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Sep 25, 2015 lawdawg47 commented on The Last Days Crisis Is Over (for Me).
This was my favorite column in any publication (I sent in more than my share of Hot Tips over the years) and I'm sad to see you go, but good luck in all your future endeavors.
May 8, 2014 lawdawg47 commented on Last Days.
The story also doesn't mention that fact that Lockett and his accomplices made the victim dig her own grave before Lockett shot her and the accomplices buried her alive.
Feb 20, 2014 lawdawg47 commented on I, Anonymous.
@9 -- Actually, people are not allowed to play music on public transportation (i.e., buses) without headphones. How is this different? And why does everyone else have to move just because this person is a d-bag?
Jul 18, 2013 lawdawg47 commented on I, Anonymous.
It's the little moments like this that help me to believe that maybe the world isn't completely doomed. Absolutely wonderful.
Jan 17, 2013 lawdawg47 commented on The Church of AIDS?.
I know this is kinda juvenile, but did anyone else giggle when they read that the pastor's name is "Tim Gaydos"?
Nov 16, 2012 lawdawg47 commented on Legalized Gay Marriage Is Complicated.
sweet g: Domestic partnerships for people over 62 (including those of the opposite sex) were created for people who don't want to get married because of the property and estate planning implications (Washington is a community property state) but still want their relationship recognized by the State and still want to enjoy some legal protections for that relationship. Converting those domestic partnerships to marriages automatically would defeat the purpose for which they were created. But if an older same-sex couple WANTS to get married, there is nothing stopping them now.
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Nov 15, 2012 lawdawg47 commented on Legalized Gay Marriage Is Complicated.
SteSeattle: Judge William Downing of the King County Superior Court wrote the opinion striking down Washington's DOMA as unconstitutional. Unfortunately, the state supreme court disagreed with him and upheld DOMA, but give Judge Downing some props for reaching the right decision in the first place.