Is Washington all hippies and homeless people? Not even close. This state is very diverse, with a large gay population, and a conservative base on its eastern side.
In this video, we discuss everything from the Starbucks culture to bigfoot sightings, and the sports scene. Washington is a ver diverse state with Seattle, Tacoma and Spokane offering a wide variety of people.
We also talk about the music scene in Washington and what type of food Washington residents eat.
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