Speaking to Seattle based publication, The Stranger, police spokesman Sean Whitcomb claimed that capitalising on mass munchies madness was “Deliberately ironic enough that people will accept them in good humour.”
In the over-saturated coffee market of the pacific northwest, some buxom baristas have found a way to get a leg up on competition by dressing in bikinis and handing out handjobs for tips. These small (often drive-through) dens of caffeine and sin sport such colorful names as: Java Jugs, Twin Peaks Espresso, Moo-Licious, Lace’n’Lattes and (I wish I was making this up) Brewlesque Espresso.
A Seattle woman is convinced that she can force her body to live on nothing but sunlight, but she’s going to fail. She plans on livestreaming the next six months of her life, also known as the last six months of her life, in which she plans on trying to get all her nutrition from the sun.
As of midnight last night, personal and recreational use of marijuana became legal in Washington state. And with that legalization will come a market. A really big market. And former Microsoft product manager James Shively wants to take advantage of that market, offering high end weed in a retail environment.
Now that weed is legal in Washington state for everyone over the age of 21, the Seattle PD has some guidelines to follow for legal weed consumption. And no, if you’ve already had your weed taken, you can’t get it back. That’s police department break room weed now, bitch.
In 2009, Seattle police arrested a man named Daniel Lee, whom they suspected was a drug dealer. They confiscated his phone, and then while the phone was in police custody, it got a text message from someone asking for heroin. So Detective Kevin Sawyer responded, pretending to be Lee, and when the man showed up to buy, they busted him. And all of that is totally legal.