35 Burst results for "Portland"
Bucks pull away in second half to beat Trail Blazers
"The box took control in the third quarter and they beat the blazers who played without Damian Lillard their best player One 19 one 11 bucks they used 37 points from Jana sander cupo and pulled away from a two point halftime lead Out of the kupo had 19 third quarter points mostly on hard drives to the basket When they get hit I feel like I'm part of the game I feel like the game I'm lucky now making plays and being aggressive And for any simons led Portland with 29 points the blazers have lost three straight Check Freeman Milwaukee
Caller Vocalizes Their Right to Ask Questions About Elections
"I agree with everything you said about the elections I've been watching them since 1976. The day the night of the election when they shut down in Atlanta and they sat down in Pennsylvania and a lot of my talk at night our time. I knew there was something wrong. But I have a right to feel that way. I have a right and I'm so sick and I'm so fed up with this empty suit of a president telling me I'm a semi fascist. I am a middle aged soon to be older, woman who's just trying to do right. Right. And she writes in this world. And I am so set up with the gaslighting. I'm so set up with January 6th. I think it was Andrea Mitchell. I think maybe last Sunday, I saw snippets goes on CSN BC, watch this quote. Well, this talk Pelosi thing happened because of January 6th. Oh my God, you guys grow up. Do you remember what happened the summer of 2020? Do you know what they did to our city in Minneapolis? I won't go in Minneapolis anymore. I used to work there. I am career there. I was there all the time. I won't step foot in it. And I tell everybody not to go there. And then a woman who is going to do a convention there. I don't go to Minneapolis. Right. Hey, Julie, can I say something about what you pointed out about Andrea Mitchell trying to connect the Pelosi attack to January 6th? Forget Andrea Mitchell. You know who did it last night? Joe Biden. The president of the United States. It's hard. What about connecting January 6th to the summer of 2020? Doesn't anybody understand that maybe those people who were in D.C. were so frustrated watching what happened in Minneapolis and in DCD for that and in Portland and in Seattle and nobody talks about that. What about how they must have been feeling? Watching this happen to our country and our quote great leaders who love to gaslight us. And yet everything's about January 6th.
Cities seek to control camping amid growing homeless crisis
"Portland Oregon city council plans to vote today on whether to restrict homeless encampments to certain areas the proposal calls for the creation of at least three large designated campsites for the homeless and to ban the rest of the roughly 700 encampments that are currently scattered across the city more than 3000 people in Portland are without shelter that's a 50% jump from 2019 The plan was unveiled last month by Portland mayor Ted Wheeler who said the homeless should be located closer to the services they need and he calls the homeless crisis in the city a human catastrophe opponents of the plan say camping restrictions effectively criminalize homelessness and fail to address its root causes I'm dawn of water
"portland" Discussed on The Lead
"Portland goes celebrate this night belonged to the Barnes as Portland. Once again rise to the top of the national women's soccer league winning their record third, NWSL championship. This past weekend, the Portland thorns once again showed that they are the toast of the NWSL. But what made this achievement even more remarkable is the fact that it came less than a month after the release of a bombshell report. Heartbreaking and deeply troubling. That is what the U.S. soccer president is calling the findings of an independent investigation that reveals systemic abuse and misconduct by coaches in the top tier of women's professional soccer. Former acting attorney general Sally Q Yates led the independent investigation, which interviewed more than 200 people and found the national women's soccer league under the U.S. soccer federation failed to provide a safe environment for players. Today, the athletics Meg lenahan, who's reporting helped trigger that investigation, joins us to discuss the reports deeply disturbing findings. And how the players were ultimately able to reclaim the narrative on championship weekend. No one was ignoring it because I think it's impossible to ignore at this point, but the heart and soul of this weekend really turned into the players themselves and this game. From what I'm under skeletal, it's Wednesday, November 2nd, and this is the lead. Michelin, welcome back to the lead. Hello, I am sleep deprived, but also very happy to be here. I can identify with that. All right, well, I actually want to start this episode two weekends ago. The Portland thorns played the San Diego wave in what I would describe as completely wild semifinal game. Can you just help us relive some of that game for a minute? Yeah, I mean, all of these semifinals, the quarter finals week before it has just been honestly on the field and amazing and the BSL season. So Portland thorns finish second in the league by a single point on the final weekends. Of the regular season, setting up this matchup, which turned out to be San Diego waves. I was as we get started from Providence park. So you've got Alex Morgan on the field. You've got goalkeeper of the air kale and Sheridan on the field for San Diego. And San Diego goes up early. Morgan with that left foot cornea. San Diego scores. Taylor cornea with a goal set up by Alex Morgan Wright, like the exact thing that anybody who's been watching the end of his cell knows, those are the two names, but Portland gets this most beautiful equalizer from Raquel
Arizona AG Nominee Abe Hamadeh Discusses Cash Bail
"Play a piece of tape here. And this is about Illinois. It's not about Arizona, but it's about what will happen if we allow Democrat AGs and these maniacs to get into power. It's a clip of Joe Rogan discussing the elimination of cash bail, play cut 35. They're essentially eliminating cash bail for almost everything dangerous. The law includes secondary murder, arson, so you let a guy's house on fire, get right out of jail. Drug induced homicide, robbery, kidnapping, aggravated battery, burglary, intimidation, aggravated driving under the influence, fleeing and alluding drug offenses and threatening a public official. No bail. No bail. Now, I'm not saying that's happening in Arizona tomorrow, but it is a theme, isn't it Abe if we let down our guard, we allow people like Hayes and these marxists to take over all of a sudden you get ideas like that. Absolutely. And we already have one at DA George Soros prosecutor here in pima county actually down in Tucson. And that's exactly the policies that they're implementing so quickly. There's also very important county attorney race America county. I encourage every Republican to vote for Rachel Mitchell because her opponent Julie gungal would bring those type of views and same with my opponent Chris mace, but look at every single city that's implemented ending cash bail Charlie. It's literally turned those cities into less safe. A lot less safe and what you're seeing right now is it turns them into Gotham and chaos and misery. So New York, Portland, San Francisco, every single city that's actually implemented these policies have turned them to hell holes. So I don't know why Illinois wants to bring that on, but you know, I think this is exactly why there's going to be a huge push on November 8th. Look at even new yorks and play Charlie. I just saw that poll at Trafalgar poll today that actually had Lee zeldin up. And if you're looking at penry, Michael Henry, he's running against letitia James, you know, who's a crooked attorney general in New York. I mean, he's, he's right on the cusp. I'm hoping they have a red wave in New York all across the country. We need to elect Republicans up and down the ballot.
