About big jonny

The man, the legend. The guy who started it all back in the Year of Our Lord Beer, 2000, with a couple of pages worth of idiotic ranting hardcoded on some random porn site that would host anything you uploaded, a book called HTML for Dummies (which was completely appropriate), a bad attitude (which hasn’t much changed), and a Dell desktop running Win95 with 64 mgs of ram and a six gig hard drive. Those were the days. Then he went to law school. Go figure. Flagstaff, Arizona, USA

11 Replies to “Saving Portland from themselves”

  1. The SS crowd has even made it to Bibleburg (no, not that SS, the single-speed gang. Could it have something to do with the “one-way” road to Heaven® as espoused by the toe-tapping theologians at Nude Life Church?

  2. The question is: Would you rather have SS in portland , or a geared bike in Spokane…… I think I will just kill myself instead.

  3. Spokane.. The nastiest little mud hole in all of Washington. (That’s saying a lot when you think about the Horse Molestering that happened in Enumclaw.)

    Spokane also happens to be my home town.

    If given the choice between a SS in Portland or a geared bike in ‘Spo-vegas’ I think I’d rather stick hot salty spoons in my eyes….

    ..just sayin. ;-)

  4. I had a good thing going in Portland until I was dragged to Spokanistan at the age of fifteen. All I did was hate it, until I left. MTB terrain isn’t all that dissimilar from Flag and the nearby ski slopes actually get snow in the winter.

    Oh yeah, and if you think Spokane’s the worst hole in WA you really need to spend more time in Moses Lake.

  5. Sin City If the Spokanistanis want to save Portland from something, how about saving us from living within 300 miles of a garbage-strewn hotbed of intolerance and clean your town the fuck up?

  6. Moses Hole.

    I used to think that there was no lake (disgusting, disease riddled mud puddle) that smelled worse until I moved to Salt Lake City.

    It’s so foul that it’s unimaginable. And if you want to talk about a hot bed of intolerance? LOL!

    Though the mountain biking, hiking, skiing, and other outdoor fun time activities are amazing here.

    Just be careful around the natives. ;-)

  7. Well one thing is for sure , you can find a good selection of new and used cars on the outskirts of spokane, I think that beats anything portland has going for it.

  8. You mean The City Of Spokane Valley? :)

    My mom lives there. She calls it Methapotamia. ;-)

    One…gigantic…trailer park.