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Manly Seattle

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Umbrellas - Manly or not?

Started by Krishna. Last reply by Kevin Daniels Dec 21, 2011. 6 Replies

Just what the title says. I tend to think of umbrella carriers around the city as un-Seattle-y, which is not really a comment on someone's manliness. But I was recently thinking about it, and while…Continue

Cheap Date Nights?

Started by Paul Miller. Last reply by Sean Patrick Allan Apr 27. 3 Replies

Hello all,You all know that our town isn't the cheapest to live in, and as a fella supporting my wife and son on a single income, I don't always have the big bucks to take my wife out.I was thinking…Continue

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Comment by William Neal on October 18, 2009 at 12:08am
Sounds like a great idea. I do work second shift. I can come over to the east side as well. I am not that provencial. My availability will be on the weekends, for anything in the evening, unless you would be open to meeting after I get off work, like on a Friday. The end of my shift is at 10:30 pm. We can see what we can work out.
Comment by William Neal on October 18, 2009 at 12:00am
I live in Seattle, the Greenwood area.
Comment by William Neal on October 11, 2009 at 10:37am
Hey Guys, if any of you want to get together and hang out, let me know. I do work second shift at Boeing so my availability is on the weekends. Look forward to hear from you.
 

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