Uh... I manage a pornshop... does that make me portland cool? Hey, you, need some porn? Im single and moving to Milwaukie, the real Dirty…
Your girlfriend has mad cow disease. She's mad and she's a cow.
The asiago cheese dip got me wet. They only serve it fall/winter, but it keeps me coming in. The drink prices are terrible unless your a beer swiller (They make thier own on site and it is pretty good). Some of the bar tenders are snotty so I stick to the dining room but the food and non-bar wait staff always make up for it. Happy hour has awesome selections but even the expensive stuff is worth it. They try really hard to be fancy, being right on the max line makes that hard but also can provide great entertainment while dining. They also have pool tables and big screens for you sporties.
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If getting a creepy note from someone trying to be cute is the worse thing that happens when you turn your back on expensive electronics, consider your self lucky. Maybe next time they'll spit in your drink too.
"We're talking about recognizing some kind of mental impairment. There's also at least two specially trained officers on duty, per shift, so if we need someone, we can call them to a scene and say, 'Hey, help me assess this situation.'"
There you go reymont. This in addition to the minimum of 24 hours required training for just this sort of situation. Or is this claim another falsehood? I agree that the bus driver must have helped perpetuate this situation. The driver clearly was the person who contacted the police and whether that decision was made on discrimination or the fact they didnt like to be under minded/ignored, it caused the police officers to engage in a situation where they were uninformed of actual circumstance. Why the second tasing? Where's the justification in that? Wasn't it pretty clear he was unarmed after the first tasing? I dont know how the police are trained to recognize mental impairment but I know they should admit they cant do it or start actually training these people properly. A minimum of two trained officers for the city of portland is never going to be enough and how are they ever going to get there fast enough if all these officers are convinced that hands in the pocket means a gun? As for "mistaking" his medication for E, another example of the police force being over zealous at the cost of the citizens thier sworn to protect.
I hope that is a true story, its always heart warming to know the dipshits are finding each other out there. Just please please please dont breed.
What the police failed to do was recognize Jamal as a human being. As a recent arrestee, I can tell you first hand how our police officers see us "criminals" as sub human and far below themselves. When a "public defender" fails to see its public as worthy of defense, we end up with a police force that feels more gustappo then a facility for the public's betterment. In their eyes, Jamal was just another warm bodied criminal who didn't deserve any consideration. Exactly what was his offense? Being cold? Wanting to return to the safety of his home? Or was it that he has an IQ of 50 making him an unworthy citizen in the eyes of law enforcement? My 5$ worth of pot taught me that im a piece of shit and how lucky I am to not be mentally challenged in Portland. Also how lucky I am to not have been shot. It makes me sad.
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