I saw this film at the Portland International Film Festival back when it came out and it bleeeeewwww my miiiiiiind. (I was a teenager)
Okay, that is way more whacko than I thought it would be. I read the event name on the convention center sign, and thought maybe a military training or hostile negotiation seminar. That sign is a municipal treasure. The things that come to our convention center...
I am so, so, so sad I'll be out of town. :( Y'all better have an awesome time.
I am also obsessed with this soup! Yum!
I'm from here and you're all welcome to come here too! It's true! I'm going to complain about housing prices sometimes, but I really like y'all joining the party. Let's keep creating a dense fun city with lots of great food and movie theaters and comedy and traffic that gets bad enough that we all shift to walking/biking/riding the bus and parties in the parks and goofy ideas and lovely murals and all the great ideas that everyone brings with them. And we'll keep working on affordable housing and tolerance and training our police force to do well by all our citizens and the many things we need to improve. Go team everyone! (man, I'm optimistic today)
I like it when a Safeway employee (manager?) walks by idly straightening items while the two lines of customers go far back into the aisles. Couldn't they open a register and check folks out for a bit? I thought this was just the Safeway on NE Broadway and 11th, but after ranting to friends, they informed me that their Safeways were just as bad if not worse. As I suppose the I, Anonymous backs up as well.
In any case, most of us try really hard NOT to shop at Safeway now.
Was not Dead Authors Podcast delightful? And I can't wait for tonight!
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