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• Posted by Christian Clemmensen
• Date: Tuesday, June 27, 2006, at 11:52 a.m.
• IP Address: bushisacriminal.filmtracks.com
• In Response to: Did you say you were going to Seattle? (Larry C)


> Bet you went to see the Giants vs. Mariners series.

Indeed. The Giants visit Seattle once every four years or so nowadays. The trip was a disaster, though, given that I got a severe case of "airplane ear" on the decent to sea level and couldn't hear anything for my first two days out there. It became so problematic that it gave me nausea and dizziness. And then the Giants lost all three games, which is not what Stella and I paid to see. At least Bonds homered... It was funny how actively Seattle is trying to woo Bonds for next year. The crowd actually cheered him when he rounded the bases.

And I still haven't gotten over the illness the trip caused... Not a good experience. Seattle was beautiful as always, though. I love that city. I even like the mist storms. Stella and I might buy a winter residence out there someday.


> Implement new settings, and THEN, ask for our feedback.

It would be too difficult to implement some changes at that point... I like hearing ideas, because I often get tunnel-vision through the everyday operation of the site and I sometimes miss obvious stuff.

Christian




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