7 PM: Former U.S. attorney Jenny Durkan is entering the Seattle mayoral race, The Tacoma News Tribune editorial board encouraged people to run for local office because there are far too many uncontested elections. The guys agree this is a little naïve, Under a new state law, domestic violence victims would be notified if their abuser tried to buy a gun, Puyallup High School students are protesting the dress code they say is sexist, A Seattle theater is under fire for an audition notice some are calling racist and sexist. Jason says people are being overly sensitive, Zak questions the sincerity of the theater’s apology.
Originally aired: Thursday, May 11, 2017
8 PM: Jason is worried he won't be able to bring his Microsoft Surface on the plane when he flies to Europe, A nearly all-white church on Fox Island is offering their members a class to teach them about white privilege, Oregon could become the first state that would allow people to select "non-binary" as a gender option for their license, Unmarried couples in the Puget Sound region are buying homes together as prices continue to soar, The guys are skeptical of a study suggesting almost all income growth takes place in the first ten years of a person's career, There's a new app called Allset coming to Seattle. It aims to cut down restaurant wait times significantly by allowing people to make reservations, order and pay before even arriving at the restaurant.