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Old 03-17-2016, 08:16 AM
 
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Went to Seattle via Ferry from Bremerton. Nice, and very free, till I came back.. Great way to get to and from Seattle.
First stop, FX McRorys. Lots of stuff to drink, and I mean allot. Great food too. Steak Sandwich.
Then back towards Emerald City guitars. Closed on Sundays. Dang.
But the Revolution Book Store was open. Went in to check it out. Not exactly my cup of tea. So, before the three of us were able to egress, we were questioned as to what he could do for us, one of the owners.
2 hours later, the rhetoric was intense. It was amazing to talk to someone so ill prepared to talk about history and governments.
So, we left that joint, and went to Space Needle for some views. Turns out, no way to get up, unless we ate at the restaurant there. Over priced, average food. Great views though. It turned at 45 min/revolution, via 1.5hp motor. Think old railway stations where the engine needed to be turned around, and its the same technology. First spinning restaurant, Ala Moana Hawaii.
Pikes, over rated, been there many times as well as Starbucks there. The clam chowder place is very good though..
But, we did go to a bar. Sonyas. Hipsters everywhere. Bunch of Beta Males too. 250 dollars later, we were out of there. Great bar tender, Mima.. She did not like Hipsters...LOL
I know this is a quick blurb on my trip to Seattle, but wind and cold didnt help much.
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Old 03-17-2016, 10:00 AM
 
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Went to Seattle via Ferry from Bremerton. Nice, and very free, till I came back.. Great way to get to and from Seattle.
First stop, FX McRorys. Lots of stuff to drink, and I mean allot. Great food too. Steak Sandwich.
Then back towards Emerald City guitars. Closed on Sundays. Dang.
But the Revolution Book Store was open. Went in to check it out. Not exactly my cup of tea. So, before the three of us were able to egress, we were questioned as to what he could do for us, one of the owners.
2 hours later, the rhetoric was intense. It was amazing to talk to someone so ill prepared to talk about history and governments.
So, we left that joint, and went to Space Needle for some views. Turns out, no way to get up, unless we ate at the restaurant there. Over priced, average food. Great views though. It turned at 45 min/revolution, via 1.5hp motor. Think old railway stations where the engine needed to be turned around, and its the same technology. First spinning restaurant, Ala Moana Hawaii.
Pikes, over rated, been there many times as well as Starbucks there. The clam chowder place is very good though..
But, we did go to a bar. Sonyas. Hipsters everywhere. Bunch of Beta Males too. 250 dollars later, we were out of there. Great bar tender, Mima.. She did not like Hipsters...LOL
I know this is a quick blurb on my trip to Seattle, but wind and cold didnt help much.
I don't like the hipsters either. They are more snobby and violent than they are peaceful and harmonic like they claim to be.
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Old 03-17-2016, 10:34 AM
 
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I don't like the hipsters either. They are more snobby and violent than they are peaceful and harmonic like they claim to be.
I disagree. I've met hipsters and I have never seen any violence from hipsters. I have, however, been subjected to violence from "rednecks " and "ghetto" thugs.
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Old 03-17-2016, 10:41 AM
 
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I disagree. I've met hipsterz and I have never seen any violence from hipsters. I have, however, been subjected to violence from "rednecks " and "ghetto" thugs.
I don't like the rednecks or ghetto thugs either. The hipsters in Capitol Hill specifically are trash. They are unfriendly and act like their little itty bitty hangout spots are some kind of godly sacred territory or something and if you go near it, they will tell you to **** off, as if their little loser unproductive club is something to be so proud of.

Those people are extremely unproductive members to society. Most likely they can't do math or even use a computer or have the willpower to work any real job, so they just combat their laziness and lack of production by doing drugs and claiming little "hangout" spots, getting a million tattoos with their parents' money, shove little metal discs in their earlobes, just to make them feel better about themselves. And on top of that, they "claim" to have titles just to place some kind of value on themselves like "I'm a liberal" or "I'm an activist", using it as a substitute for a real job such as "I'm a pilot, I'm an engineer, I'm an accountant, I'm a nurse, or whatever." Instead, they don't do anything. Reading a couple of hipster blogs and watching the news once a week doesn't make you an "activist". It makes you full of crap.
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Old 03-17-2016, 12:09 PM
 
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I don't like the rednecks or ghetto thugs either. The hipsters in Capitol Hill specifically are trash. They are unfriendly and act like their little itty bitty hangout spots are some kind of godly sacred territory or something and if you go near it, they will tell you to **** off, as if their little loser unproductive club is something to be so proud of.

Those people are extremely unproductive members to society. Most likely they can't do math or even use a computer or have the willpower to work any real job, so they just combat their laziness and lack of production by doing drugs and claiming little "hangout" spots, getting a million tattoos with their parents' money, shove little metal discs in their earlobes, just to make them feel better about themselves. And on top of that, they "claim" to have titles just to place some kind of value on themselves like "I'm a liberal" or "I'm an activist", using it as a substitute for a real job such as "I'm a pilot, I'm an engineer, I'm an accountant, I'm a nurse, or whatever." Instead, they don't do anything. Reading a couple of hipster blogs and watching the news once a week doesn't make you an "activist". It makes you full of crap.
Now I'm curious: There are hipster blogs? Am I that out of it that I'm not aware of them?( Don't answer that)
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Old 03-17-2016, 01:06 PM
 
Location: 98166
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What's a hipster?
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Old 03-17-2016, 01:10 PM
 
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What's a hipster?
Someone who can explain that they're not.
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Old 03-17-2016, 01:40 PM
 
Location: Seattle-WA-USA
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Someone who can explain that they're not.
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Old 03-17-2016, 01:53 PM
 
Location: 98166
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Makes perfect sense.
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Old 03-17-2016, 04:00 PM
 
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What's a hipster?

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