Nov. 29, 2007 at 4:44pm
Courtesy of The Stranger Podcast Network
Dear Science podcast, Jonathan Golob dukes it out with Erica C. Barnett on Proposition 1. What kind of transportation is better? What can we do politically to arrest global warming? Anything? Science is pessimistic.
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by Erik on 11/29/2007 @ 4:55pm
|It looks like Seattle Mayor is going to be the next chair of Sound Transit making the agency even more Seattle centric.
by NineInchNachos on 11/29/2007 @ 5:04pm
|Seattle need all the help she can get.|
by thriceallamerican on 11/29/2007 @ 5:07pm
|HorsesAss took issue with the characterization of Federal Way as rural here. Not much to say about our fair town itself, though... Apparently if it's south of the King County line, it don't matter.|
by NineInchNachos on 11/29/2007 @ 5:23pm
|Federal Way is not rural, but it still sucks.|
by thriceallamerican on 11/29/2007 @ 5:26pm
|We prefer to call it Enchanted Village.|
by NineInchNachos on 11/29/2007 @ 5:27pm
|how come HorsesAss isn't in the feed blog roll?|
by Erik on 11/29/2007 @ 8:56pm
|how come HorsesAss isn't in the feed blog roll?
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