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RAVE to the woman in Renton who learned that we two 80-year-olds were hopelessly lost, and had us follow her car all the way to the dental office we were seeking. You were an angel! RANT to the Seattle schoolteachers who, while arranging a return of teachers' and students' property at McDonald elementary school, stuffed more...