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The Slice archive for July 30, 2011


There must be a name for it 

Let's say you had been looking at a news website or some other online offering that has a fair amount of clicking options on one page. You decide you're done for the moment. But just as you are logging off your computer -- in the…

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I gotcher endorsement right here 

When inclined to grumble about one of The Spokesman-Review's editorial positions or political endorsements, I sometimes think of Ed. Ed was the sports editor at the small newspaper where I started my so-called career. A proud University of Missouri grad, he was a bit of…

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Sweet onions used to be a real treat 

Now? I don't know. It seems like onions labeled as "sweet" are available pretty much all year. Only none of them are quite as mind-blowing as the truly amazing ones from 20 or 30 years ago. Remember? There were, of course, the Walla Walla onions.…

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