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Damn, who knew Bobby Orr is an @$$hole.

"NFL legend Brett Favre and hockey star Bobby Orr endorse Trump"

They're always after me Lucky Charms.

"New York troopers find cocaine stash in boxes of Lucky Charms; Worcester man charged"

David Gilmour - Marooned, Coming Back To Life, Sorrow

Neil Young - Down By The River

My ballot in Oregon is showing that it was recieved on 10/24.

I dropped my ballot off in Oregon today.

Portland -Statues toppled, windows smashed, riot declared downtown

"People knocked over a statue of President Abraham Lincoln in downtown Portland on Oct. 11, 2020. Someone spray painted the words “Stolen Land” on the base (KOIN).
Multiple statues were spray-painted and toppled in the park blocks. The windows and glass doors to the Oregon Historical Society were smashed out."
" the crowd.

The first warning from authorities came an hour earlier, around 8:30 p.m. when police tweeted that a “mass gathering” had formed in the park blocks near SW Park Avenue and SW Madison Street. “Some are trying to pull down a statue with a chain,” said police via Twitter. Authorities went on to issue a public warning that anyone involved in criminal behavior would be subject to arrest."

Portland - OSP troopers federally deputized amid renewed Portland protest response

"PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Oregon State Police troopers responding to the ongoing protest-related unrest in Portland have been federally deputized, state police confirm.

State police tell KOIN 6 News they’re working with the U.S. Attorney’s Office to review arrests made by troopers assigned to Portland for potential prosecution. The troopers assigned to Portland have been cross-deputized by the U.S. Marshals.

The Multnomah County District Attorney Mike Schmidt previously announced his office would presumptively decline to prosecute certain misdemeanor charges stemming from the protests, a move which resulted in criticism from law enforcement agencies, including state police in mid-August.
“OSP is not criticizing any officials and we respect the authority of the [Multnomah County] District Attoney, but to meet the Governor’s charge of bringing violence to an end we will use all lawful methods at our disposal,” an Oregon State Police spokesperson said."

Portland 90th night - Riot declared outside Portland's City Hall

"PORTLAND, Ore. — A protest outside Portland's City hall was declared a riot around 11:20 p.m.

Protesters took to Portland’s streets again for a nightly demonstration. On Tuesday evening, the group gathered at Shemanski Park in the Southwest Portland park blocks and marched to Portland City Hall. Upon their arrival, police declared an unlawful assembly.
The front of City Hall is all boarded up but protesters were able to find an unlocked door and went in, according to New York Times correspondent Mike Baker. Some people spray-painted walls and broke windows."

Portland - Night 85 ends in riot: More property destroyed, 9 arrested

" during a riot at the North Precinct of the Portland Police Bureau on the 85th consecutive night of protests in the city.

PPB reported several officers being targeted by protesters who reportedly threw a railroad spike, eggs, bottles, golf balls, rocks ball bearings, plastic eggs filled with paint and balloons filled with feces. Additionally a street sign was torn up and used to vandalize police cars; windows were smashed and tired were deflated, according to PPB.

A Boys and Girls Club van was also the target of vandalism. Police said some people in the group broke the van’s window."
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