Kevconpat 5 hours, 45 minutes ago on Poll: Opposing gun measures both have majority support

I'm wondering if this will end up in a classic west vs east Cascade Curtain vote? Ya think!? Stay tuned friends.

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Kevconpat 1 week, 4 days ago on Research finds many Internet trolls are ‘everyday sadists’

Dear namvet, I am saying anyone who repeatedly, rudely and often hysterically sometimes with exclamation marks..... labels anyone, including me a bigot or discriminatory because my mindset,(opinion) is different from someone else's and visa versa is a 'troll'. They thrive on conflict. They love to see it in print. namvet- I respect ones differences of opinion without getting snarky or rude. Trolls jump out, attack and use demeaning words against the person they disagree with. Their sense of disagreeing is exaggerated to the extreme, appearing to want to insult and humiliate their opponent. There are the usual suspects; (trolls) on the UB's letters to the editors everyday. We all know who they are. Ok, it is my opinion that we all know who they are. Kevin Patterson

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Kevconpat 1 week, 5 days ago on Research finds many Internet trolls are ‘everyday sadists’

Interesting. This finding say's so much. Sometime last year when I stated, (along with many others) that WA. citizens should be served and treated equally when a business owner otherwise claims they should be able to pick and choose to whom to do public business with because of their religiously held beliefs, I was called a bigot and discriminatory against those person(s) holding that mind set. The trolls jumped and had a field day against me, which I simply ignored. I said my peace and they, their troll like scathing opinions. I think this was a perfect example of the trolls coming out from under their places of hiding. Let's make this clear; as a Christian I believe in ones tenets as sacred. As for those who are not Christian I also believe in their right to their own beliefs as well. We live in an democracy. This is the USA. There's room for all of us. I just think, (my opinion) that in a public setting, let's say a flower shop, a bridal shop, a coffee shop, a machine shop.... if the business owner conducts / practices business to any individual(s) he or she must be open to conduct equally business with all person(s) coming in to their place of business. Your sacredly held tenets are still yours at home, like minded family, friends, associates and in your place of worship. There the rules are different. You can legally choose with whom you wish to be with, serve and so forth. SCOTUS has made this pretty clear, though this might be changing soon. Kevin Patterson

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Kevconpat 2 weeks, 2 days ago on Letter - Putin brings to light God-spoken principals

Mr. Miller, you have 'company' in that you and Mr. Conetto both admire Vladimir Putin. BTW, My daughter and two grandchildren are very much loved by me and my Husband. Oh Yeah and NOT in the sick way that you associate with Gay's. Really!? Pedophilia is an acute sickness in some human beings, period. Where did you scrape up your information from!? You are entitled to your opinions, but not your own facts. Finally I am NOT equating Mr. Conetto with Mr Miller's views on pedophilia, only that both men seem to desire friendship with Putin. Go for it- No sarcasm here!

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Kevconpat 2 weeks, 5 days ago on Letter - Real names should be used on U-B website posts

Why not sign off with ones true name? For all of us who enjoy reading letters to the editor and one who has from time to time sent in my own, I have no problem. My name is out there and I have been 'bugged' a bit on my opinions to my face......so what! Toughen up. If one is harassed call the police.

Kevin Patterson-Sluga

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Kevconpat 3 weeks, 1 day ago on Appeals court orders new trial in Walla Walla murder case

This most certainly was a public trial. The rules were satisfied and the doors were locked for security at a set time. Tardiness has never stopped revenge! The security concern was not a made up fantasy, rather a real danger by outside spectators; i.e. gang supporters. Is this not compelling enough? I do not see the prejudice here, but I do see stupidity by the three judges handing down this absurd directive. Weighing the overall safety of the proceedings was all that sitting Superior Judge Schacht was doing. For cryin' out loud.

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Kevconpat 3 weeks, 1 day ago on Unanimous Supreme Court bolsters domestic-violence gun ban

Absolutely the right decision. I support 100% the second amendment however; If you're an abusive spouse, convicted of domestic abuse why in the hell should you have the right to a firearm!? Common sense, something the Supreme Court almost never serves up unanimously.

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