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Re: “Making Room for Culture

Let me guess: such a center would need to employ numerous "community organizers campaigning for racial, social and economic justice"? Maybe you can squeeze that race-faker in, as well? lol Seriously, it's so great that you're so "down" with the struggle! hehehe

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Posted by Teddykins on 05/14/2016 at 10:06 PM

Re: “Wearing Yellowface

This is amusing. I read another column written by this professional race-baiter (and crybaby) in which she described the evil Spokanites gentrifying her neighborhood as "rich and lily-white". You see, it's perfectly acceptable for this professional race-baiter to use racial epithets. But God forbid somebody "rich and Lily-white" person where a kimono.

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Posted by Teddykins on 05/14/2016 at 1:09 PM

Re: “The Kramer Quotient

I will be moving to Spokane after living nearly 17 years in Seattle. Seattle has become both insanely expensive and insanely politically correct. It's no longer a free-thinking, accepting place. If you are not a wealthy Amazon/Microsoft/etc. Obamabot who lives in an $800,000+ home, you are not welcome. Unless, that is, you are an illegal or a "refugee" from another country. The thousands of homeless Americans in Seattle are relegated to their beat-up Motorhomes, camper vans and tent cities, whilst the illegals and "refugees" are fawned over and provided shelter and every possible social service one could imagine. Seattle is virtue signaler's paradise. Not only can I no longer financially afford to live in Seattle, but I'm bored with it all. Critically thinking individuals no longer reside here. I am excited to move to Spokane and, despite what some jaded Spokanites (sp) believe, Spokane has a lot to offer. I can afford to buy a lovely home on the South Hill -- the likes of which would cost probably $1million in Seattle. That is not an exaggeration. I should also mention that I am fortunate to work remotely for a company headquartered in Seattle (I am not a tech worker). I don't make a lot money per Seattle standards, but it's enough to live well in Spokane. Remote positions are going to become the norm over the next decade or so and that will probably affect the economy, in a good way, in Spokane. Chin up, Spokane - you don't need to be like Seattle. Please don't be(come) like Seattle.

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Posted by Teddykins on 05/14/2016 at 12:38 PM

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