Busted by Police for Praying in a Church Parking Lot at 12 Midnight. Warrenton, Oregon



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Night Cops know how much they spark adrenaline rushes in the homeless. This stress is certainly what kills homeless people at a young age. The churches are not safe to be with the police, but they argue that the people break into churches often enough for them to check out everybody. If I was going to break in, I would have been a lot more discrete than I was. What is to stop me from breaking in after he leaves? I now know that I’m clear for a little bit.

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Trane|HVAC|Portland Oregon



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With forward-thinking chefs, green urban spaces, and a laid-back sensibility, Portland, Oregon, makes for the perfect getaway. While the sprawling Southeast area is popular for its indie shops and Craftsman bungalows, it’s also home to Division Street, the city’s newly minted restaurant row. The Pearl District remains its most upscale area, with the shopping and luxury lofts to match, while downtown’s creative hub in the West End caters to hipsters at packed cafés and buzzy lounges. Other popular destinations are: Bishop’s House, Skidmore Fountain, Burnside Bridge, Oregon Holocaust Memorial, ODS Tower, Pearl District, Ankeny Plaza, Pioneer Courthouse, Overlook House, The Portland Building, FlyStyle, Sellwood Bridge, Assumption Catholic Church, Salmon Street Springs, Benson Bubblers, Sellwood Community Center, Old Town, Pioneer Courthouse Square, Animals in Pools, James F. Bybee House, Hawthorne Bridge, Fremont Bridge, Glazed Terra-Cotta National Historic District, Hawthorne, Plaza Blocks, KOIN Building, Eastbank Esplanade, Community Music Center, Battleship Oregon Memorial, Klickitat Street, Save The PT Boat, Inc., O’Bryant Square, St. Mary’s Cathedral, West moon, Sckavone Stadium, Sauvie Island Farms, Saint Michael the Archangel Church, Trevett-Nunn House, First Unitarian Church, Pittock Mansion, Simon Benson House, First Presbyterian Church, Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center, Portland State University, U.S. Bank Building, U.S. Bancorp Tower, Chinatown Gate, Ladd’s Addition, Marquam Bridge, Multnomah Art Center, Old Church, First Congregational Church, Ross Island Bridge.
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Central controllers and most terminal unit controllers are programmable, meaning the direct digital control program code may be customized for the intended use. The program features include time schedules, setpoints, controllers, logic, timers, trend logs, and alarms. The unit controllers typically have analog and digital inputs that allow measurement of the variable (temperature, humidity, or pressure) and analog and digital outputs for control of the transport medium (hot/cold water and/or steam). Digital inputs are typically (dry) contacts from a control device, and analog inputs are typically a voltage or current measurement from a variable (temperature, humidity, velocity, or pressure) sensing device. Digital outputs are typically relay contacts used to start and stop equipment, and analog outputs are typically voltage or current signals to control the movement of the medium (air/water/steam) control devices such as valves, dampers, and motors. Trane custom designs building systems that operate with maximum energy efficiency. This is what customers want and the environment needs. Our commitment to clean air extends from the air people breathe in our customers’ buildings to the air those buildings emit into the atmosphere. Get reliable, efficient heat when you need it with a natural gas furnace from Trane. Built to last, our gas furnaces are the choice for the majority of modern homes with central heating and air conditioning. Whether you are looking for a variable-speed gas furnace, single- or two-stage heating, we have you covered. Our selection of gas furnaces are guaranteed to keep your home warmer, your bills lower, and those winter months a little more enjoyable.
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Celin and Celino Romero Duo Debut in Portland, Oregon – Full Performance



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Celin and Celino Romero, in their debut performance, performing at the First Congregational Church in Portland, Oregon as part of the Portland Classic Guitar series on November 22nd, 2013.

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Punching Rocks – Larison Rock Trail – Mountain Biking Oakridge, Oregon



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One of our favorite trails from Oakridge. Larison Rock had a little bit more character than trails like Alpine or Dead Mountain. Turns, rocks, roots, and jibs kept it interesting. Watch out for those bar bangers!

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Portugal. The Man “New Orleans/Bellies Are Full” Oregon City Sessions



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On December 5, 2008 we went into an Oregon City studio with the goal of recoding our live set. We set up the cameras and mics the and just started playing. What is presented here is a culmination of many years of touring. In particular, it was the end of the The Gold Tour in support of Censored Colors.

With the band about to head into the studio to record their 4th album we knew this would be a moment in time to record before any more evolutions occurred.

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Jägermeister Music Tour Headlined by Portugal. The Man w/ The Lonely Forest

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Washington and Oregon Compared



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Washington and Oregon
Both of the bordering states in these United States like to talk a lot of trash about each other, but they have a lot in common
Both began as part of Oregon Territory, established by the United States in 1848 after originally being inhabited by Native Americans, the Russians, a even the British for a bit.
Both border the Pacific Ocean and are in the infamous Ring of Fire, an area where lots of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions tend to occur. Both are geographically diverse.
And yep, both have similar climates. West of the Cascades, the mountain range that runs north-south through both of the states, gets a lot of rain and the temperature is more moderate, whereas east of the Cascades is much drier with varied temperatures. That’s why you’ll get a picture like this, where you’re in the rainforest, and then drive east five hours and get a picture like this, where you’re basically in the freaking desert.
Both are known for wine.
Some of the best wine in the world is produced from the grapes grown in the Willamette Valley in Oregon and the Yakima Valley, Walla Walla Valley, and Tri-Cities region of Washington. Speaking of alcohol, both states have a ton of craft beer breweries, although Oregon has more per capita than Washington.
Both states have a similar poverty rate and similar income levels, although Washington citizens definitely earn more, on average.
The cost of living is similar in both states, overall, which is higher than most of the rest of the country.
Both states’ biggest industries are healthcare, retail, and manufacturing, in that order, but you can’t mention the two states without their lumber production. They’ve got mad forests, there, I’m telling you.
A lot of people in both Oregon and Washington have lighter skin. Only 4% in Washington and 2% in Oregon consider themselves African American.
Around ⅕ of Oregon residents and Washington residents can trace their ancestry to Germany. Many of the earliest residents of European ancestry of both states came via the Oregon Trail, from the Midwest.
Marijuana is legal in both states, although the laws that regulate it are less strict in Oregon.
Both states lean to the left politically, and typically vote Democratic. Although the Cascades split both states politically, as east of them people tend to be more conservative.
Both states are not that religious. Less residents belong to churches in Oregon and Washington than nearly all other states.

Both border a foreign country. Washington borders Canada to the north and Oregon borders California to the south. Wait a sec…apparently California is also part of the United States. Scratch that, I’m sorry.

So what about their differences? I mean, there are a lot of differences when you nitpick, like the fact that Washington produces much more apples than any other state and Oregon produces more hazelnuts than any other state, but in general terms, there are few major differences.

Washington has a lot bigger population, despite being ⅔ the size of Oregon. Washington has around 7.3 million people, and Oregon just 4.1 million. So that’s why Washington gets 12 votes in the Electoral College and Oregon gets just 7. Washington’s population is also growing more quickly than Oregon’s.
Washington residents are smarter than Oregon residents. Ok, I joke here, obviously. However, more than 41% of Washington residents have a college degree, whereas just under 38% of Oregon residents have one.
Washington doesn’t have an income tax, Oregon has one of the highest income tax rates in the country. That’s quite misleading though, as Washington residents pay some of the highest sales tax rates in the country while Oregon residents pay some of the lowest.