The Slice archive for June 2013

SUNDAY, JUNE 30, 2013

Who is more delusional?

The person who assumes that the individuals to blame for anything bad that happens in Spokane must be out-of-towners or recently moved here...or...the person who believes 87% of Spokane adults are named in outstanding warrants.

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FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 2013

Coming in Saturday's Slice column

You know, I can't really remember what's in it. I wrote that Wednesday. I'm working on next Tuesday's at the moment. I can, however, tell you that I have no memory of experiencing a Ralphie moment while cobbling it together. You know, that's when the...

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If you sent an email or text that might be construed as a demand and the recipient replied that way, would you assume that person is a World War II buff?

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You might love hot weather if...

A) You are under the impression that the Spokane area has hard winters. B) You actually do jump in a lake. C) You have air-conditioning. D) You enjoy opportunities to walk around with not much on. E) You are solar powered. F) Lizards on rocks...

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The myth of the family bigot

We've all heard the one about every extended family including someone who occasionally spouts bigoted or socially insensitive remarks, embarrassing everyone within earshot. Sure. That may or may not be the case. But the notion that every family includes people who find such remarks embarrassing...

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Among my souvenirs

Somewhere in a box of miscellaneous memorabilia I have a baseball pitched by this guy in a game at Crosley Field when I was a kid. He was with the Reds then. The pitch was fouled right over the third-base dugout by Art Shamsky of...

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