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Only in the Pacific Northwest

This is a photo of the intersection where I pick up the bus every morning. I get there about 5:30 every morning, when this was taken. 383 more words

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Let the animals hunt

It’s fairly easy to (rightly) conclude that if you take care of an animal – feed it, give it shelter, etc. – that it will lose it’s desire and ability to fend for itself. 89 more words

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The trouble with fingernail polish

When you’re fingernails are painted, how do you know when they need to be clipped?

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Monty Python begat Bruce Jenner

I can’t say that Bruce Jenner’s life has risen to any level of interest for me. But when reminded of this conversation from “Life of Brian,” I thought it was a somewhat excellent summary of this whole chapter of life in America:

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"Our national game," by George "Pop" Friesch

A long time ago, my Dad gave me a scrapbook that was assembled by my late Grandfather, George Friesch. Or, “Pop,” as he was known by our family. 943 more words

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Lost art of critical thinking: healthcare

When the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was passed, we all know by now that Nancy Pelosi famously declared “we have to pass it to see what’s in it.” 612 more words

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Today's lesson: irony

The Washingon Education Association is currently enjoying days off under the guise of an illegal teacher’s strike in the State of Washington.

I was just looking at their Facebook page, which if full of pictures from the various strikes across the state. 612 more words

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