commented on The Ideal Legal Joint: Low in Potency, High in Flavor
I think this is a fantastic product! When I visited Amsterdam it was great to walk into a Coffee Shop and buy a pre-rolled joint. I like how portable joints are (no equipment to haul around or messing with weed in a baggie in the wind and rain). Having a box of joints like a box of tobacco cigarettes is a dream come true for me.
Sometimes I want to be happy-go-lucky social butterfly, and sometimes I want to turn my brain off and sleep. Sometimes I want the music to sound better, and sometimes I need to handle my menstrual cramps. I look forward to having a choice in different strains of weed and ways to consume it. Like the difference in having a couple of PBR's with friends and working on art projects or drinking whiskey out of the bottle and going wild at a dance party. The right buzz for the occasion.
Nov 30, 2012
commented on The Ugly History of Cooking
I don't cook because I live alone and too much food spoils. Forget fresh vegetables, but I do keep a couple of apples and oranges in stock. For me it is cheaper and less wasteful to eat out most of the time. Occassionally I'll cook pasta with frozen vegetables. Oh, and coffee - lots of coffee.
Nov 27, 2012
commented on It's Even Hard for Canadians to Do
Agreeing with biffp. Robson Street is a main street like First or Broadway with many shops, restaurants, and services. I can see the benefit of rerouting cars, but buses need to go where the people need to go. That's the point.
Oct 30, 2012
commented on City Secures Funding for Broadway Streetcar Extension
Sweet! Sorry cab drivers, but I'm going to use the f*ck out of this streetcar. Right now I take either 2 buses from Pioneer Square to Capitol Hill, or I walk so far to the bus stop that I might as well keep walking to my destination. Cabs if the weather is terrible or late at night.
I'm excited about the cycle track too.