tom banse via kplu
via vintageseattle.org and capitolhillseattle.com
In 1964, Seattle voters soundly defeated an “open housing” ordinance that would have let anyone live anywhere. It lost by more than 2-to-1.
ap via nwcn.com
beth dorenkamp via grindhouse theater tacoma
the aurora kmart in 2002
via huffington post
kentaro lemoto @tokyo, via daily kos
igor keller at hideousbelltown.blogspot.com
via kip w on flickr
spoon-tamago.com via buzzfeed.com
‘Tis election day. The most infuriatingly nervous day of the year, or in this case of the quadrennium. (I believe that’s a word.)
The polls, even the progressive leaning polls, predict a tighter race than I want. I want Obama across the board over Mr. Lying One-Percenter Tax Cheat Hypocrite in previously “red” states, and all victorious long before the Pacific Time Zone results show up. If I can’t get that, I at least want an Obama victory big enough that even the partisan-hack dirty tricks in Ohio and Florida (and even here) can’t threaten it.
Back to randomosity:
from the book 'mail order mysteries' via laughingsquid.com
chris lehman, npr via kplu
watch el chacal de la trompeta, via youtube
Their last and only hope is that they can buy a last election or two, and encode into law, and legislate from the bench into the Constitution, an end to democracy itself.