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Westlake Centre on New Years Eve
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Pine Street is nearly empty on this crisp New Year's Eve outside the very popualr downtown Seattle Westlake Centre.  Usually teaming with tourists and bizarre local teens wearing a "free hug" sign, this strip is quiet as festive revellers pack into neighbourhood bars, hotels and jazz clubs discreetly smoking their joints and popping their esctasy pills. 

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