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Thanks in advance :)
On the East Side (preferably SE, NE is okay too)
Accepts non-ferocious large breed dogs (we have a lab)
Preferably has a yard
is in a safe-ish area (I don't wanna hear gunshots or see crackheads, had enough of that back home.)
Most importlantly: no more than $600/mo and total move-in about $1,000
Know of a place that fits this description? Is it too much to ask? I'm willing to bend on the location as long as its convenient to a highway.
Give me some insight damnportlanders.
How old are you?
How long have you lived in Portland?
If you moved here from somewhere else, what part of the country did you move from? (If you haven't moved here yet, where are you now?)
If you moved here from somewhere else, what state or country did you come from?
If you answered the previous question, did you grow up there?
If you answered No to the previous question, what state or country did you grow up in?
What is your employment status?
What kinds of music do you listen to regularly? (I realize this is a very limited list--I'm just trying to get a rough ideal. Feel free to list your favorite genres in comments.)
Do you regularly attend live music events?
Have you ever attended any event (of any kind--not necessarily music) because it was announced on DP?
Do you own (and use) a digital camera?
How often do you post on DP, not including comments (1 = I'm a lurker; 10 = I am DP)?
How often do you comment on other people's posts in DP (1 = I just like to read; 10 = Nothing gets by me without a comment)?
What question(s) did I leave out of this poll that you think should have been included?
x-posted to damnportlanders
Looking for Honda owners, Must have bought the Honda new! pdxfocusgroup
75$ caaaash :D
i haven't been there in a few years and i know a couple of you must live out there (i think...).
any suggestions on where to live or how to go about getting a job?
oh, and x-posted
i am sorry if any of you felt singled out by my opinion of comic book movies and pop culture. your 20+ thoughtful and insightful responses about the true nature of comics has done much to dispel my impression of fans of this medium as self-pitying dorks.
i also realize now that the characterization of comics as juvenile is inaccurate. for example, it is children who play with dolls, while adults collect 'action figures'.
(cross-posted to pdx_edu)
This leads me to ask, who all of you has lived in Austin and how recently did you move here?
I am beginning to suspect some sort of invisible psychic byway which facilitates people's readiness to relocate between the two cities ;)
hungry tiger at burnside and 24th does NOT serve traditional (or even americanized) chinese food.
far mar chicken = frozen chicken strips deep fried in greasy batter with ketchup and chinese mustard dixie cup dip.
sweet & sour shrimp = frozen shrimp deep fried in greasy batter and smothered with brown sweet and sour sauce, accompanied by ketchup and chinese mustard dip.
shrimp eggroll = a strange mix of slightly shrimp-flavored rancid vegetables deep fried in greasy batter, helped out by (yup) ketchup and chinese mustard dip in a g-damned dixie cup.
don't even ask what i paid for this travesty, just know they wanted the money up front. i was so shamed and revolted by the experience i didn't even ask for my $ back (since they clearly didn't serve what they advertised on the menu), i just bolted with the gf and chalked it up to a lesson learned.
on another hand, who can recommend delicious traditional chinese food in the hawthorne area with a veggie option? meat's cool, too.
(no offense to the friendly attractive staff of the hungry tiger, btw. it's all about the food!
I'm contemplating moving back to Oregon (to settle) within the next year & just want to get a feel from locals about the current state of the economy. I'm a Duck alum who left Oregon for southern California (yeah, yeah - I know) in 2001 due to the dismal economy, but I geniunely miss the GPNW & would like to move back despite having to take a pay cut, etc.
I know the economy has, frankly, sucked in recent years; however, looking at online resources like Craigslist & Monster seems to suggest that that might be turning around. (There appear to be a number of jobs right up my alley, anyway...) So, can anyone speak to the current state of the software and/or technology industry up there? I saw some posts in the "memories" from a few months back, but thought it might be worth asking for more current info.
FWIW, I've got non-technical B.S., as well as 4+yrs in software quality assurance and 2+yrs in IT/support. If/when I make the move, I'll be looking for experienced QA positions.
Any responses are appreciated.
P.S. - Fun storm photos, people!
Anyone that can forward me that information (or inform me if it cannot be done), I would much appreciate it.
x-posted in pdx_jobs
Weekly ZooBomb Kickball Every Monday @ Col. Sumners Park (SE 20th and Belmont) 6pm!
Today is also Crafty Tshirt Stencil Madness Monday. Show up around 4pm with some shirts, stencil making supplies (cardboard, xacto knives, spraypaint, etc) and we'll make some badass kickball tshirts before the games!
As always, everyone is welcome and keep the drinky drink on the DL in park.
Here's the link:
Speaking of, what's your favorite candifed cereal? I'm working my way through a bag of Chocolate Lucky Charms right now because of the lack of Count Chocula, but what do you eat on Satuday morning with the doors locked and the mirrors covered? Inquiring minds want to know. :D
We're going on a date to portland tomorrow, and I have to do the planning.. but have no clue as to what to do. Are there any suggestions for fun activities in portland?
Thank you alls a bunch.
I laughed so hard at this.
X-posted to DP