commented on Lady Gaming News Round-Up
I went to the Aisha Tyler G4 link because she's one of my favorite comediennes, and I don't know if this is a coincident, but the links of videos on the right side kinda dilutes the message for me. Kinda hard to read a post about female empowerment in gaming when there are links to videos with the titles of "International Sexy Ladies Show : Messy Cat Fight" and "Sara Underwood's Naked bike ride". I blame G4.com
completely for that.
commented on The Most Beautiful Street in the World?
I remember seeing a piece on that city on Aljazeera, they also have a pretty innovative "recyclables for produce" program and 90 sec wait rapid bus system. Very impressive.
commented on Scientology Exposed
I got the audiobook verson from audible.com
so I can listen to it while I'm working. It turned into the most fascinating audio documentary I've heard.
commented on Bloomberg/Businessweek Rates Seattle the Second-Best City in the States
I would be more comfortable in saying Manhattan is the most important city than the best. I have friends living in Manhattan and it doesn't seem to me that they enjoy it. They all are professionals but they barely make enough to enjoy the city they live in. I visit for a holiday flushed with Seattle disposable income and they always groan when I want to go hit the city.
Feb 9, 2012
commented on Required Listening: Howard Stern on Ellen, JC Penney, Bullied Gay Kids, Rosie, Santorum, Bachmann, et al
One of the frustrating things about being a Howard Stern fan in this town is trying to convince people how intelligent and progressive the bulk of the subject matter is. Between the sybian rides and toilet humor you have three bright people (namely Howard, Robin, and Fred) plainly and nonsensically speak of human rights, gay rights, the folly of the right, to an audience that needs to hear it the most, mainly white straight males.
Oct 18, 2011
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