Monday, October 27, 2008

SnoCo DV shelter changes name, but not tactics

Now calling themselves Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County, instead of the Center for BATTERED WOMEN, becuase they want to serve men, yeah, right.

Note this from the business pages. Operative part below:

Cost is $15 plus an unwrapped gift or gift card for a mother or child

Guess the men and their children they now serve get bupkis.

Geezer OUT!!!!

Special eventsHelp the South Snohomish County Chamber of Commerce take a bite out of domestic violence with a lunch donated by Outback Steakhouse, from noon to 2 p.m. Nov. 19, at 10121 Evergreen Way, No. 15, Everett. Proceeds benefit Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County. Cost is $15 plus an unwrapped gift or gift card for a mother or child. For information, call Julie Martin or Vicci Hilty at 425-259-2827. For information about Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County, go to

Wednesday, May 07, 2008

King County (Seattle) Sheriff Sue Rahr wants to hear from the sheeples, unless it is about DV

There was an article on Monday, in the Seattle P-I fishwrapper, about finding missing persons using cell phone records. Sorry, the on-line version was cut down and doesn’t have the quote about "we don't want to assist perps in finding their DV victims".

Now the story had nothing to do with DV, she inserted that little bait.

So, having a "relationship" with her Spinmeister, Sgt. John Urquhart, I wrote him a note, and copied her (text below) on what I thought of that.

I thought the note was fairly complimentary, but not the evil Sheriff Susan Rahr, who is in bed with the DV Divas, and their FLEAS© (That is Family Law Elitist Attorneys).

Bottom line, she thought she was replying to Herr Urquhart, but instead, sent it to the Geezer.

Now we know what the pols think of us, when we take the time to write at their invitation, and tell them what we think.

Oh, and that is really her desk phone number in her signature line.

----- Original Message -----

From: Rahr, Susan

To: The Geezer

Sent: Monday, May 05, 2008 2:06 PM

Subject: RE: Two things, two emails, this is the first

Who is this jerk?

Sue Rahr, King County Sheriff

516 3rd Ave.

Seattle, Wa. 98104


From: The Geezer

Sent: Monday, May 05, 2008 7:49 AM

To: Urquhart, John

Subject: Two things, two emails, this is the first

Your boss did a nice job with the press on the cell phone tracking article this morning. No doubt due to your working with her, to give her just the right words.

You can tell her that I said so.

And I don't say nice things about her that often.

However, (a good friend told me to always ignore everything before the words however or but) her dragging the canard DV into it really detracted from the piece......from memory.....'we don't want to reunite an abuser with his victim'.......

So, I can make a public records request, or you can just tell me. How may times, over what time frame (last year or last two years) have there been requests that you determined were an abuser chasing down the victim of DV requesting you track them down via cell records??

Yeah, that is what I thought.

The Geez

FLEAS © Lisa Scott

Saturday, March 08, 2008

Gasp! Did he really wear a pix of a pole dancer on his shirt to a public meeting?

Here's a pic of one of the guys who is very supportive of children as well as supporting changes in the Washington Child Support guidelines and custody arrangements in Washington state. Not quite wearing a billboard in public, but close to it.

Who is he anyway? Looks kinda like that Geezer guy that runs this blog.

WSDOT pisses away more of your highway dollar. This time to save the little fishies

Dem boyz at the Transportation Department musta got a new shipment of fine weed and been inhalin'.

Now they spend $300K on lighting the path underwater for the little fishies.

Yep, lights under the PT ferry dock (or at least when it runs ferry dock) to keep the little buggers from being scared.

Read it in the top link. Really, this is so weird I couldn't make it up, really.

Here is what I think about it, and my response to their crowing and spinning.