I Went Back
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I have officially finished Seattle. This past go-round I did the underground walking tour and I was dragged through Pike Place Market for a few hours. Having already seen the Space Needle, and having no interest in the EMP or any sort of physical activity (frisbee golf, hiking, snowshoeing, etc); Seattle has absolutely nothing left by way of tourism to offer me. There are Jack-In-The-Boxes in many states, and it's probably time I started visiting them. I even visited Bruce Lee's grave while I was out west. Which is awesome and creepy, at the same time. Awesome in that, it's a pretty solid monument to both Bruce and his deceased son, Brandon; and creepy that I opened a card addressed to Bruce some twenty to thirty years after his death, (I told you in previous entries that I was an Asshole).
Just like last time, the friends of my 'transplant friends' completely disappeared. I was there from the 28th of November to the 2nd of December; I met one neighbor who was apparently a 'cat person', and I heard a different neighbor get inefficiently pleasured by a man who was too drunk to last.
That's it. That was my trip. The rest was spent drinking, smoking, and my personal favorite: Taking a housecat for a walk. Seeing as how my friends plan on living out there for some years to come, we're going to have to find a happy medium, like meeting in Vegas for a visit, or flying into Seattle and then GOING SOMEWHERE ELSE. It's not a fun city, they'll break your balls over jaywalking, and let a dude smoking pot in front of them GO, just to give you a Jaywalking ticket.
Unless you absolutely have to visit, I would suggest buying a couple of seasons of Frasier on DVD and saving your money. One man's opinion.