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Jan 9, 2012 snot nosed student commented on 520 Bridge Cheapskates Ruin My Morning.
@Fnarf, really? Everyone's rich on the island? Then by your logic, your family's rich and mine too. Which would be news to my parents. There are plenty of middle class people on the island. Many of whom move there for the chance to send their kids to (what is considered) a good school district.
Jan 9, 2012 snot nosed student commented on 520 Bridge Cheapskates Ruin My Morning.
*shrug* I went to high school on MI and split my time between there and Bellevue College for Running Start. Not to mention working a part time job in Bellevue.
I took the bus and used the commute time for homework.
Oct 12, 2011 snot nosed student commented on Guns Don't Kill People. Drunk Republican Assholes Kill People. (But, You know, the Gun Helps.).
@ 5 - yah, seems like the car was more likely to dangerous in this incident.

Isn't there some sort of discount at Texas liquor stores for people with a concealed license permit? Maybe it was only the one in Killeen where my ex was stationed.
Apr 20, 2011 snot nosed student commented on I, Anonymous.
Don't try to solve this on your own.

Please seek help, if not for your own sake for the sake of everyone else in your life.
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Jan 20, 2011 snot nosed student commented on "Mild Speech Doesn't Need Protection".
I doubt this will go very far. The ACLU is taking a public forum argument beyond its limits. Although Metro is a public transit authority, the state will easily be able to argue that restrictions to the content of their advertisements are valid because there are time, place, and manner caveats to any public forum.

I think Metro (stupidly) put themselves in a bad position by accepting the ad and processing the payment. Transfer of assets creates a liability and an ad hoc contract between the organizations regardless of whether anything formal was written.

Metro really needs a set of legal and appropriate standards for their advertising which appears to be missing from the equation since the ACLU could easily cite other controversial issues which were advertised on buses. Instead of going from the frying pan to the fire, why not just stay out of the kitchen in the first place?
 

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