Regrets: Do You Have A Few?

Jul 18, 2014

Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes bought pot in the city's first licensed store on opening day -- and then brought it back to his office.
Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes bought pot in the city's first licensed store on opening day -- and then brought it back to his office.
Credit KUOW Photo/Michael Clinard

Some Microsoft employees probably regret not taking that other job offer. Seattle’s city attorney regrets bringing his pot to work. Should a Seattle theater company regret not casting any Asian American actors for its current show? And you'll regret it if you take I-90 westbound into Seattle next week.

What else do you regret? And how would you tell your younger self to avoid regrets?

Bill Radke reviews the week’s news and asks about the personal regrets of his guests: Crosscut's Knute Berger, C.R. Douglas of Q13 FOX News and KUOW's Deborah Wang.

Plus, special guests Luke Burbank, Roger Tang of Seattle’s Asian American Theatre Revue and Geekwire’s Todd Bishop.

Read some of the regrets listeners shared with us on social media. 

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