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Re: “Caitlin Hofmeister puts failure in perspective on her new podcast, 'You're doing just fine'

Erika and Caitlin are both wonderful. Thanks for the interesting and forward article.

Posted by Kathleen Kimble on 03/23/2017 at 8:56 AM

Re: “On record: And Then Like Lions, by Blind Pilot

My apologies. I was unnecessarily rude.

Posted by Brian Sanders on 03/07/2017 at 8:17 PM

Re: “On record: And Then Like Lions, by Blind Pilot

So, you couldn't focus on the music you were reviewing? It was good, "highly polished, tightly produced", but you had other things on your mind and couldn't give it the proper amount of attention? Is that right?

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Posted by Dan Patterson on 03/07/2017 at 4:41 PM

Re: “La La Land glides by on superficial charm

Read your excellent review after paying to see it ,expected a blockbuster musical love story, ok Emma was ok ,but, even if we had seen it for free I still wouldn't give it a good night out rating, film left our party flat and unimpressed, even the dual ending was just irritating . wish we had gone to see something else even Lego batman.

Posted by Steve on 02/28/2017 at 11:53 AM

Re: “Talking Ursus arctos, from Glacier to Gobi, with Whitefish biologist Doug Chadwick

Grizzly bears and gobi bears are both a brown bear based on DNA. The grizzly bear got it's name from trappers, Native Americans and Lewis & Clark and their created folklore. The name "grizzly" originally was given to brown bears in the lower 48 states and parts of Canada. Writers and bear specialists gradually started called the brown bear, found in the interior of North America, a grizzly bear. The bear is still properly a brown bear, which is the most common bear species in the world.

Marketing has distorted what is and what is not a grizzly bear. Promoters of TV shows, for example Timothy Tredwell, constantly refer to the coastal brown bear as a grizzly bear. This confused the public. If you were to go to Europe and told the residents that they had grizzly bears, they wouldn't understand you were talking about what they'd call a brown bear.

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Posted by Chuck Bartlebaugh on 02/24/2017 at 3:29 PM

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