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Originally posted by upsp@Dec 12 2005, 11:02 PM

the only damn thang wurth  luking @ in seattle these days is bike and kilo, only an opinion as they go, get drunk and puke with the rest of us scum baggs or die!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

get off the nuts and continue drinking coors light lurking on daddy's laptop

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Originally posted by TONY_DANZA+Dec 13 2005, 09:08 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (TONY_DANZA - Dec 13 2005, 09:08 PM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-upsp@Dec 12 2005, 11:02 PM

the only damn thang wurth  luking @ in seattle these days is bike and kilo, only an opinion as they go, get drunk and puke with the rest of us scum baggs or die!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

get off the nuts and continue drinking coors light lurking on daddy's laptop

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Oh i'm sorry, you wanna hang from the sack a little, no prob here ya go again and again!!!!!!

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nice flicks bump to

hier. fistfucker (we miss you rick). sloer. bsea .other. !

let us see more flicks

 

that kiloe and ? billboard: fresh also

 

nice tits and dtc work per usual

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You all are in for a real treat soon. Weapon of Choice website is making a comeback. I found someone who will let me host the site for free. No more of this no pictures crap and a dead thread. Maybe I'll start a new thread again, let this one die out, not that its not dead already.....see you soon.

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amazing!...i didnt know it was possible for an individual to trip out so hard over their ego on some bullshit internet buzz, which had no disrespect intended...AND THEN lash out ignorantly in the streets in a weak attempt for some revenge.....i mean c'mon mang

 

lets be logical.

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i dont see why everyone hates so much on seattle, so what if we dont have as much graffiti as the rest of the world, for the most part what we have is good graffiti you just gotta find it. and personally i like it this way because you can easily find spots that havnt been hit 1000times before plus we dont have any vandal squad or bull shit like that or at least not in everett we dont.

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Originally posted by BlokFPC@Dec 17 2005, 01:26 AM

i dont see why everyone hates so much on seattle, so what if we dont have as much graffiti as the rest of the world, for the most part what we have is good graffiti you just gotta find it. and personally i like it this way because you can easily find spots that havnt been hit 1000times before plus we dont have any vandal squad or bull shit like that or at least not in everett we dont.

 

Don't say anything in detail about Everett on here..............

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A BRIEF HISTORY OF EVERETT, WASHINGTON

 

Everett and Snohomish County History

 

The lush and verdant peninsula at a site named Port Gardner Bay was for centuries home to Native Americans of the Snohomish tribe. Following the Indian Wars in the 1850s, the Snohomish and other local tribes restructured as the confederation known as Tulalip and were moved to a reservation established at Tulalip Bay.

 

Settlers came to the peninsula in response to government granted homesteads and in hopes of extracting the area's natural resources of timber and ore. Nearby mills such as ones at Port Gamble and Utsalady found this location provided easy access for cutting and transporting timber, and for two decades the area was logged.

 

More change came in the fall of 1891 when work crews began clearing land to build an industrial boomtown supported, planned and built by wealthy east coast and regional investors who expected this spot to be where the Great Northern Railroad would first touch western tidewater. Named after the son of investor Charles Colby, Everett was planned with a diverse economic base that, in the beginning, included a paper mill, a nail factory, a bargeworks and a smelter to refine ores expected to come from the town of Monte Cristo, located in the Cascade mountains. Lumber and shingle mills began filling in at waterfront sites.

 

Everett was incorporated in the spring of 1893. Development was scarcely underway when the country plunged into serious depression. Everett's boom was curtailed by the Panic of 1893. During the next five years, many community services such as hospitals, schools and libraries grew and solidified in response to need.

 

A new economic boom in 1900 solidified Everett's form as an industrial city. By design, Everett set aside most of its waterfront for industry that now included lumber and shingle mills, wood products manufacturers, iron works, shipbuilders, fisheries, and canneries. There was even a brewery and a shoe factory. New expansion coincided with the arrival of immigrants, and the city's population tripled over the next decade, moving from around 8,000 in 1900 to 24,000 in 1910. Though Canadian and German newcomers accounted for the greatest number, the Scandinavian community seemed most cohesive, creating a network of support, often arranging housing and jobs for arriving relatives and friends.

