Three things: First, the pumps are shaded by the canopy; second, at least the window is down so there is a nice breeze to keep cool; finally, it doesn't get that hot very often in Portland (you can count the # of days on one hand.). Even then, Portland doesn't have the humidity that Ohio has, so it doesn't feel nearly as bad.
Totally agree, YTown. Oregon is the only other state that prohibits you from pumping your own gas. When I moved back to Ohio (in Wintertime no less) I couldn't help but lament the fact that I had to get out of my car in the nasty a** weather to pump my own gas.
Then again, I also complained about having to wait for the slow-footed attendant to finally make his way to my car to either start pumping the gas or to hang up the pump when it was finished.
Nice Reading Rainbow reference, Wylde.
Second, Third, Fourth 31st that motion?
Are you kiddin me, CowCat? For me, that was the best part of living on the west coast. Wake up and football is underway! It was especially nice for the primetime games (and MNF), since I could watch the entire game and still get to bed at a decent hour.
Now that I'm back in Ohio, it feels like I have to wait fooooorever for the games to start, especially on Sundays when football doesn't get underway until the afternoon. Ugh, indeed!
Carmel is a town in Indiana. Enough said.
Ha, you beat me to it, THE. I was just about to post:
"I'm sure we'll be seeing a lot of Al Borland pics, right Al?"
The Black Knight(s) ALWAYS triumph!
You guys just reminded me of another flavor of Dortitos that is freaking awesome (but almost impossible to find in this area.) Doritos Flamas. They are spicier than Tapatio flavored Doritos and have a hint of Lime.
If anyone has any knowledge of where they can find these bad boys, let me know!
Wholeheartedly agree, Earle. These two are my favorites by far. The Kroger by my house just recently stopped carrying Tapatio for some odd reason, so I'm on the hunt to find it somewhere else.
Also, as another poster mentioned above, Doritos Tapatio flavor are amazing, but I can't find those anywhere around Dublin, either. I'm starting to fiend!
I was in a fraternity in college, and we never have even thought about doing something like this. This reflects poorly not only on the other fraternities, but also the university as a whole. (I know, I know, it couldn't have happened to a nicer school. But I digress...)
If I was in another fraternity on that campus, I would be utterly p*ssed. Now, because of this one group's actions, none of the other fraternities are able to have any off-campus events (according to the video.)
One kid poops in the pool and ruins it for everyone.
After living in Oregon for 8 years, I'm not surprised to see that many people not originally from there. I always seemed to meet people from everywhere except Oregon. When people would ask where someone was from originally, if the person actually said "Oregon" there would alwasy be a look of amazement from the person who asked, like "Wow, you are actually from here!"
Case in point, I worked at a small office composed of approx 20 people. The General Manager was from Iowa, the Operations Manager was from Minnesota, my boss was from Wisconsin, and I (of course) was from Ohio.
The running joke that the GM would like to say was that if the early settlers had colonized the west originally, would they ever have headed east?
Happy Friday Eve, Everyone!
Get well soon, Birm. No one likes a sick Birm.
That's my thought, too, Frimmel. At least if there were signs of CTE, it may have given the family a "why." Maybe closure was the wrong word.
Get well soon, Meechy!
And still no closure for the family. I can't imagine how the family is feeling. Wish nothing but peace for them going forward.
Wow, crazy find, Homey! Jim and his father sitting front row at Judge Judy...never would have predicted that one.
Looking at it from a coaching tree perspective there are two former Meyer assistants on that list. Maybe we can get Tom Herman to show up on that list now that he's taken the reigns at Houston!
Love the idea, AWalk.
I'm a huge fan of Portlandia.
Thank you for all of your hard work, Birm!!! We are truly lucky to be able to have a resource like yourself!