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    I like Crocs too, for supportive, roomy,...

    I like Crocs too, for supportive, roomy, comfortable every day wear.
  2. Rackham's illustration of Rossetti's Goblin...

    Rackham's illustration of Rossetti's Goblin Market was a favorite of mine. Thanks for a new (to me) list of illustrators to peruse.
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    I think so. A friend sent several pictures, all...

    I think so. A friend sent several pictures, all different, of cakes with grass, mushrooms, etc.
  4. You're right, of course, but I live in the US,...

    You're right, of course, but I live in the US, where toxic white nationalism a la Stephen Miller is rampant, so that's where my mind goes. And I'm inclined to think cultural appropriation is mostly...
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    Would you like a little foliage with your...

    Would you like a little foliage with your dessert?
    I don't know who the artist is, but this is lovely (though maybe not as appetizing as it otherwise would be...)

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    I walked one in Bellevue once. The one in...

    I walked one in Bellevue once. The one in Vancouver looks shady and tranquil.
  7. My favorite artists are illustrators--Charley...

    My favorite artists are illustrators--Charley Harper, James Christensen, B Kliban, Arthur Rackham, Mary Engelbreit, and many others. Most "fine art" bores me to tears.
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    Most slippers have indoor/outdoor soles these...

    Most slippers have indoor/outdoor soles these days, I've found. I like washable ones.
  9. I noted in another thread that I'm currently...

    I noted in another thread that I'm currently reading Breath from Salt, by Bijal Trivedi, chronicle of the quest for a treatment or cure for cystic fibrosis. What became increasingly clear as I read...
  10. I've noted that the knuckle-dragging thugs...

    I've noted that the knuckle-dragging thugs involved seem to target elderly Asians who have trouble fighting back. So brave of them. >:(
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    Oregon also grows truffles (under trees) and...

    Oregon also grows truffles (under trees) and psilocybin mushrooms.
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    We grow all kinds here; we have bulb farms. I've...

    We grow all kinds here; we have bulb farms. I've even visited one. Here's one in lovely King County:
    https://www.leonineiris.com/
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    You forgot the Giant Pacific Octopus and the...

    You forgot the Giant Pacific Octopus and the Murder Hornets.
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    That is good news. I always worry about those...

    That is good news. I always worry about those people who don't have a mild case; there are far too many of them.
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    A snow globe.

    A snow globe.
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    I just put in an Amazon Fresh order--kumquats!...

    I just put in an Amazon Fresh order--kumquats!
    OK, that's not exactly dinner. I'm pretty sure my next dinner will be eggs, breakfast sausage, and corned beef hash.
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    I think my forebears settled there for a time. Or...

    I think my forebears settled there for a time. Or maybe it was North Dakota.
    The population density would be a draw...:)
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    Skamania County makes shooting Sasquatch a crime....

    Skamania County makes shooting Sasquatch a crime. It was a felony but has been watered down since.
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    I think that 30% figure is just for California; I...

    I think that 30% figure is just for California; I understand the national rate is about 10%. Of course, that could have changed.
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    Maybe we should append a disclaimer of the kind generally seen on Op-ed pages.to the bottom of our posts, so we can glance at it after reading a particularly global assertion.:D
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    The spaghetti with meat sauce was delayed, then...

    The spaghetti with meat sauce was delayed, then morphed into a vaguely Asian-inspired noodle dish with beef, leeks, peppers, onions, garlic, ginger, scallions, sesame oil, and a dash of soy sauce....
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    But the whole Portland area is engulfed in...

    But the whole Portland area is engulfed in wildfire smoke and awash in armed and dangerous Antifa fighters. All the buildings are aflame. ;) And, if you're homophobic, Portland has the second-highest...
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    Medical consensus seems to be that we need to...

    Medical consensus seems to be that we need to follow established guidelines until the majority of the population is vaccinated, which sounds like it will be this summer.
  24. Turning our backs on blatantly racist materials...

    Turning our backs on blatantly racist materials left over from a previous era doesn't bother me--unless it's being studied as a bad example. I've said before I'm not a Seuss fan, so that part doesn't...
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    Trump's lazy laissez-faire non-response to...

    Trump's lazy laissez-faire non-response to COVID--and then pitting state governments against each other and the federal government) to get what little PPE was available without ramping up production...
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