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Open Letter to Seattle Mayor McGinn Regarding SDOT’s Disastrous Reign In The Beginning of the New Century

Added by on September 5th, 2012, filed under Activism, Personal, Politics, Seattle

Dear Mayor McGinn, September 5, 2012 I read the article on the Mercer Mess on King5 TV today. The timing of the lights is the biggest issue. Not just on Mercer, but on Denny, too. What needs to be reconfigured is to give less priority to Westlake and other cross streets on both Mercer & […]

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If you love Parks, oppose Prop 1 Seattle Election November 2011

Added by on October 20th, 2011, filed under Activism, Politics, Seattle

I am in agreement with Mr. Miller’s Agreements, it’s Dead On! Unfortunately, the Seattle Parks Foundation just sent out a misguided bulk email to parks supporters asking them to support Seattle TBD Prop 1. If you are a Parks supporter, you should vote ‘no’. Here’s why: To address the regressivity of this measure, City Hall […]

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City Trees In Costa Rica Where Are They And How Can We Help

Added by on November 22nd, 2010, filed under Activism, Costa Rica

I love Costa Rica. It’s an amazing place. There’s a lot of beauty here. Unfortunately, if you are into trees, you quickly discover there’s not too much beauty in the cities and towns here. Perhaps it is the farming mentality, but in San Jose, Cartago, and many other cities, there are hardly any city trees […]

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TedMed Talk on Global Health Diets Great Photos

Added by on October 17th, 2010, filed under Activism

Another reason to be aware of what you eat, incredible talk on how the food is going away from nature. Eating simply, fruit and naturally can really help your health.

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Letter To Seattle Council Member Regarding Excessive Parking Rates

Added by on October 14th, 2010, filed under Activism

Dear Mr. Burgess,                               October 14, 2010 As a lifelong resident of Seattle who has spent a lot of time abroad and lived 8 years recently in Los Angeles, I have returned to Seattle. I like a lot of the things […]

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A Good Reason to Go Veggie

Added by on September 29th, 2010, filed under Activism

Keeping the plant life on earth is so essential. By being vegetarian or at least cutting back on meat consumption you can help bring back the destruction of the planet. It happens one bite at a time and one acre at a time. It’s good for your health, too, and creative! http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/39419038/ns/world_news-world_environment/

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The War Is Making You Poor Act Support It Today

Added by on May 23rd, 2010, filed under Activism, Personal

I want to vote for this guy and support this new law!

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LACC Blog Getting Radical In Los Angeles By Mary Eng

Added by on May 19th, 2010, filed under Activism

My friend Mary showed me a link to her LACC blog today. It’s pretty cool. I was really saddened to hear about the LAPD killing yet another mentally disabled/autistic person from her blog. So sad. I love the way the world is getting so connected though! Keep up the great work Mary Eng. http://thereallacc.blogspot.com/

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Health Insurance and Rates: One of the Reasons I Left California

Added by on February 9th, 2010, filed under Activism, Personal

Health Insurance Rates Skyrocket in California 39% I am a healthy adult, vegetarian, etc, etc. I had health insurance for about four years. From that time about 2005 to 2009 my premiums went up from about $111 to $267. From what I was reading in the above article they would be most likely $390 by […]

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Health Insurance Reform Failure

Added by on December 25th, 2009, filed under Activism, Personal

It’s hard to believe that what seems to essentially be a tax on poor people by requiring them to buy unregulated insurance is being called “health care reform”. What a lost opportunity for the United States. It appears that there is no regulations controlling costs and they are going to force people to pay for […]

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