My Knitting and My Life (hopelessly intertwined)
The final day of publication for my beloved Seattle P-I. I learned to read with the P-I, and it's always been my favorite newspaper. Who's going to keep Seattle honest now?
And I so am not going to read an online newspaper. Bah!
I am going to miss the recipes! They always had great recipes in the local section. What? Do I have to buy a cookbook now?
Why not, you read trashy star blogs online? And when do you ever read the PI other then when you're in Seattle? Now, you have a good reason to do so.
Thanks Pia aka Debbie Downer. I read the PI every single day of my life from the age of 5 until I moved to this godforsaken newspaper town. "Pretty Good Paper" indeed! And I would have read the PI every day HERE if I could have gotten it. So fie on you! And Lis, their recipes were good, I agree. Maybe there is a PI cookbook?
why couldn't it have been the Times? boo....
I'm NOT being a Debbie Downer, I am pointing out that you can still read it in an on-line version. And probably still get the recipes. Just saying... Besides, I thought BZ was the techno-phob, not you.
Pia Irene - you of all people should know that holding a newspaper (with a cup of coffee and a piece of pie for breakfast) will NEVER be replaced by a cold, heartless screen - and of course you can trust EVERYTHING you read on-line . . .
exactly. Until you can also read the online version on the potty, I'm boycotting.
I will so miss the quick little gossip/hollywood section in Life & Arts page 2. BOO...fucking...hiss.
hey, hey, hey, I am innocently sitting here and getting thrown under the bus just the same...don't pick on the blind kid.
we still love ya Zaide, even if you are incapable of blogging.
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