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Uncomfortable first-date movies


First dates are the worst, in my humble (expert) opinion, but one thing I've learned over the years is that nourishing that excruciating discomfort can be really fun, too, especially if it helps you learn more about your date. I happen to like odd movies that make a lot of people uncomfortable, and when looking for a mate, […]

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Budget Planning for 2017

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King County Library System has a long history of strong support from its community. As an independent taxing district, KCLS provides citizens who live within the district a direct voice in library funding. The message has consistently communicated that libraries are valuable and dynamic community institutions, and continuing support over the years demonstrates that residents […]

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How do you KNOW it’s a hoax? (or: How to outsmart the Internet)

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Whether it's the latest rumor about Facebook stealing your photos or the warning you got from a friend-of-a-friend about razorblades in the Hallowe'en candy, how do you know if it's bogus, outdated, or just plain wrong?   Here are few tips to help you OUTSMART THE INTERNET: 1. Consider the distance from the source, (or: Where did […]

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Presidential Debates Over- What Now?


With the presidential election coming up on November 8, there's still plenty of time to obsess over this poll and that poll. I prefer to spend my time worrying about the current and near future Supreme Court vacancies. After all, a presidential term (even two) is a drop in the bucket compared to the lifetime appointment […]

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