Report shows feds gathered intel on Portland protesters
"An internal review by the Department of Homeland Security shows DHS officials under then president Trump compiled dossiers on people arrested in 2020 at Black Lives Matter protest in Portland Oregon I Norman hall According to the redacted 76 page internal review the office of intelligence and analysis deployed militarized agents against people protesting police abuses in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd according to the report some DHS analysts voiced concerns over the legality of collecting intelligence on protesters the rested foreign fractions having little or no connection to domestic terrorism Some employees reportedly refused to participate Oregon senator Ron wyden who obtained the report says political DHS officials spied on oregonians exercising First Amendment rights and justified it with conspiracy theories I Norman hall
"portland" Discussed on Another Mother Runner
"Oh, okay. All right. All right. 'cause I don't really want to do that. I mean, I'll get a jack-o'-lantern, but the squirrels eat them. So then, but I'm like, how do I besides turning on my lights? 'cause my neighbors are very into it. And I just don't want to have that stuff. And we live in a half the people who live in the neighborhood are grown ups, and then the other half are college students. So it's a weird one's coming for a big weird, and it's at the top of a hill. So yeah, yeah, yeah. Molly. Well, Sarah and I live in Halloween central. We get so many trick or treaters. I don't do any of it. My husband does it all, and he does a great job. Yeah, exactly. And they sit out in their front yard. They have the fire like a movable fire pit. I take credit for it. Yeah. But I don't do it. Yes. Yeah. So I talked about it on the last podcast with Katie and Jack puts up the massive spider web and a ghost and chains and all that type of stuff. And then I just got a bunch of pumpkins and gourds that I'm quite proud of this year. And then I feel like I need a couple more gourds that I'm like, I spent on a $40 on that stuff. I'm like, that's enough money toward that. But it's too holidays. You get Thanksgiving. You just keep it out, yeah. Of course, keep going. And he supposedly already bought the candy. So we're good to go. Sweet, sweet. Yeah. Sounds great. Well, thanks, you guys. Thank you. Oh, I was going to say, I don't know who exactly to credit to our podcast today was produced. I'm going to get both credit. In Portland, Oregon by Alex word of sounds like pictures and to Barry med from fire on the bluff in St. Paul, Minnesota. Thank you very much. What else do we say, Sarah, anything? Many happy miles.
"portland" Discussed on Another Mother Runner
"So all right, but we're starting with one that actually I cribbed it from, I believe it was Elizabeth Gilbert, but I think it was Elizabeth Gilbert. She went on a book tour, and she was going kind of around the world. It wasn't. What was the novel that she wrote recently? Does anyone know? Beauty of small things or something. You talk about that one, or the more the more recent one, I don't know the name of that novel. Anyway, what was it called? There you go. So I remember her talking about it. I was listening to an interview with her. And so everybody that she came in contact with, she asked them what is bringing you joy. Instead of like, how are you? Because it's a nice conversation starter. Like the person who carried her the bell men who carried her bags to her hotel room, I remember in London, like his sister was getting married, and they had this awesome conversation about it. So that is our question right now. Instead of how are you? Adrian, what is you bringing you joy right now? So I heard you guys doing the speed round and I knew that this was going to be part of the podcast. So I made a point of not listening to any of the questions so that they would all be a surprise. And now I'm regretting that. The whole lot. What is bringing me joy? Well, I mean, the cliche answer is this is bringing me joy. This room full of people here. But I'm not going to say that because that's a little too heartfelt for me. So let us bring me joy. Some of you know that I have spent my summer working as a historic interpreter, I spend my day in 18th century garb. Which is fine in October. It's horrible in July. And it really is bringing me joy and I did not expect to hit my 50s and go, yes, I would like to spend 8 hours a day weaving and talking about weaving and wearing four petticoats. So who knew? Who knew? Yeah. No corsets. It's a long story. Yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. All right, Sarah, what's bringing you joy? Oh, skip over Molly? I'm gonna go to you next. Okay. I think everybody in this room knows what's bringing me joy these days, it's pickleball. And it just never gets old. I mean, I play on Saturday and Sunday and you'd think like, oh, would have had enough of it yesterday. Nope. All new all new. Now, do you do know that there is a cliche about people who play pickleball can't talk about anything but playing pickleball. Yeah, sure. Okay, all right. Just pointing that out. Just pointing that out. All right, Molly, what's bringing you joy? She does love pickleball. That's true.
