Friday, January 14, 2011

The Stranger puts it in perspective

It's one of the more deliciously provocative facts of life in Seattle: You never know what the caffeine-addled scribes at The Stranger will come up with for their next cover. The Stranger, one of the two necessary Seattle altweeklies, doesn't disappoint this week. Its current cover — a smart tweak on the SarahPAC graphic that symbolically targeted Democrats in vulnerable districts — puts Saturday's events in Tucson and their possible spur into an inescapable historical perspective. Don't look away. You've probably already lived through all of it. And you'd probably prefer not having to do anything like it again.

Image credit: Cover design by Dan Savage and Aaron Huffman.

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