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Late that year, a tall, bearded figure in a dark overcoat, scarf and floppy hat strolled into Tate Britain clutching a large paper bag. He made his way to Room 7 on the second level. He then dug out his own picture, an unsigned oil painting of a rural scene he had found in a London street market. Across the canvas, which he had titled  Crimewatch UK Has Ruined the Countryside for All of Us , he had stenciled blue-and-white police crime-scene tape.

“There is an identity crisis — people are really starting to question what is Seattle and who is it,” Cook said. “You go back in the 90s and it was the city of grunge — now, I would say it’s the city of geeks. It’s boom town.”

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