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    Re: Portland's Homeless Youth- question for Portland RZers

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou View Post
    The food in the city from restaurant to store is WAY better now then it was five years ago, thanks to us "Californians"
    And they're ruining those of us who are attempting to look at purchasing a house not made out of scrap metal, Bond-O, and spit.

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    Re: Portland's Homeless Youth- question for Portland RZers

    I've always heard that the heroin problems are Northwest-wide (read: Seattle), not just something localized to Portland.
    The rain is a pain, that's also why caffeine and beer work so well here.
    And they're ruining those of us who are attempting to look at purchasing a house not made out of scrap metal, Bond-O, and spit.
    True, case in point. The house across the street sold in 3 hours, it's a small 2 bedroom with a finished basement and big back yard, 1 bath too... 305K the woman who lived in it died last spring, she lived there 50 years, bought the place for 5 K.

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    Re: Portland's Homeless Youth- question for Portland RZers

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou View Post
    The rain is a pain, that's also why caffeine and beer work so well here.


    True, case in point. The house across the street sold in 3 hours, it's a small 2 bedroom with a finished basement and big back yard, 1 bath too... 305K the woman who lived in it died last spring, she lived there 50 years, bought the place for 5 K.
    At this rate I'm going to have to wait on my extremely healthy, mid-fifties parents to kick the bucket before I'll be able to purchase something that's a cut above what the Unabomber would expect.

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    Re: Portland's Homeless Youth- question for Portland RZers

    Quote Originally Posted by Doc. Scott View Post
    At this rate I'm going to have to wait on my extremely healthy, mid-fifties parents to kick the bucket before I'll be able to purchase something that's a cut above what the Unabomber would expect.
    I feel for you, I realized the same thing in California about 6 years ago, just sad, lived there for years, went to school there, knew the whole place inside and out and had 20 years of relationships there... but I didn't want to live in an apartment for the rest of my life either. I miss it every day, but damn I like Portland too.


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