Friday, May 10 was National Shrimp Day. As we all know, the Bible forbids eating shrimp and shellfish: Deuteronomy 14:10 And whatsoever hath not fins and scales ye may not eat; it [is] unclean unto you. Since we didn’t want homophobes to have the monopoly in taking obscure parts of a very old rulebook meant for people in a specific context and using them to yell at people, we took to the streets…
Smørgåsbørd 1. We go to IKEA. 2. We purchase cheap plates and silverware. 3. We purchase food from the food store, the kind of food that doesn’t need cooking or fancy preparation. Definitely some herring. 4. We buy meatballs and etc. from the restaurant. 5. We meet at the most comfortable model kitchen/dining room, have a nice meal together, and clean up when we’re through. 6. Swedish garb would not be inappropriate. When: Sunday, February 24, 3:00 pm. Where: Meet at the Cascade Station Red Robin, 10005 NE Cascades Pkwy. Bring: At least $10, including smaller bills. We’ll need
… for those not doing Stripper Bingo this year: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/327390 Valentine’s Day Redeemed with La Contessa de la Luna Thursday, February 14th, 2013 FEATURING Sing-A-Longs – Contests – Prizes – Movies – Fun at the Clinton Street Theater Doors open at 6:30 PM Event starts at 7 PM 2522 SE Clinton & 26th Ave, Portland, OR (only 100 seats available) Join us for a very special KBOO RADIO PICTURES Movie Night with a live performance by your favorite late night talk radio host Contessa de la Luna. Followed by Alfred Hitchcock’s movie Rear Window
Stripper Research Labs, part deux Event for PDX Cacophony · By Robert Schiavone Friday, February 8, 2013 8:00pm in PST Safari Show Club at 3000 SE Powell Grab yer lab coat, tape those glasses back together, and polish off that clipboard. We need more research and ideas. If you have prizes to donate to give out- please bring em wrapped (surprise!) for Stripper Bingo. Cards still need to be hashed out and a new location scouted.
It has been enough years now that I think we can write the true happenings behind the Portland Cacophony Society versus the local Oregonian Report that wanted to do a story on us. It started out well enough. He wrote the email address posted on our website and we told him to come join us at one of our monthly meetings. You know, the super secret ones that we post on our website and announce on our mailing list. Not sure why we had to entice him to come, but we thought it would be funny, and threw him some