Daily Archives: June 18, 2008

She’s been smokin’ a bit of the peace pipe

If Washington State (Barely) Governor, Christine Gregoire, thought that obscene amount of campaign dollars from the Indian tribes wouldn’t get noticed after the sweetheart deal she worked out for them. Lucky for her, she only has to fear the incompetent/lazy … Continue reading

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RNS Quote of the Day: 06/18/08

This exactly fits my attitude towards the petroleum situation we have going on right now. Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under … Continue reading

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Horrible Tragedies

No, not the Darwin Award Nominee who died when the steamroller he had just stolen rolled on top of his trespassing (and quite probably drunken) dumb ass, but the tragedy of the local media letting his parents say something so … Continue reading

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As Gimli, son of Gloin, said

And you’ll have my Axe! Oh, how I wish there were tree sitters near by. My axe sits unused and my chainsaw rests unspun. As the battle over UC Berkeley’s oak grove near Memorial Stadium continues to unfold, a female … Continue reading

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Good for Her

We have quite a number of these in the Seattle area, which is why the media comes here to talk to them. It’s an unseasonably cold day in Seattle, and Rebecca is standing in her kitchen, preparing for her regular … Continue reading

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Imagine That

67% Support Offshore Drilling – 64% Expect it will lower prices A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey—conducted before McCain announced his intentions on the issue–finds that 67% of voters believe that drilling should be allowed off the coasts of California, … Continue reading

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