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(phma addressed me a question here, but I don't know what he is referring to.)
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I'm moving the big list of areas/disticts to [[Talk:Seattle/Districts]] until it's cleaned up and more usefull. [[User:Maj|Majnoona]]
 
I'm moving the big list of areas/disticts to [[Talk:Seattle/Districts]] until it's cleaned up and more usefull. [[User:Maj|Majnoona]]
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:Judging by recent edit in the article, I'm not the only one frustrated by the removal of the neighborhood info. Maybe we can do a map, to keep both Majnoona and the rest of us happy? -- [[User:Jmabel|Jmabel]] 16:08, 8 Feb 2004 (EST)

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As a person who's lived in Seattle for 25 years: yes, the Pike Place Market is a cliche, after a fashion, but visiting Seattle and skipping the Market would be like visiting Washington, DC and skipping the government buildings. The market is touristy, but the locals still outnumber the tourists, and as a working public market it is almost unique in America at this point. - Jmabel 12:08, 27 Dec 2003 (PST)

You said "WRONG" to someone's earlier comment. The only way someone can figure out who said that is to search the history. Can you reword it so that it's not in first person? -phma 17:09, 30 Dec 2003 (PST)

Whatever you are referring to, someone must have deleted it by now, because I can't find it in the article. If you can be more specific, I'm sure I can address it. - Jmabel 13:34, 5 Jan 2004 (EST)


I'm moving the big list of areas/disticts to Talk:Seattle/Districts until it's cleaned up and more usefull. Majnoona

Judging by recent edit in the article, I'm not the only one frustrated by the removal of the neighborhood info. Maybe we can do a map, to keep both Majnoona and the rest of us happy? -- Jmabel 16:08, 8 Feb 2004 (EST)

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