this guy I know in Spokane
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Where are we going? And why are we in this handbasket?

Sep 23 this guy I know in Spokane commented on Is Someone Sabotaging Seattle Cyclists With Upholstery Tacks?.
@10 - "This is malicious and potentially dangerous."

You say that almost like there's some kind of problem with it.
Sep 23 this guy I know in Spokane commented on Police Reports Illustrated: Sleep/Theft in Seattle.
I knew someone who took off his wedding ring to go out with his wife, because they'd been warned that in the city they were visiting, they could get mugged and their rings stolen. When they got back to their hotel, their room had been broken into and his wedding ring (not hers) was gone. They are divorced now. So there you go.
Sep 21 this guy I know in Spokane commented on View-Obsessed West Seattle Homeowners Who Illegally Cut Trees Sued for $1.6M.
Trees ARE a view. Looking out your window and seeing trees is a beautiful thing. What the fuck is wrong with people.
Sep 21 this guy I know in Spokane commented on Savage Love Letter of the Day: Another Jealous Boyfriend.
I like everything but the penultimate paragraph.* Dump him and tell him why, but don't start giving him second chances.

*(redeemed, however, by the final paragraph)
Sep 19 this guy I know in Spokane commented on Hate Read This Seattle Times Story About the Struggle of Two Upper Middle Class People in the Suburbs.
@1 - from the article: "Combined, they earn between $192,000 and $197,000 a year before taxes."

The SLOG article was very confusing on that point. Made it look like one of them makes $192k and the other makes $197k --- which made it seem like their combined income was $389k per year. At least that was what I got from trying to make sense of the sloppy writing.

(I seldom check the Times, so I can usually look at an article with only that passive-agressive "we hope you're enjoying your limited access" banner.)
Sep 6 this guy I know in Spokane commented on Savage Love Letter of the Day: Give a Dog a Chance.
Not only did I think the letter was about a dog, I thought the LW was male. (For a couple of paragraphs, anyway.)

So disappointed.
Aug 18 this guy I know in Spokane commented on Overturned Truck Shuts Down I-5 Near Tacoma.
@10 - people who actually grew up in Seattle say "I-5." Apparently calling a highway "the" something is a southern California thing (maybe elsewhere too?). In any case, calling I-5 "the I-5" immediately marks a person as being NFH (Not From Here).

I did grow up in Seattle (wasn't born there, but we moved when I was 2), so I don't get the "eye-five" comment either. Never heard it pronounced any other way.
Aug 18 this guy I know in Spokane commented on Trump Statue Update: He Now Has a Hat.
Hilarious and gross, just like the guy himself.