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Category Archives: 2010 SepOct
As November nears it’s becoming more likely that we may be living under the last Congress representing the American PEOPLE, at least as we’ve defined “people” since people began. Arguably, that Golden Age is already long gone or never really … Continue reading →
Often, it’s not what you see but how you see it that matters. Radical Cartography is a great website that maps a wide variety of variables like income (above), pet ownership, presidential counties, and evil, all in way that makes … Continue reading →
If you’ve been counting on a free car wash on your next visit, it’s going to be a while. Free Carwash Season ended on September 15, as we’re beginning to look to the Oregon rains to keep our parking lot’s … Continue reading →
If there are any loyal readers of “Your Car Matters” out there, you’ll probably remember our tour-de-force article from May, 2010, entitled “Hey, it’s 2010… Where’s My Jetpack?”, in which we explored the world of the personal jetpack and why … Continue reading →
Our Summer Postcard Contest drew to a close on Labor Day with no winners. We think the most probable reason was that no one had the money this year either to travel or to pay for a postcard. In any … Continue reading →
Greetings! Time once again for us to perform one of our most important civic duties: Vote! Sadly, now that civics is not taught in school many citizens don’t understand their critical duty to stay abreast of the issues and vote. … Continue reading →
The mythical Sellwood Bridge continues to slowly come into focus, and we’re committed to slowly keeping you posted on its progress. Here’s this issue’s news you can use… First, the Community Advisory Committee met in Sellwood on October 4 to … Continue reading →
This month’s Taste of Drew’s Kitchen is a potluck show stopper! Quick and easy, it’s one of Drew’s personal favorites and he guarantee’s that they’ll be one of the first dishes to disappear at any gathering you go to. 6 … Continue reading →
Every vehicle that leaves our shop receives a Post-Service Inspection, whether it was in for an oil change or a new engine. Why? What’s the value of yet another inspection, and why should you care? Our Post-Service Inspection ensures that … Continue reading →
A cool new feature of this month’s election “We need a third party” is a common refrain, but (for better or worse) no third parties can ever seem to get traction. Fusion voting is a way for third parties, even … Continue reading →