a) A little piece of Heaven, a bigger piece of Hell.
b) West coast redneck refuge.
a) You live in Pacific, WA? Sorry.
b) There are no stop lights in Pacific, WA.
|2.||Port Angeles, WA|
A small town located in the Pacific Northwest, which is located in Washington, the northwest state in the Pacific Northwest, and then located in the northwestern part of Washington on the Northern Olympic Peninsula. With a surrounding population estimated at around 30,000-40,000; it is the largest city in Clallam County and the Olympic Peninsula. It is nicknamed "the center of it all" and the gateway to the Olympic National Park. Although Port Angeles is jawdropping beautiful, it has the worst drug and alcohol problem, the most suicides, and the highest concentration of meth labs in the state of Washington. It is home to Olympic Medical Center, noted for being one of the best medical centers of its kind in the world. It has surprisingly bad traffic for being such a small city, and teenage city residents tend to be either hicks, druggies, or intelligent people that have a lot going for themselves. It's particularly well known for the Twilight series.
Port Angeles, WA is very beautiful.
Dupont, Washington is in the Pacific Northwest. It is a beautiful, but growing, small town located in glorious Washington State nestled between the Cascades/Mount Rainer and the Puget Sound off of Interstate 5 between Exits 119 and 116.
If you are looking for the perfect place to walk, run, bike, or hike for the day or plan a weekend getaway, DuPont is the place you can spend the day in the woods without having to drive to the woods. The people that live there are upper middle class but rich compared to the rest of the United States due to the high cost of living. The homes there range from 300-500 thousand.
It has been dubbed pleasentville by many and thats a pretty accurate description. Powder Works Park is a very nice and up to date park with nice baseball fields soccer fields and a state of the art playground for the kids.
So if you have a family and you make atleast 100 large a year and dont mind living spitting distance away from your next door nieghbor then Dupont is the place for you.
You live in Dupont, WA ? Isnt that pleasentville
Also known in the Pacific Northwest as "The Mississippi of Washington", Belfair is a backwoods shithole that sits on the mouth of the Hood Canal in Western Washington state. Despite being only an hour drive from Seattle, Belfair manages to be mostly populated by hairy, foul-smelling, beer-gut sporting, dental-care-hating, camoflage-loving redneck douchebags. One of Washington's many popular destinations for aquiring a crippling methamphetamine addiction, Belfair is also known and loved by locals for its proud tradition of racism, 4x4ing, domestic violence, hunting, alchohol abuse, homophobia, and fat ugly bitches that wear two-sizes-too-small pink sweatpans that say "JUICY" on the ass. If you've never been to Belfair, thank whatever god you pray to, click on another link (quickly!) and forget you lost the last minute of your life reading about the town voted "One Of America's Biggest Concentration Of Assholes With Big Trucks, Big Confederate Flags And Tiny Penises"* - Belfair.
* - i may or may not have made up this poll but it does not discount the inherent truth within
I ran out of gas in Belfair, WA and when I got back to my car with gas some fucking tweakers stole my sparkplug wires and plastic hubcaps!
Las Mujeres in Motion, A collective of WaXicana Spoken Word Activist Performance Art Poets with the purpose of "empowering mujeres to say whatever the fuck they want!!!" The Mujeres in Motion collective is made up of five women. Maritza Soledad, Laura Alviso, Madeline Alviso, Elisa Miranda and Vanessa Alviso. All have stage names, respectively: Soledad, Lala, Nena, Lil bit and Bashi. I have worked extensively for over five years with the Alviso family, worked on a Guerrilla Teatro Cooperative with the Alvisos and Maritza Soledad in the spring of 2006. Collectiely we co-hosted a benefit for Atenco and the South Central Farm on June 10, 2006 in Seattle, WA in solidarity with Self-Help Graphics in Los Angeles.more...
In the following case study I will give a brief biographical sketch of each member of the collective, discuss the historical context of Chicana artist collectives and cultural work in the Pacific Northwest, Make a brief intervention on the discussion of high vs. low art followed by some literary analysis of the poetry of the Mujeres in Motion collective.
What I hope to demonstrate through this case study is to give voice to a particular style of resistance culture contextualized within an anti-imperialist, anti-patriarchal, New Tribalist, WaXicanista aesthetic de mentalidad toricida. What I hope to accomplish is to encourage other cultural workers by demonstrating that there are folks out there, who are collectively working to make a world where many worlds can ex...
1) The drizzle that is characteristic of the Pacific Northwest region, which consists of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho."
2) A major cause of depression.
3) Awful weather.
1) "Why is it drizzling so much?"
"Because we're in WA...This is what people call 'PNW Drizzle'."
2) "She killed herself last night."
"She was very depressed...I think it had something to do with all this PNW Drizzle."
3) "It's drizzling again..."
"I know...It sucks...A LOT."
Popular in the Pacific Northwest, Rainier Beer is a brand of beer that features an iconic script "R" prominently on the can.
Although Rainier is now owned by Pabst brewing and is bottled in California, lots of people in the Pacific Northwest still prefer Rainier as the 'local cheap beer,' as it is most certainly a cheap "macrobrew" not a "microbrew."
"We drink lots of Vitamin R when we go fishing up near Seattle."
"Why do you like Rainier Beer so much?"
"Because I grew up stealing cans of Vitamin R out of my dad's fridge. It's always been my favorite cheap brew."