"portland" Discussed on Another Mother Runner
"And Molly Williams. And a room full of women at our Portland retreat and my husband Jack and augie. Yeah, it should be noted that augie gets the biggest cheers. Anything for legged. That doesn't talk back to us. We're all about it. We love us. Do you love us? Okay, good. It's a toss up between whether augie or the other a in the room, Alex, the. Yeah,
Dog Fine Dining-Dog menu intro and wrap
"A fine dining experience is opened in San Francisco for dogs Chef and owner rami monster weighs restaurant dog has menu items like steak tartare with quail eggs and French pastries There's a lot of technique there's a lot of method and detail to what we do Our pastries for example take about two days on average to make I know they're going to be eaten in two seconds It caters to hungry dogs and for the owners who want to spoil them like Letty Espinosa I wanted to celebrate he's so special to me He's my Portland child For $75 per pup Furry diners get a multiple course Bone Appetit meal Human customers get them mimosa and this isn't junk food for dogs Certified organic certified humane you know the nutritional aspect is the big picture Some critics have expressed outrage over the menu prices for pampered pets pointing out income inequality Gentrification and homelessness in San Francisco I'm Ed Donahue
Dinesh D'Souza: Responding to '2,000 Mules' Critics
"How do you refute the critics I know you and I have discussed this before but given that they really panicked about this and I haven't seen a full throated a 30 front war against a movie about election fraud or a book or a research project like they came out against 2000 meals They've resorted to a lot of personal attacks against you against Greg against Catherine I think it's because they're frightened about what you guys uncovered but one of the things I get often about 2000 mules from lefties is you know they cell phone data is just not accurate You can't tell that a mule was going to a ballot box in contrast to just driving by one which let me just say before you answered dinesh I find interesting because the left wanted to squelch the same cell phone data because they were afraid that people on the right would monitor who went to abortion clinics which I find weird If the date is not accurate it's not accurate So how do you respond to that criticism Well it was particularly astounding coming from Bill Barr I mean it's one thing if you get it from the fact checker at AP who's 20 something graduate from Portland state doesn't know anything about geo tracking doesn't know anything about election law But here you have Bill Barr He's been head of the DoJ And as you know the DoJ uses cell phone geo tracking every single day I mean they found Mike lindell in the drive in and hardee How do they know he was there They're tracking his phone So they were able to pinpoint his location FBI come up take his phone but he was located through cell phone geo tracking It's used by this it's used by multiple agencies of the government So it is again applying this general principle It is regarded as accurate in every single context except one and that is ballot trafficking
As electric vehicles become more popular, home renters face a charging dilemma
"The soaring popularity of electric vehicles is creating the dilemma of how to charge them It's a lot more difficult for apartment renters who don't have private garages to charge their electric vehicles Rebecca dewitt lives in Portland Oregon We're not supposed to park in our driveway but the only way that we can charge more safely is to use a shorter extension cord that's thicker gauge Another option is to wait in line at public charging stations It's what Stephanie Terrell does I was really worried I wasn't gonna make it but luckily I made it here but now I just had to wait a couple hours to even use it 'cause I can't go any further I mean Nani with the city of Los Angeles has renters and others who need their cars charged are getting more options We're installing level
White House Begged El Paso Not to Declare Illegal Alien Emergency
"Three of the 8 El Paso city council members have already asked leisure to make an emergency declaration. This week, the Biden administration, which has faced enormous political pressure over their two year crisis, announced a combined border operation with Mexico. That operation involves increased checkpoints and more resources to handle the migrant surge. El Paso has launched a new migrant data data dashboard to give a glimpse into the extraordinary numbers the border city is seeing as part of the ongoing migrant crisis racking the southwest border. And they go on from there. But according to the data, I just want you to hear these numbers and you think about this. You people are Gainesville, Georgia, you people, and bartlesville, Oklahoma. You good people in Portland, Maine. I want you to hear this. According to the data. The numbers went from less than 1700 releases per week into the city. That was during the summer, to over 60 800 just last week. The numbers of illegals and border patrol custody has also jumped from fewer than 3000 to over 4500. And here's the money, here's the money nugget. The data shows there are more than 1000 illegals being released into the community every day. Every day. And the city is providing more than 900 meals a day to Hungary illegals. And again, Fox News calls the migrants. They're not migrants Fox News. They're illegal aliens. But I know they're not allowed to say that over at Fox News anymore apparently. So what's going on here? It's very clear to me that Biden administration is putting optics ahead of public safety. We're dealing with some very bad criminals. We're dealing with murderers with robbers, thieves, rapists, you name it, coming across that border.
The Disturbing New Theme of Democrats Refusing to Debate
"This disturbing theme we've been hitting it and I don't even have an exhaustive list here of Democrats that are refusing to debate their Republican counterparts, carry Lake with Katie Hobbs, Shapiro of mastriano, fetterman with Oz, he won't debate until a later date, zeldin with hoku, the new model of quote unquote, democracy is so oligarchic. And Madison warned about this in the federalist papers because every time democracy is actually mentioned in the federalist that's actually mentioned negatively, the word democracy does not show up in the Declaration of Independence, doesn't show up in the constitution. It does a couple mentions in the federalist papers, but only negatively, not positively. And this kind of new model of democracy, if you will, or this kind of new blueprint is answer zero adversarial questions, do a bunch of fundraisers from a bunch of very wealthy, woke, white, miserable people with more money than anything, but very little joy and happiness. A lot of them live in Silicon Valley, live in Seattle. They live in Portland, they live in D.C., they live in Boston, they live in New York, very wealthy, high paying tech jobs, unfulfilled lives, and then these candidates just kind of hide at home and they don't debate. It's deeply disturbing. It is unsustainable. If you have an entire American political party that basically says we don't do debates anymore. I don't care what your position is. That is an oligarchy.
Denise Quinn: How Bad Things Are in Oregon
"Bad are things in Oregon that a Republican could actually get elected to the highest office in the state? Well, you know, Portland has made the news for the past couple of years. I mean, even starting all the way back and sort of the occupy movement Portland's gone kind of crazy. Portland is so bad now and it sort of trickling into that whole high 5 corridor with Salem as, you know, we're seeing it in Salem and people just don't feel safe in Oregon. We talked to listeners all the time and our social media. There's just a general feeling of unease, gun violence is up. I mean, murder is in Portland or up. And these are things that aren't part of the issues. And I think that's why the Dresden campaign is resonating out there because that's what she's focusing on are those sort of kitchen table family issues where the other side, the Democrats are talking about abortion.
