A pleasantly fun fish house

Visdah, I just found it. I've learned some work arounds. The Reader went to some effort to remove the story. They scrubbed both their server from the story but flushed the cache from Google's repository. Somebody wanted that story gone. This does not sit well with me. I consider myself a 'foodie' I love to cook and love the food scene. I used to subscribe to Food & Wine, Saveur, Gourmet, and others. Today I use Yelp and The Reader for reviews on food and restaurants. I read them all two Ian's and Candice. I did not find that restaurant review to be condemning enough to be removed. It was an honest and candid review. I blush at reviews that I read that are deliberately negative. But this review was not. If it were too negative to publish, why did it get past the editor? It may seem a big fuss to question the missing review. But to me it clearly begs what The Reader is up to. This little matter has a great impression on my opinion on the bias and credibility of The Reader. Are you going to be less critical on potential advertisers? Or what is the reason to remove a story and follow it up with a favorable one. I suppose this is a 'perk' for online publications because they can selectively 'erase' a story if, for some reason, it post-publishing became unpopular in 'the news room.' In the good old days of all print, a 'retraction' would be required. Today it is 'snip' In the present media environment, I am leery of every source. This is interesting.
— February 21, 2017 9:53 p.m.

A pleasantly fun fish house

Click on the image to enlarge: http://www.sandiegoreader.com/users/photos/2017... "Lucy, you've got some 'splaining to do!"
— February 21, 2017 8:27 p.m.

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