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... now, ask questions
later. The strange, skinny guy looked like he wasn’t all there mentally, and he
whimpered and squealed as the cops pushed his face
into the asphalt. Of course I don’t know the whole story, but how were the cops
to know what this man had done or whether he was even guilty of it? It seemed a
case of his word against the other mans, the only difference being that the
dishevelled older man was being shoved in ...
Today is my first day on my 6 week Seattle adventure. I went to the Metro Mart and PCC today. Those are 2 fancy schmantzy grocery stores, but they have yummy prepared foods like the tofu tikka masala I ate today. YUM!
So it took me about 17 hours and 41 minutes to get here (I started a stopwatch when I left LA). I left at 5:30 am. Those of you that know me, know I am not a morning person. So ...
... playing on Google I found information on a ferry trip over to Bainbridge Island, it was such a nice day and we had all afternoon we decided to go on an adventure. The ferry was big with two floors just for cars and two floors for people and only $15 for both of us for a return trip, nice cheep harbour cruise. Bainbridge Island is a lovely place, a mixture of old and new and very well kept.
... with all the cables, the audio quality was such that it was difficult to understand even simple instructions like, I have to go to the bathroom, much less carry on a conversation. When we got the new bike we purchased a Sena communication system. This system mounts "discretely" on both rider and passenger helmets and connects via Bluetooth. The first time we used it Charlene said, "Wow, I can actually understand you." However, since Charlene would rather listen ...
... intercom (it is a mini-bus) after every other stop that ‘Kitsap Transit has provided us with seat-belts . . . I’d sure be grateful if you’d try ‘em out’. As we approach the terminus, his spiel concludes with ‘I sure enjoy my job, so thanks for riding my bus’ followed by one final witticism . . . today’s reminded us that in the case of loss of cabin pressure, oxygen masks would drop from above. I am sure every morning ...