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January 29, 2014 at 6:31 AM

Wednesday Memo: Beast’s Least Mode … Bertha digs … Boeing profit

The Hawks' Marshawn Lynch on Media Day.

The Hawks’ Marshawn Lynch on Media Day.

The Beast on media day: Times columnist Larry Stone says the Hawks’ Marshawn Lynch was in “Least Mode” yesterday and played the media game by his rules.

Lo and behold: Tunnel machine creeps ahead two feet. Churn baby, churn.

Makes you wonder what the Machinists think about this: Demand for planes boosts Boeing 4Q profit by 26%

Would a hike in the minimum wage for government workers be fair? Columnist Danny Westneat chews on the issue today and asks whether doing it for government workers first and alone might ignite some anti-government fires.

Weather: Expected to be nasty in the mountain passes today with a  winter storm warning in effect until this afternoon. Freezing rain is the culprit. National Weather Service forecast

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Nick Provenza: 206-464-2142 or nprovenza@seattletimes.com


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