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Published: Tuesday, February 4, 2014, 12:01 a.m.

Penny aunties

Know when to hold them: Card players at the Snohomish Senior Center have been caught up in the city’s gambling ban and told by the state their low-stakes games are illegal.

The city better pass an exemption for the senior center. No one wants to see them protest the ban by resorting to strip poker.

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This is why we can’t have nice things: Seahawk fans celebrating Seattle’s victory in the Super Bowl on Sunday night caused an estimated $25,000 damage to the historic cast-iron-and-glass pergola in Pioneer Square.

We know this is your first NFL championship and all, but if you start climbing on the furniture during Wednesday’s parade, we’re telling Richard Sherman. And you don’t want Richard Sherman mad at you.

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We know of a good poker game, Mr. Leno: Even Jay Leno admits it’s time for him to move on from “The Tonight Show”: “I’m at that age where I don’t really listen to the (current) music anymore. I’m not a big tweet guy. A 63-year-old guy reading Miley Cyrus’ tweets is a little creepy,” Leno said.

Jay, what you do in retirement is your business.




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