Lars Larson and His Listeners Are TERRIFIED of the Pacific Northwest!

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Seriously though, the ants are off the hook!
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The ants are indeed off the hook, and the dirty needles do kinda give me the willies.

But can we talk about the rat problem around here, holy crap people.
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The most terrifying thing about living in Seattle is the rent.
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58% of the 499 people who voted in that poll can feel free to stay the hell away from here. Ok, thanks.
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Seattle's rats are cute and fuzzy. Would be eaten alive on the east coast (as east coast rats do to themselves already)
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Lars Larson listeners are frightened by their own shadows when they leave their dens in February.

They're very cowardly people.
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I shoulda dressed up as Westlake Center and trick-or-treated Issaquah.
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Not just scientifically accurate, but also legally binding.

ANTS! AAAAAAARRRGGHHHHH!
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i'm more scared of cops now, i think that's what lars larson means: he's more afraid of cops. that was not on the thestranger's poll tho.
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Most of the ants are homeless. They just sleep in the ground and ask for handouts
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I'm terrified of all the project managers and database engineers just WALKING AROUND in the open. I always move to the other side of the street so they don't start talking to me about story pointing meetings or their favorite ORM or whatever. It's a fucking jungle out there.
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I used to work with Lars Larson at KGW radio in Portland. Nice guy. Seemed reasonably intelligent. I wonder what happened. Same thing as Dory Monson, I imagine. Another reasonable guy I used to work with back in my radio days. Can't help wondering if it's just shtick; a gimmick to gather audience. Their shows are called "shows" for a reason, you know.
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Ant problems are no laughing matter.
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They're not afraid of being in Seattle. They're worried that the left-wing insanity in this city is starting to destabilize the region as whole. That seems obvious, I'm surprised anyone would dispute that fact. There's a collective mental illness in this city that stops people from realizing their worldview is driving the hate and divisiveness we see everywhere.
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Yeah, we might pour coffee on you if you come out here. Stay away, alt-right.
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pretty sure beacon hill is held up by ants and the root systems of blackberry bushes.
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Oh please. Seattle is the Disneyland of cities. Other than the occasional serial killer there's not much to fear here.
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Most of the ants I've encountered are transplant ants from California. Sold their colonies for huge market gains and basically STOLE all the good cracks in the sidewalks here...*sma*(that's shaking my antennae for the newbs)
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Considering how vague he was, I think this is relevant.

Having been to Portland, it is most likely the least terrifying place that I have ever seen. Not perfect, true, but absolutely not at all terrifying.
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@14:

Without Seattle, the Pacific Northwest would basically be one stinking cesspool of coal-plant and industrial stench, endless clear cuts, brackish oil slicked water ways, and radioactive waste piled up to the rooftops. Your idea of Paradise, no doubt.
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Speaking of all "... the hate and divisiveness we see everywhere."
Q. Does listening to far right-wing radio make one hateful, divisive and/or crazy?
Or do you just have to be to listen?

OMG -- what if we ALL had Medicare?!