Big Adventure Steve
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Jan 30, 2015 Big Adventure Steve commented on Eat Like a Local.
Another vote for La Conasupo -- great quesadillas for lunch.
Oct 8, 2014 Big Adventure Steve commented on All Six Branches of Bill the Butcher Are Suddenly Closed.
@21 and @24 -- good to hear. The stuff in his case looked tasty, but I was on a desperate hombow mission and could not be spare more than a glance.
Oct 8, 2014 Big Adventure Steve commented on All Six Branches of Bill the Butcher Are Suddenly Closed.
I don't recall seeing any fresh meat when I walked by BB Ranch in the market this past weekend. Lots of smoked bones and sausages and other processed stuff, but nothing fresh. Kinda surprising for a "full service" butcher...
Jul 29, 2014 Big Adventure Steve commented on Sarah Palin Strip-Mines Her Dwindling Power with a Subscription TV Channel.
I'm not sure why anyone considers this a "television channel". It's a subscription website with some videos.
Apr 15, 2014 Big Adventure Steve commented on Do You Have a Favorite Demolition Derby?.
Another vote for the combine demolition derby in Lind!
Jan 28, 2014 Big Adventure Steve commented on Today's Calendar: Oysters, Von Stuck, and Emo Expansionists.
The oyster bus has been sold out for months. :/
Jan 16, 2014 Big Adventure Steve commented on The Seattle Archipelago.
Oh crap! KM Alexander's book The Stars Were Right (released last year), set in the distant future, includes a sunken watery Seattle AND a tunneler stuck under it. The guy is some kind of oracle.

http://www.amazon.com/Stars-Were-Right-K…
Nov 12, 2013 Big Adventure Steve commented on I Believe That Children Are Our Future.
I'd be hard-pressed to even call Toys R Us a toy store. It's more like a branding indoctrination center.
Oct 31, 2013 Big Adventure Steve commented on In Which the Seattle Times' Sharon Pian Chan Accuses Me of Being a Racist.
The federal minimum wage in 1975 was $2/hr, which (with inflation) is roughly equivalent to Washington's current minimum wage.