washingtone state

Kalakala moored in Lake Union, Seattle, 2004.

A manipulated picture, supposed to look embossed, from more than a decade ago.

One of the great crimes of historic preservation, or more correctly the lack thereof, was the failure to save this iconic ferry and place it in a maritime museum. Even more than the Space Needle, and well before that rather useless structure was constructed, this working boat was a symbol of the future in the Puget Sound region.

FOR THOSE WHO LIVE IN WASHINGTON STATE,

prop. I-1552, a bill restricting trans workplace and academic protections, as well as REQUIRING A TRANS PERSON TO DISCLOSE THEIR ASSIGNED GENDER AT BIRTH BEFORE ENTERING A PUBLIC RESTROOM, is 2/3 OF THE WAY TOWARDS GOING ON THE BALLOT. PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF CHRIST VOTE MIDTERMS. WE CANNOT ALLOW THIS BULLSHIT IN OUR LEGISLATURE. THIS IS A DISGUSTING AND COMPLETE DISREGARD FOR OUR HUMAN RIGHTS.

Alright Kenmore, explain yourselves!!

My sister found a HUMAN MANDIBLE in her yard in Washington state. Naturally, she notified the police, who confirmed it to be human, and called out a team of Forensic Anthropologists. The team decided it was “at least 75 years old, and seems consistent with past instances of bones found on the beach, brought home and forgotten about.” They said it’s not a forensic concern, and they wouldn’t need to investigate further unless more bones were found. Its my understanding, from context, that people find bones on the beach, have the police identify them, and then KEEP them once the police are done.

Wtf???? People are just finding human remains on the beach and bringing them home as souvenirs??? @sixpenceee Have you heard of stories like this? This seems like its up your alley…