A few drunky neighboorhoodies got frustrated with the crackheads and started screaming for them to "Get out of our neighborhood!" and "Stop ruining our neighborhood!" Well, it escalated, and police had to break it up.
April and Chris went with me to my co-workers play, OK.luv, in the U District. Before the show we walked to a bar down the street for a shot and a beer. On the way, we found this Scum of the Earth sign. April and Chris did not approve.
The Hi-Life in Ballard has a Sunday family style fried chicken dinner every week. A big group of us went to check it out and it was pretty good. We all left so stuffed, with left-overs. Also, I don't eat fried chicken skin, so my dining partners seemed to get pretty excited by that.
Belltown Pub had a Google Places event tonight. Chris is practicing checking in on Google Latitude, or maybe actually doing it, who knows. Also, I walked out on my tab tonight - worse, I was completely sober.
The Rabbit Hole has ski-ball, and I'm pretty good at it. I always shoot for the 50, rather than go for the 100, which means I consistently hit 30s and 40s. I played with a new friend today that I met at a Lions meetup and he's from the West side of Michigan, random.
Gus and I went to brunch and then shopping. On our way out of my apartment building (through the alley entrance) we found this fun gem. Luckily we have CleanScapes, and I did call them, but it may have taken a little while for them to come get it because upon returning, it was still there. If only we had a MID or BID in Belltown...
Everyone raves about Five Guys, but I was not that impressed. I went to the one in Northgate, and it was just, eh.
It did remind me of this place back home, Bates. They were the BEST hangover cure. I do sometimes miss Bates' Burgers, and their grilled cheese, too. I'd love a franchise out here in Seattle, but I am guessing that's wishful thinking.
So, this is the dessert we shared, and I have to say, it was pretty decent.