Rep. Guy Reschenthaler: Crime Rose When Democrats Defunded the Police
"Here is congressman guy Russian thaler talking about how many police officers they want to put on the streets. In Pittsburgh, you have roughly a one in a 130 5 chance of getting killed downtown. This is a mess. But we ought to look at what got us here. And I can tell you, it's defunding the police. And it's amazing that in 2020, that whole summer, and then in 2021, we were told that we needed a defund the police, the police were the problem. So the Democrats did that. They defunded the police. You look at New York City. They cut a $1 billion, not a million, a billion with a B, a $1 billion from their police budget, crime rates soared. LA cut money. Seattle, Portland. All of these municipalities, all these cities, cut their police budget, reduce the amount of police on the street and crime rate went up as the funds went down. So one thing we have to do and what's in the commitment to America is we want to make sure that we fund police that we add 200,000 police officers to the streets to make sure that crime is coming down. All right,
Democrats Embrace 'Harm Reduction,' Still Promoting Drug Use
"Something we can do right now is end this drug permissive culture As a result of the decriminalization Because as much as research shows that the availability of naloxone will save lives that's true Research also shows that you can't die from an overdose and you don't even need naloxone if you're not taking the drugs to begin with whether it's fentanyl heroin meth whatever it is But Democrats have embraced a very specific strategies called harm reduction And maybe you've heard that term before Again if you watch me on Fox News I talk about this all the time Harm reduction You see they don't want to stop people from using drugs because if you're telling them that what they're doing is bad that is judging them and that would be stigmatizing and you're not supposed to stigmatize drug addicts which is of course an absurd position I think we should absolutely stigmatize addicts If that stigmatization actually leads to them getting clean and not dying of an overdose something tells me once they are sober they'll thank us for stigmatizing them But Democrats don't want to do that And so they make something that's dangerous quote unquote safer except it's not really safer we hand out needles as much as we hand out Narcan which is one of the drugs for naloxone In Washington state for example we are told that we should expect to see someone who's overdosing on fentanyl We should expect it We should order naloxone from the county from the state they'll ship it to us always have it on you In case someone is overdosing In Tacoma Washington We're getting Narcan vending machines They already exist in Portland I think they exist already in parts of Los Angeles or maybe it's San Francisco But you have Narcan vending machine machines Naloxone vending machines And it's being pushed at least locally here in Washington by the Tacoma needle exchange
How Harry Mack Got the Confidence to Rap
"How do you create confidence when doing yourself to do something that maybe you weren't supposed to be doing freestyle rapping, right? And to do this in public for strangers a lot. Like how do you get the confidence, which I think is one of the key things that a lot of people are missing in life in general. Yeah. On how to have confidence to ask someone out on a date or to go for the career they want, but public speaking was the biggest fear for me growing up. And you kind of have to do this to express your talent. How did you learn how to overcome the fear of humiliation, embarrassment, looking silly messing up and gain that confidence? Man, that's a great question. I think one of the most important things for me is confidence comes through experience. And I'm lucky in that I've been performing since I was a little kid. I start my first instrument was the violin. I started playing when I was 7 years old. And I always remember my first violin recital. And the reason I'll always remember it is because I didn't play because instead I just cried. Oh my entire time. Because I was so scared. How many people were there? Oh, all the parents and some grandparents and aunts and uncles in 50 or a hundred people. Yeah, 50 hours in a school recital, was it? It was this place called the community music center in Portland where I'm from. So that's where I took violin lessons and so the teacher would put on a recital for all the students. And the first time you didn't play anything, you just stood there and cried. That was my first public performance opportunity. I cried the whole time. I didn't even actually make it onto the stage. I just sat with my parents and cried. And the teacher kind of looked over and was like, it's not gonna happen right in my parents like, yeah, it's probably not gonna happen. This guy won't stop crying. So I say that just to say that I wasn't some kind of born performer. The confidence that I have now wasn't gifted to me at birth by a long shot. It's something that I've worked through over time and something that I still actually have to a large degree when I perform today, I still get nervous before I go out on stage. Oh, definitely.
Professor Bruce Gilley on the Legacy of the British Empire
"Is a almost an incantation that exists on these campuses. Berkeley, I know that you're at Portland state, wherever I speak, they will always revert back to colonialist rule and the massacring of indigenous people, that is not the case of the British Empire. They might be conflating it with other empires. Maybe conquests or attempts of the Portuguese or the Spanish. But the British were very benign. In fact, they did everything they possibly could to institute the rule of law, habeas corpus, respect for the individual. Tell our audience about the legacy that the British Empire left and really helped develop the modern world as we know it. Yeah, so I mean, on the other question of violence, of course, what they do is they say, well, any form of colonialism is itself evil. Therefore, every time a British policeman in Kenya arrests a thief, that's genocidal because that's violence, right? So they don't make a distinction between justified and legitimate use of force like with a police or counter terrorist operations, which the British had a lot of, they had a lot of that because there were a lot of elite traditionalists who like to engage in slave rating and plundering and enslavement of others like the tribes and they didn't like the fact that the British imposed this civic institutions on these places because it basically deprived them of their traditional prerogatives. So what the British did in these places was not only create the civic institutions, the rule of law, the property rights that equal access to the political system, the expansion of rights, especially for minorities in women, right? They were the big beneficiaries here. But at a more fundamental level, the British created these nations. So when people say they colonized us, it's a joke because there was no us until the British came. There were a bunch of Internet signed slaving feuds going on, or you were actually in the hands of another alien empire that wasn't the white man, but it was much worse. So
Citizens for Sanity Releases Ad, Describing Rise in Crime
"Here it is. For nearly 30 years, crime was falling in the United States. No more. The national murder rate is at its highest in 25 years. Oh my God. The result of far left policies that leave innocent Americans at the mercy of violent criminals you've seen the images, subway riders pushed on tracks by the violently deranged. Storm rerouted in broad daylight, elderly women viciously beaten on the street outside their homes. Gang shootings turning cities in a war zone. Hardened criminals rampaging without fear, no fear of arrest, no fear of prosecution. No fear of jail, no freer of any consequence at all. Instead, you are made to live in fear. Woke progressive prosecutors are releasing dangerous predators before trial. Woke far left politicians have allowed our streets and parks to be overrun with crime and drug. Police have been made into the enemy and the criminals into a protected class. Violent crimes of 21% in Washington, D.C., 35% Chicago, 41% of New York City and murders are up 207% in Portland. Cities and chaos, billions in property damages, lives, families, destroyed. Stop the woke war on police, stop the far left assault on public safety. Stop the radical left wing love affair with criminals. Stop. Stop the incisions for sanity paid for this ad.
