Meanwhile in Portland by Brasstax - Page 12 - TribalWar Forums
Click Here to find great hosting deals from Branzone.com


Go Back   TribalWar Forums > TribalWar Community > General Discussion
Reload this Page Meanwhile in Portland
Page 12 of 14
Thread Tools
Captain Tele
Veteran³
Immigrant
Old
221 - 10-28-2018, 17:21
Reply With Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Brasstax View Post
I told him if it happens again to ask them where the money came from. It makes a difference.
it sure does

man does this guy piss them off

https://www.facebook.com/FilmYourMarxistProfessors/



an ounce of exposure is measurably worse than rat poison and zyclon b to a state educator these days
 
Captain Tele is offline
 
Sponsored Links
Brasstax
VeteranXV
Contributor
Old
222 - 12-15-2018, 21:50
Reply With Quote
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NjDCH6SiMgo
 
Brasstax is offline
 
Brasstax
VeteranXV
Contributor
Old
223 - 12-30-2018, 03:50
Reply With Quote
Oh Portland - you are so very tolerant.

Portland hotel fires 2 employees who called police on black guest - INSIDER

m a i n e on Instagram: â***8364;***339;Tonight I was racially profiled and discriminated against for taking a phone call in the lobby of my hotel room at the @doubletreepdxâ***8364;¦â***8364;

Quote:
The hotel included an apology to Massey in its tweet on Saturday.

"DoubleTree by Hilton has zero tolerance for racism," the hotel tweeted, adding that it had "terminated 2 employees involved in the mistreatment of Mr. Massey and is working with Diversity & Inclusion experts. Hilton deeply apologizes to Mr. Massey."

Massey spoke out about the incident on CNN on Friday, saying he felt hurt and humiliated by the situation.

"I'm a person, at the end of the day, just like everyone else. And I deserve respect and fair treatment, and I did not receive that on Saturday," Massey said. "I think that there's a lot of perceptions about black males, in particular. That we're threats, and we're harmful, and we're just fearful individuals. And that bias impacts these situations and it's harmful to us as a people."

The police call at the DoubleTree is just the latest in a series of instances where white people have called the police on black people for seemingly innocuous behavior, prompting viral outrage and raising concerns of racial bias.

In October, a white woman in Brooklyn called the police on a black child she wrongly accused of sexual assault, later admitting she had been mistaken. In April, two young black men were forcibly removed from a Starbucks in Philadelphia by police as they sat in the café waiting for a business meeting.

In May, a graduate student at Yale University was questioned by police after a fellow student reported her for sleeping in the common area of their dormitory. In June, one black firefighter in uniform was reported to police as he conducted a city-mandated inspection on homes in a neighborhood in Oakland, California.
Poor ****er. This is exactly the kind of **** you are in for with these SJW, democrat cities. You are far better off with your tolerant, liberal Trump supporting brethren.
 
Brasstax is offline
 
HaPpY
VeteranXV
Contributor
Old
224 - 12-30-2018, 05:39
Reply With Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Captain Tele View Post
gen z seeing some stuff that is wayyyyy too red pilled wayyyyyy too soon

they going to turn into one very interesting bunch for sure

Why Democrats Should Be Losing Sleep Over Generation Z

most conservative since WW2 daaaaaaaaaaamn and now we see why



good times......hard times cycle repeats itself
i guess hard times has been last decade or so and about to be over... i guess i wont need to work on my autoevolutionary AI to invent a zionist targeting virus after all
 
HaPpY is online now
 
Captain Tele
Veteran³
Immigrant
Old
225 - 12-30-2018, 17:16
Reply With Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by HaPpY View Post
i guess hard times has been last decade or so and about to be over... i guess i wont need to work on my autoevolutionary AI to invent a zionist targeting virus after all


we haven't seen anything yet

we have just begun the Balkanization experiments in the
 
Captain Tele is offline
 
Captain Tele
Veteran³
Immigrant
Old
226 - 01-12-2019, 21:15
Reply With Quote
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSw79yRnDVs

it made the list

it is :listed:
 
Captain Tele is offline
 
Brasstax
VeteranXV
Contributor
Old
227 - 01-12-2019, 21:40
Reply With Quote
Ha ha - it has a humanitarian crisis
 
Brasstax is offline
 
Brasstax
VeteranXV
Contributor
Old
228 - 01-12-2019, 21:52
Reply With Quote
I was thinking of doing a study called:
The economic and environmental impact of homelessness in Portland, OR.
 
