Friday, April 22, 2005

The saga continues...

Actual emails sent to the Seattle police. How many theives are this cool?

"He has a tranvestite friend named didi, possibly a white cadillac."

From: DB
Date: Apr 22, 2005 8:07 AM
Subject: Re: Subject: SPD Case # 05-X (theft from building)

we went last night. She came downstairs from her apartment, was
definitley strung out, but did have a bunch of Y's paperwork,
mostly just what he would need for identity theft. She said she met
"Wes" from her neighbor in the apartment, and that he lives in a house
on beacon hill. Also that he keeps returning to her apartment and
banging on the door demanding the paperwork back. She is scared of
him, unfortunately, also of you (the police). I asked for more info,
and I could tell she knew more, but wouldn't say. Just vague things
"he always uses people" and " we've were doing lots of drugs for
like...two days". Possibly they were having a romantic spat? Anyhow,
she had a good heart, she called us, and I think she wants to help.
She said she was going to tell him that she was going to call the
cops. I told her not to threaten him, just to do it, or he might
strike out. So maybe help her along and call her. The correct number
to reach her turns out to be 206 xxx xxxx. Thanks LH.

On 4/21/05, D B wrote:
> The thiefs girlfriend called. Lorrie Haines 684 xxxx she lives at xxxx
> east XXXXX apt xxx. sounds strung out. says the thief has been staying
> with her and has a bunch of our stuff at her apartment, as well as his
> stuff. His name is Wes, he fits the description. has a tranvestite
> friend named didi, possibly a white cadillac. We are going down to
> retrieve some stuff now. she invited us.We will call for backup when
> we are one block away.
> db
> 206 xxx xxxx (boyfriend)

Thursday, April 21, 2005

Proof that just because you can do something doesn't mean you should.

this is an audio post - click to play

New plant.

My newest plant.


No spikes here.



Head man.

Wednesday, April 20, 2005

It's tough being a "minuteman." Some choice quotes:

"[My wife and I] would like to inform you of our support for SB 1363, and to ask you for the same. Allowing the carry of firearms by law-abiding citizens into restaurants makes it safer for everyone ... Also, establishments that serve alcohol are far from immune to violent crime, and law-abiding citizens should have a right to self-defense while dining."


"The day was actually very uneventful. The only illegals we saw all day was a mother and two sons walking down the street."

'Who's the "bad" looking dude in the red raincoat?' - Wally

Tuesday, April 19, 2005

If I ever get a heroin addiction, I want this.

Monday, April 18, 2005

Maybe it was time to call it a night, dinner or not -

"Passengers said one high wave slapped the ship and caused ceiling tiles to fall on their plates as they dined on filet mignon and shrimp. One couple said their salads and wine glasses sailed into their laps every time the ship lurched.
The management provided free drinks during the storm."

The article.

Greatest photo?

Seattle through a dirty window.

A violation of the rule of thirds and therefore a mediocre photo.


Is that Batman coming down the stairs?


Joe Bar.

Packing heat.

Sunday, April 17, 2005

Good analysis of the future of the media.

They may not be rich, but they're happy.

Nerd food: Ajax.

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