I HAVE a regular DS charger.
If possible would you trade me your DS lite charger for my DS regular charger?
Thursday, February 26th, 6pm doors, 7-9pm showtime
Hollywood Theatre (4122 NE Sandy Blvd)
All ages. Tickets $8.
Hosted by CJ & the Dolls
Featuring: The Shook Twins, Annie Vergnetti, Kate Mann, Terri Untalan, Luxenburg and the Rebecca's, Malcom Rollick, CJ & the Dolls, Walking Home, Eric Tonsfeldt, Gone Against Blue, Nicole Sangsuree, Felina's Arrow, Mike Pardew, and more!
Costume contest with prizes (good ones!) – so pick an era and get your costume on!
Proceeds will go to In Other Words, the last remaining nonprofit feminist bookstore in the country.
Tickets are available at the Hollywood Theater and online: https://robot. boxofficetickets. com/800-494-TIXS/WebObjects/BOTx2005. woa/wa/inspectProgram?id=61101&passKey=c846a3decf
There are lots of raffle prizes, a ton of great musicians and their own takes on Madonna's finest work. Sure to be lots of interesting conversation going on, considering the polarizing nature of the woman herself!
Come out to a CHEAP benefit show, support a local non-profit, and be entertained in a great old theatre! Bring some friends!
I'm currently on the hunt for a small animal cage. A cage for small animals, not so much a small-sized cage. I actually would like a lot of room for the small animals in question.
Something that looks much like these:
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If you or anyone you know has one that I'd be able to buy from anywhere between twenty and forty-five dollars, that would be great. I recently found a perfect one on Craig's List for twenty dollars, but it was sold right out from under me when I was going to pick it up.
You can email me at email@example.com if you have any information.
I am looking for a specific issue of Special Interest Autos magazine from Hemmings. I believe it is the June '06, issue #153 featuring a driveReport on the 1958 Plymouth Fury. I've contacted Hemmings' customer service but the issue is apparently no longer available and I can not order.
Portlanders, I know there are classic auto fans out there. Does anyone happen to have a clean copy of this magazine they'd be willing to part with, perhaps for a small fee? Please let me know.
Good morning! I've posted here before about my preparations for my trip to China. Now that my dates are set, the ticket is bought, etc., I need insight on taking the public transportation from Shanghai to Suzhou.
Trains? Busses? How easy or difficult is it to get around? Does anyone speak English? I heard stories of a "Foreigner" window at the main train station in Shanghai but then I heard from another source that it's really hard to find anyone that speaks English.
Any input would be extremely appreciated. Websites, personal experiences, whatever.
Thanks, world travelers of Portland!
Thank you kindly.
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What should we know about buying used?
I heard somewhere that you can take the car to a mechanic and they can check it out by plugging something into the computer of a car?
Do they charge for this?
We will be looking at a car in SE at 190th any mechanics out there you can recommend?
Changing a brith certificate seems wierd to me, but as far as I can tell it's the only path to changing my passport. Also, I don't know where the hell my old birth certificate is.
My sweetie's birthday is coming up. Being originally from the East coast, he has requested some strange concoction called a Boston Cream Pie, which is apparently hard to find here. Any recommendations on where to look?
I've never been and I'm supposed to meet someone there, and I don't want to feel too terribly out-of-place. Asking here might be a long shot, but every little bit helps.
ETA: Now with 80% less lyrics fuckup.
For all those folks getting food poisoning.