16 thoughts on “Honest Seattle advertisement”

  1. What city was that? That was computer graphics. I grew up in the area. I never saw the sun till I went to school in California.

    This is Seattle.

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  2. 10 Cents:
    What city was that? That was computer graphics. I grew up in the area. I never saw the sun till I went to school in California.

    This is Seattle.

    HA! In my misspent youth, I lived for a month in the Elektra Building in downtown Seattle, and it was like my video most of the time. Never was as bad as yours. Had a lot of homeless bums even back then.

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  3. Clean needles + homeless camps.   Who could ask for anything more?

    I think they should have gone with it. It would attract the right kind of people, if you know what I mean.

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  4. My Goddaughter (although I think she has forgotten about God) is a regional planner in Portland.  Her fiancee owns a carbon-fiber bicycle repair business. Together, they are all about affordable housing and bike lanes for reeaaalllyyy expensive bikes.  If things don’t work out in Portland, I’m sure Seattle would welcome them with open arms.

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  5. Susan in Seattle:
    Ahhh . . . welcome to my world.  Saving the world from plastic straws but not dirty needles.

    The stories I could tell you.

    A: Why are they banning plastic straws in Seattle?

    B: The city council doesn’t want people to know how bad Seattle sucks. (I grew up in Tacoma. :-))

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  6. Bryan G. Stephens:

    drlorentz:

    Bryan G. Stephens:
    A real one on my Hometown

    Makes me want to move there. Do you think they’d let me in?

    Yes. It is a great place to live. I am two miles from the square

    I was being semi-serious. Probably won’t be Georgia for technical reasons but maybe Florida. As California becomes a failed state, I need to consider options. Love the place, not crazy about the gubmint (i.e., the voters).

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  7. drlorentz:

    Bryan G. Stephens:

    drlorentz:

    Bryan G. Stephens:
    A real one on my Hometown

    Makes me want to move there. Do you think they’d let me in?

    Yes. It is a great place to live. I am two miles from the square

    I was being semi-serious. Probably won’t be Georgia for technical reasons but maybe Florida. As California becomes a failed state, I need to consider options. Love the place, not crazy about the gubmint (i.e., the voters).

    Well, Western Fla is more Republican than the East

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