Any help would be appreciated.
Any help would be appreciated.
I am curious how DP feels about election security? Also curious if we have a better system in place locally than the monkey busniess in that video??
CHECK CHECK CHECK IT OUT
Does this poll work?
Bonus points if you can figure out why my icon is relevant here.
(edited to add context after seeing db_cooper's post on same)
Edit 2: Here are links to the Forbidden Tom Cruise Video. Get em while they're hot.
Does anyone have personal experience with (and hopefully recommendations of) businesses who provide this kind of service? It's either leather or something that looks and feels a lot like leather.
29, went to Franklin with my son.
Hey Ron, call your unparents.
Your unbrother has been asking about you.
It's been too long.
Come by or call.
Same cat-time, same cat-place.
Pavement Productions and The Bluestockings are proud to present Dead of Winter, three ghost stories written for the stage by Portland playwright Steve Patterson.
Winter. Bare trees. Fog. A chill breeze. It's the perfect time of year to cozy up and tell stories about things that might be there, in the dark. In the night. And that's just what these three psychological chillers do: explore that which isn't there…unless it is.
- Winner of the Sam Bass One-Act Contest in Austin, Whitechapel takes us to a London flat which may or may not be haunted by the grandfather of serial killers, Jack the Ripper.
- A World Premiere written especially for The Bluestockings, Wet Paint invites us into a house which may or may not have uninvited guests, and a rainy night's séance which may or may not be harmless fun.
- The evening wraps up with The Body, a visit with a grieving coroner who may or may not be a little too in touch with one of his "patients." The Body was featured in The Nature of Fear and Its Effects, produced by Jobsite Theatre at the Tampa Performing Arts Center.
Directed by Pavement Productions' Co-Producer Lisa L. Abbott, Dead of Winter's cast includes Trish Egan, Angie Hughes, Reba Kenison, Deborah Zelda Lee, Harold Phillips, Ben Plont, and Justina Price, with set design by Sean DeVine, lights by Julie Booth, and sound design by Gordon Romei.
Dead of Winter opens 8:00 PM February 1, 2008, at Performance Works Northwest (4625 SE 67th Avenue, Portland) in the Foster Arts District. It runs Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays through February 23rd. Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door, and $10 for students and seniors. Thursdays are sliding scale. Tickets can be purchased online at www.theblustockings.com. (Also check out the Bluestockings site for a Dead of Winter teaser video.) For reservations, call 503-777-2771.
Secondly: I routinely have ridiculous colors of hair and I also have two facial piercings. It seems to me that most places are fairly strict about hair color, piercings and uniform. Any recommendations about where to go that may not have such strict requirements? I'm especially looking to work in-home, not in a facility. I'm also interested in doing end of life care.
Any tips, hints or ideas would be very appreciated.
The burger was excellent. Everything was quite fresh, great bun, cooked medium (hallelujah!) and very enjoyable. I'd go back, except... what the hell is with their fries?? They were overcooked on the outside to the point of bitterness, yet underdone on the inside to the point where they were actually tough to chew! They were also sopping with grease. I mean, they were even worse than the fries at McMenamin's, and those oily little shoestrings are NASTY.
Anyway, I'd recommend them for a cheeseburger, but skip the fries.
So, I go to open my camera and low and behold.. the screen is broken? WTF? It's an LCD screen so it's got that gigantic droplet of lcd watery-looking goodness when it's off, and when it's on it's just.. a gigantic scrambled mess, with two cracks and.. well.. it's horrible.
We took it back to Sears, who told us under no circumstances would they take it back because I HAD OBVIOUSLY DROPPED IT.
Now, I know for a fact that -I- never dropped it, and my mother does NOT lie, so there's no way she dropped it.
Does anyone know what can be done to fix it? Should I try to take it back to Sears again and talk to someone different? The lady who we spoke to (not the original girl, the manager-person who came over I'm guessing) was horribly unhelpful and rude, as was the tech guy (who insisted we busted it, when we hadn't).. I just don't know what I'd do if I brought it back and encountered the same people!
For the record, I've got serious anxiety issues/agoraphobia, am bipolar.. me + unhelpful/rude people = bad situation.
Also- if you don't recommend taking it back to Sears, as about now I just REALLY want my money back, should I try sending it back to Polaroid? It has a warranty, I just don't know if they'd hold true to it, since the tech guy seemed insistent that -I- dropped it..
Does anyone know of a good and reasonably priced frame shop? (I'm not sure what "reasonably priced" means for a frame shop, since I've never had custom framing done, so any hint as to that would be great, too!)
Congregation Members Fund $5.3M Purchase of Historic Office Bldg. in Portland
The Church of Scientology of Portland acquired the historic Stevens Building at 812 SW Washington in Portland for $5.38 million, or about $117 per square foot. The seller was OCF Joseph E Weston Public Foundation.
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Besides quitting smoking and ebbing my drinking, of course.
Does anyone know of any that are coming up, or where I could look to find out when all of the poetry readings in the area are scheduled to take place, and where?
Don't forget that ChocolateFest is this weekend!
Feb 2&3, 10-5pm!
I'll be there, with the zoo, along with a TON of other awesome vendors!
Cost is museum admission: $7 for adults and $5 for children.
I have12 week old kittens up for adoptions to a good home!
(And finally found the camera cord so I could make a post with pictures.)
There are four left, all of them playful and of good temper.
All of the kittens like classical music, and are used to being around other cats (kitten and adult.)
None of them are fixed or have shots, but except for Grendel's drooling nose, they are all healthy and bushy-tailed.
We are not asking for money for them, only that they go to good homes. They are kittens from the local strays and so we are trying to find homes for them and the older cats, and getting them fixed when we have the money for it.
We prefer that they go to homes that already have a cat so they will have someone to play with and keep them company and are not interested in declawing.
We will not give them away unless we're sure that they are going with someone that will not mistreat them. If you are simply looking for a cute pet for a young child or a kid who only wants them while they're a kitten, please move along as we are adopting them out as companion pets, not toys.
Those interested can message me on LJ and we'll talk further. :)
Anyone happen to get in an accident on 84 or get stuck in the jam about an hour ago? Ice seems to be coating the roads in mass... guess that is another accident to add to the list of accidents that happened during the snow/ice storm!
Please view this video and send to everyone you know...every little bit will help! The band, Five for Fighting, is generously donating $0.49 to Autism Speaks for *each time* the video is viewed. The funding goes toward research studies to help find a cure. When you have a moment, please visit the link below to watch the video and pass it along to your friends and family. They are aiming for 10,000 hits, but hopefully we can help them to surpass this goal.
PS: Until I figure the buses out, I HATE YOU TRI MET