There goes the property value.
By far most of the plastic bags that come into my house do so because I still get home delivery of the Oregonian. Funny how the O never mentions that in its support of the ban.
Matt bare hands dry ice? Ok, I'm impressed.
There are a lot of obnoxious people in the world. The world would definitely be a better place if organized to my liking. I'd be a very benevolent queen.
In the Hawthorne area, we have lots of people parked on the sidewalks. The most obnoxious are the signature gatherers, who seem to think this neighborhood is easy pickings. Maybe we could turn this thread into one about pet peeves. Come on, channel your inner Andy Rooney.
I figure that the day I'm too weak to turn down a panhandler, it's probably time to schedule the memorial service.
Glad he's using that voter owned money effectively instead of just killing trees and feeding the election media machine.
@ Matt Davis
Remind me to tell you a funny story about that sometime.
Never mind what I think of the first sentence of Janie Har's story in this morning's paper version of the O, journalism-wise. The second one is just plain sloppy: "Adams bucked the city charter early on by asking Commissioner Saltzman to oversee the police." Does she have a citation? Because all I can find in the charter on the subject is 3.20.020, and it vests authority over the police in the Council. In other words, he may have bucked tradition, and it may have been a bad idea, but the charter's got him covered. (It didn't take me very long to look it up, and I'm not paid to report this stuff.)
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