According to AAA Play, Oregon has the lowest rate of child obesity in the U.S!
American Charity Donations Hit All Time High – More Than $1 Billion Per Day!
April Lane County home sales totaled 401, a 5% increase over April, 2015! The last time April sales hit this number was in 2005.
During the 3rd quarter of 2015 Oregon household income grew between 1.4% and 2.2%. The national average was 1.3%.
Here’s these Salem brainiacs’ logic: “We don’t have enough cheap housing. So we’re going to make uncheap housing more expensive by charging more for building permits for cheap and expensive housing, which will make uncheap and cheap housing more expensive. By taking that money and using it to build cheap housing and making all housing more expensive we can make it less expensive.” Got it?
Thanks to Lane Co. voters passing the 2013 jail levy the Lane Co. Sheriff’s office has opened 257 additional beds. However, according to the Sheriff’s office, Lane Co.’s population requires another 1,000 beds.
An Oregon eighth-grader, whose brother served in Iraq, was suspended for wearing a T-shirt that depicted an empty pair of boots representing soldiers killed in action. The school said the shirt was “not appropriate.”
We admit it. We need help. So we humbly turn to you, our informed & intelligent readers. Can you translate this for us? It was written by Sidone Smith, Ph.D., Professor of the humanities, Univ. of Michigan in Manifesto for the humanities:
Writing this book, I came to see the new scholar subject as a performative of passionate singularity, hybrid materiality and networked relationality.
This is one sense in which the humanities scholar that is becoming is possibly Posthuman, and a posthumanist scholar. The locus of thinking, for the Prosthetically extendable scholar joined along the currents of networked Relationality, is an ensemble affair…
– The Wall Street Journal, February 3, 2016
And for only $43,476 a year you can send your little darling to the University of Michigan – where she can learn these communications skills!