Thanks in advance you guys!
Thanks in advance you guys!
Add the or_house_dems to your friends list to listen.
was taken last night on my camera in the pearl district....
well just wanted to invite you damnportlanders.
and i managed to lose my new ipod photo. it must have fallen out in the parking lot of my job (12th and salmon). it's got a hk cover on it, and is full of pics of my grandson, and i'm sure some junkie was very happy to find it.
why am i telling you? well, should you happen to come across such a thing, or know of a local pawn shop that it might have been brought to, please let me know.
i r very sad.edit: i won this ipod. busted my ass in a contest at work. buying one of these things is totally not within my realm of living. just wanted to clarify.
So I figured I'd write a random post...
What are you doing this very second??
What should you be doing this very second while you're reading my post??
where does one go, or what does one do, in portland to fix their credit or get some sort of credit card?
i don't think i have bad credit, just no credit.
X posted in PDX Pets
- The fee to remove the clamp ($195) is higher than the maximum towing charge allowed in Portland ($177).
- The owner of 6th Ave Deli gets 25% of the above fee, or nearly $50, for each clamping incident in his parking lot.
- City councillors are considering following Washington's lead and making clamping illegal here.
The Oregonian article is also available online, here.
Also, link to previous post is here.
Thanks alexnumb and dylanb for the links.
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relevant to Damnportlanders because it's Friday and people in PRotland LOOOOVE to waste Fridays looking at stuff like this
So I was thinking I could spend a total of ~$200 for a hotel room. I want a suite or two adjoining rooms that's not more than $200 total (plus taxes)
the girls are ok with sleeping on the floor so the number of beds isn't an issue just floor space.
will this be acceptable in most hotels?
I haven't ever stayed in a hotel on my own so I've never done the setting up parts.
Also looking at a hotel on the Max Line or Downtown (safe areas)
Is anyone else having trouble making a phone call? I have tried to make calls from my home phone and my cell phone, both with two different companies running them, and I am having trouble getting a call to go through. I keep getting fast busy signals. I tried to call qwest about the home phone problems, but when one's phone is broken, it is hard to get in touch with the phone company.
EDIT: I finally got through to QWEST, who said that in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho, the long distance circuits are down. That was all the info QWEST had.
My husband works there, and we want to move closer to his work. Is it a place you'd want to live?
Any other better options that would be convenient for his commute to work?
And I *would* have him tell me about it but he's not exactly the type who likes to drive around and scout out neighborhoods and look for apartments. We don't have any extra gas money right now to drive around aimlessly, either.