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Thursday, September 6, 2007


I was complaining this week that the Portland City Council is frequently insensitive to the needs of small businesses. But an alert reader directs me to this detail from a mailbox flyer from Broadway Toyota, which reveals that City Hall policies are actually stimulating some sectors of the local economy.

Comments (4)

The "Pothole Special" comes with a goatee.

We could also conclude that graffiti stimulates the local ecomony because the victims have to buy the stuff to either paint over or clean up the taggs.
I bet that more money is spent on clean up materials than buying spray paint.

Wise lady hit nail on head.

Overheard at Les Schwab today:

"We recommend a front-end alignment every six months; every three months, if you live in Portland."

We're not making this up.

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