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Posted on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010

Dave!Why me?

Last night I worked until 12:30am only to be rudely awakened at 4:30am by my hotel neighbors. Today I had to switch hotels, because when you book separate dates using a "blind bid" site like Priceline.com you never know where you'll end up. This time I ended up at The Westin, which is my second-favorite hotel in Seattle (after the W)... you just can't beat those Heavenly Beds! Not only that, but the location is killer and, most importantly, it's pretty quiet for a downtown city hotel...

Westin Hotel View

Except if you end up staying here on the night of midterm political elections.

Especially if the incumbent candidate for State Senator has her election night HQ here.

Particularly if you have her supporters staying on your floor.

And very likely if they are staying in the room next door.

And most definitely if she ends up winning the election.

   
I am.

She is.

There are.

They are.

She did. Apparently. I guess. Or is going to. Or something good. I don't know, because I don't give a crap. But there's music blasting outside and yelling in the hallway. Maybe she punched somebody in the face then took a shit on their head, and that's why people are going nuts. Given the nasty, reprehensible, disgusting campaign that both she and her opponent ran, I wouldn't be surprised at all.

But whatever. I honestly don't know what's going on.

All I do know is that I won't be getting much sleep tonight. Again.

Priceline Negotiator: WILLIAM SHATNER!

THANKS A LOT, PRICELINE NEGOTIATOR!

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Comments

  1. Peggy Archer says:

    Sounds like a party that you should crash. And then exploit for your own gain at a later date.

  2. Sybil Law says:

    You and your poor sleep luck!!
    Hope you get to sleep tonight.

  3. martymankins says:

    And I always thought Shatner was good for getting anyone the best. Guess not.

    Hope you get some sleep tonight.

  4. Peggy Archer says:

    Honestly, I’ve had such bad experiences with Priceline that now I’d just rather pay more and know what I’m getting ahead of time.

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