Brasstax is offline
 
Smiling Canadian
Veteran++
Old
229 - 01-12-2019, 23:47
Reply With Quote
Unless you conclude before hand that homelessness is good for the environment and good for the economy you won't get any funding...
 
Smiling Canadian is offline
 
SuperTrap
VeteranXV
Contributor
Old
230 - 01-13-2019, 11:32
Reply With Quote
Gone: More cases emerge of Saudi students vanishing while facing Oregon charges | oregonlive.com

Quote:
The Oregonian/OregonLive has found criminal cases involving at least five Saudi nationals who vanished before they faced trial or completed their jail sentence in Oregon. They include two accused rapists, a pair of suspected hit-and-run drivers and one man with child porn on his computer.

The five cases share many similarities:

- All were young men studying at a public college or university in Oregon with assistance from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia at the time of their arrest.

- In four of the cases, the Saudi government stepped in to help, posting large sums of money for bail and possibly underwriting legal fees.

- Three surrendered their passports.

- All disappeared while facing charges or jail time.

- The same Oregon defense attorney, Ginger Mooney, was hired to represent the four most recent suspects.

- Little is known of the whereabouts of the five, though some have been traced back to Saudi Arabia.
 
SuperTrap is offline
 
Brasstax
VeteranXV
Contributor
Old
231 - 01-19-2019, 19:49
Reply With Quote
Portland as it once was is doomed. Something natives have known for many years. However, the writing is on the wall.

1) One of the things that has made Portland so awesome is the downtown area and surrounding industrial districts. The old buildings. The wealth of small businesses that come and go.

2) That is all about to be replaced with dense, multi unit, all-in-one, self contained living, working, shopping, schooling, low-income friendly towering heaps of **** and all the old construction will be replaced.

I have watched the city weaponize the homeless to drive out small business. I have watched the city gentrify blacks out of existence. I have watched the government do this "in the name of the people". We have a humanitarian crises on the streets. We let people rot.

Why?

It is clear to me now. I am not a genius. I am a pretty simple person. Obvious things take some time to sink in.

Look at this first -


Now - I recently heard a blurb about "Opportunity Zones".

Quote:
The Opportunity Zone program was created by the Republican federal tax overhaul that passed late last year. It is meant to attract investment to low-income or economically distressed areas.
Now - how is Portland going to leverage this?

Read this -
Bloomberg - Portland Opportunity Zones

Quote:

On a wet December evening, Mark Goodman steers a black Mercedes SUV into an open-air parking lot, one of dozens of development sites his family owns across downtown Portland, Ore. This one, he says, will be a $206 million tower with ground-floor retail, six floors of offices, and more than 200 luxury apartments. Amenities will include a yoga studio and roof deck. But the centerpiece will be a swimming pool that cantilevers out of the eighth floor. ***8220;The one thing I can say absolutely with certainty***8212;it***8217;ll be the finest for-rent product in the city,***8221; Goodman says. It***8217;s also eligible for a U.S. tax break meant to help the poor.

Portland is about to see a flurry of construction because of a provision in the 2017 tax overhaul that led to the creation of more than 8,700 ***8220;opportunity zones***8221; across the country***8212;areas that, in theory, have been ignored by investors and need generous tax breaks to catch up. But Oregon did an audacious thing: It selected the entire downtown of its largest city to be eligible for the law***8217;s suite of benefits, as well as neighborhoods such as the Pearl District, where new high-rises loom over old industrial spaces converted into ***8220;creative***8221; offices and boutique furniture stores sit near juice bars serving açai bowls. The Central Eastside, an area that Portland***8217;s alt weekly crowned the city***8217;s ***8220;best food neighborhood,***8221; is also included.


Quote:

That***8217;s turning this city of about 650,000 into a microcosm of what critics see as one of the biggest problems with opportunity zones: Among a nationwide patchwork of struggling areas, there are a small number of thriving communities that may draw an outsize share of investors***8217; cash. In some cases, the law may boost returns on investments that would***8217;ve happened anyway. Some projects ***8220;could get more money than entire states,***8221; says Brett Theodos, a senior researcher at the Urban Institute who has studied the policy.

