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Speaking of radio, has anyone listened to AM1090, Seattle's liberal talk station? FUCK those shows suck and I am a liberal.

Posted by It was bad | December 7, 2007 2:40 PM

Who the fuck listens to the radio at all?

1000x more people read slog than listen to 710 kiro on saturday night.

Posted by Andrew | December 7, 2007 2:45 PM

You could talk about all the so called Progressive Democrats in the legislature that completely pussied out and voted for the Eyman/Gregoire tax handout to the rich.

Posted by Jake of | December 7, 2007 2:51 PM


Talked about that on last week's installment:

Posted by Josh Feit | December 7, 2007 2:55 PM

Well I am still pissed about it. All eight of my Kitsap County legislators voted for it and Senator Kilmer actually wrote and introduced the Senate version.

In three years he went from being a DFA, Progressive Majority candidate to introducing and passing Tim Eyman's crappy bill. Thanks Derek!

Posted by Jake of | December 7, 2007 3:01 PM


The 11th LD Doesn't have any of West Seattle in it! Redistricting put all of W.S. in the 34th. Just an FYI

Posted by midnight rider | December 7, 2007 3:44 PM


thom hartmann doesn't suck. 10-noon.

otherwise, yes. they suck.

Posted by max solomon | December 7, 2007 4:01 PM

Why didn't they shoot Eyman? That's what I want to know ... or at least use a couple rounds of tasers on him ...

Posted by Will in Seattle | December 7, 2007 4:09 PM

I love Thom Hartman and Rachel Maddow. And Ring of Fire and the religion shows on the weekend. And the Atheist show on the weekend.

Other than that, they're not my cup of tea.

Posted by catalina vel-duray | December 7, 2007 4:19 PM

@ 7 : My thoughts exactly. Hartmann is the man.

The worst is that moderate hillbilly Schultz that comes on after him. What a fucking tool.

IT seems like the rest of the shows are designed with this principal in mind:

Well, NPR voices are just too alienating for swing voters. Lets inject some vitriole and hyperbole into our progressive radio rpogramming. Thus: Stephanie Miller.

It's like they wanted to create some gateway drug to NPR for Howard Stern's audience or something.

Posted by El Duderino | December 7, 2007 4:41 PM

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