RR Anderson, DIY Cultural Arts Specialist

Jul. 29, 2008 at 7:39pm

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Author's Statement of Purpose: My goal is to get more people to be interested in the PUBLIC COMMENT + COMMUNITY FORUM on TV Tacoma. I want folks to recognize our civic speakers on the street and have compassion for the thundering engine driving them. "I will forge new connections to people orphaned by civilization." - RR Anderson

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Lonely University Place Guy

"Mr. Mayor there are two things I wanted to talk about tonight, one of the things I was told I couldn't talk about but the other thing...  is a good idea... together... limits... conclusive... thank you."

Robert "The Traveller" Hill

[Silent protest mode]

RR Commentary:  Looking for this week's traveller fix?  I have you covered. Here is a hardcopy of Mr. Hill's political platform and a fliers for World Masturbation Day 2008 - 2009Courtesy of Mr. Matt Driscoll of the weekly volcano. 

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comments [9]  |  posted under all-stars, city council, communtiy, humor, tacoma, tee vee, tv


by marumaruyopparai on 7/29/2008 @ 8:33pm
Thanks for the platform RR, I've been wanting to get a look at that. Alot of important substantive issues covered, I too support bringing back 'Night Court.' It was a decent show, and I understand most of the key cast members are still kickin.' Plus remakes are all the rage these days.

by NineInchNachos on 7/29/2008 @ 8:48pm
the funny thing about night court is that one of the seasons was just recycled shows from a previous season. that always bugged me. take that old TEE VEE Show!

by izenmania on 7/30/2008 @ 9:00am
There was a funny thing about Night Court?

by thriceallamerican on 7/30/2008 @ 9:12am
I find the theme song for Night Court sort of funny...

Excellent use of clavé. "More clavé!"

by izenmania on 7/30/2008 @ 9:19am
I support use of different font sizes in a vague attempt to have each bullet point take up the same amount of vertical space, regardless of length, except for a few exceptions.

by NineInchNachos on 7/30/2008 @ 9:23am
my interpretation of the different font sizes was a 'weighted list' like you'd see in a tag cloud.. bigger bolder fonts are more important/have more weight?

by marumaruyopparai on 7/30/2008 @ 11:20am
The last few lines at the bottom bother me alot. Where he goes on about embracing the nonaggression principle. I think that's great, but he goes on to reject fraud as a means of attaining political or social goals in the same bullet. That he's already committed forgery (though he has admitted it was wrong and something of a split second lapse of judgement) shows he's capable of violating his own tenets. Which is par for the course when we're discussing politicians, but for someone who wants to carry a gun without a permit, split second lapses of judgement are a bad thing if it's a loaded gun. I don't think Hill is dangerous, personally, but anyone can use this to call into question Hill's conviction for his beliefs. It just bugs me because I feel that's one thing the guy really has going for him, no matter how unorthodox, is conviction.

by NineInchNachos on 7/30/2008 @ 12:08pm
he squiggled a signature on a temporary restraining order because he felt his mom was being threatened by some bloke.

making mistakes is part of being human.

what bothers me is that everybody has such a hardon for not being a hypocrite. What's wrong with being a hypocrite? America, land of the free, was founded by hypocrites. Just ask George Washington's slaves.

And what's so big about giving people with mental health issues guns?

David Brame didn't have any mental health issues... they gave that asshat a gun.

by marumaruyopparai on 7/30/2008 @ 8:44pm
Thanks RR, I understand the circumstances surrounding the forgery charge and agree with you. I'm just bummed that those charges are out there in headlines where they can be easily seen to contradict the expressed values of a person who's already subject to having his behavior and mode of expression cited as reason enough to stifle his message. Of course, implicit in my concern is the assumption that anyone cares enough to read his platform in the first place. Also, 'mentally ill' is a touchy and subjective term. When someone's public behavior deviates far from the norm people might cry 'fruit cake' but when someone seems well adjusted professionally and publicly that says nothing about personal and private behavior. Based on what I read about Brame, maybe a case could be made for a bad case of Narcissistic Personality Disorder.


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