Hey . . .
Does anyone know if you can bring food or waterbottles into Wild Waves?
The Seattle Sales Tax?
The Seattle Income Tax?
Have Inside/Outside call center sales experiance.
Lots of customer service experiance as well.
Good with computers and very quick to learn.
Got laid off today and need a job asap in order to renew my lease and not be a bum.
If anyone has any info about a job (need at least 11/hr to live) or know someone that does, I'll buy you lunch or somthing rad.
Fast paced enviorment.
Younger coworkers (last job other youngest person was 35+)
People don't care how you dress or style or whatever.
But these are preferences, I can adapt to (and have)anything.
I have a friend coming out to visit within the month, and I have promised her as night on the town (she lives a bit in the country). I need to know, is there a male strip club still in the area and where can I find it?? Thanks!
Anyone know whereabouts I might purchase such a thing? One of my friends is requesting one and she can't seem to find any in her area. Thanks in advance!
back in the day when i worked at TCI / AT&T doing support for thier cable internet service (now comcast) It used to be that if someone had *just* cable internet they could hook up their tv and get basic cable tv for free. Anyone know if this is still the case ? It used to be that they couldnt put a filter on the line to filter out the tv signal without distrupting the cable internet service.
Doors open at nine.
$2.00 rum and cokes
Lots of fun, damn fun, music!!!
i'm thinking of moving to seattle someday. what do you love about it? is it a great place for artists to make a modest living? what happens during an average day of your life in the emerald city?
also, i've found it hard to believe that people in seattle are unfriendly. i've visited many times, and have been helped beyond bounds. for example, to find the space needle during my first visit. from your everyday experience, do you like the people in general?
rain is good. :)
thanks in advance.
Hi. I was wondering if any of you folks can recommend a nice kid-friendly public (or public accessible) swimming pool for a two year old who I am trying to get warmed up to splashing and swimming. We try to get him to the local Seattle parks to splash in the kiddie pools and neighborhood pools, however I would love to find a indoor/outdoor pool in or near or around the 50 mile radius of Seattle that has a zero to 4 or more foot depth and perhaps a little-tike like slide. Any help would be great. Thanks.