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Originally published Friday, February 8, 2008 at 12:00 AM

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Chiming in on Seattle's dead nightclubs

Did you see nightclub reporter Tom Scanlon's story last week about all the clubs that used to live in Belltown and downtown Seattle? Lots of readers connected...

Did you see nightclub reporter Tom Scanlon's story last week about all the clubs that used to live in Belltown and downtown Seattle? Lots of readers connected with it, and dozens have posted their thoughts on the subject (everything from "condos and development are destroying Seattle's club scene," to "Stop whining! The live music is there if you look for it").

Here's Dan from Capitol Hill, in his own words:

RKCNDY use to be one of my favorite places to go see a show. After that I would have to say O.K. Hotel. I had allot of great times in those places. Seems that all the things that embodies those times have disappeared from Seattle. To much development and money! Those two factors have single handedly ruined what use to be a great music scene. It was infectious ... I miss it.

Read more responses, typos and all, here.

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