Mercury in our water seems like a bad idea. The Mercury should stay in the sewer where it belongs.
I think I pooped my pants.
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Very rude customer service. The guy named Jack used a bunch of F words when the customers paid him. He also made fun of me about my pregnancy. My 2 guy friends took me there, and the guy Jack kept asking them "whose fault? Who's the daddy?" He thought he's funny by saying that, but it's very annoyed and disrepected. The meat is all frozen, vegetable is unwashed. This's my second time eating here and once again I had diarea soon I left. The guy Jack also talked behind the customers with other customers about how much meat they ate and that they were crazy soon they walked out of the restaurant. They never clean the restroom like it's been there for 10 years of none serviced. This place should be reported to the department of health service, katu or dirty dinning fox 12 for inspection and investigation.
Blabby. So are you against the decades of marketing, messaging and other conditioning that went into convincing people it was safe to drive around (even though about 50k were killed a year for a while) at 20+ mph? Are you against the decades of conditioning that told people if they give up on their cities and move to the suburbs things will be better if they run away from their community and their problems? Are you against the conditioning to encourage people, "yeah, the suburbs are great, you can just drive EVERYWHERE!" You're against the conditioning encouraged by Ford and Chevy that "roads are the responsibility of the people" to the Government and it should provide all subsidy necessary to offset the private operation of alternatives (actual market decisions be damned I suppose)? Are you against the conditioning of people to love their cars more than other people? How about the conditioning that has led to increased road rage and violent behavior?
What kind of conditioning do you support and don't you support? I see you think biking is some form of "beahvioral change" from the Government planners, but it appears, that even with all the "Car love conditioning" and "suburbia love" conditioning people still made an objective request to allow some money to be allocated for "bicycling", mainly , as pointed out, merely some stripes on the road.
Doesn't seem very much like conditioning as you purport it to be, if a little small vocal minority rides (oh ya know, like 90k people in a 580k person city) and asks for infrastructure it seems to pan out that maybe they could lay claim to like 1% of the budget eh?
Yeah, in case it's hard to tell... that's smart ass sardonic sarcasm for ya. "Behavior change" my ass. btw - if you aren't handling math to well these days, 90k out of 580k is not a vocal minority, it's more of a substantial percentage of people and it is growing.
"Government planners" are controlling your behavior already by forcing most people to have only one transportation options: the car. If you're that scared of having the freedom to choose, you may be suffering some sort of Stockholm Syndrome.
Blabby, you are NOT supposed to tell people about that. Damn it man!
His car probably got stolen, stripped, then dropped into the Willamette River underneath the Sellwood Bridge. The pigs don't investigate stolen cars, because the law requires everybody to purchase exorbitant insurance. Once a year the river gets dredged to clear the channel for tug and barge traffic, and if there are any identifiable parts left, then the owner has to come pick up the junk and repay their insurance company for any otherwise, settled claim.
Teen Spirit by former teen idol
Hilarious. My buddy used to sell Jason steroids until he became scared of him.
We have these things called weather and topography that make that 2030 goal laughable.
That bike counter actually demonstrates it pretty well. A little bit of cold, and the number for yesterday dropped dramatically (unless there's some malfunction because that does seem like a steep drop off).
Same with the wetter weather (I think this September was wetter than normal and had 30,000 less monthly trips than last September).
And before someone chimes in a says "but Copenhagen," yeah, there's similar weather but 1) density; 2) topography; and 3) commute distances are vastly different.
Plus, fuck Copenhagen, I prefer Skoal.
I would also suggest some sort of weather altering device so that it isn't rainy, cold and dark here 8 months of the year. That would probably help with the cycling.
Or maybe we could admit that only a very small and vocal subset of our population "really wants to change behavior" to force more cycling and we could stop catering to them. Because a vast majority of people don't want their "behavior changed" by government planners.
Kathleen Hanna went to Grant High School in Portland's Hollywood suburb with Mike Scheckla, the Portland Trail Blazer's mascot, The Hippy Fan, and the Water Bureau Einstein of software, Erik Sten.
Biggity biggity BIKES, y'all!!!!1! 1!
It's a jump scare but not too bad.
Maybe you should rub out another one while you think your options over.
I don't know about all you homebodies but I'm gonna follow the Oregon Trail all the way on out to Detroit.
I hear the fed'ral guvmint been given folks 160 acres, two cows, and a 100 pound ration of wheat flour just to come settle down and make something nice of that desolate wilderness. It's a land of opportunity out there.
CC- As Blabby correctly points out we can't afford to build ourselves out of this mess. The beds the $48M bought us- Bud Clark Commons, in case you wondered- cost $215,000 each which means that we'd have to spend between $500,000,000 and $1,000,000,000 to build enough beds to house all the homeless. So, when someone like Ibrahim forms a new camp which he has done twice now- Dignity Village was the first one- the City will buy him off to shut him up for a year or two.
Ibrahim's idea of bottom up management and structures that are safe but not up to code- such as shipping containers or the rustic structures in Dignity Village- is the only way we can actually scale solutions in a way we can afford. But, there is a lot of money in keeping people poor and homeless so status quo will prevail.
I feel so lucky to have seen Wild Flag live - twice. For a one-off, it was a real kick in the ass. Thanks to four awesome women who brought me a lot of musical joy. And I'm pretty sure I wasn't alone.
A cop who beats his wife. Gee, ya don't say.
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