Oops... I was at the airport today and realized I left out a few for SEA. Here's the revised full list. Alaska Airlines Horizon Air United Airlines Skywest (UEX) American Airlines Southwest Airlines AirBC Air Canada SAS British Airways EVA Air Asiana Northwest Airlines Delta Airlines TWA Aeroflot Am...Jump to post
Ohhh... I think I know what you are talking about, now. At first I thought you meant the Federal prison, but thats south of the golf course. There is a huge complex about 1 1/2 miles due west of the 34R threshold used for a police training facility. It has a big, tall theatre-looking building just e...Jump to post
Hmmm... let me think about this one for a bit. I used to live right by the college, but moved a bit further south. I haven't seen the movie, but I see if I can remember what the building is. Yeah- the weather is great!!! There isn't a cloud in the sky... just a bit of haze and a contrail here and th...Jump to post
Oh, boy... here we go: SEA Alaska Airlines Horizon Air United Airlines Skywest American Airlines Southwest Airlines AirBC Air Canada SAS British Airways EVA Air Asiana Northwest Airlines Delta Airlines TWA Aeroflot America West America Trans Air Continental Airlines Frontier Airlines Hawaiian Sun Co...Jump to post
I agree with you all... though the politics on The West Wing can be horrifically liberal, it somehow captures my attention (and one hour of every Wednesday). I'm addicted. I, too, was shocked when Charley told the Cheif of Staff that Mrs. Lanningham was killed... that nice, funny old lady. I wonder ...Jump to post
I agree- with Boeing and all, Seattle may well be the aviation capital of the world. But just because corporate HQ has decided to relocate doesn't mean anyone connected to aviation will lose interest in Seattle. We will still have the two assembly plants, the space/military facilities, parts facilit...Jump to post
From what the local media is saying, there are currently about 1000 people at Boeing Corporate HQ at Boeing Field. Half of them (mostly clerical, low-wage type jobs) will be cut. They'll be looking elsewhere in Seattle for work. The other half will be making the move to Chicago, where approximately ...Jump to post
>What's the problem?
A marriage is a sacred union between man and woman. Not between man and man or woman and woman. That's the problem. Enough said.
>If you've ever lived in Seattle, you'll know about the best burger joint, Dick's! AWWWW.... a fellow Seattleite beat me to it. Yes, DICK'S is the BEST burger and shake place in the world. If you haven't eaten at Dick's, you've never had a real burger. Its a relic of the 1950s. I don't know about ot...Jump to post
I don't think we'll see any American pax carriers getting involved with the A380. First- they don't need it. Second- why would they buy a foreign product when something that works perfectly well (and maybe superior?) is made right here? If we see the A380 in America, it'll probably be exclusively ca...Jump to post
This happens more often than you'd think- only the media only gets wind of a small number of these incidents. About a month ago a Dash8 on the arrival into SEA took a bird in its no. 2 engine and had to come in with one engine. So they had the ARFF crews at the runway ready for the guy, but (as usua...Jump to post
>Question, N766AS, were you there either at the trial, or at OJ's house when the deeds went down? If neither, then how do you truly know?
I wasn't at the trial... I watched the entire trial though. I believed that the evidence was overwhelming.
A terrible injustice occured.
Lemonade. Thats about it.Jump to post
>I am getting US Citizenship though, to vote that redneck out of the office You live in Colorado, right? I don't think your vote is going to help much... Bush took your state 51%-42%. I guess you could always waste your vote on Nader (5%). <img src="/discussions/graphics/biggrin.gif" ALT="Big ...Jump to post
So what is everyone's favorite local and/or national talk show host? This mainly applies to political talk radio (what other kind is there besides Dr. Laura?). Mine are... ...Michael Medved is my most favorite. If you've never heard him, you're missing out. He is nationally syndicated out of Seattle...Jump to post
N863DA, while I do thank you for your gracious analysis, I do want to point out one error. >HOWEVER, if all DG_pilot can come up with is, "You show those God-damned liberals!" or some such tripe, then it doesn't speak too highly of him, does it? I believe you are mixing Dustin up with 'Hairyass' who...Jump to post
>but even Zach openly admits that this was just a joke-post Whoa there- I didn't call it a 'joke post', rather a 'time filler'. I just wanted to see what reaction I'd get from you all. I thought Raddog's post <i>was</i> funny, though. >Zach since your such a constitutional expert, what about the Fou...Jump to post
Sure as hell OJ was guilty...
