no trade needed. just gimmie a reason to pick you over the rest of the people who are going to reply here.
they'll be handed out sometime Tuesday evening.
Has anyone rented with Gilman Terrace apartments on Queen Anne? Aptratings.com has 3 bad reviews but the latest was in April.
Alternatively, anyone know of a nice, quiet personal, UNcomplex-like apartment building with a washer/dryer IN unit that's larger than the standard Seattle 500 sqft? (with a view?)
And lastly, I'm giving away all my furniture and buying new stuff, be on the lookout for free stuff on seattlebuysell =)
Thanks for your help!
Okay, I visited New York last spring, and in Manhattan, in the Rockefeller Square area, they have a lot of vendors who sell this rice dish. Didn't have a really fancy name, it was just called chicken and rice. It was from the same vendors that sold gyros. Anyway, is there a restaurant or anything in Seattle that offers that kind of dish?
Hello all. My friend had bought PRINCE tickets for her now ex-boyfriend. The concert is tonight (August 31st) at 7:30pm and she has yet to sell them. The concert is at the Key Arena, Section 118, Row 11, seats 1 & 2. Originally she paid $167 after taxes BUT SHE'S WILLING TO GO CHEAP and sell for $120 for the pair MAYBE lower. You can email myself at email@example.com, or post on here. The best way to get the tickets into your hand is to meet somewhere. We can figure that out later. Any other questions, email or post. Thanks!
FYI The absentee primary ballots are too heavy for a single 37-cent stamp. So... don't take it to a postal clerk -- they will make you pay the extra amount. Just put it in a blue mail box with one stamp and the county will pay the postage due.
I didn't have enough money to pay for my classes at Seattle Central before I was dropped, so I'm trying to decide which two classes to take.
For those of you that have taken any of these courses, online or in-class, I would really appreciate hearing your feedback about them.
Geography 100, Intro to Geography, Robert Lee
History 112, US History since 1865, Weston
Psychology 215, Abnormal Psych, Ryan
The Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival is currently recruiting volunteers for its 2004 festival in the fall.
We need volunteers to help usher, take tickets, seat guests, bartend, set-up events, break-down events and more. The festival, going on its 9th year of production, is a great way to meet new people, get involved in the arts, contribute to a worthwhile nonprofit and earn coupons to see free movies. For every 3 hour volunteer shift you do, you earn a coupon to see a free movie on us!
For more information send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Does anyone know where I could get my wisdom teeth taken out cheaply? Maybe through the University of Washington's School of Dentistry?
I have health insurance through my employer, but already went $300 over my yearly maximum to get a cavity filled. I wouldn't be able to afford the co-pay, anyway.
Aaaah! I'm a Hawaii girl but I went to college in WA for four years....and I'm coming back in Sept for the first time in almost two years! Seattle and Seattleites you're cool! I miss you! See you soon!