The Slice archive for Jan. 2012

TUESDAY, JAN. 31, 2012




But what about the children?

You have to feel sorry for certain Spokane area teens this winter. With no bitterly cold temperatures, they haven't had a chance to assert their burgeoning personhood by wearing shorts on subzero days. Poor kids. But maybe they have come up with other ways of...

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Maybe it should be held here every year

Or not. But coverage of the recently completed U.S. Figure Skating Championships in San Jose suggests that expecting consistently big crowds and huge TV numbers for this annual event might be a thing of the past. Except, I suppose, if it is held in Spokane...

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It's sort of fun to say "Cow Cow" 

www.wallawalladrazanphotos.blogspot.com Was looking for photos of old milk bottles and came across this. I'll bet that was good. Anyway, the point I had intended to make had something to do with the connection between dairy farms and transporting milk in glass bottles and the tradition...

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PTSD Lite

After being involved in an arduous residential move, it takes a while before that ripping sound of packing tape being unspooled doesn't make you shudder.

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MONDAY, JAN. 30, 2012







Rise of the machines

Are you one of those parents who reject real names when it comes to deciding what to call a newborn? Well, here's a possibility. I was looking at a grocery store receipt and noticed something up at the top. Right beneath the date and time,...

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