Plan C Vs. Plan E:: First, eight legislators came out in support of Plan C, which would use property taxes to fund Metro in Seattle. Then Mayor Ed Murray talked one of those legislators out of supporting the plan. Then, Murray's people announced that Murray will release a Metro-saving plan of his own soon. We decide to name this plan Plan E, which stands for "Ed Doesn't Like Plan C." Murray confirmed that he was working on something, shortly before we learned that he told State Senator Jamie Pedersen Plan C would mess up universal pre-K. Murray kept talking. Here's a look at the numbers behind Murray's claims. And the City Council, of course, is in favor of everything.
You Are a Bad Ally: If you think you get to tell women how they should feel about their abortions.
Here Comes Pronto: Look at those shareable bikes.
Hot Mudede-on-Fortgang Action: Charles Mudede talks about that dumb Time article written by a college kid about white privilege.
The (Common) Core of the Matter: What Louis C.K. got right.
Don't Sound So Surprised: Seattle shows up on a graph of "world cities."
Rand Paul Supports [Insert Terrible Practice Here]: Is public masturbation the practice that Rand Paul supports? Maybe! Who can say, with all the brackets?
Dan Savage Turns the Page: Good for you, Dan.
KUOW Hates Uteri: They bleeped a farmer's description of lady cow parts, making the whole discussion sound a hell of a lot more dirty.
FUCK SUBWAY: Do we really have room for 8000 more Subway restaurants? They're pretty terrible when it comes to paying workers. Subway's CEO says he'd be fine with a wage increase, but he's not actually, you know, raising the pay of his workers unless there's a law requiring him to do so.
No, That's Totally Different: Republican says gay sex is like eight men taking a dump in your bed.
Money for Nothing: Genius band scams Spotify with their silent album.
The Most Alarming Pedicab Story You'll Read This Week: Comes from Trent Moorman.
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PULLMAN, Wash. – A group of Washington State University students has designed a plan for an innovative and economical fueling station that could help make environmentally friendly, hydrogen-powered cars a viable option for future transportation.
The idea took first place this week in an international hydrogen design competition against teams from Asia, Europe, South Africa and North America. The award was announced at the 2014 Alternative Clean Transportation exposition in Long Beach, Calif.
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