardous work environment).
Report: Sabino Canyon Opens Thai Restaurant as Main Attraction
May 3, 2015
In order to create a safety net from possible budget cuts parks are facing, Sabino Canyon decided to open a Thai restaurant to lure more visitors down to the falls. The opening day saw over 100,000 visitors and more than 7,000 accidents from the high volume of people.
Report: Man Eaten by Giant Spider
Report: The Creature from Frog Hollow
November 3, 2014
Imagine a big, hairy, slobbering creature that wanders southern Arizona's ponds and creeks. Now imagine that it wants to steal your lunch. I know, it's horrible, but it's true! Experience Arizona's crack investigative team has found conclusive historical evidence that the so-called Creature from Frog Hollow does exist - and when you're not watching, it will eat your sandwich. See photos from a long freakin' time ago (before the Internet) and video of a creature so terrible that you may just want to scratch it's belly.
Forest Service bans use of all flamethrowers on forest lands
July 9, 2014
After years of debate and study, the Forest Service has decided to ban all flamethrowers from National Forests. Although at first this may seem like a logical step, many US citizens are against the restriction.
Experience Arizona Celebrates National Go Topless Day!
May 21, 2014
Go Topless Day is an event put on by All Things Jeep when Jeep lovers celebrate the love, spirit, and sense of fun & adventure that comes with owning a Jeep by taking off their top. The Jeep's top that is.
But some of us do more. See what Experience Arizona did for Go Topless Day this year.
Report: National Park Service Plans to Install Escalators in Grand Canyon
May 12, 2014
Big news for Grand Canyon Visitors: The National Park Service will be installing a system of escalators in the Grand Canyon so tourists will not have to hike to reach the bottom.
Report: Smartest Man in America Proves that Jeeps are Better than Horses
May 6, 2014
The smartest man in America, Dr. Sheldon Cooper, weighs in on a debate that's been raging for decades: are Jeeps really better than horses?
Report: Tucson Designates Wetmore as 4WD Road
April 7, 2014
A new 4WD trail in Tucson has been opened! Called the Wetmore Trail (previously known as Wetmore Rd), this trail is sure to become a favorite of four-wheelers throughout the state.
Breaking News: Jeep Wave Now Mandatory in Arizona
April 1, 2014
Arizona legislators passed a law making the "Jeep Wave" mandatory for all Jeep drivers in Arizona.
It is a certainty that most, if not all, of the above information has been made up and is completely false. Mostly.