Why don't the police just better manage their ridiculous overtime in which highly trained and heavily armed officers are playing flagger? Isn't this just theater to make City Hall balk at budget cuts for the police and take them from elsewhere? They must think we're pretty dumb.
I only had time to read the first and last paragraphs.
"Manifesting a nostalgia for times he never lived himself, this contemporary urban harlequin appropriates outmoded fashions."
And: "Wampole is an assistant professor of French at Princeton University. Her research focuses primarily on 20th century French and Italian literature."
Those NYT bloggers are so ironic.
All vampire names look cooler in Curlz font.
There's huge swaths of under-utilized land in Southeast Portand from the river to 12th ave and more over near (yup) South Waterfront. Meanwhile, pricey condos sit empty. If developers just detached from their hive mind and listened to the market, we'd have affordable housing. Instead we had a bubble because income never kept pace with the superstition that raising rent every 6 months is good business practice. We have the land and the demand. We need smarter developers.
@Wm. Steven Humphrey has stumbled into the bicycle version of the global warming "debate."
@randyzpdx appears to be proposing that we should all avoid any innovations in health care or injury prevention devices that have not personally kept him alive. Okay, sir. My notepad's at the ready. You have 50 years of devices to describe that you haven't personally used.
Here's a new Mad Libs game: "A quick search on the tubes reveals studies that both support and refute ______________."
It's impossible to lose this game. hat tip to @azure.
Actually, tobacco at Sasquatch is free (Camel has a huge tent and just hands them out, hoping to get people hooked).
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