Today is the ten-year anniversary of the earthquake that unsettled the Alaskan Way Viaduct. So Seattle City Council member Sally Bagshaw blogs a trip down nightmare lane, revisiting the events of the last decade that she never wants to repeat. It begins with the 9/11 attacks, which "irrevocably changed how we look at our world and each other," and ends with Mayor Mike McGinn vetoing the tunnel last week. It's interspersed with factoids about the state's tunnel project. Equally regrettable: The earthquake in Haiti that killed 230,000 people. Um... hmm. I understand where Bagshaw is coming from—she really wants to shape up the waterfront into a gem—but grouping these tragedies together with her political tunnel agenda seems a little, well, out of scale. If we don't build the tunnel, Bagshaw concludes by using a photo, the waterfront will look like this.