Goodman and his brother Greg are canny investors. But this time they just got lucky. Their grandfather started a parking lot business in Portland in the 1950s that they and their dad expanded over the years to include roughly 200 sites around the area. Portland***8217;s famed street-food scene owes much to their decision some years back to turn over a few lots to the carts. In 2013 the family sold the business but kept the land. Their Downtown Development Group now has more than two dozen properties in the city that they hope to build on themselves or with partners.

At first the Goodmans didn***8217;t know about the incentives, which allow investors to defer and reduce taxes on capital gains they***8217;ve already earned if they reinvest the money in the zones. (New investments in these low-income areas are exempt from capital-gains taxes if held for more than a decade.) Once the maps were set, though, the brothers realized their windfall: All but one of their development sites were in areas eligible for the breaks. They***8217;d been thinking about bringing in a financial partner on the luxury tower and decided to market it to investment funds hoping to claim the benefits. ***8220;We***8217;re getting fantastic interest,***8221; says Goodman.

To qualify for inclusion, almost all opportunity zones had to have poverty rates above 20 percent or family incomes that are no more than 80 percent of the area median. A handful***8212;such as swaths of Oakland, Calif., and New York City***8212;are generating buzz because they***8217;re already in the path of development. Yet even among these sought-after areas, Portland stands out. More than 40 percent of commercial real estate investment there during the past three years fell within areas now zoned for the tax breaks, a far higher percentage than in any other major U.S. city, according to a recent analysis by Real Capital Analytics Inc.



Portland***8217;s zones are so atypical that Barry Sternlicht, the real estate investor and founder of the Starwood hotel chain, used the city as a punchline when he criticized Congress for passing the tax breaks. ***8220;That***8217;s not a blighted district,***8221; he scoffed on a recent conference call. ***8220;Only in Washington would they say this helps the poor.***8221;

Portland is in many ways a study in contrasts. The city long ago became a magnet for new-economy workers drawn to its indie music and food scenes, as well as a cheaper cost of living than in New York and San Francisco. As the former lumber town grew, real estate developers rushed to sand over its grittier edges for these new arrivals, who***8217;ve pushed up rents by 43 percent since 2010. Nevertheless, the poverty rate remains stubbornly high***8212;a product of the fact that downtown, with its Nordstrom and Apple Store, also includes low-income housing. In neighborhoods such as Old Town Chinatown, it***8217;s not uncommon to see homeless sleeping in tents near a new food hall.



That such areas were picked for the incentives has something to do with the rushed and imperfect process for designating zones. After the tax law passed in the final days of 2017, governors were given 90 days to select the areas they wanted to nominate from a list of low-income census tracts in their states. Officials in Oregon pulled employment data for each eligible zone to figure out where growth was strongest, on the theory that the best predictor of future investment was past economic activity. They also sought input from local leaders, American Indian tribes, housing advocates, businesses, philanthropies, and community organizations.

***8220;We were looking for zones that had some kind of a mix between a real ability to attract investment as well as a real need,***8221; Jason Lewis-Berry, an economic adviser to Oregon Governor Kate Brown, told state legislators in May. Surprisingly, some of the people most likely to benefit from the incentives barely took notice of the process. Early on, officials invited real estate developers to one of their meetings, says Nick Batz, government affairs and policy manager for Business Oregon, the state***8217;s economic development agency. ***8220;I don***8217;t think many came,***8221; he says. ***8220;If I recall, it was one or two.***8221;

The level of interest shot up when the selections were made. Like the Goodmans, Todd Gooding, the president of Portland developer ScanlanKemperBard, recognized the potential. ***8220;I said, ***8216;Holy crap, we***8217;ve got to put some time and energy into this,***8217;***8201;***8221; he says. About a dozen blocks on either side of the Willamette River, which bisects the city, would be eligible for the breaks. ***8220;That***8217;s probably the best set of options on the entire West Coast,***8221; he says. ***8220;Now everybody***8217;s running around like a chicken with their head cut off trying to tie up real estate.***8221;



Graham Taylor, a commercial broker at CBRE Group Inc., says about 50 investors signed confidentiality agreements to look at a property with development potential during the first week he had it listed in December. ***8220;Our interest is double what I would have expected a year ago,***8221; he says. The kinds of investors are also different. In the past, private real estate companies would have been the main bidders. Now, he says, big institutions such as banks and insurance companies have raised money to spend in opportunity zones. ***8220;It***8217;s really creating a lot of buzz in this market.***8221;

Whether this flurry of activity ultimately benefits low-income residents is uncertain. ***8220;Take out your crystal ball,***8221; says Justin Douglas, a policy, research, and compliance manager at Prosper Portland, the city***8217;s economic and urban development agency. ***8220;It could have extremely positive results. It could have really negative ones.***8221; Efforts are underway to ensure some of the gains go to the needy. Tad Savinar, a former member of Portland***8217;s design commission, says he***8217;s encouraged city officials to expedite permits for ***8220;community-oriented***8221; projects, such as low-income housing and job-training centers.

