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 Posted: Tue Apr 23rd, 2019 07:27 pm
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" One problem and you better close in this town" Fuzzy math? lol
1 = dozens now... Sounds like AOC

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 Posted: Tue Apr 23rd, 2019 08:30 pm
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???? Yes, there are many restaurants now. I am sure that others have had incidents (not that bad), but not spread here and in El Imparcial. They have barely hung on, and this will probably be the kiss of death. Sushi is always risky. Thank God I was able to convince my wife to take less chances with fish she bought and I usually found some of my properly preserved fish at Ruby's. The  shellfish is more scary to me, but I love to eat. Just because it is cooked doesn't mean it's safe.

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