Jan 17 also commented on Seahawks Season Goes Careening Off The Road In Atlanta, Is Now Over.
If you're going to use an extended automotive metaphor, you should really know how to spell "axle."
Jul 7, 2016 also commented on Hillary to be Endorsed by Unknown Vermont Senator Bernie Something.
The Stranger really hurt its credibility this election season with the constant condescension, gloating, and disdain for people who wanted an honest, progressive candidate.

I'll vote for Hillary, despite the fact that she's a moderate conservative and demonstrated war hawk. But I'll care less about the Stranger's political views, and I'll be more skeptical of the Stranger's endorsements down ticket. How many other establishment candidates with track records of dishonesty and anti-progressive policies are Baume and company going to push with the dismissive "the grown-ups in the room know mediocrity is the best option" line?
Apr 7, 2016 also commented on FBI Surveillance Planes Flew Over Seattle and Microsoft's Redmond Campus.
If only there was some tool that journalists at places like The Stranger could use to see if something interesting was going in in that location on those days. Imagine if you could just type in something like "september 22 2015 seattle microsoft" and get a bunch of links talking about how the Chinese Premier visited that location on those days!

Mar 15, 2016 also commented on Vancouver, BC Provides Seattle With Yet Another Excellent Lesson About the Dangers of an Overvalued Housing Market.
"In physics, the effort to bring such extreme states or realities together causes nonsense to come out of the mathematics."

No, that's just what pretentious faux-intellectuals say when trying to ground their lazy bullshit in something more serious. Even if there were a grain of truth to it, anyone halfway serious would know that applying laws of physics to the housing market makes as much sense as talking about nuclear fission in terms of literary influences.
Mar 8, 2016 also commented on Maria Sharapova Failed Drug Test!.
Thanks, Charles, for reminding us that racism isn't the sole domain of white people.
Feb 22, 2016 also commented on Alright, Slog: Bernie or Hillary?.
From a policy perspective, it's a moderate who plays politics-as-usual versus a far-left idealist who hasn't shown he can drive consensus around his platform.

But pragmatically, I really don't like political dynasties and overt oligarchies. So I picked Sanders.
Jan 6, 2016 also commented on A Popular Seattle-Area Sex Worker Review Site Has Been Seized by Authorities.
I, for one, am glad that the authorities have shut down this tool that enabled people to mitigate risk. If the government would only eliminate sex ed, I am sure people would revert to their natural state of God-given chastity and purity. The scourge of sex would be eliminated forever.
Nov 24, 2015 also commented on I, Anonymous.
Bus butt is annoying, but minor compared to the way metro buses routinely run red lights and cruise through crosswalks without stopping before seeing if they can turn right on red.

At the left turn from 4th ave S towards the bus base, buses routinely caravan through their turn light after it turns red, each bus figuring if they stay close to the one in front of them it will keep traffic from entering the intersection. It's not unusual for three buses to enter the intersection after opposite traffic has a green light.

And I have seen so many pedestrians nearly hit by buses crossing Dearborn at 4th. Buses run the left turn red light, and it's such a large intersection that an inattentive pedestrian can be halfway across on a walk sign before the bus is on top of them.

I'm sure commenters here will find a way to blame pedestrians and drivers, but fact is, Seattle metro bus drivers are incredibly aggressive and dangerous. It's going to cost the city (meaning us) a lot of money in wrongful death suits if the police don't start paying attention to the problem.
Mar 9, 2015 also commented on Heavy Metal's Illegible Fonts.

The point of the font, much like the sound and the album cover, is inaccessible detail. It's not my cup of tea either, but you might as well complain that Nicleback albums have incredibly overt imagery and typesetting that leaves no mystery. That's kind of, you know, the point.

But thanks for sharing.
Feb 1, 2015 also commented on Is Anyone Else Excited NOT to Watch the Super Bowl Tomorrow?.
Wow! I am really impressed with the author's intellectual superiority. No sportsball! Reading! Reading Virginia Woolf! Truly a member of the gifted elite, well above barbaric plebeian pastimes. Well done, sir!