January 8th, 2006

BANANA

Disregard if needle-wary

Piercing and tattoo questions have come up before on the community, so I thought I'd volunteer a little unsolicited information and give Deep Roots a plug. They're on the Ave just above 45th - same spot as Laughing Buddha used to be because they're the same folks, just under their own management now.

The owner, Rion, actually did my piercing (a very intimate one that he handled awesomely), and everyone I talked to there both before and after was incredibly knowledgeable and helpful, with none of the condescension that those of us with hidden jobs often get from the more noticably enhanced. The studio is clean, bright, and gorgeously done up with several private rooms and a HUGE array of flash and jewelry on display. They definitely know what they're doing down there. It's a just really great place overall, and I highly recommend going in to have a look around if you're in the market to get something done.

Fellow metal-freaks, check it out. Deep Roots is cool.

Nordheim Sublease

Hi. I'm moving out of my apartment at Nordheim Court, so I can move into a house with my friend. I need to find someone (a guy) to sublease my place until August. The rent is $585 a month; it includes all utilities, cable, internet, furniture, and phone. It's a ten minute walk from school, or you can take a bus from across the street. Feel free to email me @ uwpj118@u.washington.edu with any questions. Thanks!
dean

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Help...i can either take:

Asian Art History 204 with Cynthia Bogel

or

English 243 with Jonathan Crimmins: the Shape of Poetry

i'm already taking chem 238 and english 239....

i want which one would be easier...

Help! advice please...


by the way, i'm a bio major. so i know nothing about art history classes and little about english classes. so...thanks in advance