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December 18, 1990 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Linda Darden smiled at the infant making gurgling sounds in the baby carrier balanced on the lap of her husband, Jim. "Hi, Danny," she cooed, patting the baby's long, dark hair. "What are you doing? Can you see me?" The 8-month-old infant, thought to be a drug-affected baby who also suffered severe brain damage at birth, appeared to look at Linda. "They don't even know if he's aware of his surroundings," she said. "I think he's aware, but I've had two doctors tell me that I'm wrong."
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December 18, 1990 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Linda Darden smiled at the infant making gurgling sounds in the baby carrier balanced on the lap of her husband, Jim. "Hi, Danny," she cooed, patting the baby's long, dark hair. "What are you doing? Can you see me?" The 8-month-old infant, thought to be a drug-affected baby who also suffered severe brain damage at birth, appeared to look at Linda. "They don't even know if he's aware of his surroundings," she said. "I think he's aware, but I've had two doctors tell me that I'm wrong."
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October 23, 1989 | KATHRYN HARRIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Earlier this year, the state Department of Conservation found itself in hot water for running up a $13,988 tab on cab fare for the delivery of documents around Sacramento. Controller Gray Davis initially balked at paying the bill, although eventually the cab company collected its due.
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November 7, 2000 | JAMES PELTZ and MICHAEL HILTZIK
Darden Restaurants (DRI) * Mike (Buy) Jim (Buy) Mike: I have to admit, Jim, that I've never been in a Darden's restaurant. Jim: Isn't there one in your neighborhood? Actually, Darden Restaurants is a holding company for two chains that are familiar: Olive Garden and Red Lobster. My view, Mike, is that the only thing harder than running a restaurant is picking a restaurant stock that makes any money in the long run. But I'm going to start with my entree first, and say I like this stock.
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December 23, 1990 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Linda Darden smiled at the infant making gurgling sounds in the baby carrier balanced on the lap of her husband, Jim. "Hi, Danny," she cooed, patting the baby's long, dark hair. "What are you doing? Can you see me?" The 8-month-old infant, who suffered brain damage at birth and is thought to be a drug baby, appeared to look at Linda. "They don't even know if he's aware of his surroundings," she says. "I think he's aware, but I've had two doctors tell me that I'm wrong."
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