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May 20, 2011 PRS-1 commented on Dearest Dominic.
Hey word police! Please scroll down a bit a see the spell-check typo in your own article about the subway map. I think you meant concept, not conceit.
May 5, 2011 PRS-1 commented on Opt-Out By May 16 to Stop Dex From Littering Your Doorstep!.
Come one guys. It took me about 5 minutes to sign up with my alternate email address and opt out of every phone book delivery. If you can post your whiny complaints to Slog, you are more than capable of opting out.
May 5, 2011 PRS-1 commented on We Are Homeless.
Get some Uggs and everyone will leave you alone.
May 4, 2011 PRS-1 commented on Um. How Best to Respond to a Thing Like This?.
My ex-mom gave me a leather-bound bible once, and it comes in handy for reference as to what a crazy collection of books it actually is. I recommend a book called "Kens Guide to the Bible" to help you sort out the madness.
Apr 27, 2011 PRS-1 commented on The Yesler Way: Broken Glass Everywhere.
This has been happening for at least 10 years. The city doesn't do anything but sweep up the glass. Everyone in Seattle should know by now that you don't park on the Yesler bridge.
Apr 14, 2011 PRS-1 commented on Traffic Report.
It looks like that rainbow is headed straight for Than Bros.
Apr 5, 2011 PRS-1 commented on Where Were You 17 Years Ago Today?.
I arrived in Seattle from a long hitch-hiking trip on April 10, 17 years ago, the day they found Kurt's body. I was shopping for shoes in the Salivation Army on 4th South and it was announced on the radio. The young hipster Salvation Army employee next to me immediately quipped "I never liked his music anyways."
Mar 25, 2011 PRS-1 commented on Pushing the Envelope on Protective Gear.
I saw an interview with one of the guys behind a suit like this and assumed he was donating them to the Fukushima crew, but then I see them all wearing Tyvek and tarps.
http://radshield.com/product_page_detail…
Mar 23, 2011 PRS-1 commented on Just One of Dem Days.
i used to ride over the Yesler bridge every morning on my way downtown to work. Usually every car had a window that was broken out. They will break windows for pennies in your cup-holder. It's like a little piece of the rust-belt in Seattle.
Mar 23, 2011 PRS-1 commented on Shut Down!.
The smell of all those burning Carhartts and sideburns would be horrible.
 

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