Portland, like several other U.S. cities, has tried to address climbing rents by forcing developers of larger apartment buildings to include affordable units. But the policy, which went into effect in February 2017, is largely seen to have backfired. A surge of projects was proposed before then to avoid the requirement, and now the pipeline of new developments has slowed to a trickle because there***8217;s a glut of supply and builders say the requirements don***8217;t make sense economically.

Some local developers say opportunity-zone tax breaks could make the math work again. ***8220;We***8217;re going to have some affordable housing***8221; because of this, says Vanessa Sturgeon, whose Sturgeon Development Partners is raising money to construct a new tower in one of Portland***8217;s zones. ***8220;There is really no fail-safe way to implement a policy like this. But I do see it doing a lot more good than harm.***8221;

The Goodmans***8217; luxury development won***8217;t be required to have any affordable units, because it was proposed before the city requirement went into effect. But other apartment buildings the family is constructing nearby will. Mark Goodman says he understands the criticism of some of Portland***8217;s opportunity zones, especially the one that includes the Pearl, ***8220;our toniest district of all.***8221; But there are other areas in the city that were languishing and could use a boost, he says.

On the bright side, the incentives have spurred interest among investors who want to own properties for the long haul, because the biggest potential tax benefits come for investments held for more than a decade. For a family that sees its legacy in finding a higher and better use for parking lots, that sort of patience is important. ***8220;We want a multigenerational community feel here, something our kids can be proud of,***8221; Goodman says. ***8220;The opportunity zones codified what we wanted to do all along.***8221;

At the end of the day, the blame for projects that don***8217;t fit the spirit of the law rests with Congress for enacting such a flexible set of incentives, says the Urban Institute***8217;s Theodos. ***8220;Don***8217;t hate the player, hate the game.***8221; ***8212;Noah Buhayar

So - now it becomes more clear on why the homeless are allowed to stay on the streets.
How all you locals have been ****ed right in the *******. How the state operates.

Why do they want to pack so many people into small areas - so they can carry the electoral. The depth of the shenanigans.

Who, in their right mind would want to live in such tightly packed high rises? Where are the people going to come from?

What if the units were funded by the state? O wait - they are to some extent. Ala the low income program.

If you step back to 30K feet and look at this model - what you see is a breeding zone for blue votes. A way to claim being "depressed" down on the street level. A way to build a new layer on top of that and to build walls around the voters. To coddle the voter. To entice the voter to reproduce. A way to encourage others to come to our "sanctuary city". A way to suck the tax titty and buy a vote.

I am looking forward to getting off this crazy ass train here in Portland next year. I have seen the future. The CA dream. It is horrible. And vacant. Total control and manipulation of the lives of individuals to get at their vote, their pocketbook and their offspring.
 
Brasstax is offline
 
Last edited by Brasstax; 01-19-2019 at 19:51..
Captain Tele
Veteran³
Immigrant
Old
232 - 01-20-2019, 17:19
Reply With Quote
great post never would have seen this without you

so it is just like the old 80's movies

they intentionally drive down prices and ruin section of cities so that central planners can build areas back up again (with others money and effort) in hopes of cutting themselves some kind of permanent sweetheart deal and arrangement

well the West coast politics is officially caught up with the East coast I see

same game going on there for over a century

this is why Trump got into politics......got sick of being on the **** end of that stick. rather be the one deciding the central planning.

look at that new Amazon headquarters and the garbage going on there and it explains politics in big cities perfectly. we really do have the best government and political representation money can buy. stolen money tax exempt.
 
