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Every Story Has at Least Two Sides

The Seattle Times has an excellent article that sheds light on the fact that there is more than one account of events on Friday evening. I also did an interview with Kiro TV news that must have been aired because I have heard that some people saw me (I’ll put up a link if the video shows up). The Seattle PI also has a story that mentions the controversy. Its good to know that I had a part in getting out the truth (or at least the truth the best I can recount it). It would have been pretty depressing if everyone remained under the impression that the story they heard yesterday was exactly what happened.

4 Responses to “Every Story Has at Least Two Sides”

  1. Bernie Zimmermann Says:

    I was able to follow through on my previous comment. I’ve put the video (in HD quality, no less) up on Vimeo here:

    The audio track is a little out-of-sync with the video, but that’s ’cause I haven’t honed in on my video transcoding skills yet. :)

    Feel free to embed it, download it, or do whatever you want with it.

    It was cool seeing you on TV!

  2. Ryan Says:

    Thanks Bernie! Just a short little bit of the interview was used, but I’m super impressed with the high quality of that video!

  3. The Cycling Dude Says:

    A Very Disturbing Critical Mass Story out of Seattle…

    As regular readers know from March of 2003 to November of 2005 I extensively wrote about the movement called Critical Mass, my own troubling experience of it, and my debates with those who founded the movement, and support it. I…

  4. Ryan Says:

    Or, on Q13 Fox, just one side. What a lame excuse for journalism that was.

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