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Jun 30 dean.fuller commented on BMW's Car Sharing Service Expands to South Seattle After Council Member Complains About "Redlining".
You think the Germans care about a "sharply worded letter"? Bitch please . . . . they are the masters of "sharply worded letters". How about this? How about we let a private business operate as they see fit, as long as they are not directly physically harming anyone, or committing fraud? Other than that, no rules? How about that?
Jun 4 dean.fuller commented on A Train of Crude Oil Has Derailed in the Columbia River Gorge.
So how then are we to transport the oil that we use? Hmmm? Pipelines? Tankers? Which one?
Apr 25 dean.fuller commented on You Gotta Read These Comments About Integrated Busing and What It Meant to Seattle's Public School Students.
"You Gotta"? Don't you mean: "You've got to"? Any credibility the author might have had went out the window with that lazy error.
Apr 22 dean.fuller commented on Report: Tar Sands Shipping in the Salish Sea is a "Recipe for Disaster".
How else are we to move the blood of our economy? The material that your (yes YOU!) plastic lifestyle is based on?
Apr 22 dean.fuller commented on The Morning News: Concerns About Lead in Seattle Water Pipes, Shop Owners Worry Viaduct Will Collapse on Them.
"I think its a bit more like "they wouldn't have 2.6 billion bucks sitting around with which to buy out other airlines if they were paying their employees more"."

Exactly. Money with which to grow their local business and employ even more people. And again, I must defend freedom. Freedom to run your business as you see fit. Freedom to sell your labor to an employer at market prices. You statist-progressives wouldn't know anything about it . . . .
Apr 22 dean.fuller commented on The Morning News: Concerns About Lead in Seattle Water Pipes, Shop Owners Worry Viaduct Will Collapse on Them.
"which raises the question of why it has fought so hard against efforts to raise the minimum wage for its employees."

Maybe because they believe as a private employer, they set the terms of employment - not the government.
Mar 16 dean.fuller commented on Do Our Light Rail Fare Enforcers Look Like the Communities They Serve?.
You liberal-progressive-statists always have to bitch about something, don't you? How about just saying thank you? How about showing a little gratitude to the bent-over-the-table tax payers who built this for you? Hmmm?