 

By World War I, Everett was dominated by the lumber-shingle trade, and by the 1920s, the city's importance as a regional and international waterfront port was well established. But problems of extractive industry proved major in an ecological sense, and cities cast in industrial modes found the next decades difficult. Tied to Everett's economic base, Snohomish County was one of the hardest hit counties in the state during the years of the Great Depression. Lumber-shingle predominance eventually gave way to the papermaking era of Weyerhaeuser, Scott and the Lowell Paper Mill, and as the timber economy began to wane regionally, the city welcomed a shift to the arrival of Boeing and aerospace in the 1960s.

 

Though Boeing was not able to provide the recession proof industry it hoped at its outset, it has remained an important, dominant and stable presence in Everett. The arrival of electronics corporations such as John Fluke Mfg. and Intermec spurred economic growth in the � but downsizing and layoffs took their toll in the �.

 

Everett's past is present today in many buildings and residences that still stand. Restoration and rehabilitation has given new life to older neighborhoods and Everett抯 central business district. Structures such as the Monte Cristo Hotel, the Culmback and Krieger buildings, various structures along Hewitt Avenue, several residential areas and the city抯 public library and City Hall are examples of successful adaptation of city landmarks. New construction has added a Center for the Performing Arts which takes its place alongside the historic Everett Civic Auditorium and the original Everett Theater.

 

Today Everett supports a healthy economy, utilizing the pluses of aerospace, telecommunications, computer technology, electronics, health care, tourism, education and government business, the paper products industry of Kimberly-Clark Corporation and numerous small businesses. In the 1990s, government plans for a Navy homeport came to fruition. Though scaled back in size from original plans, the Everett homeport is modern in size and design and commands a prominent place on the city抯 waterfront.

 

 

 

Population Statistics 2000 Census

Number Percent

Total population 95,990 100.0

 

SEX AND AGE

Male 46,526 50.9

Female 44,962 49.1

 

Under 5 years 7,136 7.8

5 to 9 years 6,601 7.2

10 to 14 years 5,774 6.3

15 to 19 years 6,241 6.8

20 to 24 8,516 9.3

25 to 34 15,567 17.0

35 to 44 14,911 16.3

45 to 54 11,219 12.3

55 to 59 3,494 3.8

6 0 to 64 2,614 2.9

65 to 74 4,292 4.7

74 to 84 3,703 4.0

85 years and over 1,402 1.6

 

Median age &years) 32.2 N/A

 

18 years and over 68,509 74.9

Male 34,735 38.0

Female 33,774 36.9

21 years and over

 

64,013

70.0

62 years and over

 

10,873

 

 

11.9

65 years and over

 

9,415

10.3

Male 3,665 4.0

Female 5,750 6.3

 

RACE

One race 87,604 95.8

White 74,152 81.1

Black or African American 3,061 3.3

American Indian and Alaska Native 1,423 1.6

 

Asian

5,773 6.3

Asian Indian 521 0.6

Chinese 370 0.4

Filipino 1,432 1.6

Japanese 237 0.3

Korean 617 0.7

Vietnamese 1,333 1.5

Other Asian 1,263 1.4

Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 330 0.4

Native Hawaiian 120 0.1

Guamanian or Chamorro 51 0.1

Samoan 42 0.0

Other Pacific Islander 117 0.1

Some other race 2,865 3.1

Two or more races

 

3,884

4.2

 

Race alone or in combination with one or more races

White 77,476 84.7

Black or African American 3,909 4.3

American Indian and Alaska Native 2,557 2.8

Asian 6,991 7.6

Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander 679 0.7

Some other race 4,065 4.4

 

HISPANIC OR LATINO AND RACE

Total population 91,488 100.0

Hispanic or Latino (of any race)

 

6,539

7.1

Mexican 4,834

 

5.3

Puerto Rican 251 0.3

Cuban

 

40

0.0

Other Hispanic or Latino 1,414 1.5

Not Hispanic or Latino 84,949

 

92.9

White alone 71,276 77.9

 

RELATIONSHIP

Total population 91,488 100.0

In households 87,285 95.4

Householder 36,325 39.7

Spouse 15,276 16.7

Child 25,161 27.5

Own child under 18 years 20,940 22.9

Other relatives 3,694 4.0

Under 18 years 1,195 1.3

Nonrelatives 6,829 7.5

Unmarried partner 2759 3.0

In group quarters 4,203 4.6

Institutionalized population 882 1.0

Noninstitutionalized population

 