Jim Domen Shares His Struggle With Sexual Identity
"His name is Jim domin, the book is not a mistake, parents hope for their gay son. So you're telling us that your father loves you, you get good Christian counseling and it lays this kind of foundation. But what happens after that? So I wanted to love and be loved and God's plan wasn't going to work for me if I'm attracted to men. And so I just said, God, I've had it. I'm going to go do what I want to do. Hear me. It's all about me. I want to do this, me me me. And I chose to go into the gay lifestyle. How old were you? 23. And what triggered it, I was living in Bermuda at the time and got fired as accused of being gay. And I was a virgin, saving myself for marriage, but my boss is like, homosexuality is illegal in Bermuda, and my net worth is at stake. What? I'm firing you and you can go back to the United States. Okay, this is a crazy part of the story. We don't have time for it right now because it's so crazy, but it's in the book, not a mistake. Anyway, the bottom line is you have lived faithfully your virgin, your 23, but something about that makes you say, I've had it. I mean the ostracized for somebody I'm not. I might as well come out and do it. And this is why, because you were, you seemed effeminate. You see in other words, did they see, did you seem to them to be gay, even though you're not acting on that? Because that's a whole other conversation. But I invited I was lonely. I was living by myself, but I'm not going to move in with a girl. That wouldn't look good. Obviously. So yeah, thank you. So I invited a buddy of mine who's very good-looking handsome and then people, when my boss said, how many beds are in your apartment? I knew where this was going. I mean, so he assumed correct that something was going on. That was not going on. How bizarre. And so as a result of this, you get fired. I get fired. And but what does that do to you? Why does that turn you into the gay lifestyle away from God? Because I had been secretly been struggling with this internally. And then I just said, if I'm going to get ostracized, then I might as well do it. Right. And I came out in Portland, Oregon, shortly thereafter.
Bar for just women's sports are popping up
"Jenny Nguyen in Portland Oregon has had that feeling She wants to see a women's sporting event When you walk into your traditional sports bar and there's this maybe not I mean it goes anywhere between uncomfortable to unsafe So Nguyen opened the sports bra They only play women's sports Justine kills the as a fan of the Portland thorns women's soccer team You get bumped all the time for whatever men's game happens to be playing And it's just so amazing to have a place that actually prioritizes women's professional sport the way it should be No one thought the sports bra idea would be a joke It was quickly erased by the big crowds that lined up outside the door each day I would say one of the most difficult parts of what we do here is finding women's sports to show on TV And when estimates roughly a quarter of the clientele is men and there are plans for a similar bar to open in Seattle I'm Ed Donahue
"portland" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast
"In after you said you were in eureka for awhile after phoenix. Yeah and then. I guess at some point you move to portland. I moved to seattle. I for about a year at their. I hung out at a bar called neighbors and then there was another bar that was like Across the alley from them called the the brass store and i hung out at those places and might at the time. I was a young and pretty and My my objective was to go in there and and pick a time of night which is usually around eleven thirty or twelve and welcome to who i thought was the finance room and ask them to dance. And that's how i met. Friends in seattle was only there for a year during the whole year. That i was there. Never took comedy dick not the whole year. Wow yeah but don't think enough reason his l to move to portland portland note when an portland. This is like thirty five years ago. It was like i didn't have culture shock. I mean literally. I was here for about twenty minutes and i like i was at home. Portland's beat the same speed as mine. Does that's what. I figured out in efforts on some good stories about some of the bars in portland. One of the ones that you mentioned Was a bar called embers. it's according to. My research was also known as embers avenue. Yes and it had quite a long history in portland. It i think it opened in the late sixties and didn't close until about four or five years ago. That's right it was there for quite a while. Comic bar during that time Art it was definitely the hub the main hub of gay life in portland. That was Drag queen barnes fronts and then there was a full on disco in the back and it did have an upstairs which was used sometimes for special events but they were kind of nervous about when people up there because they were afraid that floor would get way it never did. Thank god but Yeah it was. It was pretty much the the hub of a gay social life in portland for what thirty something.
"portland" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest
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"portland" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest
"Who's a successful writer. Whatever he writes well it affects reality and in particular police one in portland oregon and detective. Amy alley why because he stolen evil skull from a witch who will do anything to get it back including murder. His latest writings about vampires have infested police. One amy allie and her friend billy. Sloan of walked into that station of barely survived. And that's where part six except. Amy alligators swat leader. A mock wave and lead billy back to the front desk but there were no internal affair agents waiting. Do you think they changed their minds. Not a chance. There like bloodhounds. Once they get a sent they never stop. I think if we went back to the swat captain he wouldn't remember saying anything about the ira agents. Allie said. and then turn to face. Billy i think whatever happened to be before is happening again. We need to get to an environment. That is familiar. How far do apartment across town. South goalie guided the euro through traffic to a modest townhouse into the parking lot. Alec pounded honor. Thi- number three park number three. The two women took their leathers and helmets into the trunk of the sidecar than billy followed alley up the steps onto a small porch. Everything seems normal. Alley nodded inserted. The key opened the door so far so good. They walked into the kitchen where she put on a pot of coffee. A little caffeine makes me think better. Now what are your thoughts on this. Which person i don't know it's just. She's the only factor connecting you and rip. Yeah what about. Rick kendall an officer kramer what fuck was at all about. Go walk to the sink and poured to mugs of coffee here clearly mind. She sat across mali and watched her sip. Hot brew. okay we've established from rick's singed hair and your tiger balm that what you guys experienced was real if the ira agents that were supposed to be there at the front desk warrant.
