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Good luck getting one by the prudes over at the Oregon DMV! Here’s a list of rejected personalized plate ideas from 2023…


Happy Anniversary Foo!

Foo Fighters are currently celebrating their 25th year as a band and to mark the impressive milestone, Dave Grohl posted the most epic throwback photo.This week, Foo Fighters uploaded a picture from their first-ever live performance at a keg party in Seattle.The first half of the caption reads, “There is a moment in every band’s history when you decide it’s time to load the gear out of the practice space and bring the music to the people for the first time. This was ours, 25 years ago today. Keg party at the Marine Store, Seattle Wa….”In the photo, you can see a young Dave Grohl at the helm of the band, guitar in hand and a small crowd watching them. “25 years later, the fear and stage fright may have faded, but the love of making music with my friends is stronger than ever. Happy anniversary, fellas,” the end of the caption read.



Real Life Meth Guy Looks Like Walter White!

The police in Galesburg, Illinois are looking for a 50-year-old guy named Todd Barrick . . . who looks REMARKABLY like Walter White.  And he’s wanted for meth possession.  Cops will Visit every fast food chicken place in ILLINOIS to find the guy!


Nice Hiding Place, mastermind!

Authorities at a Spanish airport were a bit suspicious of this guy flying in from Columbia… they thought he might be hiding a block of drugs on him somewhere.  But where?  Where could it be??


COASST is looking for beach walkers… 

On August 17th from 10am to 4pm (Astoria)  the Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team (COASST) from the University of Washington will deliver a free training session for citizens interested in surveying for marine debris. The COASST Marine Debris program is focused on the intersection of science, conservation, and communities. Rather than simply identifying debris, the program characterizes it and measures its abundance in particular zones of the beach. Through an interactive, hands-on workshop, trainees will learn how to collect data that speaks directly to the source and transport pathways of debris, as well as to the potential harm to people, wildlife, and local coastal ecosystems. The COASST training provides participants with the tools to monitor for potential changes in the marine environment and promote stewardship of local marine resources. The training session on the 17th will be held at Clatsop Community College (Towler Hall, 1651 Lexington Ave) and on the 18th at Port of Tillamook Bay (4000 Blimp Blvd., Suite 100) There will be a short break in the middle of each session for lunch, so please bring your own sack lunch, or money to purchase food in the area. Volunteers need NO prior experience with scientific data collection, just a commitment to survey a specific beach at least once a month. Reserve your training spot for either training by calling COASST at 206-221-6893 or by emailing For more information on COASST visit