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    How to Improve Seattle Light Rail

    01.17.10 | Permalink | 5 Comments

    If you live in Seattle, you’ve heard of, and possibly grumbled at, the Light Rail line that’s running from SEATAC (more recently only Tukwila) to downtown Seattle. Due to its hefty price tag (often cited at 4.3 billion dollars), its invasion into communities, and its lack of effectiveness, many in the greater Puget Sound area […]

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    Washington Bank of America Accounts

    03.12.09 | Permalink | 2 Comments

    If you don’t feel like reading, the summary of this post is: Don’t open a Washington Bank of America account. Explanation: So a few weeks ago, I decided to go deposit some checks (by the way, I hate checks, please don’t give me checks. You won’t end up on my hate list, but I will […]

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    I Hate Seattle

    01.05.09 | Permalink | 2 Comments

    Seattle, I hate you. You refuse to use salt? You are to clearing snow what Britney Spears is to parenting. But, although she may neglect and occasionally drop her children, the kids have a Kevin Federline to publicly appear to care for them. That’s right Seattle, things have gotten so bad you need a grossly […]

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    Snow Snow Snow

    12.24.08 | Permalink | 1 Comment

    So far, I’ve been letting Seattle off lightly for its inability to deal with snow. Sadly, The Seattle Times digs out the truth, if you will- and you must to continue reading. To paraphase, the ice and snow packed streets of Seattle exist by design. The city wants to use rubber plows on its trucks […]

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    Lazy Sunday

    12.21.08 | Permalink | Comment?

    While I have no intention of matching the popular and celebrated digital short, the title did feel appropraite due to this in fact being a lazy Sunday, along with the fact that I watched the latest Narnia movie last night. Things that have since come to my attention: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe […]

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