in other blogs : Unfortunate Capitalization

one of the many great photos of the “lullaby moon” festivities from riko colin chock’s [flickr] splendid photoset [flickr]; found via our group pool [#]. if, like me, you had no idea that “lullaby moon” was a thing, walking out of a cocktail tasting into the parade of white-clothed costumed performers could be awfully disconcerting.
  • Front page news: the “colorful” multi-lingual “characters” of Rainier Valley are sticking to riding the rickety old bus instead of making use of the sleek modern light rail. Maybe it’s because the routes aren’t all that similar, but it could also be because they’re so “colorful” and enjoy overly slow, long bus rides, with frequent stops on the way downtown where there’s plenty of time for arguments, fights, and other occasional crimes to erupt. Or maybe they like it so much because they can calling it “The Seven” because that’s so much more “colorful” and it merits as much Title Case Capitalization as is journalistically allowable. [times]
  • Godzilla sighting in Bellevue; corpse crawling with people. [anotherbouncingball]
  • Via Trib’s breaking down walls in Belltown. Hope they remember the Great Smith Falling Door Saga during the refurb with a rolling garage door. [belltownpeople]
  • Yoko Ono hasn’t yet returned an e-mail from Jen Graves. j/k, this is actually a fascinating story about what happens when a guard overparticipates in a piece of participatory art. [slog]
  • What hyperactive neighborhood blogs often look like to outsiders. [ohmygodseattle]

1 Comment so far

  1. Zee Grega (zeegrega) on August 25th, 2009 @ 10:56 am

    Y’know, I’ve met some really nice bus drivers on the #7 route, but it is also one of the few routes where I totally, totally do not blame the drivers for being surly.

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