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May 12, 2014 pussnboots commented on The Suburbs of Seattle Appear to Like Light Rail but Not Buses. Why?.
The majority of suburban king county voters that showed for the election are retired well to do white people. They are the bread and butter of the no new taxes crowd.
$60 is a ridiculous tab charge. We have been paying the $20 CRC charge for the past several years to stave off these cuts. Now the charge is 3x as high with projected revenue increases already coming in?
It doesn't add up.
May 9, 2014 pussnboots commented on Cyclists Should Be Able to Roll Through Stop Signs.
Take your fucking turn. Go back to kindergarten if you can't. You aren't entitled because of your mode of transport. Oh, you walk and ride the bus to work? Might explain why I missed my bus transfer when the bus I was on sat through 2 light cycles to make a right. Constant jay walkers. One bitch actually looked up from her phone after others had honked, and continued waltzing through the crosswalk against a now green light driving her phone.
No one is there. Go. I get that. A free pass?
Do not compare Seattle to New York. You jaywalk without looking... your parents down play your suicide at the wake. You jay wall in without looking in Seattle... Pedestrians "have" the right of way.

Take your turn.
Feb 18, 2014 pussnboots commented on SL Letter of the Day: Mouthwash.
Shower. My bf loves to toss and be tossed. I hate it. Man pussy isn't too bad in the shower. We already both enjoy cleaning each other. You can make sure he is clean and so are you.Kissing after is much more pleasant as well. Being GGG isn't about signing up for everything. For example. My bf is a Dom and likes to choke. We compromised on one hand, not both for safety reasons and my comfort level. It goes both ways though. He does role play for me. He may enjoy the role play as much as I do, but he still is indulging me.
Jan 23, 2014 pussnboots commented on New Yorkers Fight Over Who Gets the Privilege of Paying for Universal Preschool.
Um, for someone pointing out how much blue counties pay for the red counties in our state hands down... This isn't about whether or not first start is a benefit. It is an issue of how to pay for it. Tagging the wealthy helps in a small jurisdiction. It doesn't help to address where first start was originally funded from. It was a nationally funded reform. Now that has been drastically cut, jurisdictions are trying to compensate. Should the state compensate. Or should smaller jurisdictions only cover themselves. New York is a very expensive place to live.On average, the wealthy can afford to pay for the impoverished in the rest of New York. The rest of the state is not the same.
Are nation stands in the same crisis. There are states that can afford to subsidize the cost of the federally cut early start programs. There are states then cannot. The states that cannot are often the neediest of these funds.
With the polarization and ineffectiveness of congress, jurisdictions are looking more introspectively how to take care of there own. Jurisdictions with the highest income inequalities are focusing on how to keep the rich richer. The rich are in power. In more moderate, and higher middle class populated jurisdictions, they are looking to keep their money where it came from.
As a result, the Tea party has gain strongholds on both middle class America and the powerful rich. We only want to pay for what immediately benefits us. This consensus only exasperates the disparity.
The New York state vs city is a jurisdictional issue. It is also a political one.
Jan 23, 2014 pussnboots commented on Panel Determines That the Best Way to Get Americans to Vote Is to Make It Easy for Americans to Vote.
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Voting drives are awesome. Many have been discouraged.
If you live in Seattle, your mail in vote requires an almost 50¢ stamp. You have to make it to the post office to buy a single stamp. A bus ride to get to the post office costs a senior 75¢ to ride. The in person vote isn't just a transportation issue in King county, but also a time consuming one.
It isn't just the mean nasty Republicans that are making it increasingly harder for seniors to vote.
Jan 23, 2014 pussnboots commented on Meet the New U.S. Olympic Uniform.
Grandma's 4th of July cardigan with grandpa's "They are pants if they are khakis, even if they are assembled like my comfy jogging trousers. They are respectable damn it!"? Top it off with the 'Murica version of the in fashion teen head gear? Fucking really?
Jan 23, 2014 pussnboots commented on Meet the New U.S. Olympic Uniform.
Um, is there a separate female outfit? Or if we are all unsexualized, sexuality doesn't matter? This is what people are supposed to wear as representatives, right? There is no way in hell these are competitive uniforms.
Jan 23, 2014 pussnboots commented on Meet the New U.S. Olympic Uniform.
Is it just me? I seem to see 'Murica with khakis.
Jan 23, 2014 pussnboots commented on Panel Determines That the Best Way to Get Americans to Vote Is to Make It Easy for Americans to Vote.
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Oh so right.. I get to submit a dmv record, then I get to vote by mail. Wait, those that have DMV records already have ID's. Most ineligible voters are seniors. Chances are if you are 80, you don't have a valid drivers license. Their insurance is higher then a 16 year old. This doesn't even account for testing once again.
Mail works great for those already registered. It is a bit of a bitch for those whom haven't been registered.
A huge populace has never voted, nor seemed to think it has mattered. Many republicans are now targeting these groups for spending cuts. Groups that have never been targeted before.
Jan 23, 2014 pussnboots commented on What's "harder to come off than alcohol and opiates"?.
So if an epileptic keeps taking lamotragine forever....Some things are imbalanced. Medications can help.
Nonetheless, opiates nor alcohol are antidepressants. Alcohol is a depressant and opiates are uppers (heroin is an opiate).
Are many people over mediated, yes. Is this sexist, possibly. Recalculate your figures to account that women are much more likely to seek any medical aid that is preemptive. Also consider that this much more true for mental stability then general maladies.
A pocket full of zanax isn't too hard to come by these days. Most antibiotics aren't even useful. Over medication is a huge issue. But it isn't just about class. It is about miseducation and money. The medical industry has more lobbyists then the oil industry. Think next time.