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Oct 24, 2012 presently out commented on I, Anonymous.
Don't you have to put down your card when you order drinks? If the person doesn't pay, they'll eventually have to go back for their credit card, then pay the tab.
Sep 11, 2012 presently out commented on A Jew D. H. Lawrence Loved and Ridiculed.
It seems like the intricacies of friendship in the early part of the last century were less defined by heritage than intellectual or social parity.
Jun 13, 2012 presently out commented on I, Anonymous.
Yeah, but Costco has some pretty good top-shelf stuff.
May 9, 2012 presently out commented on Seattle Next Gay Ghetto.
LOL - On reflection, it looks like West Seattle won this bout!
May 2, 2012 presently out commented on Text From South Lake Union.
I can't claim with absolute certainty that most "seriously privileged fuckers" in Seattle live in predominately white neighborhoods, but I can almost guarantee that residents of Rainier Beach and White Center do not fit this category. People in these neighborhoods would most likely welcome the money that corporations such as Amazon bring. I guess all I'm trying to point out here is that it seems like more privilege and more leisure leads to more complaining. It seems weird, but it's kind of like obesity being the scourge of the under classes. Everything is messed up and backward.
Feb 16, 2012 presently out commented on You May Be Infected Already.
I'll hold off on my criticisms of the man until I go to the show. One Anthony Bourdain episode just isn't enough information to make an informed decision.
Jan 10, 2012 presently out commented on Savage Love.
Is this Santorum lawsuit thing a hoax? Dan, will you please address this in your next column?
Jan 5, 2012 presently out commented on Necropolis Now.
Yeah, Mitt Romney's daddy had a serious role in the shellacking of Barry Goldwater in the 1960s. So, is Santorum the new Goldwater? No, he is something far worse.
Nov 30, 2011 presently out commented on I, Anonymous.
As someone recently said: the movement is called Occupy Wall Street, not Sleep on Wall Street. It seems that absent leadership has caused this movement to go awry somewhere. I honestly think that a dedicated few need to step up and whip this sleepover into a grown-up protest. Who, though?
Nov 22, 2011 presently out commented on I, Anonymous.
People who drive Lexus's (Lexi?) aren't the one's you should be complaining about. These people typically pay taxes.

Chances are, you'll never meet or have a conversation with the 1%. They live lives incomparable to what we know - and apparently they're doing a good job of driving the wedge between middle and lower class.

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