"portland" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest
"Don't know what you're talking about. But i've got to take a leak. So why don't you just think about things until i get back alley watched your partner walked down. The haul glanced around the empty room followed when she entered the men's room or tease was at the sink washing his hands and she suddenly felt an attraction for her partner. She knew the didn't exist ortiz to turn to the sound of someone coming through the door. What the hell are you doing ali. I you're asking me about some homicide that doesn't exist and then you fall into the men's room. He walked forward hand extended. Are you all right. Let's get you back to your desk. Alley began to backpedal. I'm fine police. Captain tony kindle pushed the door open to come in. He just missed her. Hey you to everything alright. She spun on the captain. No as a matter of fact. I've lost track of homicide assignment. He loved from heard ortiz. What am i missing for. Two shook his head nothing. But i think it needs a little time off. Allie sat in the living room. Mover tiny apartment. She couldn't believe that kindle put on administrative leave and that she'd need a psych evaluation before she could return to work that son of a bitch ortiz. Instead of having my back he had built kindles head with bullshit. She stormed out. Her front door walked to the end of carport or leathers. Whether helmet under one arm and climbed on the kawasaki one thousand but didn't fire it up. She wasn't sure she should be writing her present state of mind. Whatever that was she was angry because ortiz accusations of acting crazy might be true when she got to the barn and founded intact. She thought the captain kindle. It's simply made a mistake with his assignment but when she returned to the morgue and the burned bodies of the twins were gone and the medical examiner had no such body or memory of her visit. She began to feel that it was her. She begun to doubt her sanity. When ortez had no memory of the assignment nor kindle now she was on paid leave of absence she pulled on her helm tighten the chinstrap crisis starter but shifted down slowly doubted traffic. Her mind seemed to clear she. Mirrors with cars and trucks were jockeying for position as they made their way home. Her quick reflexes came into play a dozen times. She worked away through evening traffic across portland and finally out of town. She rolled on rural route. Twenty twenty-eight lopin up to eighty miles an hour until she reach out skirts of moss spray and cutter speed to twenty. The town had a population of just over two thousand. Was the home of best girlfriend. Billy sloan. she pulled into the driveway. Hope to kick stand with her foot and lifted elect back over the seat. Pull off her helmet and shook out. Her hair grudge door was open and she could see the russian euro sidecar rig so she knew was home. She stepped onto the dark porch in the light. Came on the door open. Well what brings the law to my door. I need a near of of a reporter. Who specializes in supernatural. You still working for their election. The two women embraced. i'm just between stories. Police said step back. Wow i feel a little tension. There bad day alley followed her under the entry way home on administrative leave. Billy laughed took. Her hand pulled her friend into the kitchen. Then let go walked over to the counter..
"portland" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest
"This week the portland. Which have you been following. Have you determined that sense jerry. Stolen evil skull from the witch that everything he types as affecting reality is affecting a detective amy alley and part one. We found that twins had been continent burning barn and alley had been assigned to go to the morgue and talk to the medical examiner at her partners waiting for her at the barn in part two. We start off with amy alley leaving the morgue. She was stunned at the sight of the burned bodies of the two children. She climbed her the cruiser. Just sat before calling in chief drove out to the dean property working to get the image of the child's hand and wrist out of her mind and wondered how much detail the parents of the twins would be told. She bumped along the road that led to the old dean acreage. She had been out this way in a long time and didn't remember it being so far out of town about the time. She was beginning to think that she had taken a wrong turn. She rounded a corner brought the cruiser to a skidding halt. It took a minute for the dust to settle but it was evident. The old barn hasn't burned it all hadn't burned to the ground. She got out and walked up to the faded red barn and slap the rough-hew planks that made up the sides. Just to be sure that she wasn't imagining things. Then she remembered that she was supposed to be ortiz. there was no sign of reporter or is car. She called out a couple of times but there was no response. She walked back to the car feeling like she had missed something. And around there meeting with kindle around it or head till she had picked apart every detail it could only have been some kind of a mix up. Maybe ortiz was waiting for her at the morgue. She drove back to town. She walked down the hall. Push through the double wide door to the morgue..
"portland" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest
"He made it a cold case. Brought back to the fore. When the fire department discovered the body so the twins and the burned out remainder of the part he pounded out of thousand words in our was deep into the details of why dean was really killed what the twins found and who set the barn on fire. He was pleased with the mystery. And how shipping up and decided to begin work on a detective that would make discoveries female somewhat exotic there was visit to the more than the discovery of gold in one of the twins hands when the screen went black. He reluctantly stopped. Stopped away from the computer. This was his cue to break away fix dinner split pea soup with ham chips on the side sat on the tv trae on untouched jesse was slouched into his win. Gut chair one. Hand pressed to his lips k. Apr reporter rick. Paris was doing a follow up on the early morning fire in what had been called wicca alley. The camera opened up with one voice over of some b roll of the burned out business. Which you're seeing here is burned out remnants of portland's premier store of wicca paraphernalia. A flickering candle was owned by this woman. The same picture shown in the original morning story. Fill the screen for a few seconds than head and shoulders shot of rick. Paris appeared mississauga. Stu law owner of the flickering candle was found this afternoon wandering the downtown area portland delirious clutching bookstore chest. She's totally blind. No one can figure out how she made her way to the downtown area. Tears were rolling down chuck planes cheeks as he walked across the roof for the forty four story. Wells fargo tower north. He pulled out his wallet. One at a time through six credit cards over the edge won't need this either. He said tossed his driver's license then as leather wallet over the little two foot wall impressed his hands to the side of his head and sat on top of the wall with his legs dangling into thin air. detective eddie. Ortiz.
