Happy Father’s Day to the rock of our family

Readers rave about rescued dog, King County Water Taxi Shuttle, dad on Father’s Day; rant about checking penknife at Safeco, cellphone call during “Wonder Woman,” TV banners, road rage stalker, cyclists on sidewalk

RAVE For my wonderful husband on Father’s Day and his birthday! You’re our rock and take care of us year around, so cheers to you, Papa Bear, on your special day.

RANT To Safeco Field for making me check my small penknife at the gate. It’s not a machete, it’s a penknife. Have you noticed that I can buy a baseball bat when I get inside?

RAVE To the King County Water Taxi Shuttle for the wonderful service around West Seattle. The drivers are incredible; on our trip, they checked in with every passenger, were great tour guides to the tourists, and were so pleasant and friendly. Thanks to the drivers and King County Metro for this great resource!

RANT To TV stations running banners, crawlers and logos on the bottom third of the screen so we watch a putt disappear into the banner or have a pop-up ad interrupt a program.

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RANT AND RAVE Rant to the moron sitting behind me who called his wife to loudly check with her during a “Wonder Woman” screening. Rave to the other patrons who quickly told the clueless jerk to take it outside, though he claimed “it was important.” Another rant to the patron texting. The movie was fabulous fun, BTW.

RANT Why hasn’t the Seattle City Council decided that for all they do for bike ridership in Seattle, they should require bicycles to be licensed for a fee?

RANT AND RAVE Rant to the speeding bicyclist who almost run me down on the sidewalk as I walked out of an office building. He could have severely injured someone who couldn’t get out of the way fast enough. There were others riding there, too; we need rules for bikers on sidewalks! Rave to the woman walking her bicycle on that same busy sidewalk.

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