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Feb 24, 2016 BearNecessity commented on Savage Love Letter of the Day: A Dog's Life.
#6. Now.
Nov 12, 2013 BearNecessity commented on "Your Dick Looks Great In Those Heels".

Those heels don't go with those pubes, chartreuse pumps dude.
May 3, 2013 BearNecessity commented on Two Things to Do on Free Comic Book Day.
That comic shop finder sucks ass. It does not list two well-established comic shops in the city, even when I plug in their own zip codes:

The Dreaming Comics & Games…
5226 University Way NE Seattle, WA 98105
(206) 525-9394

Zanadu Comics
1923 3rd Ave Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 443-1316
Feb 22, 2013 BearNecessity commented on Should Washington State Legalize Prostitution?.
Legalize it. Unionize it. Regulate it. Tax it.
Dec 23, 2012 BearNecessity commented on Slog Bible Study: Deuteronomy 28:22.
This sounds like the flu combined with the clap. Not pleasant, but I'm unimpressed. God can do better.
Nov 23, 2012 BearNecessity commented on Boeing Said It Will Deny Equal Pension Benefits to Married Gay Couples. of their EVPs & General Counsel is a former Scalia clerk. (J. Michael Luttig)
Nov 7, 2012 BearNecessity commented on We Couldn't Have Done It Without Them.
"Thank you."
Nov 5, 2012 BearNecessity commented on Christie Denies Romney Again.
I think that Christie has his sights on more than another gubernatorial term. I think he's considering a presidential run for 2016. Look! He's tough! Look! He stands by his peeps! Look! He got along with Barack!
Oct 9, 2012 BearNecessity commented on America's Closeted Atheists.
I've always been an out-of-the-closet atheist, too, although to clarify I usually mention secular Humanism.
Oct 8, 2012 BearNecessity commented on Hello, I'm Calling to Argue for My Rights.
Eli, thanks for doing this. I've been phone banking and canvassing, too. I canvassed Issaquah Salmon Days yesterday, where 99% of the people were at the very least civil. There's always one a$$hole though, and this one told me that I was "a faggot going to hell." I told him, "Y'know, if Jesus were here, he'd probably think you were a dick."

One of the methods we used if we engaged a reject-74 person in conversation was to try and get them to consider abstaining. By *not* voting on the proposition, they honor their beliefs and still "do no harm" to those who would be adversely affected by the referendum being rejected. The idea got at least two Reject 74 voters to think for a moment or two. Whether it sinks in or not, well... we'll see in a month.