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October 15th, 2018

Hello, and happy Monday to you! Friday afternoon, I had the very special pleasure of attending a dissolution ceremony of a Mandala honoring the Compassion Buddha. Monks from the Ngari Institute spent three days creating this exquisitely fine and intricate work of art. It was then swept into a pile, distributed among atte

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The answer to Vision Zero and a healthy climate is the same thing. The post The Monday Roundup: Scooter laws, ‘War on Cars’ pod, transit subsidy and more appe

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Can you believe it? A year ago today, I returned to the helm of Get Rich Slowly. Eight-and-a-half years after selling the site, I bought it back. During the past twelve months, GRS has been through three distinct phases as I've struggled to figure out my focus and direction. First, I tried to manage the […]

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Jury Duty, a unique blend of comedy and parliamentary-style debate, is part of Helium Comedy Club's line-up of locally produced Wednesday night shows.

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[Photo: Gianni Agnelli (Gorupdebesanez] By Name Gaither Stewart t was raining in Torino. A North European rain. The kind that lasts. Through the restaurant’s great windows the wide avenue lined by plane trees points in the direction of the whitened Alps on the horizon. The rain, the trees, the distant mountains, and the s

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Suntup Editions has announced The Regulators by artist Chris Moore as their latest addition to The Covers Collection. This beautifully detailed artwork graced the cover of the 1st U.K. edition of The Regulators by Richard Bachman, the “evil twin” pseudonym of Stephen King. Originally published in 1996 at the same time

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by Anonymous I thought the American dream was to retire peacefully by moving to a place in the country where work options are limited but Mother Nature is in full effect. You know, relaxing on a porch or fishing, kayaking... the peaceful transition before death.... It sounds a

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I’m super excited to be joining Pivotal on Monday, October 22nd as Open Source Software Strategy Lead within the R&D group here in their London office! This has been in the works for quite a while, but my UK work visa finally arrived, which makes it official. I also learned that my PhD dissertation corrections &#

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The 32 Best Things to Do in Portland This (Veg) Week: Oct 15-18

The Blazers Kick the Door In, the Jams Get Kicked Out, Kamasi Washington gets Epic, and Stuff You Missed in History Class! by Mercury Things to Do Staff Jump to: Monday |

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Good Morning, News: Proud Boys Fight Antifa in NYC and Portland, Oregonian Backs Buehler, and Ted Wheeler: Not a Nutcase.

by Alex Zielinski Stay up to date on Portland news and politics. Looking for fun? Here are the best Things to Do in Portland today.

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Never thought the day would come – at least in this lifetime – I’d give Donald Trump credit for anything positive. Just seemed absolutely impossible. But, while that “credit” is awfully tangential, it’s his nonetheless. Hold that thought. A bit of background is required. The Governor of Connecticut Legis

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40 Fascinating Color Photographs That Capture Everyday Life on the Banks of the Seine River, Paris in 1941

“For Parisians the Seine is a compass, a way to know where you are,” said art historian Marina Ferretti.France had a relatively easier time under German occupation during World War II. That is because Hitler did not consider West Europeans as ‘Untermenschen’. The infamous German brutality wa

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Born 1940 as Hanne Karin Bayer in Solbjerg, Denmark, Danish-French film actress, director, writer, and singer Anna Karina began her career by singing in cabarets and worked as a model playing in commercials. At age 14, she appeared in a Danish short film by Ib Schmedes, which won a prize at Cannes. In 1958, after a row with

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Over the years, I have come to appreciate John Rawls's "veil of ignorance" a lot.  I mean, a lot.  (Click here if you need a ninety-second briefing.)Unlike Rawls's theoretical structure of an original position, we have the real wo

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A thirtysomething burnout sacrifices his own dreams to take care of his dying mother.

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Bernhard Crusell (1775-1838) Dag Wirén (1905-1985) Harold Blumenfeld (1923-2014) Karl Richter (1926-1981) Barry McGuire (1935) Suzanne Murphy (1941) Peter Phillips (1953) and Virgil (70 B.C.E.- 19 B.C.E.) Helen Hunt Jackson (1830-1885) Friedrich Nietzsche, (1844-1900) P. G. Wodehouse (1881-1975) Varian Fry (1907-1967) Jo

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Yippee-ki-yay . . . Discover the explosive story behind the creation of the Die Hard saga in this visually stunning, behind-the-scenes look at the adventures of detective John McClane. Thirty years after the release of the groundbreaking action film, Die Hard: The Ultimate Visual History takes an in-depth look at the entire

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October 14th, 2018

Startups have to juggle a lot. A lot. So picking their battles — or applications as it were — is an important part of deciding how they’re going to spend their time. And in my opinion, if you’re a founder who identifies as a woman, person of color, or LGBTQ, you’d be smart to spend

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Professor cat helps with the grading

Ozymandias is very helpful

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Things to Do Monday!

