Guest Post: Green plumbing in the home

Green plumbing in the home Green plumbing in a house is a key element of green living. From simple tips to innovative appliances, the term comprises the many ways in which homeowners can reduce their carbon footprint and improve the energy efficiency of their homes. Green plumbing covers a wide

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Top posts of 2011

Pacific Northwest-Coast Bias had a great year. But what articles did readers enjoy the most? 5. ┬áRedmond is the most expensive Washington city to live in – Were you like me and thought Bellevue was the most expensive city in Washington? 4. US Debt-to-GDP Ratio– Deservedly, the US got downgraded

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People of Walmart

I don’t venture into Walmart very often, but on a field visit this summer, I snapped this beauty… Slippers? Check Exposed boxers? Check Half-used cigarette behind the ear? Check Unless I’m short of blog material, I’m not going back anytime soon.

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Letters of Note: Missive from Tanzania

“May I use this opportunity to introduce myself to you.” It’s a common intro to a Nigerian 419 scam, but I’ve never seen it in physical print. That is, until I opened my mailbox last night to this envelope with a stamp from Tanzania. The letter was sent from Dar

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