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long-time reader is, because he thinks.
Sep 13 long-time reader commented on The Reason Why I Could Not Suggest the Adult Swim Drive-In.
@4, only an imbecile and/or a troll could call the bicycle a "19th-century novelty".
Sep 12 long-time reader commented on The Morning News: Seattle Remembers 9/11 and Slain Woodcarver, Hillary Clinton Scrutinized for Taking Sick Days.
Ignorance about sportsball is something to be lauded and encouraged (says this able-bodied cis het white man).
Aug 26 long-time reader commented on Russian Hacker Convicted in Seattle of Massive Credit Card Fraud Involving Pizza Parlors.
This real/fake/real/fake reporting style is really off-putting.
Aug 2 long-time reader commented on Drones Are Interfering with Range 12 Firefighting Efforts, Crews Say.
Hey, we spend way too much on our military in this country. Let's put them to good use and let the USAF shoot these shits down.
Jul 14 long-time reader commented on The Morning News: VOTE IN LOCAL ELECTIONS, YOU DINGUSES!.
Ah, the old "sorry you were offended, not my intent" non-apology. About as heartfelt as no apology at all.

At least this turd's stepped down, at least. Next (likely) turd's turn, now.
Jul 12 long-time reader commented on The Queen Protester of Baton Rouge: An Art Review.
I agree that the photo makes the police appear foolish.

I disagree that this is "unnecessary". The necessity of making the police appear foolish is the whole reason the photo has captured our attention.

I suppose they were running up to her and coming to an abrupt stop, but, frozen in time, it appears that they're do-si-doing around her.
Jun 5 long-time reader commented on Health Officials Issue Warning After Two Women Die from Cocaine Laced with Acetylfentanyl.
Correction: The best prevention is legalization of all drugs, sale of drugs of known strength and quality, and establishment of safe drug use sites.
Jun 1 long-time reader commented on Savage Love Letter of the Day: What To Say? Beats Me..
I don't think lying outright will have a beneficial outcome in the long run.

Be deliberately vague: "The first rule is that I can't talk about it..."