January 31st, 2006

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  • jameth

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I checked the memories and the tags and things might be outdated, so I am going to make a new post.

I need a kitten. I know there are tons of loving, sweet, adult cats out there that need homes, but I need a kitten. I already have one adult cat and I know he would be more accepting of a baby rather than another adult cat.

Please advise on which shelters I should check out for kittens. I don't want a kitten from someone's house because I would rather support a shelter/rescue/etc. And please advise on which shelters to avoid. I also would prefer a shelter that won't try to cram an adult cat down my throat and will just let me have a kitten without lecturing me. Because I will probably go home with the adult cat and the kitten if that happens and I can't do that.
kittywasher

Bring in da Noise, Drive out da Funk!!!

Protests in Seattle brought to you by The World Can't Wait ... Bring your pots and pans, musical instruments or other noise makers to either Fisher Plaza or Lake Forest Park tonight from 5-7pm and drown out the noise of the State of the disUnion Address. 

Washington: 

Forest Park: Ballinger Avenue and Bothell Highway
Forest Park Citizens Against the Iraq War.
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Meet in Forest Park with our pots to protest Bush's State of the Union. 
For more information contact, Jeannette Norman, jnorman4@verizon.net


Kingston: Kingston Library/Community Center (11212 St. Highway 104)
BUSH STEP DOWN
5:00 till 7:00, Posters available on line
For more information, contact cstebe@centurytel.net or by phone, 360-297-4391

Seattle:Denny Way and Broad Street.
5:00 pm - Rally for State of the Union Address 
6:00 pm - We will bring the noise and drown out Bush's Lies outside Fisher Plaza, home of TV and radio media. Take the day off work and hook up with us after school to do visible outreach
throughout the city calling on people to join us that night!

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PortraitAI

Time Warp!

This Saturday, February 4th:

The Vicarious Theatre Company will be perfomring our monthly showing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show!

This month, it's "Bring Your Mom To Rocky" night. We always tell people: "Bring your friends, bring your family - I don't, but you should..." Well, this time, we are bringing the family.

Are you a mom? Do you have a mom? Do you know any moms? Alternately, you could dress like someone's mom... Whatever! Bring 'em on out - it's mom's turn to be on the receiving end of the spankin's. =)

The VTC performs on the first Saturday of each month at the Admiral Theatre in West Seattle. Admission is $5 at the door, doors open at 11:30pm, and more information can be found at www.thezenroom.com.

See you there!!
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What's up with the Ballard Bridge right now? No cars are being let across and traffic hasn't moved in nearly an hour!

ETA 3:57pm - BALLARD BRIDGE IS STUCK OPEN AND IT IS NOT EXPECTED TO BE FIXED FOR ANOTHER TWO HOURS! (don't take this way home!)
Kitty Snake

Bernard-Henri Lévy and the Space Needle

Bernard-Henri Lévy has a new book out called American Vertigo: Traveling America in the Footsteps of Tocqueville.  In Sunday New York Times Book Review, none other than Garrison Keillor of the fabulous "Prairie Home Companion" writes the following....

...[he] gets delirious about Seattle, especially the Space Needle, which represents for him "everything that America has always made me dream of: poetry and modernity, precariousness and technical challenge. lightness of form meshed with a Babel syndrome, city of lights, the haunting quality of darkness, tall trees of steel." O.K., fine.  The Eiffel Tower is quite the deal, too.