Sep 23 Dougsf commented on The Debates Look Like a Contest Between the Student Council President and the School Bully.
Presidential debates should open with a disclaimer listing all relevant terms and conditions the network had to agree to in order for their guests to appear.
Sep 21 Dougsf commented on View-Obsessed West Seattle Homeowners Who Illegally Cut Trees Sued for $1.6M.
These assholes might have also destabilised the hill their homes sit on. Smart.
Also, I couldn't help but look up the offending couple's house (it's not hard to find). This information won't solve anything, but it's one of the ugliest houses I've ever seen.
Sep 20 Dougsf commented on I Have Nothing to Add to This Skittles Nonsense, Except That Nazis Would Have Been So Good at Twitter.
I also find it troubling that the poster's creator thinks "skittles" is a common noun.
Sep 20 Dougsf commented on I'm a Millennial Who Plans to Vote for Clinton, But Her Appeal to Millennials Is Hard to Watch.
@29
The fact that so many of my fellow young people can't see this is frustrating to me, and I can't help but think it's because they don't really understand how American government works or what the role of the president is.


For what it's worth, that's in no way unique to young people.
Sep 20 Dougsf commented on Watch Senator Elizabeth Warren's Splendid Takedown of "Gutless" Wells Fargo Executive.
Good stuff—can't help but think she's channeling John McLaughlin just a little here.
Sep 19 Dougsf commented on In Seattle Visit, Libertarian Gary Johnson Outlines His Vision: "It's Gonna be Uber Everything".
I thought "You in?" was Trump's campaign slogan #smallhands #yucks
Sep 16 Dougsf commented on Police Reports Illustrated: Man With Knife Wants To Buy Cigarettes.
The stabbing animation. Amazing.
Sep 16 Dougsf commented on If You Live in Seattle and Your Household Makes Less than $80,000 a Year, You're Now in the Minority.
I regret mentioning the headline. That got pretty nasty.
Sep 15 Dougsf commented on If You Live in Seattle and Your Household Makes Less than $80,000 a Year, You're Now in the Minority.
And @6, agree that I've witnessed a very similar effect. The argument for the creation of "affordable" housing is not one to be made for the free market as those units will require subsidies.