My email: mostlyinstrumental at gmail dot com
My email: mostlyinstrumental at gmail dot com
Also wouldn't mind taking a leather class as well.....any ideas?
I have tried to plug my MP3 player into the USB ports on three different laptops and every time I do I get an error that says “ Power Surge on Hub Port. – A USB device has exceeded the power limits of its hub port.” I have had my MP3 player for about two and a half years and this error began to appear about a month ago.
I have found other people on the web with the same problem, but none of them have found a fix.
Has anyone else had this happen and if so, were you able to fix it?
Support the women of Burma
Strip the military regime’s power
Help fund relief efforts
Send your panties for peace!
Is this just a Canadian thing?
*edit* From the website:
"The Panties for Peace campaign plays on the regime leaders’ superstitious fear that contact with a woman’s underpants will rob them of their power. Women around the world are asked to post their panties to local Burmese embassies in a bid to strip the regime of its power and bring an end to its gross violations of human rights, especially those committed against Burma’s women."
A friend of mine just lost his car (major engine/radiator issue... bad news) and is left in a bit of a bind with transportation. He has to travel quite a distance on a regular basis and needs something reliable, but it can be a total junker looks-wise.
I'm putting lots feelers out, in case anyone has or knows of any super-cheap used cars.
And yes, I'm looking at Craigslist. :)
Anyway, today she puts up a post about the Oregon high schools prom themes. Apparently this was in the Oregonian, but seriously, who reads the paper? So for all you other online-news-reading peeps. You gotta check this list out.
Burns High, Burns: "A Night in Vegas"
Catlin Gabel, Portland: "A Trip to the Stars"
David Douglas High, Portland: "A Black and White Affair"
Lakeview Senior High, Lakeview: "Mardi Gras"
Oregon City High, Oregon City: "Masquerade Ball"
Sunset High, Beaverton: "Into the Sunset"
Bend Senior High, Bend: "A Night in Hollywood"
Madras High, Madras: "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
Astoria High, Astoria: "Come Away With Me" (Norah Jones song)
North Salem High, Salem: "Under the City Lights"
Corvallis High, Corvallis: "Old Hollywood -- The Golden Age"
South Medford High, Medford: "A Night to Shine"
Gresham High, Gresham: "Rumble in the Jungle" (They held it at the zoo)
Jesuit High School, Portland: "Jurassic Prom -- 65 Million Years in the Making"
Tigard High, Tigard: "Diamonds Are Forever"
South Eugene High, Eugene: "Bollywood"
Lake Oswego High, Lake Oswego: "Starry, Starry Night"
Southridge High, Beaverton: "Don't Want to Miss a Thing" (Aerosmith song)
Aloha High, Beaverton: "Red Carpet"
Columbia River High, Vancouver: "Time After Time" (Cyndi Lauper and Quietdrive song)
Century High, Hillsboro: "Once Upon a Dream"
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Ah, high school. Think they still play "Stairway to Heaven" at the end of dances?
Much obliged - and happy Friday.
Do you have any brands you might recommend?
I live in Laptop land with my Toshiba and a 19" Stereo standard TV (sans tv or cable,it's just a movie and game machine), so I'm out of my element here.
PDx related simpy because I live here and he does not....mercifully.
Thanks for all those great movie recommendations. I stocked up and had myself a good "pain cave" day which helped immensely. I'm planning to continue that vibe by taking myself to Sex and the City today, sitting in a dark corner with a giant bucket of popcorn. Heck yeah.
Continuing on that theme:
I've only had a manicure and pedicure once in my life, for my wedding. Any recommendations for a good, very pampering/luxurious place to get both this weekend? I live in NE but it doesn't matter where really as I have a car.
SO WHAT NOW?
Do I get a new foreskin?
- Put on some revealing clothing and get outside! It's scrumptious!
- Tell me of your favorite Korean BBQ place? I'm talking about the ones where they bring you a huge pile of raw, marinated meat, and you grill it on the table in front of you, wrap it in a huge leaf of lettuce and stuff it in your mouth with some kim chee, and leave smelling like smoke. MMMM.
And this was my response:
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I get wordy, I know.
Yeah. Not real. Sorry. Mrs. Piggy is more realistic than ol' Blinky here.
***Edit: This may or may not be the actual footage shown as there is a screen cap from the press conference today showing a different scene completely. See comments section. Keep Portland Weird***
2. No tape litters on the streets and sidewalks during the parade season.
3. Running into DP friends randomly on the street while bicycling in the SE hood.
4. Peter Murphy show at Aladdin Theater tomorrow night....wheeeee!
5. OHSU's School of Dentistry board exams: free dental work last Saturday morning.
Next Saturday, June 7, is the Portland Buddhist Festival, from 12-4:30 at Colonel Summers park (SE 17th and Taylor). As a meat-eating atheist, I'm going, because Buddhism is friggin' cool. Don't be afraid to show up and enjoy the coolness.
Now you know, and knowing is half the battle.
We're going to do a few things like hot chocolate then supper up at Timberline Lodge (a tradition for us) just before Christmas Eve and downtown combat christmas shopping so we can enjoy the lights, the ambience and the holiday season in all it's maddening glory but do an DPs have suggestions on fun things to take my sis to?
She wants to catch a band at the Rose Bowl if possible and I'd love to take her to some kitschy Chrstimasy things - do people really go caroling or is that only in the American movies I grew up on (Gremlins rocked! hehe). I really want her to have some lovely, memorable experiences in the short time she is here. She arrives December 12 and leaves on December 27 so I "think" she'll miss out on the lighting of the Christmas tree at Pioneer Square.
She's in her mid-thirties and the only thing I'd want to steer away from is dogs as she is afraid of them. We're also going to take her for a quick trip to Seattle (day trip) and also to Astoria to show her the "Goonies House" etc. so also, if anyone has suggestions on things to do there or places to eat, would love to hear.
I know it's kinda early to plan for Christmas but she's excited and been asking me what we'll be doing so I thought I'd better get on it.
So I really would like to buy a new (or good used) record player tomorrow. I'm thinking if I buy a new one, I'd like a Numark, and for an old one I'm not sure how much it matters as long as its good and has a built in preamp, etc. I've been using my roommate's Emerson, and its time for me to buy my own because she'll need hers.
Question: where in portland can I buy a record player? I'd prefer to spend under $100. I've seen a few at record stores such as Crossroads music, but they were pretty pricey. Specifically, where can I go to buy a new one?
Bonus points if its in SE.