6 Things to Do for Oct 15 by Mercury Things to Do Staff

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Saw this pair when up trapping kittens in Sodaville. The weather?  Raining Leaves!  The mournful sound you hear part way through is probably just a lonely Big Foot.  We get that here in Oregon. Just some leaves floating on the river. Please send toilet paper!  I'm out.

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Randy Brown is an American retired mailman who took these cool pics of his beautiful wife named Linda 'Cazeau' Brown in the 1970s.“I married 46 years to Linda, a great beautiful wife. We live in Elyria, Ohio for the most of our lives. I'm a retired p

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We live in a world where boys get everything and girls are left with the crumbs. Why can't the boy's mom realize that and give us this girls-only time?

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Davis Graveyard, run by Jeff and Chris Davis. is likely one of the most elaborate Halloween yard displays (they will tell you that it is not a haunted house). The ... Read More...A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Dav

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Air Duct Cleaning speeds up the whole process of eliminating the dust which is often kicked up during a time in which you are remodeling or doing any type of contractor work at home. After a home remodeling project progressively more people often call a local air duct cleaning company to clean their air ducts […]

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Marketing goals can be defined by taking into consideration your fundamental business goals. Increasing revenue on the web is the best goal of just about every business leveraging digital channels to improve its bottom line. It is essential to have pertinent tools in place to be able to measure the strength of marketing1

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When I arrived I opened the freezer door and there was massive frost build-up on the back panel inside the freezer. I Unplugged the refrigerator from the wall outlet, then I got my heat gun and started defrosting it, then I removed the back panel inside the freezer and continued defrosting the evaporator coil. I […]

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I've been frustrated lately with the quality and quantity of my work. I haven't produced as much here at Get Rich Slowly as I would like — due largely to Fincon and its aftermath (calls and meetings, calls and meetings) — and what work I have produced isn't as good as I would like. This […] The p

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With the No. 15 pick, Bleacher Report’s Jonathan Wasserman sends Maryland freshman big man Jalen Smith to Portland. In another

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(Photos by Nancy Ellen Row Rawley) * Debut! The first book from author Molly Brooks, “Sanity & Tallulah” (Disney-Hyperion, 2018, ages 8-12, 240 pages, $12.99). Geeky-smart girl scientists Sanity Jones and Tallulah Vega run the show in this brand-new graphic novel. They live in a beat-up space station on Wilnick, wi

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Many of us check the expiration date before we buy perishable goods—eggs included—but there's another subtle code on your egg carton that often goes unnoticed. Next to the expiration date is a three-digit code, which actually represents a date in...

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Morris feels like he should be ranked higher than Aminu, he tells Jay King of The Athletic.

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The second-year big man is adjusting without the veteran by his side, Dwight Jaynes of NBC Sports Northwest relays.

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The week's highlights include "The Conners," the rebooted version of the "Roseanne" revival, which returns sans Roseanne Barr; Nathan Fillion in "The Rookie"; and Season 2 of Netflix's "Making a Murderer."

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The original recipe I found for this called for fresh ahi tuna – always a favorite; for something a little different, go the route I did: try wild albacore instead. I was able to buy a whol

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by Anonymous You at sound oh so HIGH and MIGHTY with your voice in my head and the hostages that you keep under lock and key! Do that or else, don't do that or else, either way the proverbial Catch-22. Me? You know everything that I do. I AM A BIONIC HEARING AND SEEING DEVICE

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Choose smaller seafood that are on the lower end of the food chain, for example clams, oysters,

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In the words of the lesbian poet and scholar Judy Grahn, Halloween is ‘the great gay holiday’.Before Halloween existed, the night before All Hallows Day (All Saints Day), was linked to the ancient Celtic festival ‘Samhain’ in the British Isles, meaning ‘summer’s end’.And because the celebration

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The month of October is a month of value-oriented meals throughout Vancouver, Washington. Portland’s suburb to the north will put the spotlight on its active restaurant scene when Visit Vancouver USA presents Dine the Couve, aka Vancouver Dining Month. Through the end of October, 31 restaurants in and around Vancouver wil

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In the debate between whether to eat fish grown and harvested in wild waters or those raised on “farms,” there is little contest. Wild fish are both health

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I want to draw your attention to two meanings in the words that repeat in the title of this post. The English language meaning of kinder.  And then kinder as in the German word for children.Why?Consider

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The 2018 hoops season is almost here. Pac-12 Basketball Media Days kicked off earlier this week and several outlets are turning

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