Go ahead and laugh. But I had a package of Kroger sliced smoked gouda and I was having the damndest time separating out the slices from the top ... until I followed the directions and flipped over the stack. So maybe it's less important for some cheeses than others.
Well done Dan.
"She got the motorist's license plate and description of the car, a silver Pontiac Grand Am, and called police on a non-emergency line. For some reason that's unclear, police told her they were unable to locate the license plate."
My how mysterious!
So either Westerman is just a totally out-of-control road-raging scary person, or he's a totally out-of-control road-raging scary person who is using the resources of a corrupt police department to track down and harass people who try to call him on being a totally out-of-control road-raging scary person. Either way, yeah, he's got to go.
This is excellent. Good analysis of the weaselling that PPB has done on this critical topic, and a well-chosen moment to encourage Emily Harris to develop some journalistic spine.
Maybe she is bitter. But is she wrong?
I just jumped off the fence onto the "forget the recall" side. Avel Gordly, for shame! This is clearly NOT about what's good for Portland.
Sounds to me like Walden was indulging in some recreational chain-yanking.
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