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[Comments] (3) Today's Pictures: The Pacific Northwest: Let's grab our stereotypical outfits and go on a scenic trip. First, it's my 2008 visit to Portland, where I saw Brendan, Kara, and a lot of moss. And a terrifying hypnocow. And Riana! And a donut shaped like a person.

Second, it's a Roy's Postcards supplemental gallery. In 1986 my dad went to the World's Fair in Vancouver without taking me or giving a good reason why I couldn't come. (You may have noticed some residual bitterness on my part.) He brought back a "passport" stamped by the World's Fair pavilions of countries all over the world. But unlike the boring stamps in real passports, these stamps were daring pieces of 1980s graphic design. Some of them, anyway. Let Norway show you how it's done.

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Posted by Riana at Thu Dec 24 2009 11:46

And the donut person bleeds jelly! That is my all-time favorite Voodoo Doughnut menu item.

Also now that I am temporarily someplace where it is cold, I am gonna BREAK OUT THE FLEECE and rock that shit like a mutha.

Posted by Brendan at Thu Dec 24 2009 19:35

Your Portland pictures are infinitely better than the paltry few I managed to take (after lugging the stupid camera pack to the top of the stupid falls).

Posted by Susie at Fri Dec 25 2009 10:09

love you, brother!


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