Prime(d) What happens when Amazon comes to your town? So many cities want Amazon's second headquarters. We get it. We here in Seattle have the first one. And it's changed us – physically, emotionally. Psyche and soul. Some people got rich. Some people got forced out. We're in a long-term relationship with Amazon. You just started dating. We need to talk.
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What happens when Amazon comes to your town? So many cities want Amazon's second headquarters. We get it. We here in Seattle have the first one. And it's changed us – physically, emotionally. Psyche and soul. Some people got rich. Some people got forced out. We're in a long-term relationship with Amazon. You just started dating. We need to talk.

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