Dec 23, 2020 Sequim Gazette

City creates canopy tent program to help eateries

Don’t look for any sort of vibrant comment section where people share ideas on public policy.

Many Puget Sound area papers have stripped away all comments from past articles, and removed the opportunity to post comments to new articles.

Newspapers are suppressing online comment sections, getting away from asking questions related to public policy, and telling us they need more support from subscription and advertising sales while lining up for federal bailout cash.

Got it.

The article does not get into describing the medical advantages of the dining tent next to the dining building.

Because we said so is all you need to know.

Nice photo here.


Safety valves being removed – Forcing a one size fits all society


U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell promotes federal assistance for small newsrooms.

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Podcast 8 Senator Cantwell and the local press


Possibly of interest-

Fast food drive-thru:

It seems typical that the cashier, who handles cash, coins and cards-also places napkins in the to-go bag.

This really doesn’t seem to make sense even before current concerns Re: COVID-19.

Food handler card? Cross-contamination? Health Department? State of the art protocols practiced by global corporations, restaurant management professionals, etc. No one seems to notice.

More here:

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Killing Incentives in WA

WWII Generation Endured Rationing With Little Complaint

Now People Don’t Want to Listen About Not Traveling for Thanksgiving

The Press Is Weak – Newspaper Revenue Down Compared To 20 Years Ago

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Growing Up In The Cold War Era

Restricted Activities – Guilty Until Proven Innocent


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