October 12th, 2004

  • gyrljis

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Come out and show your love for my boi 'LES'SONZ' at his album release party. The date has now changed to October 30, 2004.



**Halloween Bash**

*When
October 30, 2004

*Location*
4040 Auburn way N.
Auburn WA 98002

*Whats Happening*
*Mini car show/BBQ From:3:00Pm-7:00Pm"FREE FOOD"
*Party/show From: 9:00Pm-2:00Am= $5.00 cover

All day on the Onez & Twoz: DJ Sav1ne n DJ Ruxxspinn

*Performances By:
*Les'sonz "tha livin proof"
*Mz. Roxy
*Brayzee

*Events*
*Wet t-shirt contest
*Bootie shaking contest
*Burn out contest
"Prizes"

*Special Guests*
*STR-Sea town riders

*Hosted By*
*Pitstop Performance
*Lae Z Boi Productions
*Fab-Five
*Personalize Wear

LAE Z BOI MODELS in FULL EFFECT ALL DAY!!!
AGE: 18 and over..

TELL EVERYONE!!!!

JOIN US, LAE Z BOI PRODUKZIONZ AND PITSTOP PERFORMANCE.
GET YOUR OLD COSTUMES OUT THE CLOSET AND GRAB YOUR OLD ASS FACE PAINT FROM HIGH SCHOOL, CUZ WE BOUTS TO DO THE DAMN THANG....PEESH
rosario bay

checked the memories

do you guys know of any awesome nature center/environmental education type of places in seattle? i've been searching the web and am not finding a ton of stuff, but i know you've got to have quite a few out there. i'm looking for various environmental education facilities for an internship next summer, so i'm just trying to find ALL facilities at this point and then i'll do more research and narrow it down.

any help would be much appreciated! thanks.
narm narm narm

Weight loss/hypnosis

Okay, this is kind of out of the blue, but has anyone ever tried (or known someone that has) using hypnosis for weight loss?

I have heard of a few people using it for stopping smoking and such, but never weight loss...would appreciate anyones comments on this and recommendations if they know anyone in the area that does it.

Thanks!!

(no subject)

Just curious if any of you have taken one of those Argosy Cruises and which time of day you'd recommend. Was it worth as much as it costs? Anything similar in Seattle that you'd recommend I try?
Chin
  • bond67

Sup

Howdy,

New to Seattle. Going to AIS and havin an allright time of it

looking to meet some new people because I pretty much just know my roommate as of yet

I am a laid back, artistic and herb friendly dreamer who rarely swears infront of nuns.

Add me on yer friends list and i'll add ya back!
Brett's inner child

OH NO! - Parking space?

EDIT: Parking situation has been resolved. Car is still available though. I'm asking $3250. Thanks everyone who responded!


I just realized that I'm going out of town at the end of the week and coming back with a new car... cars are a hobby; found exactly what I wanted out in Chicago so I'm going to pick it up...but anyways:

until I sell my current car, I DON'T HAVE ANYWHERE TO PARK IT!

Does anyone in the Seattle area have a space to donate (or rent...but, ya know, free is always preferable) for about a month? Anything within about 20minutes of downtown would be cool.

...or better yet, skip the parking thing and buy my car!

What I will have up for sale is my 1988 Toyota MR2.
-Black int., Black ext.
-158,000 mi - runs great, very well maintained by yours truly
-Not a supercharged model :o(
-5-speed manual, AC, power mirrors, alarm+remote locks, aftermarket CD deck
-Near-flawless interior (I have replaced almost everything)
-Some owee's on the body (debating on whether to take the time to fix them or not)

Pictures: http://www.thedashbetween.com/gallery/88MR2

Shoot me an email w/ any questions!
-Brett



Thanks!

(checked memories)
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me.

(no subject)

This was sent to me, so I thought I'd pass it on:

I'm going to vote, are you?

I'm young, like a lot of you are. Did you know that the average age of a non-voter is between 18 and 25?
That means that most of the people who are your age, and mine, don't vote.

We are the biggest chunk of citizens in the country, and most of us don't vote, most of us don't try to shape our country.

