Melody, Bartender

Melody Swett

I have to drive. There are no options on that one. The buses don’t run down there, and I never know when I’m going to get home. You have to go down to a dangerous area to get the bus. One guy got stabbed down there. I could get stuck until what, 5 in the morning?

 No matter what the economy does across the country, there’s so much residual money in Seattle that it will always be expensive. And we are a port city. We don’t get hit like the midwestern states economically, and these big businesses aren’t going anywhere. They are putting 1200 apartments in two to three buildings alone.”

Food’s getting a lot more expensive, especially meats. Because of all of the income in this area, higher specialty foods are coming in to this area and the price of everything is going up.”

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