Captain Tele is offline
 
Captain Tele
Veteran³
Immigrant
Old
233 - 01-20-2019, 18:17
Reply With Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Brasstax View Post
Their plan is to pack voters into dense low income housing communities.
If they bring across people who qualify as "poverty level" - they are playing the card for federal tax cuts and garnering additional taxes to construct breeding/voting/subservient worker clusters right in the center of the electoral meccas. And - spread that model out. I am watching it happen in Portland. It is happening elsewhere. Go take a look at "opportunity zones".
and yet talking about AGENDA 21 is considered a conspiracy theory

instead of fact

i mean the mission statement is right there on the UN website

repeated over and over again
 
Captain Tele is offline
 
Brasstax
VeteranXV
Contributor
Old
234 - 01-20-2019, 18:17
Reply With Quote
The plan is laid bare. With open borders and "sanctuary" city status, they have new voters to pack into these dense high-rise - Sodasopa from South Park like buildings. They pad the voter base out to make sure the state stays Blue. They drive the Red out into the country and lock the state down.

My vision of Portland is a two level monstrosity - the street - ****ed. Homeless, druggies, sick - people who can't or won't vote. This allows Portland to play the "depressed economic card". What a joke. But, if you can manage a vote - you get entry into a dwelling that is paid for by other people's money. You go to work for the plantation. You are schooled in the plantation. You reproduce in the plantation. When the seams are busting, you head out to other plantation cities in an effort to lock the country.

This is the real reason the "open borders" thing is so hot right now. No one who is already here wants to live in one of those ****ing buildings.
 
Brasstax is offline
 
Captain Tele
Veteran³
Immigrant
Old
235 - 01-20-2019, 18:39
Reply With Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Brasstax View Post
The plan is laid bare. With open borders and "sanctuary" city status, they have new voters to pack into these dense high-rise - Sodasopa from South Park like buildings. They pad the voter base out to make sure the state stays Blue. They drive the Red out into the country and lock the state down.

My vision of Portland is a two level monstrosity - the street - ****ed. Homeless, druggies, sick - people who can't or won't vote. This allows Portland to play the "depressed economic card". What a joke. But, if you can manage a vote - you get entry into a dwelling that is paid for by other people's money. You go to work for the plantation. You are schooled in the plantation. You reproduce in the plantation. When the seams are busting, you head out to other plantation cities in an effort to lock the country.

This is the real reason the "open borders" thing is so hot right now. No one who is already here wants to live in one of those ****ing buildings.
the two most progressive states in Union are NY and CA

leading the way with this model

of highest economic growth but also highest pay inequality

wealth disparity

and worst POVERTY in the nation

at this point I don't see any other way of looking at it......any other goal or outcome that they could possibly be shooting for





I see 3rd world slums and poverty (sad)

they see GDP and people ripe for abuse, rent extraction, and usury (good)

now add to this the push for climate change and higher minimum wage

while also fighting harder for open borders......so increasing our carbon footprint with endless more people to feed while increasing low skilled labor lines (supply vs demand)

they aren't just trying to enslave us all but succeeding

you 100% see what is happening and thank you for your posts on this

i wouldn't miss one of them
 
Captain Tele is offline
 
Last edited by Captain Tele; 01-20-2019 at 18:41..
Captain Tele
Veteran³
Immigrant
Old
236 - 01-20-2019, 20:34
Reply With Quote


how many of these buildings fall inside that zone in your map, Brasstax?

Portland City Council Votes to Label All Earthquake-Unsafe Buildings - Blogtown - Portland Mercury

You think we just pieced this puzzle together?



I bet we did

and here I thought this was devious

De Blasio hints at ‘vacancy fee’ for landlords of empty storefronts - Curbed NY

nothing like what Portland is doing.......well played
 
Captain Tele is offline
 
SuperTrap
VeteranXV
Contributor
Old
237 - 01-20-2019, 21:14
Reply With Quote
Get out Brasstax!

Family killings in Oregon and southwestern Washington: a recent history | oregonlive.com

Quote:
Authorities say a 42-year-old man killed four members of his family Saturday night near Woodburn. The massacre reflects the persistent tragedy of domestic violence, which proves deadly for dozens of people in the Pacific Northwest every year.

Oregon recorded 32 domestic violence deaths in 21 incidents in 2017, according to the latest state data. Another 37 were killed in 2016.

Incidents on the scale of Saturday’s tragedy are infrequent but devastating. Here’s a look at the recent history of such killings in Oregon and Southwest Washington.

January 2019: Authorities say Mark Leo Gregory Gago killed his girlfriend, their infant daughter, his mother and his stepfather at their home north of Woodburn. Sheriff’s deputies say they shot Gago as he was attacking an 8-year-old girl.

March 2018: Authorities believe a Southwest Washington woman, Jennifer Hart, intentionally drove a sports utility vehicle off a cliff into the Pacific Ocean in northern California. The dead included her wife, Sarah Hart, and six children.

