January 19th, 2004



Alright, im moving to arizona in just over a week with my boyfriend and i have a few things at a friends house that i need to give away asap!

first there is a long plaid green couch, in great shape and really comfy! i think it is from the 60's? i dunno.
i also have a nice oval dinner table with an extra arm, has about 7 chairs that match, also from the 60s its worth some money but i just wanna get rid of it!
2 bar stools
2 directors chairs

a nice coffee table, with cubbies for books and such (also old but in good shape)

lastly i have a 10 by 10 FOOT mirror along with two 2 by 10 foot mirrors that go beside it, you would need some special grips and such to move it its really big and heavy, i dont want to have to break the mirrors! please!

i think that is all, ill post again if i realize i have more

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Need (another) roomate!

The last time I posted on LJ we got a roomate within an hour, and he's the GREATEST guy ever, so I'm going to post this again.

Need a fourth roomate!

We need a fourth roomate for our house in the U District. We have a four bedroom bottom story to a three story house. Four bedrooms, a kitchen, and a seperated bathroom (the shower, toilet, and sink are all seperated so people can use them all at the same time).

Rent: $250

Deposit: $350 (I think)

Pets: With a deposit the pets are fine AS LONG AS YOU TAKE CARE OF THEM AND DON'T SMELL UP THE ENTIRE HOUSE. One of us has a small puppy. Our old roomate never ever ever cleaned his cat box and it made the entire house smell like shit. He's moving out, though, so it's all good.

Utilities: We pay for internet, cable tv and gas. Internet is probably $15ish a person, and gas right now (because it's cold) is about $40 a person.

Location: We live about four blocks from the Ave. 5010 19th Ave NE, Seattle, if you want to mapquest it and get a better idea.

Requirements: BE COOL. If you don't like fart jokes don't apply. BE CLEAN. Please clean up after yourself and wash your own dishes. No drinking/smoking/doing drugs in the house. Come home drunk, whatever, just don't do it in the house, we don't want to deal with it.

When: The room will be available February 1st.

Ummm. I guess that's it? Call me if you're interested.

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Roomate Wanted

I have a 20 year old female friend who is looking for a place in the U-district for less than $400. Guys or Girls are ok. She is: Non-smoker, ocasional-drinker, swing-dancer, into: punk rock/ ska/ swing. She is taking 20 credits at Seattle Central. Any more questions just ask.
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If you are like me, you are wondering what you can do to celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. day in Seattle.

Here is a list of events listed either in or around the Seattle area. I'll include the ones in Seattle:

Events today that celebrate the life of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. All are open to the public and free unless otherwise noted:

• The city of Seattle's official celebration, with Michael Baruso and a 100-voice multiethnic choir, mayor's presentation of the MLK Youth Awards and commemorative reading of King's "I Have a Dream" speech, noon-8 p.m., Seattle Center House.

• Workshops, rally and march, sponsored by Martin Luther King Celebration Committee, workshops including several for youths, 9:30 a.m.; rally with speakers, poetry and music, 11 a.m.; and march at noon starting at Garfield High School, 400 23rd Ave., Seattle.

• Martin Luther King Day Networking Luncheon sponsored by TWJ Media, an entertainment company, with entertainment, food and guest speakers, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Salty's on Alki, 1936 Harbor Ave. S.W., Seattle, $35, by reservation (206-628-0888 or 206-748-1700).

• Worship celebration sponsored by Evergreen Association of American Baptist Churches, with guest preacher the Rev. Dr. Leon Jones, retired Seattle pastor and American Baptist Churches executive; music by the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Baptist Church choir of Renton, and reception after the 6 p.m. service, at New Hope Baptist Church, 124 21st Ave., Seattle.

• Concert and readings in tribute to King and Mahatma Gandhi, nonviolence advocates, 7:30 p.m., East West Bookshop, 6500 Roosevelt Way N.E., Seattle.

Sorry if this comes out sounding like a pity plea... it's not.

I've been depressed for years, this I know. But, I can't afford to get help and medication- and I can't even afford to talk to someone long enough to get diagnosed so I'm eligible for medical studies where I could possibly get some free help.

Do free clinics exist to help people like me out with this sort of thing? Are there any mental health clinics in/very near Seattle? Preferably on a bus route.

Does anyone else have any ideas?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Does anyone know of someone who is in need of an twin adjustable bed? I have one that I'm looking to sell (and another one in the near future). I've posted it to Craigslist, but didn't get any response from that.

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Gold C coupon book

I'm looking for that gold c coupon book (I believe it's around 10-15 dollars), not the larger entertainment guide which is 35 or so. I'd really like to buy it from someone using it as a fundraiser, and not get it off the website.
I'm looking for it as a housewarming gift to a new family coming to Seattle, so I'd appreciate quick information. I'm also on First Hill/Capital Hill, so if you know of a school or a kid in the area, I'll go to them. Thanks!
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Japanese Food

So, as I've said I'm new in town.

I finally got a couch from Dania - I will post pictures when I have five seconds to clean up - thank you to all who recommended they were perfect.

Now I am in need of a good Japanese restaurant. I'm looking for a place that is:
1 - affordable
2 - good sushi
3 - other options as well, teriyaki etc.

Anyone know of something like this?
Someone suggetsed The Ave put all I could see were sushi places or teriyaki places.

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