Apr 19 Yo. commented on The City Has Finally Decided What to Do About Those Special Move-In Deals for Tech Workers.
Sniff test or no, if all the city is doing is looking at whether they can prove disparate impact in court, this is going nowhere. And making place of employment an illegal preference would piss off our overlords. So look forward to more of the status quo.
Mar 25 Yo. commented on I, Anonymous.
If you're 17-30, I Anonymous shows up with a shaming of those who pronounce a "K" at the beginning, and if you're 31 and older, it's a rant on predatory-listening, misinformed millennials with guilt complexes about their privilege.
Feb 11 Yo. commented on Liveslogging Bernie and Hillary's Thoroughly Polite PBS Dust-Up.
@17: World-weary millennials deserve to be processed and spoon-fed to Donald Trump as a twee and precious amuse-bouche.
Dec 30, 2015 Yo. commented on Person Of Interest.
Thanks for highlighting them - Bob's is the best.
Nov 27, 2015 Yo. commented on Live Coverage: Two Arrests Reported as Black Lives Matter Protests Move Through Downtown Seattle.
Nice job disrupting/interrupting an event that benefits foster kids. And who is over-represented in the foster care system? Black lives. Why not Snowflake Lane next year, if they really want to make a point?
Nov 25, 2015 Yo. commented on KPLU's Advisory Board Will Ask Pacific Lutheran University Not to Sell the Station.
@3:

You have absolutely no idea what you are talking about.
Nov 20, 2015 Yo. commented on We Actually Kinda Need a Youth Detention Center and We Will For a Long While.
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What are you saying is unattributed? If you follow the Stranger's click-hole to its bitter end, you do get to https://seattle.legistar.com/Legislation…
Nov 13, 2015 Yo. commented on Lisa Herbold Takes the Lead Over Shannon Braddock in West Seattle City Council Race.
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Our new districts are not that far off LD size, although slightly smaller, so that history shows that this margin is very much in play.
Nov 10, 2015 Yo. commented on Jon Grant Concedes City Council Race to Tim Burgess, Claims Credit for Pushing Burgess Left.
Dear God. Jon Grant, Tim Burgess is a progressive. You succeeded in participating in a campaign as a candidate. Yay for you. However, there are no participation trophies in politics. Maybe ask your parents for one, the same way they made you a homeowner.
Nov 6, 2015 Yo. commented on Latest Election Results Show Two City Council Races Separated by Fewer Than 1,000 Votes.
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I would get a bit more granular. There is urbanist Progressive, NIMBY progressive, and populist progressive. And probably more. These are not on a spectrum of progressivism; they're different branches. IEs will throw their money behind each as they will. Further, those "big developers" are making it so that we have thousands of additional units near Amazon, mitigating (but obviously not eliminating) the impact on other neighborhoods of our influx of cash. Slowing development pushes people out of Seattle faster, not slower.