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    I live close to a large nature park that borders...

    I live close to a large nature park that borders on Lake Washington; there are also several smaller lake front parks nearby. And my property has plenty of trees and foliage, which is one of many...
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    A little. Some people use spray bottles. I don't...

    A little. Some people use spray bottles. I don't fear fat, I just don't like dealing with vats of used oil.

    This recipe uses a couple of tablespoons:
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    They seem to be having way too much fun. My...

    They seem to be having way too much fun.

    My appliance isn't one of the hive-shaped ones, but a regular counter-top oven with air-fry capability. I ordered one like bae's--a Breville--but had...
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    That looks wonderful for ramblers and adventurers...

    That looks wonderful for ramblers and adventurers alike. I'll pass the link along.
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    If I were going to install upper cabinets, I...

    If I were going to install upper cabinets, I would choose some with glass fronts (and lots of colorful dishes to go in them). But I vastly prefer a pantry of some kind to cabinets into which food can...
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    Trump checked out of COVID oversight nearly from...

    Trump checked out of COVID oversight nearly from the beginning; he isn't even pretending to care these days.
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    I had a bottle of gingerade kombucha yesterday. A...

    I had a bottle of gingerade kombucha yesterday. A treat!
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    It's your place; suit yourself. Emulate the unit...

    It's your place; suit yourself. Emulate the unit that delights you.
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    "Mask of shame." Words fail me.

    "Mask of shame."
    Words fail me.
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    Certainly, but that doesn't negate the fact that...

    Certainly, but that doesn't negate the fact that we need "outliers" to progress.

    I think of the Australian doctor, Barry Marshall, who discovered that helicobacter was a cause of peptic ulcers,...
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    And sometimes, as in the case of Ignaz Semmelweis...

    And sometimes, as in the case of Ignaz Semmelweis or Frances Oldham Kelsey, those outliers are vindicated.
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    I believe there are real, historical people who...

    I believe there are real, historical people who have been proclaimed saints by the Catholic church. In my genealogical ramblings, I discovered a saint or two lurking in my family tree, supposedly....
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    That's not a bad brand name. I kind of like...

    That's not a bad brand name. I kind of like Roselinlin, but a quick perusal of Amazon came up with IWOLLENCE, Farktop, USDisc't, NEYOUQE, MordenMiss, LOFBAZ, and BLENCOT. There are a billion of them.
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    I second this idea; I have a large thermal carafe...

    I second this idea; I have a large thermal carafe that's worth its weight in gold.
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    Chinese company names are often nonsensical;...

    Chinese company names are often nonsensical; witness my canvas bag from Hozee. :D There's a business opportunity for someone who can convince them that a well-thought-out trademark is a valuable...
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    An electric kennel? For hot dogs? :D Unlike...

    An electric kennel? For hot dogs? :D

    Unlike many of you, I've rarely met a kitchen gadget I wouldn't give a tryout in my lilliputian kitchen. My new electric kettle features a variety of...
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    Tell overwhelmed health care workers that COVID...

    Tell overwhelmed health care workers that COVID is not a disaster. I dare you.
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    The infant ensemble is perfect--even off the...

    The infant ensemble is perfect--even off the little nipper.

    The spice cabinet is rustic and elegant at the same time!
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    Fried eggs, sausage, bacon, and sourdough toast.

    Fried eggs, sausage, bacon, and sourdough toast.
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    There's a lot to be said for having a union.

    There's a lot to be said for having a union.
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    "If you only had one day, or one week, or one...

    "If you only had one day, or one week, or one month to live....what would you do?"

    Read faster. :D
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    I'd like to winnow down to nothing, then maybe...

    I'd like to winnow down to nothing, then maybe add a few back.
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    My idea of simplicity is an absence of...

    My idea of simplicity is an absence of obligations; at least that's my major goal.
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    I'm with you. I think it was someone here who...

    I'm with you. I think it was someone here who posted a link to, or picture of a Scandinavian apartment once that had all the warmth and personality of a meat locker. I'm not a fan of tchotchkes for...
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    Dr. Fauci opined that the next two months will be...

    Dr. Fauci opined that the next two months will be the most dangerous so far in the pandemic.
    I also just read that studies show around 75% of COVID survivors have lingering symptoms six months or...
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