If all of us voted, we could turn this place upside-down.

When all these old guys are dead, whose country is it gonna be? Start making it yours right now.

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Obviously this isnt 100% accurate, but I found it interesting:

The polls are closed and the results are in...the winner of the 2004 MTV PRElection is:

Overall Votes
John Kerry 59,660 (61.1 %)
George W. Bush 38,025 (38.9 %)

State-by-State Results
*Kerry won 46 states and the District of Columbia.
*Bush won only five states – Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee and Oklahoma.
*Three states that Kerry won – Arkansas, Georgia and Utah –were extremely close with Kerry winning by four points or less.
*If this were a real presidential election, Kerry would have won the electoral college 496 to 42.

http://www.mtv.com/chooseorlose/pre_lection

Your voice counts! WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!!!!! VOTE on Nov 2nd!

Lots of stuff for sale.

Alright, I've got my entire stained glass shop up for sale. it all comes together as a kit. i will not sell just certain tools. the kit is a great deal. im asking $550 obo....when i paid $750+ for it. most of the stuff is not even used or very lightly used. some stuff is even still in its original packaging. includes a grinder which alone is worth about $150-$200. Complete list behind first cut. plus a few photos.\

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on a completely other note i am also trying to find a home for my greek tortoises. see details behind the cut.

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If you are interested in either of these please contact me via email at Alissa.Shreddah@gmail.com

PLEASE ONLY EMAIL ME IF YOU ARE SERIOUSLY CONCIDERING BUYING AN ITEM.

dont hesitate to bargain with me. im at least openminded.

HAVE A GREAT NIGHT SEATTLITES!
BabyDoll

Question for Peeps in Madison Park / Capitol Hill / Central Area

Has anyone else received an e-mail like this from MoveOn.org?

Dear Maria,

I know we've been emailing a lot lately, but this is the most important
email you've received yet. In these final 21 days before the election, I
really need your help.

You live in one of the most important neighborhoods in one of the most
important states in the country. Your neighborhood in Seattle is
critical because, unlike many neighborhoods in Washington, a lot of your
neighbors are folks who support John Kerry but are not currently
planning on voting on November 2nd.

With the candidates running neck and neck, Washington could be the
Florida of 2004 -- we could lose it by just a few hundred votes. We've
got to get every last one of these occasional voters -- your neighbors
-- to the polls. If we don't, George Bush could win a second term.

Luckily, we've got a plan to do it. It's called Leave No Voter Behind,
and it's a systematic, field-tested program that harnesses the power of
person-to-person contact to get people to the polls. It's all ready to
go -- the organizers are hired, the lists of voters are prepared, and
the guides are written. But the program requires volunteers to run, and
that's where you come in. There are just a couple of MoveOn members in
your neighborhood, and we need every last person to participate.

Maria, can you volunteer a few hours a week over the next three weeks to
help win the most important election of our lifetimes? If you can,
please call the office below closest to you...


I was wondering because the area I live in seems to be EXTREMELY politically active and leaning towards Kerry. So I thought this was strange...
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littleme

Looking for ideas to write a Seattle civil rights/labor history paper on

Hey all, I'm a history major at the UW and I've got a pretty open-ended assignment: to "produce a 15 page research report on an issue, incident, organization, or individual" relating to Seattle civil rights and labor history between 1910 and 1970. There have already been some pretty great reports in this program and I'm hoping to do something of equal calibre, but I'm having a somewhat difficult time coming up with an idea that really grabs me. I've studied the Filipino cannery union some, but this pretty solid paper on it sorta blows me out of the water on that issue and I feel I need to look somewhere else. Anyone have any good ideas that maybe aren't present on this list? Thanks.
DDR
  • sejira

Sake

Anyone know where I can buy a bottle of good sake for a decent/inexpensive price? More specifically, I'd like to buy a bottle of Umenishiki and the last time I tried to find it at Uwajimaya, I couldn't find it. Also, I'm pretty certain if I had found it there, that the price wouldn't be the best in town.

So, who sells sake at a competitive price?
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