I'm ideally looking for something that will track basic inventory and organize shipping info for multiple auctions, etc.
I've just found myself needing to list a minimum of 100 things tomorrow, so any help would be fantastic.
I don't think I did a great job describing it so this is what I am talking about: http://www.theparkcatalog.com/Customkititems.asp?kc=116-1009&iQty=
Edit: Sorry, I'm not looking to work for them, or any similar company. I'm really just looking to rewite my 2nd mortgage and wondering if this company is legit
being a seamstress, i can sew new ones on of course, but where oh where will i find nice, one inch classic metal buttons? skulls would be nice, anything gothic and dark, as its a gift for someone who wears alot of black, and loves ninjas and batman.
i need anywhere i can reach from forest grove to beaverton, and the very beginings of portland reachable by the max. also, anyone willing to help transport me there a.k.a. be my guide will be winning themselves a free drink from starbucks, extra whatever, just keep it under 30$ :)
if ya can help meh, please respond asap o__o this barely got here in time for someones birthday, and id like to try and g et buttons for it today if possibal.
any suggestions, or beading/button/sewing places i should call and ask maybe? again, beaverton would be best as im out in the skirts of forest grove e__e!!!
augh i hate it when things do this -o-... silly manufacturers...
1) Where can I get my hair dyed an obnoxious shade of red and cut for $50 or less? I thought about Bishop's but I really am not cool with spending $70 on my hair.
2) Is there a list anywhere of homes/masion that you can rent out for events? Has to be for the Portland/accessible by Trimet area.
in your opinion, what is the best, most gargantuan plant nursery/gardening center located in SE or NE portland? i'm wanting a place that has a good quantity of stuff, a good variety (obscure plants and gardening supplies a plus), cool employees/owners are, etc. if they also happen to have a small cafe inside where they make excellent cappuccinos, that is a plus. currently, i'm thoroughly happy with dennis' seven dees, but i'm a philanderer at heart, and i can't help but wonder if i'm missing out on something better.
oh, and what about that place at the intersection of barbur and terwilliger? how's that place?
SAN DIEGO — In a highly unusual outbreak of measles here last month, 12 children fell ill; nine of them had not been inoculated against the virus because their parents objected, and the other three were too young to receive vaccines. [...]
Children who are not vaccinated are unnecessarily susceptible to serious illnesses, they say, but also present a danger to children who have had their shots — the measles vaccine, for instance, is only 95 percent effective — and to those children too young to receive certain vaccines.
Measles, almost wholly eradicated in the United States through vaccines, can cause pneumonia and brain swelling, which in rare cases can lead to death. The measles outbreak here alarmed public health officials, sickened babies and sent one child to the hospital. [...]
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All taken just before the pass through Saturday Market. Apologies for no editing, so the shots are very random but you might be able to pick out something good from the mess :)
Okay, back to happy day.
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THE MODERN HIPSTER.
I Liked These Guys Before Anybody Else Knew About Them English Bitter
Boys Don't CrIPA
Oh Fuck My Rent Check Didn't Come in the Mail Bock
Essentially Empty Yet Always Present Messenger Baggleywine
Almost Stout of the Closet
All My Friends Are White Ale
So What If I Messed Up Your Starbucks Order Porter
Rummage Sale Pale Ale
I Don't Really Like This but I'm Drinking It to Get Back at My Parents and/or Friends With an Overt and Crass Display of Being Cultured Lambic
I Am Entirely Fucking Done With Society Because It Is Run by Corrupt and Criminally Exploitative Man-Machines Who Don't Give One Shit for Anyone or Anything Except for Money and Power Light Lager
from McSweeney's, by Kevin Scheitrum.
Be sure to vote!
This is probably one of my favorite things he said at the entire rally. I'm continuing to add videos (there was a terrible lag with the first few I put up but it's gotten better now) if you want to watch snippets of his talk.
I also have a crapload of photos &
ETA: I don't want to download it illegally, I'm actually mostly asking for my husband who has some kind of weird ethics thing about the band and so he wants to actually buy the album. He's CRAZAY!
I understand there's a route that runs east along the gorge. That sounds like a possibility, but I don't recognize the names of any of the stops between Vancouver, WA and Spokane, WA.
So.... DP.... any ideas???? Any suggestions???? Either on that route or any other? Thanks in advance! :)
It is located in Tanasbourne across from Jamba Juice and Pizza Schmizza.
Just wanted to throw that out there cause I know damnportlanders love food. Highly recommended.
And yes, they have vegetarian dishes as well.
Edited to add:
By eating there, you are also supporting a local business! So there's a bonus!
FINALLY THE ROCK..HAS COME BACK TO..PORTLAND..
Sorry couldn't resist.
Finally after quieting plugging my comic book here on DP. I've found a home for issues here in Portland. I've managed to snag some space at Floating World Comics courtesy of the owner Jason. This will be the first legitimate location in town where people can buy or simply check out the comic in person. Issues 1 and 2 will be available there. Once I get my issue 3 shipment from Michigan,I will be adding them to his issues available.
Floating World is located in Old Town and is worth the visit just to see the shop which is snug, but well stocked.