Who Said It: May Day Anarchist or Stephen Bannon?

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Trick question - they both said it!
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It's extremely sexist to characterize people you don't like as "cunts".
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HA HA HA GET IT BECAUSE THE STRANGER USED TO BE A RADICAL NEWSPAPER AND NOW IT'S SPEARHEADED BY A BUNCH OF NEOLIBERAL CENTRISTS HA HA HA THIS IS HILARIOUS YOU REALLY GOT US
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Can't be answered. As there are No Anarchist is Seattle.
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@3

The staff of The Stranger has definitely shifted over the years to be noticeably older and more economically successful, but they are writing for an older, more economically successful audience, too.

God damn, though, if there's one thing our local radical leftists haven't learned over the years, it's how to take a joke, y'know?
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@3 STEVE IS THAT YOU?
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The Stranger was never radical. It was always socially liberal, vaguely progressive but not really on economic and international issues (they've had a number of retrograde and wrongheaded positions over the years on a writer-to-writer basis. I would describe the Stranger as snarky, snotty and snidely humorous with some serious and probing content sprinkled around. The idea they were once far left is pretty hilarious. Though they have become more "serious" lately with all the humorless concern trolling and content policing.
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#7: There's a great word for Trump supporters: morons. We don't need to start using lofty phrases like "anarchism" to describe their adolescent shrieking.
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10: Losers.