3,321

3.6

 

HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE

Total households 36,325 100.0

Family households (families) 21,616 59.5

With own children under 18 years 11,583 31.9

Married couple family 15,276 42.1

With own children under under 18 years 7,344 20.2

Female householder, no husband present 4,552 12.5

With own children under 18 years 3,130

 

8.6

Nonfamily households 14,709 40.5

Householder living alone 11,509 31.7

Householder 65 years and over 3,095 8.5

 

Households with individuals under 18 years 12,511 34.4

 

Households with individuals 65 years and over

6,572 18.1

 

Average household size 2.40 N/A

Average family size 3.04 N/A

 

HOUSING OCCUPANCY

Total housing units 38,512 100.0

Occupied housing units 36,325 94.3

Vacant housing units 2,187 5.7

For seasonal, recreational, or occasional use 74 0.2

 

Homeowner vacancy rate (percent) N/A 1.9

Rental vacancy rate (percent) N/A

 

6.2

 

HOUSING TENURE

Occupied housing units 36,325 100.0

Owner-occupied housing units 16,701 46.0

Renter-occupied housing units 19,624 54.0

 

Average household size of owner-occupied unit 2.51 N/A

Average Household size of renter-occupied unit 2.32 N/A

 

 

 

Everett Firms Employing 100 or More

Firm Phone Number Product or Service

 

1989

 

2001

Achilles USA 353-7000 PVC Film 150 177

Albertson's 872-8070 Grocery 339 440

Associated Sand & Gravel 355-2111 Concrete & Asphalt 500 283

Bethany Northwest 259-5508 Senior Care 315 350

Boeing Co. 342-2121 Commercial Aircraft 23,500 23,700

Buse Timber 258-2577 Lumber 135 125

Cascade S&L 339-5800 Banking 129 150

City of Everett 259-8700 City Government 966 1082

Community Transit 348-7100 Public Transit 220 498

Lowe’s Hardware 259-2017 Retail N/A 138

Eaton (was Opcon) 353-0900 Control Systems 120 110

Everett Clinic 259-0966 Medical 400 1200

Everett Community College 388-9229 Adult Education 297 660

Everett School District 339-4200 Public Education 1,300 1,500

John Fluke 347-6100 Electronic Instruments 2,400 1236

Fred Meyer 348-8423 Retail 375 265

Frontier Bank 347-0600 Banking 139 251

Verizon 261-5321 Telecommunications 1,806 1659

Herald Newspaper 339-3000 Publishing 380 400

Intermec 348-2600 Electronics 500 800

K-Mart 353-8103 Retail 150 120

Kimberly-Clark 259-7333 Paper Products 1,444 910

Mukilteo School District 356-1215 Public Education 400 1600

Jen-Weld (Nord) 259-9292 Wood Products 450 219

Providence Hospital 258-7563 Medical Care 1,100 2,500

PUD #1 258-8211 Electric Utility 824 975

QFC (was Olson’s) 259-6061 Grocery 450 140

Safeway 258-3545 Grocery 600 350

Snohomish County 388-3411 County Government 1,700 2478

U.S. Navy Civilian 304-3487 Military Installation N/A N/A

U.S. Navy Civilian 304-5829 Ship Building & Repair N/A N/A

U.S. Navy, Active Duty " " N/A N/A

U.S. Postal Service 438-2121 Mail Delivery 430

State Emp Security & DSHS 339-4700 State Government 294 500

 

 

 

ncome and Housing Cost

Income and Housing Cost US Dollars Source

Median Household Income $ 46,743 U.S. Census, 2000

Average house cost $168,300 U.S. Census, 2000

 

 

 

 

 

also home of the aquasox and silvertips!!!

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Originally posted by washington@Dec 18 2005, 04:11 AM

That ewok piece is garbage

 

What the fuck!?!? :haha:

LMFAO!!! There is deffinately alot of garbage posted on this thread but that Ewok deffinately is not it.

That Ewok is probably the best thing I've seen on here.

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hahahahah............that was funny! I was talking to Blok..............it's already addressed...........nevermind! hahaha!

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