Seattle Space Needle Reflection at Night

Carless in Seattle

Seattle Used Car Dealership

Well, it’s official.

At 7:00am, I posted the following ad word-for-word:

“1999 Mercury Villager – $5 Million

104,000 miles. Power steering, locks, seats, and all of that good stuff. The AC is cold, and the heater is hot. The tires are new-ish (6 months).

We’ve had this minivan for one year, and it’s fairly comfortable. In the last year, we’ve taken trips in the van to such exotic locations as Las Vegas, NV, Portland, OR and Bellevue, WA. Portland was cool, but Bellevue sucked. Seriously, have you been to that place? It’s full of pretentious

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Photo of the Day: Window Washer

Spiderman

Rapper’s Delight

I’ve never been a fan of rhyming protest slogans. In my opinion, they turn serious protests into goofy nursery rhymes or really lame rap songs. Sure, I get it on some level, rhyming slogans are supposed to be catchy and easily memorized, but still … more often than not I just end up laughing at them.

Take, for example, the Egyptian Protest in Westlake Park on Saturday. After the time-honored “no justice, no peace” callback, I was treated to “Egypt, don’t have amnesia, we want freedom like Tunisia”.

Eh?

Think I’m making it up? It’s about halfway through the

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Dear Egypt: Be Careful What You Ask For

Protest for Egypt in Seattle, Washington

Luxor Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas

For the last couple of days, I’ve been watching the Egyptian uprising live:

http://english.aljazeera.net/watch_now/2007829161423657345.html

In my opinion, everyone should watch it, for it is the destiny of all corrupt nations.

Personally, I sympathize with the Egyptian people. I respect what they are doing tremendously. It’s the most beautiful thing I have seen in a long time. Watching people toss out their corrupt governments gives me hope. It marginally restores my faith in humanity. As I watch the people around me complain everyday but do ABSOLUTELY NOTHING of substance, the knowledge that people

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Live From Westlake Park

Egypt Protest in Seattle

Battle Scars of a Seattle Winter

Well, I just got my lab results back:

Vitamin D Results

Keep in mind that I take a tablet containing 200% RDA of Vitamin D every day. To no avail, apparently.

On a positive note, the results also showed that my penis is twice as large as normal.

For a tree frog.

I take what I can get.

A Sense of Humor Is Like a High IQ

Un-PC Shirt

Un-PC Shirt

PETA Note

Everyone is convinced that they have one, but few people actually do.

I encountered this sign about 10 minutes ago outside J&J Gifts on First Avenue.

Towers

Seattle Municipal Tower

Seattle Municipal Tower

I make juvenile jokes every time I see the Seattle Municipal Tower (building at far left).

Don’t get me wrong, it’s a pretty building, and at 722 feet tall, it’s quite awe-inspiring.

Still, from certain angles … well, you either see it or you don’t. I don’t want to ruin the aesthetics for others.

The Columbia Center (the tall black building) is the tallest building in the Pacific Northwest, and at 932′ is the 20th tallest in the nation. Basically, it’s our Sears Tower, although I think the Columbia Center is the nicer looking of the

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Photo of the Day: A Boat

Seattle and Coast Guard Ship

Seattle and Coast Guard Ship

Photo of the Day: Seattle Sunset

Seattle Sunset

Seattle Sunset