more of this please.
"Fluoride is ahead 60 percent to 40 percent in early returns."
I, for one, have no problem with this at all.
You should have a 'student driver' sticker on your car if you are going to play the 'new-at-driving' card.
How's this guy supposed to know?
He probably thought you were one of our elderly drivers.
'small penis' 'ugly bitch' - blah blah blah.
You sound worse than you make this guy out to be.
Now move on over and let the city pass your slow ass.
Blabby nailed it.
I would be so angry that the only proper way to deal with it would be by a note.
Why should they even have to confront your inconsiderate ass anyway?
You know what other organization historically seemed to "find" money when desired? The mafia.
Yo, screennametaken - the science is out there pal. Clearly you must not have looked too damn hard at all. Or looked only at what you wanted to.
Early polling suggests fluoridation is going down hard. Too bad, it is one of the few tax increases I ever voted for, even though it will be of no benefit to me whatsoever. And it goes along way with my thinking of health care as a basic right.
This to me represents the fact that the politics of fear still work, especially here in supposedly 'progressive' Portland. Fear, and Fear of Change.
You and Jenny McCarthy can enjoy your victory.
In Mrs. Garrett's voice: "GIRLS! GIRLLLS!"
official line, via the Powell's publicity guy:
"Some subjects tend to perform better at particular stores, and our Cedar Hills location has great success building audiences and sales for science-fiction and mystery authors."
That is a good question. I have always assumed it's because those authors draw the biggest crowds, and the Beaverton store can fit more people comfortably... but it's not like there were THAT many people at the Jo Walton reading. I will find someone to ask.
Maron and Kumail Nanjiani were on a recent Doug Loves Movies and were pretty testy the entire time, although Kumail came out looking better.
MIB is totally owning him on this one, though:
Apparently his cajones of steel kept him firmly rooted to the ground. Jesus.
ROM, did you read the post? It's a paella. Scanning their menu, it's probably their Crown Royale paella.
Krieg's "Hall of the Mountain King."
Hey, it can't be worse than Jerry Bruckheimer Presents Crash Bandicoot.
Hey, this is a great idea. Here's to hoping that insane bigots committing suicide starts to trend. Given all the unfortunate LGBT suicides over the years, maybe they could even things out a little.
Erik. Scabs? Gross.
See also, Skies, Falling.
What kind of monsters make you split 1 stall between 30+ people?
What a sweet, sweet man to do that in front of all those folks. That'll teach 'em not to be so tolerant.
Bon voyage, Monsieur Venner -- I hope that there is indeed a hell, and that you're getting an introductory tour of the place right about now.
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