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      03-26-2011, 01:21 AM   #1343
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Saw that Gray Z3 couple days ago at 140th Safeway parking lot.
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      03-27-2011, 09:33 PM   #1344
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Saw a black 335i e92 with an e90post sticker on the driver's side, really dark tint, and gunmetal VMRs. Parked all the way at the back at Target in Factoria.
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      03-28-2011, 03:09 AM   #1345
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Saw a black 335i e92 with an e90post sticker on the driver's side, really dark tint, and gunmetal VMRs. Parked all the way at the back at Target in Factoria.
Hey Twitchy, that would be Chicks-Love-Bimmers. I see him around Factoria all the time.
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Saw a black 335i e92 with an e90post sticker on the driver's side, really dark tint, and gunmetal VMRs. Parked all the way at the back at Target in Factoria.
Yep, that would be me
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      03-28-2011, 12:31 PM   #1347
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Thanks guys. For dim sum, I've been just going to Top Gun. For dinner, they have an awesome king crab when it's in season. Will try chinatown sometime soon when my baby girl can behave herself more when going out for a meal.

I really haven't found any really good pho here on the eastside. Acceptable ones are Saigon Jades in Kirkland (bun thit nuong is pretty good), Than Bros by Crossroads, and Pho House in Renton on Sunset (for their bun bo hue).

I'm always on a quest to find good food. Anyone have Korean recommendations? Kokiri in Federal Way is my fav...worth the drive down from Bellevue.
Try out Western Garden (Suh Won) down in Federal Way off Pac Hwy, the former owners of Mirak sold it and opened WG a block away - next to Trader Joe's in the shopping center. Mirak is still good... but WG is a lot better. For the Seattle area, I like Seoul Hot Pot (no BBQ) near Overlake for casual Korean. Blue Ginger has better service/atmosphere and has BBQ, but it seems more hit and miss than Seoul Hot Pot the past few months. Other than Seoul Hot Pot, I haven't found anything in Seattle that compares to what is available in Federal Way... and that is being generous.
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      03-28-2011, 11:57 PM   #1348
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Jibz....anything korean in LA Ktown rox HELL YEAH ftw the best part is like it's half the price OR double the portion size of up here, huh? there's also more variety in other types of kfood. and don't get me started on the wicked chickdrink-like lemon soju lol
Yeah man tell me about it. The food down there is like 10008032823893282389x better than the food up here and cheaper!!

what is that soju and where do i get it?
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      03-29-2011, 12:53 AM   #1349
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was driving back north from seatac airport, suddenly a fcuking state patrol cop behind me pull to left to hov lane accel and cut back into my lane without any sign and it was very close that i almost hit him. i think he intentionally did that cause there was no car on the right lane and he continues cruising at 80+ without chasing on anyone and no light on and did the exact same thing to car in the front.
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      03-29-2011, 03:41 PM   #1350
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Saw a SG e92 in Lynnwood(?) in the parking lot of Ranch Market. Parked all the way at the back, and when he unlocked his car his angels cut on..
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      03-29-2011, 03:58 PM   #1351
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Saw a SG e92 in Lynnwood(?) in the parking lot of Ranch Market. Parked all the way at the back, and when he unlocked his car his angels cut on..
and you didn't share no bimmer luv?
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      03-29-2011, 09:43 PM   #1352
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I would have, but I was in so much awe that I froze up. You know, to be honest I'm not really sure how to react to other BMW enthusiasts on the road. Do you throw up a peace sign or something? Plus, aside from AE's and grill, my car is too stock looking for anyone to even notice me.
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      03-30-2011, 01:22 AM   #1353
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When you see another enthusiast you line up, honk 3 times, then smash on it... lol jk
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      03-30-2011, 10:25 AM   #1354
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yea i know right(mine is completely stock too+OEM splitters and roofrack)! am new to the bum scene and i don't know how they show the bum love. When i was in the vdub scene, they'd throw the V(peace sign) on my face. and i'd i'd throw it back to their face.

