July 4th, 2004

Repost....still looking

Ok, it's that time of the year. Lease is coming up.

We need one more roomate. Sadly, Chris is leaving. Michael needs a bigger place since he now has a fiance and all.

Issac from B-ham is moving in with us and he is awesome.

We need one more roomate though.

We have a dog. He's a little Corgi puppy, you allergic or don't like dogs? Don't live here.

We're very far from being PC, if you're easily offended don't move in. Seriously.

No drugs/smoke/alcohol in the house. Whatever you do outside in your own time is up to you.

If you make a mess, clean your own shit up. I can't stress that enough, please, no pigs. <3

Rent is dirt cheap , and the location is amazing.

250 a month + about 25 for Cable Internet/Tv and utilities.

5010 19th ave ne. In the U district, 3 blocks from the ave and UW.
We're a bunch of nerds that sit around and play video games all day. Have 8-5 jobs, so we need sleep.


If interested get ahold of me. Or know anyone that is.

<3
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