Sally Clark to Gay Russian Teenagers: Drop dead.
Vladimir Putin: "Says he may seek a 4th presidential term in 2018," AP just tweeted.
SPD's Performance: Whites and Asians have more favorable views toward cops than African-Americans and latinos, Seattle Times reports.
In Upsetting Sword-Related News: "Two teenage boys have been arrested in a bizarre sword attack on one teen's mother that reportedly included a discussion of killing the woman and eating her liver, a Spokane County sheriff's spokesman said Wednesday," the AP reports in the Seattle PI.
"An Evil Brown-Yellow Darkness": Click for photos of yet another horror in eastern Washington.
National Book Award Nominees Announced: The fiction longlist includes George Saunders, Jhumpa Lahiri, Rachel Kushner, and Anthony Marra. Judges include Seattle's Rick Simonson of Elliott Bay Book Company.
I Once Rode in an Elevator with Roger Angell (But Didn't Recognize Him): The longtime New Yorker essayist and fiction editor turns 93 today.
Tom DeLay's Money Laundering Conviction: Overturned.
Hurricane Manuel: Hits land in Northern Mexico.
UW: Fined $720,000 for "withholding 12,000 pages of public records from a professor who believed she was wrongfully denied tenure at the Tacoma branch campus," the Seattle Times reports.
Income Inequality: Watch it grow state-by-state from 1977 to 2012. Red means lower inequality, green means higher inequality.
The Pope: A big fan of Dostoevsky, Mozart, and shutting up about abortion and gays.
Two Block Radius! CHS points to this Brothers from Another video filmed mere feet from The Stranger's offices:
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