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Jul 17, 2015

Did that New Yorker article blow up your nice, calm summer, too? You know, the one called "The Earthquake That Will Devastate Seattle"? Feeling freaked out about the article, we haul in Seattle Times science writer Sandi Daughton, a local earthquake expert and the author of Full Rip 9.0, to tell us just how terrified we really should be. Helpfully, Doughton also describes what she's keeping in her earthquake kit these days and tells us what to do when the shaking starts. We also bring Rich Smith back on catch us up on the latest batshit comments from Donald Trump and to tell us what he learned while reading Harper Lee's "new" book, Go Set a Watchman. (Which is really an old, old manuscript that was initially thought of as just a failed early attempt on Lee's way to writing her classic, To Kill a Mockingbird.) Wondering whether you should read the "new" book or just pretend you read it? Rich has the answer. Plus the music of Ephrata, a local band playing the Capitol Hill Block Party on July 24!

 

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