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#OccupyPDX! Too Big To Jail! #photo

#OccupyPDX! Too Big To Jail! #photo

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#OccupyPortland protestors stand their ground, push back police. Police retreat.

Victory for the 99%!!!

Much thanks to all who support and participate in the Occupy Wall Street and Occupy Portland movement. The victory against eviction tonight is proof the movement is going to stay strong and multiply to guarantee a promising future for the 99% of the USA.
All men recognize the right of revolution: that is, the right to refuse allegiance to, or to resist, the government when its tyranny or its inefficiency are great and unendurable.     Henry David Thoreau
  I am not among those who fear the people. They, and not the rich, are our dependence for continued freedom.     Thomas Jefferson

Much thanks to all who support and participate in the Occupy Wall Street and Occupy Portland movement. The victory against eviction tonight is proof the movement is going to stay strong and multiply to guarantee a promising future for the 99% of the USA.

All men recognize the right of revolution: that is, the right to refuse allegiance to, or to resist, the government when its tyranny or its inefficiency are great and unendurable.     Henry David Thoreau

  I am not among those who fear the people. They, and not the rich, are our dependence for continued freedom.     Thomas Jefferson

Reblogged from occupyonline

Stickman in Washington Park

Innocent Evil

Innocent Evil


Reblogged from pdxtales
#PDX #HISTORY
pdxtales:

USS Edgar Allan Poe (IX-103) (Seriously!), a Liberty ship built in Portland at Oregon Shipbuilding Corp.
The list indicates an SS Henry David Thoreau was also constructed here.  Like most Liberty ships (and unlike the E.A. Poe), it was strictly a civilian vessel.  Which is good, I mean, naming a Navy ship after Thoreau would’ve been absurd.

#PDX #HISTORY

pdxtales:

USS Edgar Allan Poe (IX-103) (Seriously!), a Liberty ship built in Portland at Oregon Shipbuilding Corp.

The list indicates an SS Henry David Thoreau was also constructed here. Like most Liberty ships (and unlike the E.A. Poe), it was strictly a civilian vessel. Which is good, I mean, naming a Navy ship after Thoreau would’ve been absurd.

Reblogged from pdxinmyeyes

Good #photos! #OCCUPYPORTLAND #PDX

pdxinmyeyes:

Occupy Portland
Jamison Square arrests, 10/30/2011 started at 2:21 am

Reblogged from giannascritterworld

The story continues… #PDX #calicocritters

giannascritterworld:

“The Twins Go To Paris” part 2

Reblogged from johncarleton
Great #photo! #PDX
johncarleton:

Baby in the street - call the cops!
When Officer Barr knocked on my door Saturday morning, it took me just seconds to guess the reason for his visit. And my guess was spot on - someone called the police when they saw me put my seven month old down in the street to take a photo. He asked if I’d been “out for a walk with my baby” earlier that morning, and I laughed and explained that I’m a photographer, and when it’s foggy in the morning I like to take the kids out for photos. That the quiet street makes a great setting. He did kind of a relieved exhale and said something like “I love calls like this - usually the person is like, ‘I don’t know what you’re talking about!’” He took my name, DoB and phone number and was on his way.
I’m not mad about it - if anything I’m happy that people in the neighborhood are aware and concerned enough to report “suspicious” activity. It does strike me as odd that the person watched me put David down, take a photo, pick him back up, go back into the house and thought s/he needed to call the cops. Oh well, better safe than sorry, right?
In other news, Getty selected this photo the same day I put it on Flickr. That’s a new personal best!

Great #photo! #PDX

johncarleton:

Baby in the street - call the cops!

When Officer Barr knocked on my door Saturday morning, it took me just seconds to guess the reason for his visit. And my guess was spot on - someone called the police when they saw me put my seven month old down in the street to take a photo. He asked if I’d been “out for a walk with my baby” earlier that morning, and I laughed and explained that I’m a photographer, and when it’s foggy in the morning I like to take the kids out for photos. That the quiet street makes a great setting. He did kind of a relieved exhale and said something like “I love calls like this - usually the person is like, ‘I don’t know what you’re talking about!’” He took my name, DoB and phone number and was on his way.

I’m not mad about it - if anything I’m happy that people in the neighborhood are aware and concerned enough to report “suspicious” activity. It does strike me as odd that the person watched me put David down, take a photo, pick him back up, go back into the house and thought s/he needed to call the cops. Oh well, better safe than sorry, right?

In other news, Getty selected this photo the same day I put it on Flickr. That’s a new personal best!

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My daughter’s Tumblr page.

FOLLOW HER PLEASE!

giannascritterworld:

“The Four Twins Go To Paris.”

"The Texting Reaper" by Greg Higgins
http://greghigginsart.blogspot.com/
#PDX #art #cartooning

"The Texting Reaper" by Greg Higgins

http://greghigginsart.blogspot.com/

#PDX #art #cartooning


HALLOWEEN IS COMING!!! (SOON)

HALLOWEEN IS COMING!!! (SOON)