Anyone here got that letter in the mail a couple of years ago about the Microsoft permatemp class action suit?
Are we ever going to get that money? Or will we just get a coupon for a free upgrade to the next version of Windows?
It's as simple as the topic. Who attends, and what is your opinion? Anyone in the audio engineering program? What do you pay in tuition? Their website is somewhat lacking in monetary details.
Hey! I would really like to find someone, or someones (a couple ok) to take over my half of the lease!!
It's a 3 bedroom/2 bath house, 2 living spaces, w/d, a large yard and deck and a hot tub! Pets are ok too! One block from buses that go downtown or to the UW.
You would share with the remaining roommate and her dog and cat. Right now its her and I, but she is open to living with two more roommates.
Rent for 1 person is 712.50 (half the rent), 2 people is 425 and 475 (one room is smaller than the other) not sure how it would be worked for a couple, that could be determined between you and the remaining roommate, utilities split accordingly (half or thirds depending on total number of people). Last and deposit due as well as references for the landlord...just to make sure he is getting good people!
The house is in Wedgewood, a nice area of North Seattle. Quiet with lots of trees.
Available August 1st.
Contact me for more details and also so I could put you in touch with remaining roommate!
all we need are cats, butter and toast:
This is from the winner of a "scientific" theory paper writing contest, the paper is entitled "Perpetual Motion".
When a cat is dropped, it always lands on its feet, and when toast is dropped, it always lands buttered side down. Therefore, if a slice of toast is strapped
to a cat's back, buttered side up, and the animal is then dropped, the two opposing forces will cause it to hover, spinning inches above the ground. If enough toast-laden felines were used, they could form the basis of a high-speed monorail system.
At last! A solution to one of Seattle's ongoing transportation battles!
Just so long as no one alerts the SPCA...
Y'all! All of Seattle! When you are crossing the street at a light and you have to push the signal button for the little green man to turn on--yeah, that? DO NOT REPEATEDLY SMASH THE GODDAMN THING OVER AND OVER AND OVER AGAIN. It doesn't help the light to change any faster for your sorry self. It's annoying to watch, and it makes you look like an impatient ass. Did I mention that it doesn't make the lights change any faster?
Stop. Please. For the goddamned love of God.
That is all.
NEEDS - the orphans are currently in need of bath towels, blankets, KMR, kitten canned food, canned cat food and canned dog food.
They still need small, medium and large crates.
Thank you to everyone who has been bringing in donations It's our busy season and donations are going out as fast as they come in.
If you can drop anything off here is the location, and thanks in advance :D
2061 15th Avenue West
Approximately 1 mile south of the Ballard Bridge