Bass Tzar 
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Re: “Priced Out

Are there no prisons? Workhouses...? Here in America we spend lavishly to protect the wealth of billionaires and we never run out of money for military adventures against hapless opponents selected by those billionaires. But let some minimum wage worker show the unmitigated gall to think they might get to buy a drink at a bar once a month or, God forbid, someone who we suspect is receiving food stamps buy anything beyond beans and rice and we're ready to shoot on sight.

We're all going gently into the night of peasantry where we serve our financial masters who hold our very life in their hands. All the while we snap and grab at each other worried that someone might be getting more scraps thrown their way.

Have a drink for me Maggie. If I'm ever at Irv's when you're there, it's on me.

11 likes, 5 dislikes
Posted by Bass Tzar on 05/09/2015 at 4:26 PM

Re: “How not to get away with picking up a prostitute on East Sprague Avenue

I'll admit I'm baffled as to why we still spend our ever shrinking public funds on such nonsense. The statistics tell us that Spokane suffers from disproportionately high levels of violent crime and yet we waste police resources trapping "Johns" so they can feel the force of our supposed moral outrage. I suppose the hackneyed formula of politicians promising to guard civic morality (while often involved in deep, dark, moral failures) still works in Spokane. But wait, I'm sure we'll hear about how prostitution is but domino and if we fail to stop it all manner of evil will overtake us in our sleep. We've heard it all before and it's no more true now than it's ever been.

24 likes, 9 dislikes
Posted by Bass Tzar on 04/21/2015 at 5:08 AM

Re: “Meet the Spokane Tambourine Man

I've seen Michael many in times around town in various clubs (I didn't know his name - my friends and I called called him "Captain Awesome"). We all thought he was awesome. One time one of my bands was playing at Fizzies and he showed up and began his dancing. I was delighted - it seemed to me that we had "made it" locally because Captain Awesome came to one of our shows. Keep on dancing Captain!

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Posted by Bass Tzar on 05/28/2014 at 6:04 AM

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