Some random pictures from my phone.
1. Oh my god! A double-rainbow!
2. Presumably in response to police activity to enforce squatting laws in the park that is currently hosting Occupy Seattle. Either that, or there’s some serious price-gouging on crack in Downtown Seattle. This town needs a hard-hitting investigative journalist to get to the bottom of these crack sales; really find out what the protest is all about. Instead, this is what passes for news around here.
3. I only caught this wheat pasting in this state, but I bet it was awesome in its full glory. I suspect that it may have been a DESTROY graphic, but I cannot substantiate that suspicion.
5. Somebody’s eyes are watching. Somebody’s eyes are seeing me loving you.
6. So, there’s this place in the International District, called Fort St. George, that sells a style of Japanese cuisine called yohshoku. Yohshoku is, put simply, Japanese-style Western food. But, as anyone who has ever watched a Japanese television show can attest, the Japanese never do anything the way you would expect (read: sane, predictable or rational). So, you end up with dishes like curry spaghetti and doria – which is a baked rice, cheese and sauce dish, often with bacon or mushrooms – or the quintessential Japanese hamburger. This is a picture of chicken fried rice, ketchup flavored, topped with an omelette. You read that correctly; and yes, it tastes EXACTLY like it sounds. I thought I was going to die of ketchup poisoning. Holy Moses in wooden crate. Wowza. That is one I won’t ever try again.
For now, sweet readers, that is all. Caveat emptor, motherfuckers.