The Merc review was right that eating as a veggie here isn't super easy, but my falafel burger was tasty as was the house done pickle and slaw. Great atmosphere, cute server. I'll go back, especially for that tasty looking challa french toast.
Jury Duty was like four hours for me. I was actually disappointed I didn't get picked for anything.
I enjoyed the Ghibli joke and how the cool people even made the weather rainier. That was basically it.
As a southerner by birth who definitely takes part in our ridiculous college football past time, I find it amazing and hilarious that the in-state rivalry game here in Oregon is called the Civil War. We take our football pretty seriously down south (just look at this week's coming SEC Championship Game) and even we're not crazy enough to name a rivalry game "The Civil War". It's even funnier when you consider that the two schools in question either didn't exist, or had just been founded in 1860.
"I think there's some truth to the urban/rural concept in areas like the North West, but throughout the Mid-West and South voters tend to lean Republican in both urban and rural areas."
Great thought fidelity. Perhaps you should check out your facts before you spout things off. Look at county level election results from just about any year since the 1970s. The actual "big" cities in the South vote solidly Democratic. Check out Birmingham or Atlanta. Many smaller college towns do to like Athens, GA or Chapel Hill, NC. It's much more about education level, class, and race than anything. That's true everywhere, not just up here in the "cool Northwest where we get it" or whatever it is you're trying to imply.
This proposal seems like a good way to go to try and fix this problem.
So they made it all the way to Grand before deciding there couldn't possibly be anything else cool in Portland? Wonder what happens when they find Hawthorne or Alberta.
I'd totally be there for this assuming I'm not closing a work. Not having cable at home makes catching Who in a timely manner is difficult. This would be great.
If it's privatized public transit is it every Republican's wet dream, or living nightmare?
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