I second the opinion expressed in the asterisk. If the Mercury hasn't done so already, I think the hippy-dippy, pseudo-science, new-age quackery of Portland deserves a feature article examining it and debunking how many of it's tenants said article could accommodate.
I see a frustrating, if not bemusing, parallel of this pseudo-science left to the anti-science right. Also, can we please address the astrology problem? That is all and I relinquish my soapbox now.
I don't think anyone would disagree that Portland is full of god damned hippies too. I don't understand that argument.
Those guys are so annoying. A couple of years ago they had a thing where everyone with a Snap card could go to a show for $5. Sounds great right? Wrong. Because now, every day I get a call from them asking for donations. Seriously. Asking people who were just so recently, and I'm sure a lot of people who still are, on food stamps to contribute to your drama club?! Rant over.
Titled: "I have to get out of hear before they discover the Pollack I've made on the bed".
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