To the person that broke into my car last night. Fuck you. To the person that stole all of my equiptment in my trunk, I hope you rot in hell.
there were books in there, with my name inside, if anyone comes across one please let me know
and womens size 11 thigh high patent leather boots, brand new
i am totally out of shape. but i got asked out on a date this afternoon to ride bikes on the burke-gilman trail.... we were talking about loading the bikes and driving out to another area of the trail, perhaps wedgewood or ravenna.... so my question is... is the b-g trail difficult? hills, rough terrain, etc? or is it a nice simple coasting ride by the water?
i have also never ridden a bike in seattle, or on a "path"... (in michigan we love our cars)
so, are there any general rules/advice you'd give me, i dont want to mess up this date.
please be nice.
Sorry, I couldn't find any active communities for shoreline community college or seattle central community college, so I thought I'd ask here.
I'm thinking about taking a night asl class at one of those schools, and was wondering what people thought of the teachers.
The options are Bernstein or Kennedy at central, or Advani at Shoreline. Or, if none of them are good, then what about Burks at north? I'm going to be at north for some classes anyway because I'm doing running start there, but the asl class there is at a really inconvenient time for me. I could try and make it work though if that's the best class out of all my options.
Oh, and a lot of the teachers weren't on rate my professors, or didn't have very detailed reviews.
Advice? Thanks in advance.
Where's the cheapest bottled water in Seattle? The best price I have currently is 89 cents a gallon at QFC on Broadway. I'm looking for non-distilled water, btw, and I drink it for the taste and because I live in an old house with pipes that I am not clear on the status of. Thanks in advance!
So graduation is on my mind as I am graduating in LESS THAN A MONTH!
Therefore, what restaurant would you recommend for a graduation dinner?
Ideally good for 5-9 people, nice atmosphere, entree costing about $15-25, good wine list and not Cheesecake Factory or Bucca's. I'm pretty open to any types of food.
If I wanted to get involved with the Democratic party, what would be a good & productive starting point in Seattle? Are there certain grassroots organizations that any of you would recommmend?
Feel free to mention good ways to get involved with the Green, Libertarian, or even the Republican party in Seattle as well.
(this is where I mention that I searched google and looked in the newspapers)