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 Post subject: Re: [SEATTLE] Home of FootFace and therefore interesting!
PostPosted: Fri Oct 22, 2010 4:59 pm 
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Oh man, I wish I had a kid. Because I can't quite bring myself to go to the Harry Potter exhibit at Pacific Science Center alone, but I kinda really want to see it. [sad face]


I saw a commercial for it on tv last night and I want to go too!


Go with me!


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It opens tomorrow but I want to read some reviews to see if the exhibition is worth $26/$19.

For those who aren't in the HP loop: http://www.pacsci.org/harrypotter/


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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
PostPosted: Fri Oct 22, 2010 8:46 pm 
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They showed some of it on the news this morning and it looked great. But yes, reviews from actual paying customers are good!

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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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I just watched http://goo.gl/nA2c and it looks really good!
Deathly Hallow opens Nov 19 so we could go to the exhibition and see the movie!!!


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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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Quit nerding up this thread, nerds.

(I kid!)


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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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Last night I went to Wedgewood 2 Vegetarian Thai on Broadway for dinner. I tried two dishes, red curry w/ fresh tofu and a broccoli dish w/ fried tofu, and both were delicious. Food portions were skimpy compared to other Thai restaurants and they were also a bit stingy with the rice but I would definitely go again.

http://www.yelp.com/biz/wedgwood-ii-veg ... ai-seattle

I also went to Full Tilt in the U-District and instead of the normal two vegan flavors they had four!
Mayan chocolate
Coconut
Vietnamese cinnamon
Pumpkin spice

I tried both the Vietnamese cinnamon and pumpkin spice and while very good, I wasn't able to eat more than a couple of spoonfuls of each. The Vietnamese cinnamon tasted like candy, specifically Red Hots, and the pumpkin spice literally tasted like pumpkin pie batter.


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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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I did not know there was vegan ice cream in the U District. Veeeeeery interesting.

Yes, I want to see the movie too! (Even if that makes me a nerd.)

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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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I really want to go to Full Tilt. I need to stop stuffing myself full of some other food every time I'm in the U-District. No room for ice cream!

Alternately, I could stop being on my way to the dentist every time I'm in White Center but that seems less likely. Why else would I be in White Center?


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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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Full Tilt changes their flavors every week (supposedly). I went to the Columbia City location a few weeks ago and they had two flavors, pina colada and salted caramel. The pina colada was amazing and the salted caramel was good but way too intense for my taste buds.


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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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There's a Full Tilt in the U District?!?! Is there pinball there too? I should just google instead of asking you guys, but I am really excited about the prospect of pinball and ice cream so close to my parents' house.

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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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Not good enough for a subforum, huh?

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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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Not good enough for a subforum, huh?

We can barely manage a thread, let alone a subforum.

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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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Hey Seattle crew! It looks like I'm going to come visit you. I'll be there Dec 18-Jan 7. Adventures? Meetups? Show me cool stuff? Feed me tasty food? Anything neat going on for New Year's?

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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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Woo, our first visitor from the new boards! A meetup, to be sure, but I haven't even begun to think that far ahead.

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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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monkeytoes wrote:
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Not good enough for a subforum, huh?

We can barely manage a thread, let alone a subforum.


It's sad because it's true!

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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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Hey Seattle crew! It looks like I'm going to come visit you. I'll be there Dec 18-Jan 7. Adventures? Meetups? Show me cool stuff? Feed me tasty food? Anything neat going on for New Year's?


I don't do neat New Year's things.

But I like meet-ups! And eating! So... YEAH!

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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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There's a Full Tilt in the U District?!?! Is there pinball there too? I should just google instead of asking you guys, but I am really excited about the prospect of pinball and ice cream so close to my parents' house.


The U District store is really small so they don't have any games.


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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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SweetT wrote:
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There's a Full Tilt in the U District?!?! Is there pinball there too? I should just google instead of asking you guys, but I am really excited about the prospect of pinball and ice cream so close to my parents' house.


The U District store is really small so they don't have any games.

bummer! but ice cream is good!

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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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I would totally dig an HP PPK meet-up, and I was planning on going to the exhibition anyway!

cough.

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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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I'm just going to throw out a date of Nov 20?
It's the day after the movies comes out but right before the hectic holidays.


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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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I could do the 20th.

Charlie, we'd love to have you if you don't mind hanging out with old people. (Well, old person, anyway... SweetT doesn't qualify.)

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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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missdelaney = charliestorm?


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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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SweetT wrote:
missdelaney = charliestorm?


Yes, indeed. Unless she's trying to remain anonymous, in which case... whatever would make you think such a thing?

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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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It's kind of early for snow in the passes, right?
We might be in for an interesting winter.


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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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Yes, it is me. Er. Charlie Storm.

Old, pshaw. If you're into Harry Potter...

I work Saturdays till eight. If we settle on a date, I'll see if I can work a different shift.

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 Post subject: Re: Seattle!
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The exhibition is $26 during the day and $19 at night. The website doesn't say at what time the evening price kicks in though. Perhaps, movie first for those who might want to join us (hint hint!) and then exhibition?


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