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Milos George is a writer/editor and activist who has vowed to wipe out the disease Endemic Treponematosis within his lifetime. To raise awareness of ET, Mr. George has vowed to create one panel a day of his photocomic/monkey suicide note The Last Road Home, for the rest of his life.

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Alsways funny. I bought a child book for my host, reread but didn't but didn't buy the Natlamp 1964 Yearbook but did get yet another Chai for myself. (sent from the bus back, which had no obnoxious old women who hector you while their horrible little dogs literally shit on them.)
19th Sep 2007, 01:49   comments (1)


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No visit to Portland is complete without having your local pals baffle you with three different but correct ways to walk from their place to Powells megastore a few blocks away.
19th Sep 2007, 01:17   comments (0)

Lunch with Lieber and Parker

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A house near the bus stop, INSERT OREGON TRAIL GAME JOKE HERE, and lunch at a cafe that makes comfort food your mama made you -- an excellent cinnamon chai latte, a fine Mexican chopped-chicken torilla salad and a soul-foody biscuit. All good, despite my mother not being a Mexican hippie from Memphis.
19th Sep 2007, 01:15   comments (0)

Picking up some odds & ends for dinner at New Seasons

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The Fruit-Loop donut was not an odd nor end.
18th Sep 2007, 01:05   comments (0)

It's "bass sill"

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Basil is ancient, deaf, skin & bones and yet still a charmer -- albeit a very loud, slow-moving one.
18th Sep 2007, 00:58   comments (1)

Dropping Mr. D off at school

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I like trees that appear to have worts. The other two are from a grocery trip to Fred Meyer, TraderJoe's and Limbo (where these are from).
18th Sep 2007, 00:55   comments (0)

Why the dot-com boom busted, reason #1597634

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Why would a purely online business maintain a brick & mortar location on a fairly major street? I like that the sheet has a marker-scrawled message on the other side -- classy. The first photo is of a full-size, old-school phone booth I admired before happening across the abebooks non-shop facade.
17th Sep 2007, 03:15   comments (0)

They have a laminated WET PAINT sign?

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Plus cake.
17th Sep 2007, 02:52   comments (0)