saw a Black e90 lowered on bsome black wheels on the bridge by u village. some asian driver i think
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Try out Western Garden (Suh Won) down in Federal Way off Pac Hwy, the former owners of Mirak sold it and opened WG a block away - next to Trader Joe's in the shopping center. Mirak is still good... but WG is a lot better. For the Seattle area, I like Seoul Hot Pot (no BBQ) near Overlake for casual Korean. Blue Ginger has better service/atmosphere and has BBQ, but it seems more hit and miss than Seoul Hot Pot the past few months. Other than Seoul Hot Pot, I haven't found anything in Seattle that compares to what is available in Federal Way... and that is being generous.
I'm gonna have to try out Western Garden next time. My wife and I have been craving to get take out again soon from Kokiri (by far our fav kplace in the area). Ebisu told me to check out Palace - it's close by so this will be done sooner than WG/SW.

Seoul Hot Pot is decent, but I can't say that I crave it. The small dishes were severely lacking and that's make/break part of the meal for me. Blue Ginger is craps as far as I'm concerned and it's overpriced to boot.

I'm TOTALLY with you on the Federal Way props. It's worth the drive, but I just don't have the time now like I used to a few years back with the baby around.

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Yeah man tell me about it. The food down there is like 10008032823893282389x better than the food up here and cheaper!!

what is that soju and where do i get it?
JIBZ There's korean food in LA and then there's food here... *sigh* The bummer about my trips to socal is that there's never enough time to get everything done and then throwing in the commute/driving times, huh?

Lemon soju is like Mike's Hard Lemonade on roids....omg that stuff rox. smooth & sweet. the consummate chick drink...but perfectly acceptable for guys to shoot/guzzle. heh

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      03-30-2011, 05:34 PM   #1356
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JIBZ There's korean food in LA and then there's food here... *sigh* The bummer about my trips to socal is that there's never enough time to get everything done and then throwing in the commute/driving times, huh?

Lemon soju is like Mike's Hard Lemonade on roids....omg that stuff rox. smooth & sweet. the consummate chick drink...but perfectly acceptable for guys to shoot/guzzle. heh



It's not fair, I gotta move back down there lol.

I actually don't have that bad of a time with traffic. Just avoid the 405 and the 10 during commute times ESPECIALLY THE 405 - damn parking lot. I mostly take the streets going east and west in town like Pico, Santa Monica Blvd, Olympic, Venice, etc. Can get from BH to Santa Monica in like 15 minutes as opposed to 1 hour + if you took the 10. If you know the side streets you don't have a hard time at all. The bummer is having to leave Socal, just way too epic.

Sounds so good man....So where do you go for your KBBQ fixes? I'm having withdrawls and need some along with all those small dishes they give you with it - I have no idea what they are, but boy are they good!
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      03-30-2011, 07:27 PM   #1357
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I've been seeing a few e92s here at Harborview. Anyone of you guys work there too?
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Gray E90 3 Series with Replica AC Front Lip and aftermarket Blue Angle Eyes on NE 40th ST turned right onto 15th Ave NE. Car went on 520 East and then 405 South. It was around 11:50AM.
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Saw this HELLA sick AW e92 M3 at the Evergreen Safeway today. It had either white varrostens or volk TE's. Sounded sick too.
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      03-31-2011, 04:51 PM   #1361
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Saw this HELLA sick AW e92 M3 at the Evergreen Safeway today. It had either white varrostens or volk TE's. Sounded sick too.
Is it the AW E92 M3 with white Volk TE37 and Challenge Lip? I saw that too just couple hours ago.
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Not the best AW I've seen, a guy named johnny owns the nicest one
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      03-31-2011, 05:21 PM   #1363
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Not the best AW I've seen, a guy named johnny owns the nicest one
No way bro, my car is all stock.
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      03-31-2011, 06:45 PM   #1364
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No way bro, my car is all stock.
what happened to p car? are you keeping M for now?
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