Here in Los Angeles County, every place that sells food-related items is rated by the County of Los Angeles Department of Health Services – Environmental HealthThe ratings range from “A” to “C” and those that fall below 70% are not rated. I never realized that the list was published on the web. Last night, I was walking past Rite Aid and it was rated a “B”. Must be some bad ice cream. Must be from the same vendor that gives it to the Baskin-Robbins in Santa Monica that is also rated a “B”.
Day Eight – America Held Hostage. The light at the end of the tunnel is the headlamp of an oncoming train. The Sacramento Bee has an interesting article on how History bodes ill for winners of troubled elections.