I cannot die.
ten ground and down
1) I'm cosigning on the breakfast thing being something invasive species like Californians do. Like driving really slow in the rain. I choose to keep living where there are no jobs in part because I refuse to move to a bigger city where I'll have to wait in line more often. I suspect that people from California are more used to waiting in line and don't think twice about it.
2) I have often wondered about this store. It's damned suspicious.
3) The West Hills.
4) One of our Founding Fathers: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sylvester_Pen…
5) It's a credit to Portland that nobody makes Couch jokes. I knew some girls once that thought it showed how dumb Oregonians were in that we didn't make jokes about Mt. Hood. Really, I think it says more about them being dumb that they thought this was a clever joke.
As someone that works in the 'Couve and lives in Portland, and thus is always screwed with taxes I will give a polite, "fuck you."
That is all.
Wait, was that the supervillain from Watchmen?
We currently have a few cells open in our multi-blocked prison. All utilities paid for.
Our prison is a blend of bland, weepy, weak, men and women of various ages with active lifestyles - mostly farming, doomed black people (RIP T-Dog), making art, knife stabbing, and feeding rats to walkers. We are creative and art-oriented. Not 420 friendly, but 420 curious.
We are seeking a nice, creative person that can add something interesting that wants to be part of our unique household. Please be considerate and responsible have no overnight guests, and be willing to do the majority of their drinking away from the prison where shelves can fall on you.
OUR PRISON RECENTLY WENT VEGAN; PLEASE ONLY VEGANS APPLY!!!!
The house has a fenced yard and is in walking distance from Woodbury
I feel like Paul Cone. I love seeing that carpet because it means I'm home. But I was conceived, born, and raised here. So maybe I'm being judgy.
I know people praise, it but I thought it was pretty weak that it was all a dream Skyler was having.
Like all homo sapiens from the paleolithic to the present, I'm an omnivore. Like 99% of them through human history, I'll eat whatever's edible that I can get my hands on because I can't afford to be that picky. Some people do have hard lines. This is weird, but we still get along quite well together.
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