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Originally published June 9, 2014 at 3:39 PM | Page modified June 10, 2014 at 8:37 PM

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Daily Rant & Rave: Why harass a nesting osprey?

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The guy hassling the osprey was probably a 49er fan. MORE
Harassing a federally protected bird is (obviously) a federal offense. So did no one get this guys name and turn him... MORE
Did the dude have tattoos all over his lame butt? MORE

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RAVE To the QFC pharmacist who went well above and beyond to calm this Midwestern couple who left important medication at home before our cruise. We needed to get to the ship and she met us there to drop off our medication on her way home from work so we were able to enjoy our vacation without worry. What an asset and ambassador Seattle has in her!

RANT To the man who kicked the pole supporting the osprey nest at the Locks, harassing a nesting osprey that was so disturbed it flew off the nest, possibly endangering the well-being of any offspring that may have been there. Shame on you!

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