I like that you're acting like that made any sense at all.
And of course that "defendant (having) the right to confront their accuser" thing has nothing to do with this actual story, but thanks for that.
More like "guy who has the entirety of the legal system on his side intimidates someone who tried to call him on his shit," which is a different area of law, I believe.
I always thought those were for box cutters?
Whatever you do, anonymous, don't look in the mirror.
Sorry bro, the hippies already expended their annual protest rage on fluoride.
Her stuffis fascinating though Blabby!
It's illegal to flash a gun like that. All you had to do was take down the license plate and call 911 saying someone had a gun, his ass would've been pulled over in 2 minutes.
Genetically modified foods are just fine.
Who cares about the march?
Well, we may not be Wisconsin, but I'm with Walker and FDR for killing off all PEU's.
I try to avoid reading reviews too carefully - just see if they like it, or how they rate it, then stop.
I prefer not to know anything, or as much of nothing as possible, going into a film.
Sure, the Twist is a gimmick in there, often blunt or stupid, but I think the film-maker would prefer would like you to see it fresh too.
What part of increases lead levels in children from silicofluorides do the pro-fluoride people continue to not understand/accept?
Not safe, and the science SAYS so. Lies repeated long enough are still lies.
"With the nation watching, Portland rejects fluoride for the fourth time."
What a stupid, biased title. Yes, I'm sure the nation was riveted. How about this title instead:
"With the whole world (most of whom do not fluoridate) watching, Portland votes consistent with the majority - again."
All I remember is the first five words of my Torah portion. I SPENT TWO YEARS LEARNING THAT SHIT.
If it is anything like Sensei Seagal's other fine films it should show up in the 5$ dvd bin in about a month, so just save the money Denis
CC summed it up well.
Skin kitty.... *shudder*
My apologies to Baby Doll. My comments are not directed at them, but to the Portland pizza scene in general. I find it hard to believe that people love eating reheated slices of pizza. It seems like something you settle for instead of craving. Just wish there were more options like pizza made by real Italians as opposed to New York style by 20 something hipsters.
If that's your thing than by all means give Baby Doll a try. If Chris says it's good then it's definitely worth a shot.
Well put, Maxims. No doubt there is a huge problem out there. Bigger than flouride. Like I said before, it is shocking to me that something as trivial as flouride could garner such a heated debate. Clearly it goes much deeper than just that. As much as it infuriates me, it's also what I love about this city. Happy to live somewhere where people actually question the powers that be.
I guess the lack of diversity in Portland is the one thing that gets to me. It really just feels like well-to-do white people making decisions for well-to-do white people. I suppose there are worse things in life. At least many of the big decisions that get made here are made with the majority of people in mind.
So you think that a 18 year old guy wouldn't get into trouble for dating a 14 year old girl?
Oh, c'mon now Barbara.
And you call this misogyny?
You are really scraping the bottom of the barrel for stories, aren't you?
Your translation of eprophet's comment seems to be right on, unfortunately. Most of us fellas are pretty pathetic and inconsiderate and childish when it comes to how we handle our fascination with the female form. We're such monkeys, and there's no getting around that fact, only some of us try not to let said monkeyness take the reins in most situations, like when we're supposed to be driving or when the feelings of the boob-havers are in play.
We have it pretty easy, us guys: Along with being able to piss while standing up, generally being stronger, generally getting paid better, and not having to suffer through menstruation, we also aren't immediately judged by our fuckability nearly to the degree that women are the second they step into public.
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