"portland" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Portland yesterday. Conflicts between members of proud boys. And Antifa happened after the right wing. Proud boys held a rally yesterday. That brought out counter demonstrators and the two sides, among other things were exchanging paintballs bear mace and smoke devices. One witness claims that a man used a slur at a black man and then fired multiple shots in their direction. Portland police said that man has been arrested. But provided no other details and according to a number of witnesses, this is scary. Police in the area largely left the protesters and didn't intervene in any of the clashes that were taking place. Speaking of clashes, there's that country called Afghanistan. We're joined now by San Antonio. First news national correspondent Rory O Neill. A lot of places to start. Why don't we start with the most recent information? And that is that a gun battle broke out this morning at the Kabul airport, killing at least one Afghan soldier. Afghan American German soldiers were involved in exchange of fire This morning. They left one Afghan soldier dead. Three more wounded. Good morning. Good morning. We also got an update on the numbers as to how they're making progress with these evacuations. New numbers from the White House show that yesterday or as of three o'clock this morning of the 24 hour period that ended at three a.m. Eastern 25 c seventeen's in three c one thirties evacuated 10,400 people from the Kabul airport. 61 Coalition aircraft evacuated another 5900 people, so that's more than 16,000 people evacuated yesterday. Which isn't bad news when you consider that the numbers of the total amount of evacuations somewhere in the neighborhood of 30,000, and that's almost at least the third in just the last 24 hours or so. They say they've evacuated 37,000 since August. 14th. Of course, that deadline is looming. We got word from the Taliban this morning, the spokesman saying that the US would be crossing quote a red line if troops stayed in Afghanistan past the August 31st deadline. That spokesman saying if they extended, that means they're extending occupation of Afghanistan. Creating mistrust was the word he used between us. Didn't go any further on that just stopped at mistrust just stopped at mistrust. And of course, you know, these negotiations are going on a back channel. So you know what we hear from the Pentagon, even from the president is all Being said. Even while there are talks underway behind the scenes, all right, we're looking at close to 5 6000 troops at the airport, and that's American troops, thousands more from allied countries. As for people wanting to get out of the country, we know everybody wants to get out if they if they can, But how does that work with our allies? Because we know uh, you know, we're using United States aircraft to get Americans and Afghan refugees out. Uh, let's say, Germany and the UK just as an example trying to get their individuals out. Is there any kind of a system of who can come in and get out or United States have presence? How does that work? Well, you know, I think it's different when the U. S takes the eggs actions versus, say, one of our NATO allies like Germany. So over the weekend, Germany started flying in their own helicopters so that they could go out across Afghanistan. Pick up German citizens, bring them back to the airport in Kabul and then evacuate them. If the US does something like that, it takes it to a whole different level. And this is what the by the administration is trying to deal with expanding this perimeter around the airport as well. You know, when the U. S moves, it draws a lot more attention, But the French and Germans have been able to be more aggressive in going out outside the airport boundaries and getting their people and transport in the back. Biden administration only say they'll expand the airport presence. They haven't said yes or no to this idea of using other hardware to go out further to the country to rescue Americans, obviously difficult to come up with, you know a specific number. But roughly speaking, Rory how many Americans are we looking at that we need to get out? How many Afghans do we need to get out? Oh, the number of Afghan one. That's a variable figure. Even the Taliban says Hey, look, You're evacuating too many people for economic reasons not because they actually helped you with all this. So we have to find out which is which the number of Americans had been around 15,000, But we believe that coming down they're being told to stay in place right now. Don't come to the airport unless you've been specifically instructed to as they try to secure better access cleaner access point. For Americans to get to the airport. But the numbers are are fluid is politis way to say it and his dire is the entire situation is what looks to me anyways. Being the most dire is the fact that the Taliban wants us out of there by next Wednesday. Right? Yeah. Yeah, That's the difficult part, And that's why these negotiations are happening to see because the president has said repeatedly every American who wants to leave Bill gets them exactly how many Afghans now that want to leave. That's a bit more of a gray area. Certainly we're going to be leaving some Afghans behind that wish they could leave. But that's uh You know that? That's the challenge right now. Appreciate the update. San Antonio First news National correspondent Rory O Neill, Brad Sham has your Cowboys report in 10 minutes. When.
"portland" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"The pressure that we put on them by the time. I moved to portland. I was looking at different ways of interacting in the community through art in education as opposed to trying to fight these guys when i could see that violence might make him leave the media vicinity but it won't make them stop it doesn't make white supremacy end no portland's going to have to an is dealing with the questions around. What is sustainable. What's worse standing. What needs to evolve and change and grow and the diversity of means the which we create a culture of anti fascism and anti racism manziel oppression. And i think one of the things that sam of us arrive at is what it means to be anti something and then we'll what are for. How do we create something. That's not always reaction protests cultures. One thing but it's gonna wind aspect of revolutionary movement discussing abolition. Inau mainstream media. Landforms is is amazing. And i think that that's a response of not just the white radical left by of the broad base of youth of color who have been pushing the line and becoming more radical more present on the local level specifically. We get the mayor ordering police to no longer do routine. Traffic stops unless it's a life threatening issue not because we've been in the streets that's because the movement has created enough support awareness around this message that the police need to leave us.
"portland" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Wheeler asking for for more police. Is it in a response to the increase of in gun violence that the city has also seen over the past year or at least over the past several months. I think there's certainly been an increase in gun violence Since assert kobe and even right before that there was an increase in violence. There's been historic homicide rate. And so you know and this is kind of This is something that others have experienced. during cova But i think the reason had the mayor can ask for more police and not have a kind of blue. Political backlash is that there isn't the appetite that was Last year for defunding the police. You know ted wheeler without their Talking to protesters saying yeah you know. Let's let's let's the conversation and now he's saying you know. I'm fighting for more police officers in a year. He's kind of gone the other direction and there isn't You know he's not feeling. The same pressure was a year ago. Go to to to defend so like clearly The the political climate important has changed. Isn't that that is remarkable because in people might if they haven't been to portland or had heard of before they'd heard of it before the protests of last year it was sort of with the the corky portland image that the city has had a to the rest of the nation for a long time. And you're you're saying that that isn't quite rea- of reality right now. Yeah you know. The all weekly kind of described week described the best here. They talked about how that image of portland This kind of utopia for twenty to thirty. Somethings coming air. You know being a musician and working at a coffee shop and that whole portland yet. Image that that the protests twirl that down and revealed that actually portland is not as progressive as thinks it is and that for people of color here which you know this is. This is the most like the big like like..
