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Creepy Pixar short.

 

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That's not a Pixar short. It's the work of a independent artist. Great video either way though.
 

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Originally Posted by Marslyr
That's not a Pixar short. It's the work of a independent artist. Great video either way though.

Ok, technically true, but if i'm not mistaken, the artist works at Pixar. I figured that was close enough.
 

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Originally Posted by Jekyll
I don't get it.

Probably just to spite me.
 

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Three random youtube music videos I watched today:

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Originally Posted by TyCooN
Tokyo Slim What's worth eating in the Renton-Bellevue-Seattle area when you have a college student budget? TyC
Define college student budget. I worked full time when I was in school. $10 a meal? What do you like? If you are going to be around in March, I cannot recommend Dine Around Seattle enough. Lunch is $15, Dinner is $30 (plus tip and beverages, etc). Great way to try out some of Seattle's most popular (and usually pricier) dining establishments. Urban Eats usually does this at least once a year as well, with different restaurants. Between the two of them, you can eat pretty well for $15-30 (plus beverages, tax and tip of course) five or so months out of the year.
 

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Tok Slim: $10 a meal is perfect. I don't eat out much so I don't have a straight answer on what I like. I do know what I don't like though. I don't like glorified average tasting food like what t hey serve on Joeys on Lake Union. I'm trying to keep it simple. Not a fan of chains that try to be "special". TyC
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Define college student budget. I worked full time when I was in school. $10 a meal? What do you like? If you are going to be around in March, I cannot recommend Dine Around Seattle enough. Lunch is $15, Dinner is $30 (plus tip and beverages, etc). Great way to try out some of Seattle's most popular (and usually pricier) dining establishments. Urban Eats usually does this at least once a year as well, with different restaurants. Between the two of them, you can eat pretty well for $15-30 (plus beverages, tax and tip of course) five or so months out of the year.
 

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Well there's the usual rec's:

Red Mill, Salumi, Agua Verde, Paseo, Musashi, Pike Chowder, Ezell's (get the spicy chicken, not the regular), Aladdin Falafel, MOD pizza or Pagliacci by the slice, Pecos Pit bbq, Broiler Bay, Pho Cyclo, Pike Fish Fry, uh... there's a fish and chips place on the waterfront by The Fisherman's that has an oyster bar and ice cream place - they have smoked (and fried) fish and chips that are pretty good, but it's like $14 with a drink. Tasty stuff tho.

That should get you started.
 

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