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Apr 7 sikandro commented on A Suggestion from a Reader of The Stranger Arrived in the Mail Today.
Man, I keep looking at that word and just can't decide, based on the Ts and Ss elsewhere in the letter.
Apr 7 sikandro commented on A Suggestion from a Reader of The Stranger Arrived in the Mail Today.
I think that's cusing (causing), not cuting.
Mar 21 sikandro commented on Take a Peek!: 20 Photos Inside the New Chop Suey.
@1. I don't know how you could say by any stretch of the imagination that Kensrue was Driscoll's "right hand man." He was one of the few elders who called for action against Driscoll while still a leader at the church, and resigned shortly after. Maybe you have special knowledge.

This is well documented at Throckmorton's blog: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/warrenthroc…

Anyway, that bar at Chop Suey looks well-done. I am disappointed that Big Buck Hunter is showing up there, but at least it's not replacing a well-used pool table like at Linda's!
Feb 28 sikandro commented on Things I Can Say About MFA Writing Programs Now That I No Longer Teach in One.
@43. I don't think the two paragraphs are as distant as they seem. Trying to be edgy without having a sense of history is just asking to be derivative. The reason so many contemporary writers are boring is they think they've developed something new, when really they just haven't read enough to realize they're practicing a narrative technique that was developed hundreds of years prior. They might be able to produce something interesting...if only they tried to be derivative. Elif Batuman has written about this in the London Review of Books and n + 1, and her pieces were likewise lambasted.
Feb 25 sikandro commented on The Morning News: Bertha Workers Allege Drunkenness on the Job, Washington's New Shark.
Adjunct walkout today in universities around the country, as well.
Feb 24 sikandro commented on Morning News: Citing Safety Concerns, Local Judge Gives Seattle a Reprieve from Surge in Exploding Oil Trains.
@36, 39. All that's fine to speculate on, but how do you apply any of that to Paul? Hasn't Paul written plenty of critiques of hand-wringing over changes in reading habits and reading technology?
Feb 24 sikandro commented on Morning News: Citing Safety Concerns, Local Judge Gives Seattle a Reprieve from Surge in Exploding Oil Trains.
Getting rid of Paul is a great idea if the Stranger wants to reduce its number of readers as well as the quality of its content. I often disagree with him, but at least he has ideas that are worth disagreeing with instead of vacuous repetitions of articles that I could find in any other publication.
Feb 11 sikandro commented on Morning News: Seattle Police Union Says It's Time to "Adapt to Societal Expectations".
Horrible change to have comments on a separate page, unless the goal is to reduce commenting and reduce traffic to Slog, in which case it's a great change.
Feb 2 sikandro commented on Seahawks Are Now Stuck in the University of Phoenix Stadium.
I only found out yesterday that ticket-holders received honorary degrees from University of Phoenix, and are also able to pay back the price of admission over 3 years at 27% interest.
Jan 22 sikandro commented on Livingston Seagull's "Frog Rocker" Is the Song of the Day.
Bainbridge nepotism!
 

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