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Feb 16 ilikefood commented on Washington State Fines Two Marijuana Growers For Using Prohibited Pesticides.
If they're so worried about pesticides, why don't med smokers just go buy recreational herb? That stuff is tested to the moon.

Aug 11, 2015 ilikefood commented on In Her Own Words: The Political Beliefs of the Protester Who Interrupted Bernie Sanders.
And @7 restated a point I've been making all weekend- these two managed to hijack a speech by the only candidate that they could ever dream, in a million fucking years, of even getting within spitting distance of. Do you seriously think these "activists" could have pulled this off with a speech by Hillary or Jeb? Fuck no, they would've been shot on site.
And, yes, I'm curious how that evangelical christianity is working out in regards to her acceptance of others who make lifestyle choices her lord might not agree with.
Aug 11, 2015 ilikefood commented on In Her Own Words: The Political Beliefs of the Protester Who Interrupted Bernie Sanders.
Wow, this girl is all over the fucking place.
Jul 30, 2015 ilikefood commented on Mayor Murray Loses Spine, Comes Out Against His Own Committee's Recommendation for Increased Density.
@34-
I work hard, and save as much as I can. I don't want ANYTHING handed to me. But the truth of the matter is that housing in Seattle is the most blatant form of class warfare we have going on right now. Unless you are blind as a fucking bat, you can look around town and see all of those cranes protruding into the air, with shiny $$$ signs swirling around them, as every developer with any sort of financial backing has plans on turning the next 1/4 acre plot of land into a low-rise, cookie-cutter, over-priced condo.
Seattle is projected to grow by how many residents over the next 10 years? 100,000? THAT'S AN ENTIRE CITY'S WORTH OF PEOPLE!!!! Where exactly do you propose they go? You have to build UP, plain and simple.
And as to your reference about Seward Park being "poor": Seward Park, Seattle, WA. The current population of Seward Park is 3,545 with the median age of 46. Seward Park's median household income is $101,646, and the average household net worth is $1,027,278. (realtor.com)
"Poor"? What fucking fantasy world do you live in???????? People like you are one of the reasons I moved to Olympia.
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Jul 23, 2015 ilikefood commented on Finally, Momentum for Greater Density and More Affordable Housing in Seattle.
@SuperSteve- owning a car does NOT guarantee you the right to have a place to park it. Sorry, bud, but If you choose to live in a high-density urban environment and rely on an automobile as your sole source of transportation, then you better have the foresight to make arrangements to have a place for it to sit when you're not driving it. The fact that we now have over 10,000 homeless people in King County, but are willing to FIGHT AGAINST DENSER, MORE AFFORDABLE HOUSING because some crying fucktards don't have a place to park their precious little car for FREE, goes against any rational thought. If you want free parking, move to Shoreline.
Jul 22, 2015 ilikefood commented on Finally, Momentum for Greater Density and More Affordable Housing in Seattle.
@8- I completely understand the idea of compensation for production and demand. However, not every job has a paying consumer behind it (i.e., the social services field). Also, the idea that it's o.k. for rental rates to climb 200 and 300% over the span of a year or two, while the federal minimum wage has climbed all of $2.10 over the span of almost TWENTY YEARS, is completely insane. This "grand bargain" is a fucking joke. Welcome (not really "welcome", we've been in this stage for a few years now) to Soulless Silicon Valley North Hell. I hope those few remaining residents who don't know how to write code are kind enough to not go away kicking and screaming.
Jul 22, 2015 ilikefood commented on Finally, Momentum for Greater Density and More Affordable Housing in Seattle.
"6,000 'low-income units' over the next 10 years"...

Meanwhile, here in reality land, we have OVER TEN THOUSAND HOMELESS PEOPLE IN OUR COUNTY right now http://www.homelessinfo.org/what_we_do/o…
Oh, and @socialistseattle- something tells me you wouldn't be able to hang in any production kitchen in the city, so you can go "sit the hell back" at whatever cushy ass job you have right now and enjoy making fun of people who perform grueling, manual labor for a living. I guess it's ok for McDonald's CEO and CFO to make $8,000 an HOUR, but $15 and hour for the person behind the counter is too much.
Jul 14, 2015 ilikefood commented on How Council Member Mike O'Brien Forced the "Grand Bargain" on Housing Affordability That Mayor Murray Just Announced.
This is a fucking joke. The One Night Count found 10,047 homeless people in Seattle last winter. At this rate, 5 or 6000 "affordable" houses over TEN YEARS will do absolutely nothing to alleviate this crisis. The Mayor, the City Council, and the State Legislature are living in a fucking fantasy world.
May 23, 2015 ilikefood commented on Last Days: The Week in Review.
#7. Agree. If ever there was a "drops the mic" moment on SLOG, this was it.
May 15, 2015 ilikefood commented on Last Days: The Week in Review.
Corin Tucker...... :) (But Janet rocked it, too)