Hey let's say I were to start walking east on Hawthorne around 20th, are there any good brunch-y breakfast-y places that have at least some no meat options?
in b4 gb2/california/, lol vegan, read the memories, etc
edit: thanks for the suggestions! we are departing now and will report back.
edit2: we went to Jam, it was great! Thanks! I will be going back.
i am bored and going to washington square today, if anyone wants to play ds mariokart or pokemon cards, ill be searching in the food court between 2:45 and 3:45 or so :D
to the 'punx' who yelled yesterday
I know we sounded like shit. You're just jealous that your friends don't stay out until 5 am, then wake up at seven and make waffles and have a delicious breakfast. You're just jealous that you don't run to goodwill in the morning to buy tho most bizarre instruments and ride all the way to the saturday market on the max to have a jam sesh with your closest friends. So what if we only made seventeen dollars! We still had enough money to buy junk food for the ride home. You're only jealous that yesterday wasn't the best day of your life thus far.
to the lady from starbucks
We really didn't know what we were doing, but yes, we do have some cute boys. Thank you for the two dollars. We bought a bag of lay's chips with that. Thank you.
to the homeless man on the max
Keep the harmonica, please. Or, should I say, "Mantener la armónica, por favor."
Short, sweet, and to the point?
anyone know what happened to it? one day it was there, the next day it was closed, and the day after wooden boards were put up in front of the café and its adjoining gallery.
Here is a semi-random tax question.
On the 1040A (and presumably the other 1040s), there is a box for "interest income".
I think in a past year, I read that for small amounts of interests, like the type from a normal savings account, you don't have to report it.
So does anyone know if there really is a 20 dollar rule, or something along those lines?
I HATE assholes who pull up into the crosswalk and make me miss the light. For some reason, it seems to mostly be people in SUVs and big ass pickup trucks.
I wish to call upon the electricians of Portland. I'm looking into apprenticeship programs to get my electrical license. I don't really know anything about electrical apprenticeships though, so I wanted some thoughts and opinions from you.
I have some paperwork from JATC and from NIETC. JATC's program looks harder to get into (I need to give them a lot more stuff for application and their date is earlier). Other than that, I'm having difficulty figuring out what's really the difference between them. Is one or the other a better program? Provide a better education or more work opportunities? More expensive/higher pay?
Any info you can provide on electrical apprenticeship programs, NIETC/JATC/any others, or anything of relevance to share . . . would be helpful.
As background, I'm a theatre lighting tech/electrician with a degree, and have various mathsness.
Does anyone know where an aspiring DIY girl could take some sewing lessons or do any ladies want to lend a hand to the sewing impaired and teach me to sew? I really want to get into it, I have a bunch of shirts that need some major recon because of lost/gain weight and I just want to make things more spiffy.
I knew I could count on my DP'ers to lend a hand, haha, you shit glory, team awesomeness!
I'm wondering does any have a favorite bar or eatery to watch MLB in this town , either downtown or the SW side? I hope to make the pilgrimage with my wife to Wayne's one of these weekends to pay tribute to the Chicago dog. However, I'd still like to know of some favored places on the west side of the river.
If it helps, I'd be looking for any place that might, might be kind enough to show AL Central games. (Imported Tigers fan , yes the 0-5 138 Million dollar Detroit Tigers) Yes, the ..dare I say it...Legendary Detroit Tigers.
Not a single Charlton Heston post today?
There were, however, some typical rants against bad drivers, the tram, and the weather. I figured a conservative pro-gun Hollywood type who played Moses would have elicited at least some DP-ire.
Was it because he was old and your inner selves just can't get mad at an old guy who was somebody's grandpa?
I found a pdf of the Oregon Driver Manual on the DMV's website, but I couldn't find info on where to find a print copy. Any ideas? I'll be shocked if no one here knows.
edit: No, really. I know they are available there. I'm wondering if anyone knows they are available in supermarkets (like in they are in Hawaii), libraries (like they are in NJ), etc. I get that the DMV has them. Thanks, though. I'm glad I could provide some amusement. I'd like to limit my time in the DMV, which I'm sure y'all understand.