September 17th, 2006

  • searob

stuff to do

Vote Sept 19th. John Groen, an anti-environmental activist with no judicial experience is challenging our State Supreme Court Chief Justice Gerry Alexander. Far right extremists and out-of-state special interests are spending nearly $1,000,000 Those attack ads against Judge Alexander weren't cheap. What do you suppose Groen's agenda is? What I don't under stand is why doesn't Christine Gregoire (or state legislature) pick a non-biased institution to administer the state insurance program? The organization virulently opposes reasonable environmental regulation and uses millions of dollars from its administration of a state insurance program to support conservative politicians and causes. Picking another institution would dry up much of the funding for the BIAW and that would be a big political and financial win for state Democrats.

Robothon! Sept 30th & Oct 1st, 2006, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Center House, Seattle Center

Favorite Sushi Places

Hey, I'm looking for a new job and I figure I'll try working at a sushi place. I'm fairly new so don't really know where the good sushi places are. So if you could recommend your favorite places to go then maybe I'll go apply there. Thanks.
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So a car cuts me off on I5 in Lewis County and I get a ticket for tailgating. Talk about timing. I'm not sure if that raises my insurance cost. Probably. I should contest it or something.

Now I have to search websites and stuff to find out how Washington traffic court works, and then post some lame question here so you all can tell me to just use Google.

But the interesting thing is that the cop didn't ask to see my insurance. Is that normal up here?
  • clarice

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I've got a fussy old cat on a prescription diet. My vet is really out of the way, though, which makes going every few weeks to buy food a real hassle. Is there a clinic or feed store connected to a vet's office where I could get prescription kidney kitty food somewhere more central to capital/first hill?


Hey Seattle,

Do you remember having to sell magazine subscriptions to raise money for your school and win prizes? Do kids still do that? I want some magazines and if I can help some poor kid win prizes, too, that would be super.

Lunch boxes?

In an effort to not eat out for lunch (and subsequently save money), I am attempting to pack a lunch every day. I think this would be easier if I had a cute lunch box. Does anyone know where I could buy one? It can't be too cutesy, as I'll need to take it to clients, but I want more than just a soft-pack.