Seattle: We are the most miserable sports city in America. Forbes knows it. But most of all, Seattle, we know it.

Germany and Austria: Freezing accounts in Libya.

Tunnel: There's a petition now circulating for a referendum. If you're into that sorta thing, you can sign it. Also, before the council approved the tunnel ordinance yesterday (the ordinance that the referendum attempts to overturn), Council President Richard Conlin exploited the dead to make a disingenuous political point.

GOP Delights in GAO: Report finds government could save billions of bucks by consolidating redundant federal programs.

Oy Vey: House of Dior dismissing lead designer after he apparently made anti-Semitic remarks:

The video, posted on the Web site of the British tabloid The Sun, appears to show Mr. Galliano taunting other patrons at the bar, La Perle, declaring in a slurred voice that “I love Hitler” and that “people like you would be dead,” and “your mothers, your forefathers” would all be “gassed.”

Can You Make a Right Turn From the Center Lane of Second Avenue Westbound onto Columbia? conducts the investigation.

Protesters: Stop playing the fools, says Rick Williams.

And All It Took Was Misplacing $1.8 Million: Seattle school board finally considers canning Marie Goodloe-Johnson.

Was This Already on Slog? "Americans oppose weakening the bargaining rights of public employee unions by a margin of nearly two to one: 60 percent to 33 percent," reports a New York Times/CBS News poll.

WIND! Up to 40 miles per hour this afternoon in Seattle. Even gustier on the coast.

Of Mice and Dickbags: "An Upper Darby pizza shop owner tried to sabotage two of his competitors today by stashing mice in their pizza shops, according to police."