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Open Thread Thursday: What’s on Your Mind, Neighbors?

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8 comments on “Open Thread Thursday: What’s on Your Mind, Neighbors?

  1. Any chance the “Search Your RVP” can be replaced or at least supplemented with a Bing option? For all the Microsoft bashing that goes on in this area, they fund a lot of charities and projects in our area – very close to home, the meeting hall in New Holly for example – yet I never see Google (or Amazon / Bezos for that matter) mentioned as a partner *anywhere* in the area.

    “Do no evil” (which is complete BS) means “Don’t give a toss about the community you’re located in” as far as I can tell.

  2. Looking forward to our Night Out party, which will be held on 55th Ave So. to commemorate the recent shutdown of the notorious Sharon L. Stone house. Thanks to the work by block watch captains, police and city officials and, most of all, over a hundred vigilant neighbors for making this happen. Stop by and celebrate with us and special guest Peter Holmes, Seattle City Attorney on August 2nd!

  3. Here in Rainier Beach, I have neighbors who have a teenage boy. The boy’s friends come to visit, sometimes in gang-like groups, and throw litter all over the street: soda cans and bottles, snack wrappers, and especially Jack-in-the-Box packaging. They drop trash where they stand, stand around in trash, and then walk right over it. I’m tired of seeing litter blowing all over lower Rainier Avenue and the surrounding area, much of it courtesy of these punks and the fast-food franchises.

  4. Overheard on the #9 northbound today-“I stay away from jail like the plague because I don’t trust anyone to take care of my dog”

  5. Anyone else upset that the new dog grooming service in Columbia Plaza covered up the Jungle Butter graffiti? That was an iconic part of C City and by far the best piece on that wall. Now instead of looking at classic Seattle 90’s graffiti, I have to read some crap about washing dogs. Where was the historic preservation society?

  6. Is Jungle Butter one of the local gangs? Sounds like a pot infused sandwich spread.

  7. @Pissed off

    Meh. While I understand your point, Columbia City is not what it was. That ship sailed a long, long time ago.

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