Richard Wells
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Nov 23 Richard Wells commented on Guest Editorial: Sawant’s Response to Mudede’s “Brazenly Dishonest” Argument About Anti-Trump Protests.
How about taking a survey of broken sidewalks in the Central District?
Jul 9 Richard Wells commented on Mayor on Police Union and Reform: "It's a Struggle.".
As far as I know, SPOG is not a union. As far as I can tell, Officers Guilds are notoriously reactionary. They seem to exist in order to keep the rotten apples in the barrel.
Dec 16, 2015 Richard Wells commented on The Highs and Lows of Being Stevie Wonder’s Personal Touring Chef.
About that "credit" thing. When I was offered my first sous-chef position the chef informed me that I would have many opportunities to run the kitchen, but it should never appear that he hadn't prepped, prepared, plated, and possibly served everything that went out. It was particularly humorous when he'd spend the entire night in front of the house schmoozing away and collecting the "compliments to the chef," with a delighted "Merci bien, merci." In the meantime I was learning and practicing an art/craft, collecting a paycheck, eating well, drinking good wine, and enjoying other percs. I figured it was just the nature of the biz. (And, anyone who knew anything about restaurants knew what the story was.)
Jan 29, 2015 Richard Wells commented on Watch Seattle Police Pepper Spray Teacher Jesse Hagopian on MLK Day.
People are posting that the other cops seem "chill," or "fine." If none of the other cops intervened, then they're as screwed up as the one with the spray.
Dec 13, 2014 Richard Wells commented on Third Place Books to Open Third Location in Seward Park.
Best news I've heard in all 2014!!!
Feb 27, 2014 Richard Wells commented on Mayor's Office Mourns the Death of Someone Who, It Turns Out, Is "Alive and Well".
Jim and Ed, close, man - like brothers. They will be missed.
Feb 16, 2012 Richard Wells commented on Oregon Republican Wants to Outlaw Online Organizing.
PS: As I recall, in a Though the Looking Glass sort of twist, conspirators could be guilty even if they didn't know who their fellows were.
Feb 16, 2012 Richard Wells commented on Oregon Republican Wants to Outlaw Online Organizing.
Remember the conspiracy laws of the 60's and 70's? Two or more people agree to commit a crime in the future. As far as I know they're still on the books. This seems to extend it into the info-age.