Numerology information Portland:

numerologyName Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive


Definition funny of Portland:

urban1. A city in the northern part of Oregon, One of the only cool places in Oregon (unless you love nature) and one of the few cool places in the Northwest. It's a small city that has a good atmosphere and nice people. It ain't no mother fucking New York City but it still rules. 2. Portland, Maine

urban1. The City of Roses, PDX, Bridgetown, USA 2. Not as good as Portland, Oregon.

urbanLargest city in Oregon and the only fun place in Oregon as well, except mt hood and bend. We are all members of blazermania, but hate the team when they suck. Brandon Roy is basically god to portlanders. We hate seattle and everything to do with it. Blacks have north portland, white trash has gresham, rich whites have the west hills and lake oswego, middle class whites have Beaverton, asians have bethany amd rock creek, and the mexicans have hillsboro, it's pretty simple. We don't have sales tax and we'll do just about anything to keep it that way, even if it means taking money from the schools. We all love nature and the outdoors, most portlanders go to the beach or the mountain on weekends. 23rd is our 5th avenue. We also have burgerville, probably the best fast food restaurant ever. Portlanders are extremely proud of the city, it's pretty much the best place to live.

urbanKey terms if your a tourist: Freddies= Fred Meyer, we buy pretty much everythig from there Civil war= football game that's basically bigger than the superbowl. U of O vs OSU MAX= lightrail train, NEVER ride it in Gresham, you will be raped Terrwilleger curves= at 6 in the morning and 6 at night, pretty much hell on earth Hillsburrito= How portland solved illegal aliens, we gave the mexicans their own city to fuck around in. Democrat= we all are, don't bother asking Sunriver, cannon beach, and bend= our heavens on earth 1977= the year the blazers won the NBA championship, everyone knows this PDX= airport Requirements in portland: At least one article of clothing must be Nike. Adidas is not ok, reebok is non existant Support the local breweries and coffeeshops. Although there are 40 starbucks within a mile where ever you are Never carry an umbrella, true portlanders love the rain Never go into voodoo doughnuts and complain about having bacon on your doughnut, that's just the way it is If you go to the rose gardens, you are automatically labeled a tourist Drive fast, only asians are allowed to go 55 on the highway, otherwise 70-80 is the real speed limit NEVER HAVE AN U OF O AND OSU BUMPER STICKER ON THE SAME CAR!!!! Your car will be burned and thrown in the river Know how to pronounce willamette and couch correctly, if mispronunced you will be thrown into the river

urbanThe nicest city In the United States. Lots to do for active Liberal minded outdoor folk. Laid back atomosphere. Much better than Vancouver BC or Seattle. Those two cities are rude and filled with thugs and drugs and annoying folk. Especially Vancouver, My HOME. I would like to relocate in Portland some day in the future.

urbanGo Blazers, and then to the book store. Portland in a nutshell. Beatifull women as well.

urbanPortland is the largest city in Oregon and is located in the northwestern part of the state, directly across the Columbia River from Washington. Portland is known for its liberal politics, its many parks, independent music, independent businesses and its proximity to the Columbia River Gorge, the Cascades (Mt. Hood in particular), and the Pacific coast. Its nicknames include the City of Roses, Bridgetown, Stumptown and PDX (after the city's airport). The city is divided into "quadrants" (there are actually 5 sections) north and south by Burnside St. and east and west by the Willamette River. North Portland is located norht of downtown, but east of the river which curves westward at that point. Some well-known musicians from Portland include the Dandy Warhols, the Decemberists, Lifesavas, Sleater-Kinney, the Mooney Suzuki, Elliott Smith, the Shins, Stars of Track and Field, and Pink Martini. Famous authors from Portland include Chuck Palhniuk, Beverly Cleary, Ursula K. Leguin and Katherine Dunne.


Songs about Portland:

songsPortland, Maine by Tim McGraw from the Album Sundown Heaven Town (Deluxe) [+digital booklet]

songsOregon / Portland Town by The English Country Blues Band from the Album Unruly

songsPortland Rain by Everclear from the Album Welcome To The Drama Club

songs(Nothing But) Flowers (Live From Portland) by Guster from the Album Guster On Ice - Live From Portland, Maine (CD w/ DVD) [Explicit]

songsPortland by American Hi-Fi from the Album Blood & Lemonade

songsPortland, Maine by Tim McGraw from the Album Sundown Heaven Town [+digital booklet]

songsPortland Rain by Low Tide Drifters from the Album Progress and Porchlights


Books about Portland:

booksBreakaway (Portland Storm Book 1) by Catherine Gayle (Dec 11, 2013)

booksPortland is Weird: The Official Unofficial Guide to the City's Uniqueness by Benjamin A Zanol (Jun 19, 2013)

booksRichard Estes' Realism (Portland Museum of Art) by Patterson Sims, Jessica May, Helen Ferrulli and Portland Museum of Art (Jun 3, 2014)

booksPortland City Walks: Twenty Explorations In and Around Town by Laura O. Foster (Oct 15, 2008)

booksThe Portland Collection: Contra Dance Music in the Pacific Northwest, Revised Edition by Susan Songer and Clyde Curley (Nov 15, 2011)

booksPortland Storm: The First Period by Catherine Gayle (Dec 4, 2014)

booksIn the Zone (Portland Storm Book 5) by Catherine Gayle (Nov 20, 2014)


Movies about Portland:

moviesPortland Cello Project Live in Concert 2012 NR CC - Runtime: 23 mins Directed by: LLC Baeble Media

moviesCulinary Travels American Orient Express-Portland to Sacramento 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 27 mins Directed by: Dave Eckert

moviesGarden Travels Heucheras Portland Japanese Garden 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 22 mins Directed by: Mark Morro

moviesGood Time Golf Portland Maine 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 25 mins Directed by: John Lovelace

moviesForgotten Noir Collector's Set 1952 NR - Runtime: 7 hrs 8 mins Starring: George Raft, Dorothy Hart, Paul Stewart, et al. Directed by: Harold D. Schuster, Kurt Neumann, et al.

moviesBump-The Ultimate Gay Travel Companion Portland 2011 NR - Runtime: 26 mins Directed by: Bumper2Bumper Media

movies"IN YOUR FACE!", 1970s Wrestling, Portland Ore. 2009 NR - Runtime: 28 mins Starring: Bull Ramos, Jimmy Snooka, Dutch Savage, et al. Directed by: Ray and Migdalia Etheridge


Wiki information Portland:

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Portland is the largest city in the U.S. state of Oregon, near the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia rivers. According to the 2010 Census, it had a population of 583,776, estimated to have reached 609,456 in 2013, making it the 29th most...

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Portland is the largest city in the U.S. state of Maine and the county seat of Cumberland County. In 2013, the city proper had a population of 66,318, growing 3 percent since the census of 2000, while the urban area had a population of 203,914. The...