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Mark Hoppen May 1, 2013 at 10:19 am
I'm with you Brent, except in one respect. Perhaps the Sonics would have stayed in Seattle ifRead More leadership, both Wasington State and Seattle, had generated a committed vision for a stadium. At the time, our local capacity for action was nil. Sacramento, today, has generated a serious, committed effort in an incredibly short time led by a mayor. Imagine that! So, noting that distinction, Howard, David, and even Clay, are kind of absolved. The threshold criterion in Stern's mind is the will to act on an arena. In that sense, he appears consistent. As for Howard, on one hand he appears to have had his one great imaginative idea when he opened the latte site. Hansen, on the other hand, is a creative generator. I still think a team will emerge, if not now, relatively soon, say within two years.
Karen Olson May 1, 2013 at 12:29 pm
I am so pleased and appreciative of this terrific group, led by our wonderfully focused ChrisRead More Hansen-you are keeping our hearts, souls, and dreams alive for our future NBA Basketball Team!! We will persevere! No fear-even if it is a few years off-this may be just a warm up for the final steps necessary to bring our Sonics Home!!! They are coming! One of your biggest fan and supporter!! Karen
Mark Jasinski August 16, 2013 at 03:38 pm
Any way to dump the annoying, deceptive, and potentially destructive Mackeeper ad? See thisRead More apple.com users forum for info: https://discussions.apple.com/docs/DOC-3691
Jeanne Gustafson April 16, 2013 at 06:28 pm
I really appreciate you sharing your perspective, Mary Ann, and I would definitely agree that BostonRead More appears to have been as well-prepared to deal with what happened yesterday as any city could hope to be. The sheer numbers of yellow vested individuals--whether they were race volunteers or authorities--is a testament to the quick and efficient response. That does not take away from the chaos and fear that people experiencing the blasts and the immediate aftermath experienced, but I have the distinct sense that without the efforts of the city and race organizers, the tragedy would have been much larger.
Mary Ann Saunders Marin, RN, BSN April 16, 2013 at 11:11 pm
Jeanne, your response is a much more accurate description of what happened in Boston on PatriotsRead More Day. There was chaos and sheer terror at the two bomb sites. Today's morbid accounting attests to that; there were 3 fatalities from the bombings, an 8 year old boy from Dorchester (a Boston neighborhood), a 29 year old woman from Arlington, and a Boston University graduate student. To add to that, the current official count of those injured who received hospital care stands at 173 with 59 already discharged from hospitals. Two city blocks of horror and carnage does not reflect the headline assigned to this article. "The whole city was in chaos," is a very inaccurate accounting of the day's tragedy. While Bostonians are sharing the world's expressed sadness over this tragedy, the City of Boston is much larger, and yes, much stronger than this headline indicates. All injured and suffering persons deserve more respect than is reflected in this headline. Perhaps it is more of a personal response to the moment rather than an accurate description of external events.
Connie Carson April 17, 2013 at 06:45 am
I read the MI Patch, and SFGate, (as a native San Franciscan.) Sometimes the headlines disturb me.Read More It does in this case. More care needs to be taken that it reflects the reality. Our family in Boston emailed they were OK, and in talking to them the city was not in chaos. On the contrary, things were handled very well considering the horrific situation. The Patch, as well as any other publications need to take care in writing headlines. My only training in journalism was in high school, we would have received an F for this reporting. Respectively, Connie Carson
Brad H. February 7, 2013 at 03:28 pm
great news!!
JACK SQUAT February 7, 2013 at 07:31 pm
steven hess February 16, 2013 at 07:59 pm
Oh my god. I am all in. I miss my team so much. It would mean the world to. Go Sonics.