October 25th, 2006

This weekend...

Hey y'all...

I've put two shows (technically 3) together this Saturday (10/28) in two different places. It's up to you to decide which one you're going to attend! Maybe you'll make a dash between the two, because they're both really good. Collapse )
Long Shot

Seattle University to move to Division I

Seattle Times Article

I know there is the exploratory period and task force, but this is basically a done deal. I would be very surprised if anything comes up that changes their mind. The reason they hired this AD was to take them through this process.

The basketball teams are looking at playing at Key Arena..

"We would be with them in basketball, which was and can be our tradition, but also in soccer, where we can already compete, in volleyball, baseball, and across the board," Sundborg said in his address.

Sounds a bit optimistic to me.
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A plague...

The people who work in Seattle's tallest building face a tough decision: should they get their caffeinated indulgence at the old Starbucks on the building's first floor or the new Starbucks, 40 floors up? And, if those lines are too long, is it too far to walk across the street, where a third Starbucks awaits?

While Starbucks knows there's plenty to lure people into their stores, they also recognize that many people can't be bothered to walk very far - or wait very long - for an optional and pricey treat.

"Going to the other side of the street can be a barrier," said Launi Skinner, senior vice president in charge of Starbucks' store development.

http://komo4.com/stories/46159.htm

What? What?!?!? If you're too lazy to walk a block to get a latte, you shouldn't even consider buying a 500+ calorie drink in the first place.
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Does anyone work near the King County Admin bldg?

Does anyone work near the King County Administration Bldg, and could you do me a favor? I will compensate for time, etc. I want to find a copy of a death record, but to have them mail it to me will take 2-3 weeks. If you walk in, it takes 15-20 minutes! Here is where they are located:

Vital Statistics - Birth and Death Records
King County Administration Bldg., Rm. 214
500 - 4th Ave. [MAP]
Seattle, WA 98104
Phone: 206-296-4768
Toll-free: 1-800-325-6165, ext. 64768

I have a little one, otherwise I would schlepp myself and not harass anyone else to run this errand for me. If you can do me this favor, I would really appreciate it, thank you! Please email me at apnguyen at gmail dot com. :)

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So- Laughing Buddha doesn't list prices for labrets.

I want to get something like this-


What is the best place to get a piercing in Seattle (a website link would be cool)?
And/or the most affordable good place (somewhere clean and decent that will do a good job).
Fremont Zombie #2

Zoombie Walk is Oct 29th in the U-District!

Walk with your un-dead brethren through the corridors of the Emerald City’s- University Village.
With all your gore and glory, smile at the soccer Moms and dine on Seattle shoppers!

All that is required is that you show up in costume, respect laws and practice common sense. Bring your friends. Nothing says you love someone quite like caking yourself in make-up, limping down the street together and eating them in the shopping mall!

4:30 PM Sharp- Meet at the back QFC parking lot

6:00 pm- reservations for cocktails/dinner at Atlas-http://www.chowfoods.com

8:15 pm- $5.00 classic Zombie movie! TBA
@ the Historic University Theater- 5510 University Way NE
*It's a rare opportunity to watch a Zombie movie in a theater full of Zombies who won't eat you!

More Info: http://cleozombie.livejournal.com
Fremont Zombie #2

Cadaver Cadabra Halloween Night!

Halloween Party!

Doors: 6:30 / Start Time: 7:00pm / End Time: 12:00pm +
Location: Studio Seven http://www.studioseven.us
110 South Horton St.Seattle, WA. 98134

This is the place to be for Halloween aficionados this year! Join the artists, musicians and lovers of all things macabre Oct 31st at Cadaver Cadabra. Come dressed freakishly fabulous……and it is all ages!

Admission:
kids - $5.00 / 2006 Zombie Walk participant discount- $10.00 / @ door- $15.00


Sunset

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Hey just wanted to say hello.  Name is Greg and I'm gonna be moving to Seattle sometime soon.  I just have a few questions....

1) Does anyone know of any job vacancies in the field of psychology research/consulting.  I don't quite have a graduate degree yet but I'm seriously thinking of working on it.  I'm a little intimidated about finding a new job because I'm having a hard time, especially with this line of interest.

2) Does anyone take Hip-Hop dance classes, if so do you know where are the best classes are held?

I hope everyone has a great day!  And any advice about moving into Seattle/Tacoma region would be greatly appreciated and acknowledged.