I am noting a sensitive part on one of my teeth, and I suspect, despite my best dental hygiene efforts, that I might have a cavity forming :(
Question is, I'm a bartender with no medical insurance. Any suggestions for cheap dental options for a guy like me?
Maybe someplace could cut expenses by allowing me to bring my own nitrous? :)
I'm open to suggestions.
I want to get one of those essential oil burners.....it's like a little shallow dish you put essential oil in and put a candle under it and it makes the room smell good....
where would I get one of those?
Roughly how long will it take me to get to the PDX airport? (From the SE, taking the 75 from Woodstock to Hollywood Transit Center, then Red line.)
Also, wish me luck in Kansas. Let's hope I don't get blown away
Have any of you replaced your home plumbing with PEX-A or "Aquapex" as it's also known? We're debating the pros and cons (pro: cheap and apparently very strong, easy to install, con: plastic w/ potential for leaching). Did you have it installed for both intake and outtake? How about your water main?
I'd love to hear your good stories and/or horror stories with the stuff. We're replacing the plumbing in our 1916 craftsman and this has been recommended to us by professionals and "regular people" alike for such tasks.
I'm looking for a good chiropractor, preferably close-ish to Lloyd Center and not too expensive. I need your personal recommendations.
And . . . (you know the rest)!
I've just taken a temporary (two weeks) job at the Washington County courthouse in downtown Hillsboro. The problem is that I live in outer southeast Portland - it's a two hour commute at least. I would really prefer to avoid spending four hours a day in transit - so I'm looking to stay somewhere else, for this short period of time. Are there any hostels or by-the-week hotels near Hillsboro or accessible to the west-side MAX that people can recommend?
Hey guys, I don't know where else to ask this so I thought I'd try asking here, kind of a long shot though.
I need to have a car shipped cross country. I used to live on the east coast, then I moved back to the west coast and bought a car. Now my husband's deployment is almost over so I'll be moving BACK to the east coast. We were originally going to just drive back cross-country but we have a new baby and are realizing what a nightmare that could be, plus it will be pretty expensive.
We think itd be cheaper and easier to ship the car cross country and then fly back. But I could be wrong because I have no idea what the price range is like for shipping a car...
Has anyone ever shipped a car somewhere and know a company to recommend? Or a website? Or something? I feel like I don't even know where to look...
I have a corp. Dinner tonight at 6 and need something to wear I have *A* dress its broing and black and I need something nice/funky to wear! size 18-20! fast! Any Ideas? I am totally up for a full fat girl make over, if anyone wants to try! haha!
I am REALLY into beer. I don't know a whole lot about homebrewing but have been told that it comes out to something like $1 a bottle once you get everything running. I have a huge basement with a ton of unused space, and making beer down there seems like a REALLY GOOD IDEA.
Is anyone here interested in getting into homebrewing and splitting the startup costs with me?
ETA: [Unknown LJ tag]. I'd like to head to the January 10th meeting of the Oregon Brew Crew (7:30 at FH Steinbart's), and maybe have dinner beforehand with interested folks so that we can all get to know each other.
I'd like to flash a CDMA phone to Cricket. Do you have any suggestions of where to go? I'd really like a PDA-type phone, but I know it's better to go to someone with skill so they can configure the Internet and pictures. I've googled and emailed people, but I'd love a recommendation.
If you've already done this, what model of phone did you use? What functions did you get working? Thanks in advance for your input. I appreciate it.
I'm looking for a private driving instructor in Portland. A non-crazy one. (I've heard stories about basically fundamentalists-on-wheels, Very Smelly Instructors, etc) I'm close-in on the Eastside. Thanks!
i am, and seek to upgrade my video card (medium's nice, but high is nicer!) what are you using that makes it look good? i am zeroing in on an 8600 GT/S, but in addition to reading the dozens of newegg reviews thought i'd ask here, too. i'd like to not spend the $ for an 8800, but i wonder if the price'll drop after the holiday?
any and all advice is welcome. i can post rig specs when i get home, if needed.
is there anyone here who can recommend [or even works at] a good local printer who specializes in vehicle decals?
note: i'm NOT looking for plain vinyl lettering, i need someone who can do actual full-color vehicle wraps and/or larger format sized printing and application for sizes up to full-sized truck trailers. low-cost would be good, as this is for a small business, but any referrals would be great at this point.
i've done some googling/calling around, but can't seem to find anyone local who can do what i'm looking for or will return my calls/emails.
also, bonus points if they're not vegan.
Provoked by a weird post.
Vegan water? Organic Light bulbs?
Anyways I was thinking... can water be vegan, then again, what about all the little micro organisms that are in the air, and what about all that corn your eating, A mouse will go hungry this winter I kid you not. Mice need corn too.
I dunno, it's a thought, not meant to offend anyone, just my own personal opinion.
But can you ever be 100% vegan? I think Vegans should take Ecology classes.
And vege's, stop being so damned passive aggressive and be a conscious consumer instead.
I'm not saying stop eating and living how you are, but maybe just think about it. haha Food for thought you know?