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"You guys join your chili brethren in there"; the funniest thing I've heard all week!
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Got some harvesting to do. Wheatgrass shot anyone?
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Great piece about Harborview. 
The scenes described in Tyrone Beason's Pacific Northwest Magazine story, "Inside Harborview: An elite team fights to mend broken bodies and minds," were reported over a series of authorized visits to Harborview Medical Center's Emergency Department. Patients who are identified in the story and ...
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Ever thought the quality of your immune system depended on how diverse and populated the bacteria in your gut was? That bacteria is often referred to as our second brain - fascinating stuff:
A CALORIE is a calorie. Eat too many and spend too few, and you will become obese and sickly. This is the conventional wisdom. But increasingly, it looks too...
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Increasingly we're hearing that more 21st century conditions and ailments are associated to how well evolved our intestinal flora is (or isn't as the case may be). Here's another perspective: 
Moving the American Gut Project to a biotech hub like San Diego may speed the jump from basic research to real treatments. At least that's microbe tracker Rob Knight's plan.
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Thought a check list was a waste of time? Think again - it could rescue the health system...
Our medical systems are broken. Doctors are capable of extraordinary (and expensive) treatments, but they are losing their core focus: actually treating people. Doctor and writer Atul Gawande suggests we take a step back and look at new ways to do medicine — with fewer cowboys and more pit crews.
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Our dinner time view last night at Ray's. 
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Quite probably not written by a Scot and a view not to be surprised at seeing as it come from the Economist but enlightening all the same...
SCHOOLCHILDREN once imagined their place in the world, with its complex networks and allegiances, by writing elaborate postal addresses. British youngsters began...
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pretty good coverage:
IN 1991, when Soviet Communism collapsed, it seemed as if the Russian people might at last have the chance to become citizens of a normal Western democracy. Vladimir...
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'Lost in Moscow' chronicles our travels and experiences, whether it be making bubbles in the tub without the aid of a mouth or horseback riding in Kyrgyzstan.

Since 2001 Liz and I traveled through the UK, Europe, Moscow and the former Soviet Union. Then we got married, adopted two cats, had Charlotte, returned to the west in 2005 and settled in Chicago. In 2007 Dorothy came along and all evidence of sleep completely disappeared again, but she's an entertainer so it was worth it! Then in 2010 work brought us to Seattle and we're absolutely loving this new and beautiful city and it's surrounding landscape. 

Over the last few years we've made friends far and wide so with the aid of the internets ;) we're grateful to be able to keep in touch. Thanks for visiting!
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Survived meconium, nipple confusion and toddler pissy fits.
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I used to go to this place before it changed hands. Very mediocre.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Of the 5 reviews currently on this sham of a business, 4 of them are from the owner. It's incredible how bad the customer service is in this place. My first impression was bad - the guy who served me couldn't have acted liked he cared less. When I collected the repair item two weeks later and was told it was over $50 I couldn't believe it; I could have fixed this myself for $5, why would I waste $50?! I was offered an apology but the assistant then started defending herself and arguing with me. That's not an apology nor is that acceptable customer service. Honestly I wasn't impressed with the selection either. There's nothing extraordinary about this place, only unbelievably poor service.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
More like "run of the mill" burgers. Nothing extraordinary here but hype.
Food: Poor - FairDecor: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Love it, especially because it's quiet, super clean and great service: every time!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Heads up everyone: the menu has changed recently (June 2014) and sadly all the portions are tiny. Literally, the amount of chips I got looked like a third of what they'd previously serve up. The kids portions ($6) were just as absurd. Our server organized two extra chunks of fish but frankly it was disappointing. Also, the coleslaw was brown and tasted old. This was our local go-to so I guess we're now looking for a replacement.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
We used to like this place but the mind blowing absence of fresh fish and consistently soggy oily chips just got tiresome - and expensive.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago