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in the past hour this guy I know in Spokane commented on Sometimes I Think Donald Trump Is In a FemDom Relationship.
Agree with @5 and @10 (and @12 obvs). It looks to me like the classic "leave me the fuck alone" swipe your cat does when she's trying to sleep and the other cat wants to sniff her ear.
9:41 AM this guy I know in Spokane commented on The Morning News: Faster (But Not Fast Enough) Trains For Amtrak Cascades, Owning an Air Conditioner Is UnSeattle.
Grew up in Seattle and nobody in our family ever owned an umbrella. Thought I'd try one after moving to Spokane, but I left it somewhere the first time I took it out of the house, and that was the end of that.
May 17 this guy I know in Spokane commented on Savage Love Letter of the Day: Getting Off with a Selfish Top.
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May 17 this guy I know in Spokane commented on Savage Love Letter of the Day: Getting Off with a Selfish Top.
@11 - it may be a tendency, but in my experience it's not (quite) common enough to be "the rule." IMHO @5 has it about right.
May 15 this guy I know in Spokane commented on I, Anonymous: It's Seattle. It Rains Here. Get Over It..
Seattle-born and raised. I love the rain & always have. One important difference I have noticed with Seattle rain (probably western Washington rain) is that when it rains there, the color doesn't go out of everything. Here in Spokanistan, we have cloudy days that are so overcast that my front porch light, which is on a sensor, stays on all day. Spokane is beautiful on sunny days, but when it rains, everything is one of three colors: black, gray, or brown. When it rains in Seattle, Seattle is still a vibrantly green city.

Oh, and you are a fucking asshole for stiffing that waiter. I was about to write "Jesus --- who does that?" but then realized I had just answered my own question: fucking assholes, that's who.
May 5 this guy I know in Spokane commented on Police Reports Illustrated: Bike (Frame) Assault with a Soda Motive.
@3 - every job has reasons why it sucks and reasons why it doesn't. This would be one of the reasons being a cop does suck.
May 4 this guy I know in Spokane commented on Trump's Healthcare Bill Will Force Me to Get Gay Married.
In my relatively small circle of friends, I know 3 straight couples who got married back in the 1990's/2000's for health insurance reasons. It's not a new thing.
May 2 this guy I know in Spokane commented on Savage Love Letter of the Day: What's Wrong with Wanting Bigger Boobs?.
There was an article in the NY Times not long ago about women getting reconstructive surgery after having mastectomies: one of the things they were not always warned about was the fact that the claim "they will feel just like the real thing" meant they will feel like the real thing to other people. Often the women had no sensation in their new boobs, which occasionally led to things like burns and getting slammed in car doors (I hope I'm exaggerating). I know implants are not the same as reconstruction, but maybe LW should find out what the risk is and factor it into her decision.
Apr 19 this guy I know in Spokane commented on Letter to the Editor: Please Don't Come to Spokane.
@25 - it is, in fact, Spokompton. Or Spotucky. Or Spokanistan. Or Spoklahoma. Or Spokan't. Or sometimes Spokatropolis.