commented on Sunday Morning News
It seems remarkable that the messenger could not get away from a pregnant woman. All three sound like assholes. As for the hyperbole by the intern, that is an editorial choice consistent with all Stranger articles; no surprises there. The Stranger's biases are obvious and well known which makes interpreting its product easier, similar to Fox News.
commented on Someone Who Just Moved Here Tells Us About Seattle
I will not make any assumptions about this person, but I moved here from NYC in '95, had no problems with 'eye contact', found people less concerned about other peoples heritage, and I had no illusions that racism would not exist here. (Of course it does because it is everywhere.)
And when I drove west I managed to avoid the Deep South, but I suppose all roads lead to New York.
commented on Slog Bible Study: Song of Solomon 4:5-6
Then there is Ezekiel 23:19-20; Yet she turned to even greater prostitution, remembering her youth when she was a prostitute in Egypt. She lusted after lovers with genitals as large as a donkey’s and emissions like those of a horse.
commented on Seattle Saves Hiphop, Again
No matter what the aficionados and purists of hip-hop and the pop-music scene might say, Macklemore and “Thrift Shop” are the freshest, funniest and most interesting thing on the pop scene right now. I don’t know if he is saving anything, but he is riding high for the moment. More power to him!