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Updated on January 29, 2011 at 8:06 AM

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Re: “I, Anonymous

i...the dildo was in plain site; the dog just got to it first. And if we didn't have dildos and bike paths to complain about, this wouldn't be pdx, and there'd be no grist for the I,A mill. If you want to complain about something,(other than what others have, the ones that the editors thought humourous to print) then please; do your best! Then, when I,A prints it, we can all have a laugh.

Posted by poodlewriter on 01/30/2011 at 1:11 PM

Re: “I, Anonymous

...but there are sooo many other things that COULD have been complained about in WFM, including WFM itself. This global grocery store started out as this quaint little patchouli-and-Marley hole-in-the-wall in Austin on the corner of 9th and Lamar St. If you didn't walk, and had the misfortune of having to drive a stick, approaching their flyswatter-sized parking lot from its only entrance off the 45 degree hill on 9th was placing your groovy, healthfood lovin' ass in jeopardy. I know. I was one of the rainbow-wearin' sackers. Not slackers...that was later in Austin's interesting history, and now, history is all that's left for the town. I can honestly say that Portland is what Austin prays some day it will be (even though Austin came up with the "Keep Our Town Weird" saying first).

Posted by poodlewriter on 01/29/2011 at 8:01 AM

Re: “I, Anonymous

There's no NA "law" about not publishing one's 9th step. Stick around and you'll see it's been done. 12-step history is rich with such publications! Besies, it just makes the rest of us love the junkies and the winos all the more, those poster-kids!

Posted by poodlewriter on 01/29/2011 at 7:45 AM

Re: “I, Anonymous

Mmm...ice cream puke. Homer likes it!

Posted by poodlewriter on 01/29/2011 at 7:38 AM

Re: “I, Anonymous

Whoo-whee! That's a relief, introvore. But don't think you're gettin' off (haha) that easy! Where's that Dildobration you mentioned? PLEEZE tell all us hornies out here that we don't have to wait all the way 'til next Dec. to break from our dildo-less imposed celibat-ation, and join the Dildobration/Vibratathon?!!? Don't hold out on us...p.s. d u also work for scarletgirl.com?

Posted by poodlewriter on 01/29/2011 at 7:29 AM

Re: “LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

What a talented reviewer! I believe that his job is to take what he's given and "analyze" it so that the rest of us, who don't have too think to seriously about the show (like BearBear above suggests), can fully "grok" its purpose and it's legs/t.v. staying power.And that allows us, the viewing public, to just sit back and enjoy it at whatever lighter or serious levels appeal to us. This reviewer is doing the heavy lifting for us, and for that, we owe him some gratitude. p.s. although I'm part of the "disenfranchised creative class" types he mentions, I've laughed the hardest in a room full of similarly laughing disenfranchised while watching Portlandia...I love laughing at myself and my friends! See, Portlanida serves a very important function: it holds up a mirror to folks like me, who, in order to create effectively, NEED to laugh at ourselves! And ultimately, doing so improves one's art, life passion and human existence.
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Posted by poodlewriter on 01/27/2011 at 7:05 PM

Re: “The Paradox of Portlandia

What a talented reviewer! I believe that his job is to take what he's given and "analyze" it so that the rest of us, who don't have too think to seriously about the show (like BearBear above suggests), can fully "grok" its purpose and it's legs/t.v. staying power.And that allows us, the viewing public, to just sit back and enjoy it at whatever lighter or serious levels appeal to us. This reviewer is doing the heavy lifting for us, and for that, we owe him some gratitude. p.s. although I'm part of the "disenfranchised creative class" types he mentions, I've laughed the hardest in a room full of similarly laughing disenfranchised while watching Portlandia...I love laughing at myself and my friends! See, Portlanida serves a very important function: it holds up a mirror to folks like me, who, in order to create effectively, NEED to laugh at ourselves! And ultimately, doing so improves one's art, life passion and human existence.

Posted by poodlewriter on 01/27/2011 at 1:21 PM

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