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Old 01-09-2007, 12:33 AM
Location: Socialist Republik of Amerika
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I think it has run its course, I vote to go on to positives. I am not playing Ostrich.
There are better representations of what Oregon is.
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Old 01-09-2007, 09:12 AM
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As long as there is life in Oregon, it will continue to have both its joys and its imperfections. As long as there is life in this city-data forum, it will continue to discuss both. I doubt we here are capable of resolving and closing any public issue.

I do think every post in this thread reflects it's title "I Love Oregon, but...". The question we might ask ourselves is, when a new person comes to this forum with a question, shall we be helpful and try to address it, or shall we set the tone "we don't want to talk about that" or "we have already finished that discussion"?
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Old 01-09-2007, 11:33 AM
Location: Escondido, CA
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I would like to thank everyone who participated in this informative thread. It was a very good question from Cantwait2bthere and we all thank you for bringing up and posting this timely topic. I wish to thank FXRS, YAKKER, AUSTIM_MOM, FLYLOOPER, MUHNAY, FREEDOM, TEFFELA74, PDSSAILOR, DES DEMONA, STEVE 97415, SNB3, and last but not least the observations of RODFARLEE. All of you left plenty of great information for new people searching the forum. You all have done a really great job!! Not wanting this thread to dominate the discussion, I have decided to bring it to a close.

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Old 01-14-2007, 11:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Des_Demona View Post
What's the deal with "meth" that everyone keeps talking about? I mean... tweekers are everywhere so I guess I'm kinda confused about why everyone in Oregon is so fixated on it. I hear that a lot: "watch out for the meth problem" and I wonder what exactly is the problem? Can some Oregonians possibly outline the problem to me? I've heard it thrown around so generally and I'm not really sure what effect it is having on people who do not do it. Here in California (at least Southern) people use meth all the time to get skinny and such shallow goals but it doesn't really affect the people (like myself) who do not use. Would anyone care to elaborate?
Meth will cost EVERYONE. A LOT. Read all about it! If you don't mind scroungy-a$$ed, toothless, smelly and usually mentally unstable folks crowding you out in terms of medical care, eating your tax dollars, and stealing your possessions, then there is probably nothing wrong with a neighborhood full of tweakers.

Read http://www.nida.nih.gov/Infofacts/methamphetamine.html......and hopefully, learn..
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