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    Pre-1996 Seattle People - We Need You in the Creepy Thread.

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    Lol

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    So have you heard of Chip Hanauer or are you too young?
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    Lived there from 1991-2001.

    Chip, Junior, Big Unit, Gruntruck, Artis, Norm Rice....the list goes on.

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    waaaaayyyyy pre-'96.

    Dan Evans? Dixie Lee Ray? Merilee Rush? Paul Revere & the Raiders? Only one floating bridge? Frederick & Nelson? And what was that drag club on 2nd Ave before drag clubs were a hipster thing? Let's get serious here.
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    Paul Revere and the Raiders was a Portland band
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    Thats all ya got?

    True, but they were up here all the time though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oftpiste View Post
    waaaaayyyyy pre-'96.

    Dan Evans? Dixie Lee Ray? Merilee Rush? Paul Revere & the Raiders? Only one floating bridge? Frederick & Nelson? And what was that drag club on 2nd Ave before drag clubs were a hipster thing? Let's get serious here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oftpiste View Post
    waaaaayyyyy pre-'96.

    And what was that drag club on 2nd Ave before drag clubs were a hipster thing? Let's get serious here.
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    The Vogue. The Grey Door, Graven Image, Roscoe Louies
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    Pre-1996 Seattle People - We Need You in the Creepy Thread.

    Off Ramp, Tractor Tavern, The Cajun Corner

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    The Buckaroo

    (the Tractor had been the New Melody)
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    The Sonics
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    Quote Originally Posted by oftpiste View Post
    Thats all ya got?

    True, but they were up here all the time though.
    I’m a PDX boy, what didja expect?
    I remember the Seattle Totems. Buckaroos used to beat up on em all the time.
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    The Zoo Tavern. The Metropolitan. The Dog House (with the mighty Wulitzer)
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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    So have you heard of Chip Hanauer or are you too young?
    Miss Budweiser driver duh

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirVicSmasher View Post
    Miss Budweiser driver duh

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    Chip hated his time with Bernie and Budweiser

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    Airstrip in Issaquah, 2 way traffic and a snowshed near Snoq Pass and the freeway still thru NB.

    I was in 3rd grade in Sea public schools when the busing/integration exp began.
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    Face on left; Boeing engineer and hydroplane record setting guru, he has set more speed records, about 110, in the American Power Boat Assoc. than anyone else. He holds the the fastest speed ever recorded in an outboard 176.556 mph.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mofro261 View Post
    Airstrip in Issaquah, 2 way traffic and a snowshed near Snoq Pass and the freeway still thru NB.

    I was in 3rd grade in Sea public schools when the busing/integration exp began.
    The integration busing in Seattle public schools started long before that. My MIL was bussed to Broadview Thompson from the southend and they tried to flip the bus over when she got there. This was in the early 60s

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    Quote Originally Posted by k2skier112 View Post
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    The man, the myth, the legend, Art Oberto

    No idea who porno stash man is

    My son
    Jesus fuck that's fast.

    Just found out about a hydroplane museum in Kent. Worth seeing?

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    Art Oberto was a great guy... I played soccer with his grandson. The whole team would go to games on his 50ft tour bus

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirVicSmasher View Post
    The integration busing in Seattle public schools started long before that. My MIL was bussed to Broadview Thompson from the southend and they tried to flip the bus over when she got there. This was in the early 60s

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    In the early 60s it was Broadview Elementary (built 1914) and RH Thompson Jr. (built 1962). Originally two separate schools. I went to both. We did have busing - I recall a total of 5 black students in my elementary but not any protests or violence one of the bused students was a good friend of mine. We used to do sleep overs at each others house. We had black teachers so it couldn't have been that bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    In the early 60s it was Broadview Elementary (built 1914) and RH Thompson Jr. (built 1962). Originally two separate schools. I went to both. We did have busing - I recall a total of 5 black students in my elementary but not any protests or violence one of the bused students was a good friend of mine. We used to do sleep overs at each others house. We had black teachers so it couldn't have been that bad.
    I went there too, they still do roller skating in the gym on Friday nights.... Hey KQ do you remember a candy store or something by bitter Lake?

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