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M. Wells
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Jul 3 M. Wells commented on Union Activists Call Bullshit On Forward Seattle's Anti-$15 Minimum Wage Signatures.
Seems that the issue is really with the signature gathering process not 15 minimum wage opposition
Jul 3 M. Wells commented on "A Burger Has Never Made Me Cry Before".
Oh, come on. It's great.

And @16 yes, they do, apparently.
Jun 24 M. Wells commented on How Do You Like Your Metro-Saving Taxes: Progressive or Regressive?.
It's pretty important to have commenter's calling the Stranger's bluff when their writers regurgitate Sawant's talking points, as well.
Jun 3 M. Wells commented on Stop Demonizing "Burger-Flippers" and Start Thinking About Solutions.
"Stop pretending that business is a magnanimous God."

This is frivolous and insulting. And dehumanizing. It's amazing how a post claiming to humanize the conversation devolves quickly into dehumanizing small business owners. It makes no acknowledgement of the small business community that have been supportive of this action. It's lazy.

Jerks on the internet are nothing new. They are especially familiar to Stranger readers. Hopes diminish daily for the writers at this paper to rise above.
May 22 M. Wells commented on Anti-Cycletrack NIMBYs Flood Public Meeting in Matching Shirts.
I'm guessing that the Stranger prefers their t-shirts in red.
May 5 M. Wells commented on Why Were Seattle Police Far More Restrained During This Year's May Day?.
We cannot agree on this, Phil.
May 5 M. Wells commented on Why Were Seattle Police Far More Restrained During This Year's May Day?.
Numerous reports claim that protestors smashed windows on May Day, 2013, from the Huffington Post to the Seattle Times and everyone in between. Now, whether those demonstrators/protestors defined themselves as "members" of a march or protest or as outside of those efforts is a straw man argument. Windows were smashed by people involved in marching on Pine Street on that day. That is not up for debate.
May 4 M. Wells commented on Why Were Seattle Police Far More Restrained During This Year's May Day?.
The smashing of windows by protestors on May 1, 2013 is actual reportable, recorded fact, Phil, not some subjective fiction. Ansel's phrasing indicates bias that is not accurate or acceptable.
May 3 M. Wells commented on Why Were Seattle Police Far More Restrained During This Year's May Day?.
"...reportedly broke windows"? C'mon, Ansel.
 
 

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