and so lots of people did
and then the next week, I had "post a picture of your hometown"
and I like that.
And I let the idea slip.
But now, here we are again:
Everyone, post a picture of a happy memory. It can be real or representative.
This post will eat lots of bandwidth, and should be kept to happy memories that everyone wants to know about.
We're all going to hell........ The Bastard Fairies
Mr Wendall........ Arrested Development
Into the Ocean........ Blue October
Hey Boy........ The Blow
ColorBlind........ Counting Crows
Dolls and Guns........ The Bastard Fairies
Going in Circles........ The Gap Band
Coin-Operated Boy........ The Dresden Dolls
The Blow is the only local group I have on my playlist. I'd like to hear more locally based music - anyone have any suggestions?
i'm trying to figure out how to make my ti-89 titanium calculater iterate for chaos/fractal problems. or find the attractors, as it were. i hope that made sense.
according to my book, i should be able to tell it to generate numbers for me...but i can't figure out what to do. gah.
help, please? pretty please? :D
the "office" is in a 3-story victorian building with views of the city and the mountains from the 3rd floor.
relatively chill environment ... everyone goes home at 5pm sharp. :)
ETA: for people who can't email today: i forgot that i am out of the office tomorrow, so please just send your resume/letter to the email listed on craigslist. a cover letter with a sense a humor and relevant skills will get noticed.
sorry 'bout that!
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Thanks so, so much.
I checked with Bike Gallery and there will be no problems using them at any of the locations.
I'm in NE Portland. You can get me at drjeff at gmail.
As far as I can tell, they are vegan.
His phone won't stop ringing. Kinda annoying, but he seems nice.
Edit// camas/washougal area would work well for me too.
So I am pretty much inhaling these cinnamon roasted cashews I just bought from a vendor out on the Square downtown (good god DAMN they are tasteh), and I'm wondering if anyone knows what happened to the dude who used to sell fresh roasted chestnuts around Yuletime? Alternatively, anyone know where I can get me some o' them?
My ol' lady and I (It's OK. She lets me call her that.) are going up North to Seattle tomorrow to see Tori Amos. The problem is that I-5 near Chehalis is CLOSED! All the lanes, in both directions, for 20 miles kind of closed. The official Washington Dept. of Transportation detour takes us down the Gorge to Umatilla and up through the Tri-Cities. Wait, what? The trip is now seven hours one way. Our other choice is down the Gorge to 97, up through Goldendale into Yakima and across. Still, a horrible addition of time. I looked at the map at it showed a little highway called 7 and another that goes by the name of 12. It looks like using these would detour us much less than the other two choices. Have any of you a good suggestion or some back road shortcut? Please tell me. I do not want to have to leave at dawn just to make it to Seattle by the evening.
Onto more pressing matters: what's your favorite bus line? Mine's the 75! It seems like no matter where I am on the east side, from UP to the Kennedy School to Mississippi to Sivalaya to Hawthorne to dark_knightly's place, the 75 is but a few steps away to return me home.
This is Pickles. Pickles Potato. It's what we're calling him at the moment. We just found him in front of our house and he followed us in like he knew what he was doing. We'd like to officially announce that we found him and if you lost him we'd like to get him back to you. He's been hanging around for a few days now, he's adorable, well behaved, needs to be fixed, and loves attention but we already have two cats and a dog, so there's no room.
If you lost a cat like him around N. Penninsular, let me know.
I was there 1989-1997.
how many of you have damage to your home?
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[Let us begin with the assumption that if you are a parent, you wish for your child every advantage and opportunity. From the ergonomic high chair to that all-important first sushi experience and beyond, life should be as golden for your little one as it is for, say, Pax Jolie-Pitt.
But inevitably the moment arrives when all your doting and care come back on you in the form of a precocious little barb that reminds you in no uncertain terms of . . . you. It might be that his friend Jake's eighth-birthday party was "unbelievably lame" or that "it's weird that Brandon's family flies first-class and we don't," or maybe it's simply that "these taquitos taste like turd."]