What We Aren't 

The people who hate Spokane aren't the problem; worrying about people who hate Spokane is the problem

Last week I broke a rule I set for myself at the end of January. I promised I wouldn't wade into debates with people who have stridently negative feelings about Spokane. But then a year-and-a-half-old LA Weekly blog questioning why…

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