I remember watching his whole trial and have NO idea whatsoever how he was acquitted.
But I don't think Blake is another OJ... if this stalker story pans out, he shouldn't have anything to worry about (unless the press screws him over).
>I suspect conservatives would benefit because conservatives expect to control the majority of statehouses. Has the logic sunken in yet? Do you need some time to think about it? Maybe you didn't understand. I am asking <i>you</i> why <i>you</i> think conservatives would control the majority of state...Jump to post
>Then you are either extraordinarily naive or extraordinarily deceptive No, I just don't see the truth in that statement because it is obviously NOT the truth in most cases. But it brings up an interesting point- you think that if we went back to the Constitutional way of doing things, the Constitut...Jump to post
<b>Are We Living Under the Communist Manifesto?</b> <i>"A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known, and he carries his banners openly. But the traitor moves among those within the gates ...Jump to post
>In other cases, special interests or political machines gained control over the state legislature. And please don't try to tell me they don't have control now... >Attempts to repeal the 17th amendment are always advanced by conservatives because they think they can control the statehouses and buy s...Jump to post
Its a fun idea... and one from years past, if memory serves.
Funny- about Bob Costas... it seemed like the NBC affiliate here in Seattle paid more attention (and airtime) to Costas than they did to the President and the players themselves! Shows their priorities...
>As for your contention that the 17th amendment is a violation of states' rights -- I once again suggest that you read the history books Quite the contrary... you should read the history books. The Founding Fathers carefully crafted the Constitution to not only divide power, but to see that Congress...Jump to post
>Oh yes, have you managed to rustle up any legal analysis for your take on Article I section 8 yet? Can you even get Rush Limbaugh to support you on that one? Sorry- had to come back for onnne more reply. I don't know if I can get Rush's support, but I sure as hell can get Thomas Jefferson's support...Jump to post
Of course we can say that with certainty. They certainly weren't withholding Constitutional rights from the free blacks, now were they? You can't get off the thought that they were out to stick it to the blacks. And I am off to bed... I have a long week ahead of me. Good night- had great discussion....Jump to post
>But they knew that blacks were the only "non-free" people when it was written You seem to be stuck on a mindset that they were out to withhold rights from blacks. This simply wasn't so. They were trying to withhold rights from <i>slaves</i>. Had the slaves been white, Asian, black, blue, green- no ...Jump to post
>Still means that the majority of blacks were not people. Of course... way back when, blacks were not free people. But the Constitution still stands- all non-free people are 3/5 of a person. But we don't have any non-free people anymore (per 14th Amendment). So it all cancels out. What I was getting...Jump to post
>Help me understand, what about states with only one or 2 congressmen? Doesn't that kind of screw your system? No... I assume you are talking about US Representatives. Whereas the Senators (two per state) are chosen by the state legisature as a voice for that <i>state</i>, the Representative (number...Jump to post
"While I admit that minor changes can lawfully be made to the Constitution by Amendment, I will not accept major changes that are in direct conflict with the Founders intent, e.g. the 16th and 17th Amendments. The 16th Amendment changed the method of taxation from indirect to direct. The 17th Amendm...Jump to post
>Maybe the 17th does go against the Constitution... does that make it a bad idea? Yes, it does make it a bad idea. I'll explain. As you are quite aware, the original Constitution constructed a system of federalism, a division of power between the centralized Federal government and the several State ...Jump to post
>What's especially funny is if I were to say "let's just repeal the 2nd amendment" with the same gusto as you say "repeal the 17th" you would get your panties in a bunch and accuse "damn libs" of tearing the Constitution to shreds Wait a minute... apples and oranges! The First through 10th Amendment...Jump to post