Following up, Chris in the cultural district has to share the graphic along with me.
Glad I went on-line, as I don't believe the paper version posted this disdainful graphic. Yes, now I'm a bit upset, but can't take it personally. This is the Merc.
Thanks for the support.
Why the heck did you close the poll so early? Geez, give some of us busy folks a chance!
I'll throw in my two cents anyway: I still love the Future Games/Bare Trees period. During wild jazz fusion and prog rock, they really went against the tide with these two ditties, creating a KINK FM lite sound before it was popular.
Thank you. However, keep in mind the canvassers are paid to sign up as many individual as possible in order to retain their jobs.
That said, one can't walk the streets downtown without getting hassled by these people. Every corner, no matter what direction especially near Pioneer Square.
And it should be against the law for them to petition on light rail. If per chance this is the case, then many are breaking the law.
Kudos to Radio Cab driver Brian A Cobb. When I resided downtown for many years I needed the use of cabs on many occasions. He aptly sums up why Radio Cab company is far superior to the others and why, on the few occasions I'll need one, his company is the one you can trust.
Our sad economic conditions has led to so many fly by night companies opening. Depart the MAX train at the Beaverton Transit stop and you've got scores, seems anyone can hang a shing a ling outside their vehicle and call themselves a cab company.
yes, one of the best Mercury interview in years. Noel tells it straight up.
All hot hot hot, and makes one realize they aren't alone in their lust for pleasure.
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