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People are always so quick to dress up their personal preferences as eternal moral truth
Now you do.
You know what I consider "non-essential decor"? Street signs. If people haven't memorized street names by now, why should my hard-earned tax dollars go to support their indolence and lack of initiative? Plus, fuck it, they can just use Google Maps to tell them where they are - and it's FREE.
Keep in mind this vote was simply to allow the measure to come to the floor, so I suppose there's still the possibility they could vote "no" when the actual bill to authorize Fast-Track comes up next week. But yeah, thanks Boeing!
I believe that's exactly what they did...
Hope so. But the photo has a plain crosswalk in the background. I haven't been there, so I don't know if anything has changed.
Sez you. One person's "blemish" is someone else's "about God-damned time the city did something like this."
Here's what the intersection supposedly http://www.capitolhillseattle.com/wp-con…">will/does look like. I'll have to go up there after work today to confirm they've painted all four crosswalks though. Capitolhillseattle.com is reporting that all six intersections along Pike/Pine between Broadway & 11th Avenue East will similarly be adorned.
(Brought to you in the interests of biological accuracy and as a protest against baby-talk---'poop' and 'pee' delenda est. )