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Mar 5 Yo. commented on Kshama Sawant Doesn't Support Phasing-In $15 an Hour Minimum Wage.
I have no problem with Sawant refusing to negotiate with herself (or her selves, given how she likes to use the royal we). Let's see any sort of actual counterproposal, then it will be appropriate to discuss options.
Feb 2 Yo. commented on Ignore the Fearmongering.
@48

Dave Meinert is a generic, entitled, exploitative douche who has somehow managed to build an internal narrative that makes him out to be a person. Stay away. Stay very far away.

If things were so bad for him, he would be building a safe, Bellevue empire. But he's doing just fine here in Seattle, and will continue to do so.
Dec 6, 2012 Yo. commented on Washington Is the First State to Legalize Marijuana.
I'm going to get some sleep, but before I do - I need to thank the crack reporting team of the Stranger News Department for their in-depth coverage embedded here on SLOG. You're the best!
Dec 6, 2012 Yo. commented on Opening the Doors for Marriage Licenses.
Don't get me wrong, marriage equality was only the law of the land for an hour or so before you got around to it. But the toking advocacy was an hour or so ahead. Nice priorities!
Dec 6, 2012 Yo. commented on Opening the Doors for Marriage Licenses.
But what does this mean for our state's marijuana laws? Are you taking a half hour off or something?
Dec 6, 2012 Yo. commented on Washington Is the First State to Legalize Marijuana.
@7,

That just isn't enough. Dominic Holden is counting on YOU, America's soldiers, to solve this most important crisis of our times. Just how will he get high tomorrow? Will it be legal? Will he remember if it is, either way?

We need to answer these questions, or he may not remember to do so. The burden is on you and me!
Dec 6, 2012 Yo. commented on Washington Is the First State to Legalize Marijuana.
@5

Thanks, that was my point. Yay Dom!
Dec 6, 2012 Yo. commented on Washington Is the First State to Legalize Marijuana.
This could only possibly matter if people at the federal level decide they no longer care about drug enforcement. Unlike other state conflicts with federal law - i.e., marriage - there's no easy path until the federal government moves marijuana out of Schedule I. Otherwise, this is at best a pipe dream and at worst a pitfall where well-meaning citizens get busted for federal crimes. The status quo relies on non-binding federal commitments to not prosecute medical marijuana; there aren't even any "commitments" regarding enforcement of fully legalized marijuana. No thanks - I demand that our state representation engage in further talks with federal representatives to work this out. What are their plans?
Dec 6, 2012 Yo. commented on Washington Is the First State to Legalize Marijuana.
For sure, nothing more important happened today. Great work, Dom!
Sep 10, 2012 Yo. commented on Ballard Boys and Girls Director Fired for Insubordination.
@15,

Oops, that should say @13.
 

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