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(KIRO-7 Seattle)   Seattle's binge drinking communities, ranked   ( kiro7.com) divider line
    More: Silly, King County, Washington, binge drinking, percent, adults, report binge drinking, adult report binge  
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2017-03-16 02:44:23 PM  
33. Bothell and Woodinville: 13 percent of adults report binge drinking in the past 30 days.

Huh, only #33?  I better get back to work.
 
2017-03-16 03:41:06 PM  
Keyword: report.
 
2017-03-16 04:13:34 PM  

toraque: 33. Bothell and Woodinville: 13 percent of adults report binge drinking in the past 30 days.

Huh, only #33?  I better get back to work.


How are Bothell and Woodinville part of Seattle?

As to TFA: all the neighborhoods with 20 somethings are high. I could have told you that without clicking.
 
2017-03-16 04:21:56 PM  
#5: Capitol Hill.

No shiat.
 
2017-03-16 04:22:52 PM  

JamesBenjamin: toraque: 33. Bothell and Woodinville: 13 percent of adults report binge drinking in the past 30 days.

Huh, only #33?  I better get back to work.

How are Bothell and Woodinville part of Seattle?

As to TFA: all the neighborhoods with 20 somethings are high. I could have told you that without clicking.


For that matter, SeaTac and Vashon Island.  Guess they mean the metropolitan area.
 
2017-03-16 04:39:29 PM  
4. Ballard: 31 percent of adults report binge drinking in the past 30 days.

I better tell my wife that we need to step it up. We're almost in the top 3.
 
2017-03-16 04:53:35 PM  

MrSteve007: I better tell my wife that we need to step it up.


This is the type of competitiveness that made America Great!
 
2017-03-16 04:59:31 PM  

What a Seattle binge drinker might look like:


img.fark.net

 
2017-03-16 04:59:37 PM  
I think they just stood outside of Pesos on a sunday morning to pad their numbers
 
2017-03-16 05:58:50 PM  
So I'm in the minority in my neighborhood...

With a little work we'll make that the majority
 
2017-03-16 06:21:39 PM  
Burien is only #22? I am disappoint.

/doing my part
 
2017-03-16 08:42:32 PM  
Huh. Areas with high average income have low rates of binge drinking. Not sure how Kent snuck into our little east side elite circle, but notwithstanding that riffraff, it does seem that people drinking their money away is the moral of this story.
 
2017-03-16 09:44:47 PM  
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Picked this one up for the title alone, but coincidentally happens to be a study of winos in Seattle in the '60s.
 
2017-03-16 11:03:04 PM  
#1!!
 
2017-03-17 12:03:05 AM  
This reminds me of Almost Live. Cops in Renton comes to mind.
 
2017-03-17 12:31:35 AM  

blinkybluegnome: This reminds me of Almost Live. Cops in Renton comes to mind.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9jlo4Ht2YA

Skip to 3:50
 
2017-03-17 12:58:16 AM  
Magnolia/Queen Anne reporting in. We are wealthy, educated, and drunk as hell. We are number 1 in binge drinking . . . and hanging over.
 
2017-03-17 01:38:07 AM  
Ballard only #4? They weren't counting the antifreeze crowd. Guess I better step it up with my fellow farker/ farkette peeps.
 
2017-03-17 05:20:17 AM  
I alone count for most of Sammamish.
 
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