it's really painful watching people try to paralell park in front of where i work. i just want to snatch some drvers out of their cars and park for them. have these people never had to park on the street before?
I have a Toshiba rear projection television that I paid $2000 for in March of 2002. My extended warranty expired in March of 2005. Like a dumbass, I didn’t extend the warranty further. Today, the color convergence went out on it. Supposedly there are 2 parts that probably need to be replaced. They cost around $50 each. No biggie. However, it’s going to cost about $320 for the service call. It’s possible that the parts don’t need replacing, and that the convergence can be fixed after the person making the service call opens the back of the television, but I’m still not looking to get screwed. When I’m looking at $500 in parts and labor, it might just make more sense to buy another television...
So... does anyone know of anyone that has experience with these kind of televisions that might charge a more reasonable price? Thanks...
I am at the zeitgeist cafe now by Quest Field. My friends are taking the bus up to Vancouver in an hour. I am then driving to Portland. If anyone needs a ride and wants to share some gas, I can wait a bit longer...
edit: am back in PDX...had a great time...thanks Seattle!
Since I'm not originally from here I was wondering if any knew the history of this street? Why did it turn into the way it is today?
I've heard from older people who went to UW back in the day that the Ave used to be nice and "the place to be". Now it's just covered with trash, homeless people and drug dealers. Being that I live a block away from it I figure I might as well know more about it.
It just seems so out of place compared the surrounding neighborhoods and it's definitely not somewhere I or most people I know like to spend our time.
Anybody know where i can buy some in Seattle?
Update: Looks like i found some Distro's now i need to know where they distribute the product.
Sugee's Box Lunch
13225 NE 20th St., Suite 100, Bellevue WA, 98005
Phone: (425) 641-9484
US Foodservice - Seattle
2204 70th Avenue East, Suite 100, Fife WA, 98424
Phone: (253) 620-3853
Food Services of America (Kent)
18430 E.Valley Highway, Kent WA, 98032, United States of America
Phone: (206) 923-4590
Is there a place I can rent a motor boat for a day? I have out of town guests coming in a few weeks, and I would love to go out on the water for a few hours. I don't need something big- room for 4-5 people is sufficient.
Any ideas? Preferably where I don't have to tow the boat?
On the website for the White River Ampitheatre, it says:
In addition, White River Amphitheatre offers a free shuttle service to and from the Auburn SuperMall Red Robin for most concerts.
Can anyone tell me about this? Do you have to pay to park at the Red Robin? Do the shuttles run every 5 or 15 or 30 minutes or something? Any details would be appreciated. Thanks.
I just moved into my very first house, and I'm loving it, but have one problem. I have three apple trees in my backyard (which reminds me of my hometown in Eastern Washington). The problem is, these trees have never been pruned or sprayed and are the HUGEST apple trees I've ever seen. They seriously look like a Maple or Poplar tree. The branches start after about 10 feet of trunk. The leaves also appear to have been infested with bugs, and they are looking very sickly.
Does anyone have any good recommendations for a company or person that could trim my branches and spray my tree? I know, I know, I'm from Eastern Washington, and I can't do it myself?!?! Well, I have worked in orchards, but always sorting and not pruning. Any help would be great.
Thanks in advance!
When you use a self checkout, the price of each item comes up for you (look up), and only YOU can screw yourself (it's not a vindictive cashier). This is just bizarre. It's not the poor cashier/helpers fault that you are incompetent, and please don't spend 10 minutes going down the reciept looking for a mistake... because if it happened (look for the words "Self Checkout"), IT'S YOUR FAULT.
I recently joined this community in preparation for my move up to Seattle. I've lived in California for my entire life and lived in the San Francisco Bay Area for the majority of that time. I've been trying to find an apartment and was wondering what an ideal location would be for a twenty something. I love urban settings and enjoy going out at night. Also, as I have been near San Francisco for most of my life, I am a big fan of eclectic neighborhoods with interesting and young people. Any suggestions or resources? If any of you know of good buildings, that would also be of great help. I'm looking for a 2br 2bath apartment. I have a decent budget but of course, the cheaper the better.