Some of you may have read this--others may have not. In the grand scheme of life, this is not the biggest story of the day but a story nonetheless --enough teeth in it at least two readers sent me the link and my reaction.
I love Tadich Grill Have written as much and still do but I'm feeling a lot less love now that I've read about the family and abandonment involving a family member.
Seems I'm not alone.
The most PC-thing to do is to say hell with all this in-house business (and much of it, no matter how onerous it is and it really is, has nothing to do with going inside the house and eating the food) Lord knows we don't know how many individual or family-owned businesses possess lizards in the pool. It's sometimes best to intentionally stay away from the owners or to get too close, there's a price to pay sometimes.
By bringing all this up immediately elevates the story; then again the Washington Post thought it was big enough to devote a thousand or so words so maybe there's merit. I'm still weighing in on all of it.