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And may I just say how terribly upset I am that I cannot go into a salon in Washington state and have my scaly feet nibbled on by hungry, hungry fish. I suppose birds cleaning my teeth and tiny squirrels giving me facials are also out of the question.

Posted by PopTart | October 3, 2008 9:30 AM

Can't the fish be sanitized with bleach like anything else?

Posted by Banna | October 3, 2008 9:41 AM

little fishy dental dams?

Posted by infrequent | October 3, 2008 9:46 AM

Why is everyone still calling it WaMu? It is now Chase. Washington Mutual does not exist, it only still has it's signage up. You do not bank at Washington Mutual; you bank at Chase. Please make a note of it.

Posted by Andrew | October 3, 2008 9:59 AM

Re: Drug raids

Can you sue the judge who issued the warrant?

Posted by Mike in Renton | October 3, 2008 11:03 AM

The internet was down here last night so I couldn't comment, but the fact that 46% of respondents to the poll think Palin is qualified to be President still scares me. If she is qualified then almost anyone is.

I was hoping more would have been said how unsympathetic and down right crass she looked when Biden alluded to the death oh his first wife and daughter.

Posted by elswinger | October 3, 2008 11:11 AM

@7 i like it!

well, this illustrates an unfortunately common problem. the police just "know" the guy is guilty, even though they cannot prove it. they couldn't prove it in this case. were the guy actually innocent, i totally think the police should pay for the damages.

Brutsche's son, James Brutsche, was not charged in the case, according to court records. He later died in an explosion on the property.

but this guy probably was actually guilty, in the end. that makes it a little more difficult.

still, better the guilty go free than the innocent be falsely imprisoned... er... innocent not be paid for damages caused by an executed warrant.

Posted by infrequent | October 3, 2008 11:20 AM

I won't pay more than $1 for a song. I've checked my playlist for how many times I have listened to downloaded songs. A couple I have played a lot (10+ times) but the overall average (based on about 130 songs I've bought) came out to 1.3 times.

Posted by elswinger | October 3, 2008 11:42 AM

@8 I agree with you. Because I can buy just 1 song I'm paying for music I wouldn't have purchased if I'd had to buy the CD. Does that make sense or am I spouting gibberish again.

Posted by PopTart | October 3, 2008 12:24 PM

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