January 2017: A Marion County man, Keith Kroeker, killed his wife and three children before killing himself.

July 2011: Jordan Adam Criado of Medford killed his wife and four young children. He was sentenced to life in prison, without parole.

April 2011: Tuan Dao of Vancouver, distraught about his bankruptcy and failed marriage, set an Easter morning house fire that killed him and five of his children. Dao's wife Lori and their 13-year-old daughter were not in the home during the fire.

November 2009: Steve England shot and killed his wife, Cindy, and her son, Kevin Coleman, 28, and then killed himself at their Forest Grove home.

November 2009: Mukesh Suthar, unemployed after being laid off from Intel, killed his wife, Varsha, and their son, Ronak, 9, then himself in their Bethany home.

November 2009: Ceantwaun Barr shot and killed his estranged girlfriend Tameka Medina and their 4-year-old sone, Ashawn, before killing himself in Portland. Their older daughter, in school that day, was spared.

September 2007: Ruby Kuca, 5, was killed by her parents, John and Luray Kuca, when they committed suicide by carbon monoxide poisoning in a sealed bedroom of their Portland home.

March 2006: Somkhilth Soulinho, 31, shot and killed his girlfriend, Soupaphane Homsombath, 24, her 8-year-old son, Lionel Homsombath and stabbed her 5-year-old daughter, Leana Homsombath. He then shot himself.

June 2004: Charlene A. Dorcy, of Hazel Dell, shot and killed her daughters Brittney, 2, and Jessica, 4, in Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Dorcy turned herself in that night.

December 2002: Edward Paul Morris of Portland killed his 31-year-old pregnant wife Renee and their children, 10-year-old Bryant, 8-year-old Alexis and 4-year-old Jonathan. He left their bodies in the Tillamook State Forest. Morris is serving a life sentence in Snake River Correctional Institution.

March 2002: Robert Bryant, his wife, Janet Ellen Bryant, and their four children are fatally shot in their McMinnville-area home. Police think Robert Bryant killed them in February before killing himself with a shotgun.

December 2001: Christian Longo killed his wife, MaryJane, and her three children, and dumped the bodies in coastal inlets in Waldport and Newport between Dec. 19 and Dec. 27. Longo is later arrested in Mexico and sentenced to death for the slayings.

September 1995: David Whitson, 36, of Issaquah, Washington, shot and killed his 36-year-old estranged wife, Laura, and their three young daughters as they tried to run from him in Scotts Mills. Less than a year later, Whitson, hanged himself while in prison.

January 1992: Seng Chow Saechao, 31, a Laotian refugee, poisoned herself and her three young children in Portland. Two of the children died after drinking a concentrated solution of the pesticide diazinon. Saechao was sentenced to three years in prison for manslaughter and attempted manslaughter.

Nov. 20, 1983: Robert Galloway of Portland fatally shot his wife, Mary Lou, their four children, the family dog and then himself in their Southwest Portland home. The parents were partners in J&J Remodeling Co.
 
SuperTrap is offline
 
Captain Tele
Veteran³
Immigrant
Old
238 - 01-21-2019, 04:36
Reply With Quote
ban on plastic straws and plastic bags

got to save that environment

so they can take something like this



and make it like this

 
Captain Tele is offline
 
Edofnor
VeteranXV
Old
239 - 01-21-2019, 13:06
Reply With Quote
tbh u should probly pick a "like this" pic that isn't filled w/ plastic bags and bottles when ur railing against the bag ban
 
Edofnor is offline
 
Captain Tele
Veteran³
Immigrant
Old
240 - 01-21-2019, 13:34
Reply With Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Edofnor View Post
tbh u should probly pick a "like this" pic that isn't filled w/ plastic bags and bottles when ur railing against the bag ban
i'm sure there is a plastic straw in there too

fixing 0.01% of the problem still leaves 99.99% of the other problems last i checked

more hungry mouths to feed bigger issue than what they are eating with and out of

for more on this please check my poop map
 
Captain Tele is offline
 
Page 12 of 14
Reply


Go Back   TribalWar Forums > TribalWar Community > General Discussion
Reload this Page Meanwhile in Portland

Social Website Bullshit


Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guests)
 
Thread Tools

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off


AGENT: CCBot/2.0 (https://commoncrawl.org/faq/) / Y
All times are GMT -4. The time now is 01:06.