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  1. "How about a little honesty and an awkward conversion?" -me

  2. At least it was all American not a hodgepodge of mixed equipment nations equipment.

  3. I thought the title was hyperbole until I saw the video, but you were spot on.

  4. No Google. But 10 other search engines. With assorted crap in the results. Bookmarks so much more important.

  5. "Under Construction" banners, images, and gifs. They were on every page, the page was always "under construction". You'd put one there while you were writing the html then take it out when the final version was done, but way too many people never bothered with that step.

  6. Visitor counters and guest books. I almost always left a message.

  7. Yes and no. There are places in Portland that are so normal as to beggar belief, there are parts that are so rundown and slatternly that don't even feel like America. But it's where the two interface that it's really shocking. Armed hobo cities by the airport, part drug market, part stolen car chopshop, part bazaar of stolen goods.

  8. That explains why I hardly ever see anyone when I get summoned for the jury pool. That does seem to be a shamefully low sum.

  9. Oregon is so gorgeous, but I really do believe that the east is a hidden treasure that those who never get to see are missing out on.

  10. Does this have anything about the supposed serial killer cop, or perhaps a serial killer disguised as a cop? It's really hard to find any information about this because searches always end up referencing the River Ward missions about his kidnapped nephew.

  11. Idk if it is confirmed, but people call V cyberpsycho all the time on the streets, you run over a few chooms and you are suddenly a cyberpsycho...

  12. Well that, but I'm thinking specifically of the situation with the MaxTac commander (I believe she is, anyway) after the cyberpsycho invades the upscale clothes store. She essentially says she likes your style and suggests you consider joining. It's canonical that MaxTax has used deprogrammed cyberpsychos to fill its ranks, the female MaxTac officer you talk to in one, in fact.

  13. Yes, unfortunately. The one major down side of vote by mail is a significantly longer period where campaigns run commercials.

  14. People flying through windows with only a small amount of blood as a result.

  15. I love Florence. I think it's sort of underrated by people because their old town is kinda small. Pre-pandemic I went a few times a year to visit my grandma and hangout by the river.

  16. No idea tbh, but I make mine at home with a 20 dollar drip machine, I'm no connoisseur.

  17. Can anyone explain the finances of these kinds of things? It must cost a lot, and I don’t understand how it is recouped. Does a sponsor really get anything out of it?

  18. If you're trying to be a regional level drag racer (or any other kind of lower level auto racer really), there's no way to do it to be profitable. Sponsorship only covers a fraction of the cost. You do it for love of competition and the sport itself.

  19. I don't think the big dogs of the NHRA go there. The strip isn't long enough for them to slow down or something.

  20. I know in the past, pro stock has stopped by Woodburn and done a run or two down the strip. It lies between Seattle and Sonoma so it's a good place to practice. I don't know if they've done it in a while, though.

  21. Unless you have a specific reason to, I'd skip both Salem and Eugene, they're fine enough cities to live in, but not exactly "touristy" unless you like Oregon history.

  22. Things like housing are shockingly expensive, have a financial nestegg.

  23. And yet so easily manipulated himself…

  24. Not surprising, to quote P.J. O'Rourke "...there's a little bit of the pigeon in every good confidence man."

  25. Could have shut out Johnson by supporting a moderate like Read in the primaries. Johnson announced her campaign well before then, you knew she was coming.

  26. Cadillac Seville Opera. A custom job that cost 38k new, which adjusted for inflation would MSRP for almost 140k in today's dollars.

  27. Keep one in my truck, but thanks for the reminder because I imagine it's nearing expiration. I've had it for a while.

  28. Driving through a long taco bell drive through recently, I had to step out and put out someone’s cigarette that had burned about a 6” circle in the wood bark landscaping.

  29. I've put out more barkdust fires than I can remember. Why people would keep so much of that stuff so close to their homes, I'll never know.

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