Wrong weekly homeboy. Dr. Know at the Willamette Week answers the dumb out-of-towner-questions.
I lurv me some moonajoona.
You just moved here didn't you, Little Button? Come on now, don't be bashful, you can tell us!
Here's a timely request...
Please rewrite this so it makes some goddamned sense?!?!?!?!
We must have overlapped at a bunch of those shows.
When they broke up (paused, took a really long sabbatical, hiatus, whatever), I was about as sad as I've been about a music group ending. I spent a while in the anger stage of mourning and didn't listen to their albums at all. Then I started listening again (but a bit grudgingly to keep my heart safe). Finally, I thought I had come to peace with it. AND THEN THEY GOT BACK TOGETHER. I couldn't be bothered to get tickets to their show since apparently I wasn't at peace with it -- how dare they not entertain me endlessly through my adulthood?!? But then I pulled myself together and listened to the new album. Which is great. So I'll probably get over myself and go to a show. If they have another one and I can stay up past 9pm and don't have to spend toooo much money. So I'm keeping my affection curbed -- which might be easier now than 20 years ago.
"Back in the 90s, the parking scene in Portland was great. I could park my car anywhere I wanted. It was even free to park downtown on the weekends! Now, the city's full of all these sheep who just moved here for the arts or coffee or whatever, and they totally ruined the great parking we had. Now I can't even park in the street directly in front of my house, if you can believe that. I'm thinking about moving to a town where they know how important parking is."
We'd be having a totally different conversation if this post was about a Whackoff Service.
I'd expect late 19th Century and early 20th Century-built pre-auto neighborhoods with fairly narrow streets and many older homes without off-street parking to be great for parking a couple cars per household. What gives?
As bad as parking can seem in certain popular areas here though, I never seem to go more than like 5 minutes before I find a spot.
This is terrible!!! (Still better than Karmel's columns, though.)
"indigenous" = "moved here in 2013"
I have a karmic speculum and I'm scheduling inspections. Who's first?
I once found a wallet with 6000 bucks in it outside a strip club. Keep losing them wallets folks, thanks;)
let me help you. no, they don't carry it in your size. you have to special order them and pay extra by the square yard of fabric.
maybe you got brocolli stuck in your teeth
I'm still regretting throwing out all of grandad's old clothing. Would be soo in style now. But it reeked of formaldehyde from the funeral home he owned
PLEASE CAN WE CHARGE FOR PARKING PLEASE
Not following why the car-driving immigrants took a boat to portland instead of just driving?
Anyway i am sure they will learn to look for the sign that says Park. Portland has plenty of parks. It beautiful place!
There is a kernel of truth in what IAnon says, but it misses the real heart of the problem:
I,Anonymous really reached a pinnacle with Irish Setter Gus and hasn't been the same since he left us. I think he chimed in with, what, 4 or 5 perfectly timed and toned comments and then disappeared (I heard a rumor he fell in with the wrong crowd freebases goose poop down in Laurelhurst park).
A little part of me breaks each time I click on a comment thread and don't see his dumb Irish setter face.
Have had a chain wallet ever since I lost $6000 in cash on my way to purchase a car. I'm glad the hipster fashion gods have cast them aside, again.
Weird how you are checking to see if they are staring at you.
you creep me out, IA.
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