Discussion in 'Portland Trail Blazers' started by BigGameDamian, Apr 15, 2018.
Well that way I don’t have to leave the basement.
It was an Australian guy. Spudnik something?
That's Lord Johnathan Boyd
I stand corrected!
I work for the county and I can tell you, Deborah being involved is a big show of political support. She wouldn’t have bothered to be involved if this was frivolous.
I'm still basically in the, "I'll believe it when I see it" mode when it comes to the MLB to PDX stuff.
I still am as well, but this is way further along then any other mlb to PDX movement.
I hope it works out for those who want it, I mean I think the soonest it happens is like 2025 or so, but I know there are fans who would be excited about it.
You guys are making me feel REALLY old. When I was in the 7th and 8th grade, my buddies (one of whom’s dad was GM of the Portland Beavers and got us free tickets) and I went to Portland Wrestling at the the old armory in NW almost every Friday night. Those were the days of Tough Tony Borne, Lonnie Mayne, Mad Dog Vashon, Stan “The Man” Stasiak, Sandy Barr, Beauregard, and a bunch more. Shag Thomas was almost always the referee. Frank Bonema was the announcer and things got crazy during a lot of the interviews between matches. After the matches were over we’d go stand at the corner of 12th and Burnside wait for our ride and flip the KISN DJ shit through the window on the corner. Great times.
The midget wrestlers were damn good!
Just like actual mlb baseball in Portland, this thread is now no baseball
Best kind of baseball.
Didn't the demand project say they were aiming for 2020?
Its no longer "baseball, hot dogs, apple pie, & Chevrolet"
Its more like "Hackie Sack, Veggie Burgers, Hummus & Kia"
OB, can you put a tune to that?
nope. No one has ever said that. Where did you pull that one out of?
They do say they want to break ground in 2020.
I rarely to managed to stay awake late enough to watch Portland Wresting back then. I used to live close to the Oregon Sports Arena in the Tamarack Apartments in the late 70's when I was a little kid, but I usually only ever went to Sandy Barr's Flea Market the next day.
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