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August 5, 2014 at 6:05 AM

Daily Rant & Rave: Kids don’t belong at a Beyoncé and Jay-Z show

RANT To the parents who thought it was a good idea to bring your elementary school-aged children to the Beyoncé and Jay -Z concert at Safeco Field. Not only were the ones I saw not wearing any ear protection (my earplugs barely protected my hearing) but the show was clearly not children-friendly. If you can afford tickets to the concert, you can afford a baby-sitter.

RAVE To Safeco Field staff. Wednesday night I went to the Beyoncé and Jay -Z concert and had a phenomenal time, but I also lost my wallet. I called Safeco Field just to confirm they didn’t have it. Not only did they have my wallet, they had my wallet with every single dollar accounted for. I plan to pay it forward tenfold and am so grateful that there are so many wonderful strangers out there who choose to do the right thing!

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