It's getting to look like a new channel 8 with Jim Donovan missing in action on the weekends, Joe Becker hanging it up after years of faithful service to the station (with Harrington being hired who knows how that went down?)....Kuni gets bought out by an east coast outfit and now chatter is being heard about another big local chain of dealerships in talks to cash out....I find it just mind blowing that Goldman Sachs is paying 5 billion to stay out of prison for 1,000 years....Will we see a fair tax system in our lifetime? It would end the nail biting fear every year for millions of Americans. Senator Jerry Moran of Kansas has a great plan....Kenny Rogers is going out for his final and last tour. The Gambler will sing his hits July 9th at Spirit Mountain with guest star Linda Davis....Market makers on the street say Apple is still the #1 buy along with Disney and Nike. I'm looking forward to reading Phil Knights biography out soon....The new Elvis movie based on when he took off to DC and stalked the White House for a Nixon visit is getting great reviews.....Wine pick of the week is 2008 Luis Latour Corton Grand Cru for $14 bucks. It received 95 points by the experts and they are right on the money.....Great gamer shop opened at 4811 SE Hawthorne. It's called Quarterworld featuring 4,000 feet of pinball action. They serve drinks too!
Every Friday I try to recommend a shop or service provider that I tout....for heating-air conditioning you can't beat Wolfer's. 503-220-1901. They are fair and the most professional in town. If you have Comcast cable don't miss Johnny Carson on 304 at 8pm and repeating at 11 on weeknights. They air Tonight Show's that were 90 minutes on the weekend. Tomorrow night is one not to miss with Dean Martin, Carol Wayne, Don Rickles and Buddy Hackett. (weekends are aired at 7pm)
Nobody makes a real hot fudge sundae anymore....If you know where to get one email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
In the quest to find the best burger in town, give me your recommendations and why its your fav. Kisngoodguy@gmail.com
Now that Mayor Fails is getting sued by a top firm in Portland, Wheeler should be WAKING UP on this issue. I had high hopes for Ted, but a lame campaign to date. If this is just a pit stop to the Governor's mansion, he should start taking this office seriously. We haven't had a Mayor since Whoop Whoop, and he was a great one.
This is a book that will be great! Everything the man does is great.