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Maybe Seattle has its own special climate and light control system that the rest of the world is not privy too, because that is the only explanation I can come up with for how any surgical resident on the face of the Earth has time to get in a run in broad daylight before work.
Instead, she began a habit she would likely regret sometime in the next ten to twelve years (and subsequently thereafter) and placed the cell phone on the baby’s ear, starting the baby on a habit more dangerous than crack, porn, and snacking on all the free food at Costco combined, all only moments out of the womb.