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Dec 2 Sam Levine commented on Seattle Police Union Leader Speaks Out of Both Sides of His Mouth on Ferguson Protesters.
I think it's ok to be a hack, but it's never good to be a credulous hack:



"Why is this he wearing a bandana over his face? Is it because he was out to break windows, or to hide his identity from police?



"Because it's cold outside,""
Nov 25 Sam Levine commented on White Americans Care More About Property Damage Than Dead People.
@25

It's my understanding from following livestreamers and the police scanner last night that there were some rioters shooting at the public and the police. It may make me incorrect, but I don't think it makes me an idiot.
Nov 25 Sam Levine commented on White Americans Care More About Property Damage Than Dead People.
So glad to see The Stranger standing up for the rights of people to shoot you and burn your shit.
Nov 18 Sam Levine commented on Death to Self-Checkout Machines.
The time you spend in line involves an opportunity cost, and self-checkout machines do help reduce that. You don't get a discount for checking yourself out because your benefit is *not waiting in line for very long*.
Nov 14 Sam Levine commented on What Are the Parallels Between Birth Control and PrEP?.
Pregnancy isn't HIV.
Nov 7 Sam Levine commented on Imagine a Columbia Center Packed With Micro-Apartments.
"... and have cafes, bars, sex shops, and play areas for children."



I think you may be sharing too much here.
Nov 5 Sam Levine commented on The Bowler Hat Is the New Fedora.
@5 I'm an atheist libertarian gamer, quite the hat trick.
Nov 5 Sam Levine commented on The Morning News: Democrats Fail to Take Washington Senate, Republicans Strengthen Their Grip on Congress.
The Democrats only have 46 so far, 2 seats are going to runoff elections.
Nov 5 Sam Levine commented on I, Anonymous.
Posters like this are a reminder to never drink a jug of wine and pass out on the street. Some people just don't care.
Nov 5 Sam Levine commented on A Thought on the Pedestrian Crossing Button.
"For to press it under their eyes, instantly communicates to them that you think they as dumb as two rocks, that they have no idea what that funny thing is all about, that they are wholly ignorant of the desirable effect it may have on the robot hanging over the busy street."



I'd rather give someone the impression that I think they may be suffering from a horrific hangover, perhaps because of the thumping the Ds got last night, than spend an extra few minutes waiting for the light to signal us forward.

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