"portland" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"Guy. In after this opera singer turns him down. He becomes a known eccentric. He is refusing to see people including medical professionals. The only person who is quote unquote allowed to see him is his valet. So he's like man servant basically he retreats to his home at well bick abby and he has to letterboxes outside of his. I guess his sweet his rooms you know and these two letterboxes are his primary means of communication with other people. While this is all happening his father passes away march. Twenty seven eighteen. Fifty four and william becomes very much nonconsensual. Early the fifth duke of portland becoming duke right you you enter into this world of privilege right. You are one of the elite of this society and you have a lot of agency to do things that the average person could not do. And so for william. When he becomes duke he gets more Gets more room socially to be even more reclusive now. He doesn't have to go do stuff you know. There's so many obligations that our fellow ridiculous historians. Or max or me or you would have to do that. You just don't have to do if you're nobility grasso. He just stops doing it. he starts doing he. I recommend highly enough this History things article. There's some really great photos of his Is kind of cavernous a state so highly recommend checking that one out but it's true he. He has been spurned by the love of his life. He essentially goes underground in a very real way. He takes a state. This family seat is sort of in the country and he begins to undergo massive massive massive construction projects and it was lucky because The previous duke had been concerned that england was going to see in the future a wood shortage so he planted these massive forests of oak And they thankfully were just starting to come into maturity when william became the duke himself so he had just this. This awesome surplus of building materials. that he was able to hughes to reinforce these tunnels and build all of these additions and it gets a little bit nuts. And we don't quite know exactly. You know what the time line was for some of these products. We do know that during the eighteen years he was in charge of the state..
"portland" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"In the past like the paul thing i also i don't the nick l. me win definitely isn't the same at all but there is a little of we don't see him brought forward as much. I mean we still think it was eddie worked with him and so they talked about nick on the show but they still push for where you know a lot more so you see sort of the decisions that the show makes it who they spotlight and i think moving forward. We'll definitely see each or totally agree. Just because you went doesn't mean you're the you're the superstar of the season the often more personality based overall i did enjoy the season. It was a thrill to be able to watch it. Where do you think we're going next. I would love to see. I feel portland's portland is a location. We've talked for a long time. A lot of a lot of the seasons are locations. We've mentioned have been picked up. Should we say. I wanna see philadelphia. Yeah it's wild that we haven't seen philly yet. I think that would be a really fun location. It's pretty central pennsylvania's underrated. I'm listening to say that. right now. Pennsylvanians underrated stay haley. Hear me out hershey park. Oh yes a attlee. See right at the show for the magical elves. Are you listening. Yes yes yes yes. Yes yes yes i.
"portland" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Anyway. considering arena portland for occasion the summer for weekend. Yeah it does. I am friends in portland. Should really see them at some point dan. I keep wanting to do like vancouver to like san francisco like a train. Adventure and stop in seattle and portland has always done. Drain venture of train may way to see a some countryside. Took a train from chicago to la once once that sounds. I've always wanted to do the ones that are late from toronto to vancouver where it's like. The open not sounds pretty burs across the country trained that that sounds not well plan it was. it was I splurged on like a sleeper car. They had like a bathroom in the car. Beds out why split is paid a lot and but it was like easter weekend and so a couple of states that you're going through the alcohol on the train because there were to follow the liquor laws of the state. You're going through. And i was very upset funny and very well next time you know you gotta bring your own alcohol on that train. Any hobo movie will tell you my shoulder i actually. I would completely be going to thank whoever if.
"portland" Discussed on Premium Hoops
"Now it's tough like you said the injuries tough because rodney hood was such a pleasant surprise when we got to portland from cleveland and so i think he always just kinda has he has like a really weird special spot in portland. Fans like in portland's heart just because of what he did in that for overtime game against denver like he was the dude in that game he and so it's hard to watch him now because he's not mobile he like. You said he probably can guard force. But the the best part of rodney hood. When he was at full strength was you can play him at two and he was a match up nightmare because you could get him and he could get us back to the basket kind of really facilitate out of that out of that role there really kind of pick a spots and it's just not there now. What i'm what. I'm interested to see his one. How portland structured is contract. He's actually might be their most attractive trade peace because his next season a salary is not guaranteed. I believe so that that'll be interesting to see. If he's still hereafter the portland's gonna make a move. It's going to be rodney hood is going to be involved. Yeah i think this year little if he can look good the last couple of data love him though. He's looked good but his his yet cove at the start the year and then i had. I can't remember what injury picked up a leg injury. I believe that kept him out of a couple of games after his career high. I think like you said he's look good when he's playing. I think his offense. He's confident now. I think naseer little is the guy who's gonna probably play rodney hood out of the rotation and then you're probably just gonna use rodney hood for for spot duty or if if there's a i don't know what it is. If either starts coming along or shot starts falling but it's just so hard these achilles injuries to kind of gauge. When guys are going to be ready or what type of player they're gonna be you know moving forward because that is a career altering injury for la perimeter guy so it'll be interesting to see. I think year little is kind of the guy. That's gonna play him out. And i think really with cj mccollum coming back. I think those rodney hood rodney hood minutes. right now. Are going to get relocate or reallocated two different guys in the rotation. Yeah yeah for sure. And it's just speak on the achilles injuries to it's so it's so weird how that's worked out like the last couple of years Because i mean when i was like i mean i'm only twenty three now when i was a kid growing up like those were guys until injuries was like okay careers over And now like i remember rudy gay was like the first guy he came back to sacramento had like his best year of his career. And he's been fine ever since david wa wa in houston right now. It looks like he's almost more athletic than he was before But then a guy like demarcus cousins is hardly move on the court anymore and kevin durant frigging fantastic. This year like Even though he has lost little bursts as mary's kevin durant. Like i mean he can shoot over anyone What just interesting. How it how it impacts guys differently..