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July 28, 2004


KIRO has all the restaurant inspection violation date here. If you page through, you'll see restaurants like Toi and 5 Spot as well as Las Margaritas and Nibbana Thai--two eateries near my office that I eat at all the time. Or at least used to.

Posted by jay at July 28, 2004 10:43 AM | TrackBack
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My reaction to this post makes me think of a movie scene (I blame society):

[Debbi, Archie and Duke leave to find J. Frank Parnell breaking into the Chevy Malibu]

Debbi: Hey what the fuck are you doing with our car?

J. Frank Parnell: Your car?

Archie: Yeah!

J. Frank Parnell: Are you sure? This looks like my car. Are there pecan pies in the back seat?

Archie: Not any more. We ate 'em.

Duke: Shut up, Archie.

Archie: You shut up.

Duke: You're still here?

J. Frank Parnell: My car looks just like this. But this is yours, your car?

Archie: Yeah, four eyes.

J. Frank Parnell: Of course... What's in the trunk?

Duke: What do you mean?

J. Frank Parnell: You don't even know what's in your own trunk.

Debbi: Kill him, Duke!

J. Frank Parnell: You know what? I think you're afraid to find out.

Debbi: Kill him.

Archie: Come on, Duke, you putty butt, kill him.

Duke (sounding like he's doing a bad imitation of Jimmy Cagney): I ain't afraid of nothin', see.

J. Frank Parnell: It's all right. I don't blame you for being afraid.

Duke: I said I ain't afraid of nothing. I kill people like you.

J. Frank Parnell: Oh well. I guess you're right. It's better not to look.

Posted by: Gary on July 28, 2004 09:32 PM

Hey! KIRO has changed the presentation of this information, if I'm not mistaken. Earlier, there were four categories--greatest number of violation points, greatest number of points in a single visit, um--what were the other two? Now there's just an alphabetical list of restaurants.

Posted by: Gary on July 30, 2004 08:22 AM

Revenge of the advertisers, I'd guess... just making it harder to get grossed out.

Posted by: jay on July 30, 2004 09:30 AM
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