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Shed Happens

Vanessa from Kent is a receptionist at an insurance company. She gets the chance to choose between City Boy Thomas from Redmond and Country Boy Carl from Shelton. Thomas thinks he’s got this one all wrapped up because he has passes to Watershed and a room at the Winery next store to the Gorge. He…

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Almond Groves of the US Navy

When you love the service, you want to tell everyone else about the great experiences that you've had. And recruiting is a great way to share your experiences and help others find theirs. The sailor in today's salute does both of these things: Today we salute HM2 Almond Groves of the United States Navy. HM2…

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Can You Get Second-Hand Cholesterol?

Aaron from Sumner has written to Fitz for help with his girlfriend Meagan. Meagan has decided to become a vegan which Aaron says he respects but she has become really pushy about it. He says she has gotten very rigid and is trying to control what he eats. He says she didn’t come to it…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode # 74 Thursday 08/01/2019

Ahhh the “comfortable sounds” of Fitz in the Morning! Can you feel it? Our First Call of the Day is from Barry All Day Every Day who has some float trip advice. What Are You Kidding Me!?: a woman gets stuck in an overturned portable toilet in a wind storm, and a tour bus in…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode # 73 Wednesday 07/31/2019

Like all parents everywhere, Fitz is counting down the days until school starts. First Call of the Day: Bobbie from Darrington is fixin’ to go fishin’. What Are You Kidding Me: A woman in Pittsburgh peed on some potatoes in a Wal-Mart; a woman in England marries her dog. The Kids Are Not Alright: Nearly…

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Latest Coronavirus News

How life imitated art with COVID-19 pandemic and the ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ finale

John P. Johnson/courtesy of HBO(LOS ANGELES) — We’ve reported that The Simpsons takes the cake among long-running shows that seemingly prophetically predicted some major real-life events, but the real-life world of COVID-19 came into play regarding the season 10 finale of Curb Your Enthusiasm. The episode centers on Larry David’s alter-ego Larry David opening a pop-up coffee shop called Latte Larry’s to spite another coffee shop …

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Terrence McNally, Tony-winning playwright, dead at 81 from COVID-19 complications

Bruce Glikas/WireImage(NEW YORK) — Terrence McNally, the Tony-winning playwright whose works include Master Class and Love! Valour! Compassion!, has died at 81 from complications of the COVID-19 coronavirus, Variety reports.  McNally’s age and medical history — he had the chronic lung condition COPD and was a lung cancer survivor — made him particularly susceptible to the respiratory illness.  Variety reports …

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Anxiety, depression expected to spike amid global COVID-19 pandemic

ROBYN BECK/AFP via Getty Images(NEW YORK) — As Americans grapple with isolation due to social distancing or self-quarantining to stop the spread of COVID-19, mental health officials warn of the negative repercussions such isolation may have on the psyche.  With some states, such as New York, offering forms of free mental health services to counteract this — it is likely …

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