Thank you, thank you, Sarah, for some options and this reminder - being a very cheap person, I still had some money to spend on this New Year's Eve and remembered this blog post. (I find it confusing sometimes who's a PAC and who's a 501(c)3). You have performed a nice service for me and the groups you mentioned here. Oh! And for married couples who file jointly, it's $100.
Ugh! Very sorry to see you go. Thanks for all your hard work, and best wishes in your future endeavors.
Thank you very much for your coverage of this event! We were glad to see you (and so many other interested people) there.
If I may indulge in a little self-promotion, the event was put on by the Northwest History Network, a non-profit consortium of regional history professionals. People who are interested in local history programs can follow us on Facebook (it's easiest just search for us) or visit our website, northwesthistory.org.
Director, Northwest History Network
I just wanted to elaborate on a quote you gave. When he said, "If Aaron were alive tonight we would not be here," my memory is he went on to say something along the lines of, Campell's death was a unifying event for all of us there tonight, but if he was alive and suffering somewhere, we wouldn't have heard about it. For me, it was a, "pray for the dead and fight like hell for the living" kind of call to action -- bigger than one (tragic, preventable) death -- connecting to a lot of other issues that lead to deaths like this, and for that, very powerful. Thank you for your coverage.
It broke my heart to cancel my subscription the other day after they ran the anti-66/67 wrap-around ad the second time. I was one of the few people I knew (other than my mother) who still got the Oregonian delivered at home, and I was proud of that. We're addicted to reading hard copy so we switched to the NYT, but it's just not the same. A lot of people might say it's better, but I want local news, my husband wants local sports, etc. Sad, sad, sad.
The headline made it sound like a good thing, not a real-life version of "Wendy and Lucy."
@Graham: maybe she's giving a short-hand command for breakfast to be ready for HER in 20 minutes: "(I expect) ... breakfast in 20"
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