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I ride the bus.

Oct 15 livebio commented on Seattle Storm Prep: Shelter Options For People Who Are Homeless.
Song for today: "Try imaging a place where it's always safe and warm"
https://vimeo.com/149992621
Oct 15 livebio commented on Seattle Storm Prep: Shelter Options For People Who Are Homeless.
Thanks for this. I was walking around SoDo yesterday and saw a lot of people camping in the rain. I wondered where they were going to be tonight. There are a lot of large empty buildings in Seattle --warehouses for example--that would be preferable for temporary shelter to people being outside in a hurricane. Is there outreach going on, offering them a ride with their gear to a place indoors? There should be!
Oct 12 livebio commented on Birth of a Nation or the Birth of the Universe?.
I liked this.
Jul 11 livebio commented on Civilian Watchdog Investigating Complaints About Police Union's Facebook Post.
14 complaints filed! Good work.
Jul 7 livebio commented on House Dems Boo Sanders.
Boo! to you, Dan. Comparing Sanders to gun nuts is simplistic and unfair. Hillary is likely to be elected. And so we'll still have a huge heap of unsolved and unaddressed inequities on the table that Sanders wants to address. Let's not stop thinking because we're all scared to death of Trump. Plenty of us can vote for the lesser of two evils without a Sanders endorsement.
Jun 21 livebio commented on Brexit, Racism, and the Limits of Social Demoracy.
What's your point re: Socialism and The murder of Jo Cox? This article and its claims seem half-baked. Also, "Social Demoracy" in the headline? You guys have spellcheck, right?
May 3 livebio commented on Fuck Everything About May Day in Seattle.
Ansel, WTF. There were many brave people on that march who were publicly identifying themselves as undocumented. That is courage. How dare YOU, secure in your citizenship, denigrate their bravery? Talk about white privilege. What the hell is going on with you?
Apr 13 livebio commented on How Seattle Gave Up on Busing and Allowed Its Public Schools to Become Alarmingly Resegregated.
Thank you. And of course, we should have-- and still could-- make neighborhoods and neighborhood schools more economically and ethnically diverse by controlling rents and establishing affordable housing. It would mean standing up to some big money interests. But that would be real integration.
Apr 9 livebio commented on I Missed the Irony in Calvin Trillin's Poem in the New Yorker but, Ironically, It's Still a Bad Poem.
Really funny comments.
Is The Stranger publishing awful articles like this to goad Seattle's true satirists into providing free content?