I’ll be joining journalist Nancy Rommelmann and twenty-something Kate Williams at noon, Pacific Time, on Monday for a webchat at Oregonlive. The subject: Is Portland the new Neverland? You should tune in and hurl abuse.
It’s especially ironic that the debate will be taking place four days after the FBI captured a supposed terrorist in Portland, one whom they nurtured and even gave bomb-making equipment to. Get over yourself, Rose City. Real terrorists bomb real cities, whereas half-assed, over-hyped terrorists…
Rommelmann’s article makes reference to the piece posted by Robin Marantz Henig in a recent New York Times Sunday Magazine article, “What Is It About 20-Somethings?”
Rommelmann interviews a variety of 20-something Portlanders (I’m 31, now, but the place sapped the last four years of my twenties) about their feelings on life in the Rose City, including one lady who wants to open a “community yoga center-slash-teahouse.”
I’m in the mix, too. Recounting the same old lines.