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A rare type of bicoastal love
A rare type of bicoastal love

It was getting late, that point in the night at Sushi Roku when the bussers are discreetly cleaning around you and servers are stapling receipts to sales reports. My date and I were taking our last sips of sake and final bites of green tea mochi. In front of us, on the other side of the sushi bar's glass partition, two raw tuna slabs lay side by side: one yellowtail and one yellowfin. He pointed at them. "Those tunas are like us: I am like the red and you are like the white, because we are so different," he said. "What could we possibly have in common?" We could easily assume the answer is nothing, he said, but look closer. The white tuna had some pink...

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