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In Seattle, on KIRO Radio, there is a broadcaster who has had a show there for at least 40 years. He is reliably on the left, more than ever these days. The title of the story is: When your kids have you under grocery store surveillance. In order to maintain their privacy, his kids use his phone number on their grocery store loyalty account, so they get the discounts, and he gets the points. That’s not so bad an arrangement, since everyone wins.
Except that his grown kids get to see everything he buys, and sometimes they don’t approve of his grocery store choices. His reaction to that?