Which Portland neighborhood do you call home? Or, are you Moving to Portland?
Walking the streets of Ptown, Writing, Hiking at hood or the coast or whereever, Jamming out on my harmonica, listening to badass music and dancing, Chatting it up with my fellow Portlanders and much, much, much more.Interests:Politics, good conversations, people who love to debate and love at the same time, the environment, beautiful women and souls, colors, understanding the art of living life within a conformists society that doesn't realize it, "sex vs. lovemaking" the arguement... religous people, all things football, water, the history of the world, cooking and all things culinary, legalization, the law in general but most specifically constitutional law and the debates that surround it, standing up for my rights, protecting and providing, allowing my heart to be open once again...and so on and so on...
What do you love about Portland?
Dave Matthews Band, Bob Marley & The Wailers, The Doors, The Band, Toots And The Maytals, Blind Pilot, Sublime, Xavier Rudd, Jack Johnson, Stars, The Shinss, Elvis Costello, George Clinton and all the forms of Parliment and P-funk, Dispatch, Stone Senses, State Radio, Weezer, Janis Joplin, Miles Davis, Common, Dead Prez, Del The Funky Homosapien, The Allman Brothers, Ben Harper and the Innocent criminals, Talking Heads, The Cure, Broken Social Scene, Vampire Weekend, Tenacious D, 10 ft. Ganja Plant, Paul Simon, all things 80's(Im a corny nastalgic kinda guy) dude Ive gotta stop because I like a total wide range of varieties of music from all genres and all regions of the world. This is a start. If you spend time with me, you'll find out I am always expanding my library and I love my music.
What's your favorite Portland neighborhood and why?
I love sellwood because its a small town within a big city.
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