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Why can't we have 'nice things?' Allow us to project a few into the universe

An interpretive trail linking Bellingham's industrial past, including Waypoint Park's "iconic" Acid Ball, right, with the city's waterfront.
Bellingham could use something more iconic than the faux-iconic Acid Ball that, um, graces its waterfront. Put your thinking caps on, urges columist Ron Judd. (Ron Judd/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ron Judd Executive Editor
LISTEN to this column It just comes tumbling out, about once a month, during discussions abou
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