Sunday, November 25, 2007
Tuesday, November 6, 2007
KICKOFF TIME: 16:05
DATE: Nov 3, 2007
THR3: What do you think the score is going to be today?
DN1: 42 – 21
DN2: Yeah pretty close to that, I would say 38 – 5. [laughs]
THR3: How long have ya’ll been out here today?
DN1: Since in the morning.
THR3: Wait. Where are you guys from?
THR3: So when did you leave Sutherlin to get here?
DN1: Five, five-thirty.
THR3: You plan on going back home right after the game?
DN2: Not until all the beer is gone!
THR3: Man, you have a sweet spread, what are you cooking over there?
DN1: Beef sandwiches.
THR3: Mmm, delicious. Are you a season ticket holder?
DN3: Yep, 17 years.
THR3: What do you guys do for money these days?
DN1: We are all in concrete.
THR3: Mmhhhmm. If the Ducks make it to the national championship will you go?
DN1, 2, 3: HELL YES!
DN2: I don’t care where it is,
Friday, November 2, 2007
[WARNING: This interview include excessive profanity, which is entirely normal for the Philadelphian sports fan, but may not be suitable for young children, conservative religious types or respected elders. Please proceed with caution]
DATE: Oct 28, 2007
LOCATION: Southeast Portland Oregon
THR3: What about the cats from
THR3: Yeah, but
PSF: Fucking Philly lives, everyday, the Rocky mentality. It is the Rocky mentality. When they release a new fucking Rocky film, the city has week long celebrations about that shit. Like, Rocky, fuck yeah. Just like Rocky, we will lose every fucking time, but we will never, ever fucking give up...ever! That is the Philly mentality. There is shit to do in Philly, but sports.
THR3: What about when Allen Iverson led the Sixers to the championship series.
PSF: Fuck that. One, we didn’t win. Two, when AI turned into a fucking jackass, we were like “get him the FUCKING hell outta here.” We don’t give a shit about AI. He is a jackass. Philly doesn’t care about our athlete’s talent, we care about the character of who they are.
THR3: What about Terrell Owens then?
PSF: Oh, DOUBLE FUCK T.O.! You don’t fucking disrespect Philly like that.
THR3: He did play in the superbowl game injured though, that has to show you some heart.
PSF: That shit was nothing special. It’s fucking Philly, that shit is expected.
Wednesday, October 31, 2007
DATE: Oct 28, 2007
THR3: How many hits have do you have on your page?
SL69: Dude, I don’t know I don’t have my counter on there bro.
THR3: Well, how many bulletins have you sent out lately?
SL69: Dude, I got bulletins going everyday dude…"come to my party," "suck on my johnson," "let's get drunk and do it," "come with me to Poundtown," everyday I send out something new, its wilin’ bro.
THR3: How many hotties you have sending you comments?
SL69: Dude, it is all big butts all day, dude.
THR3: So that is how you roll? No love for the front but a woody for the junk?
SL69: Just bitches with trunks and pumps…big butts all day…I am the SupermanLover69, bitches I am here to lick and stick!
Monday, October 29, 2007
DATE: Oct 27, 2007
LOCATION: Southeast PDX
THR3: What do you do?
J: I do megabucks…powerball sometimes.
THR3: How much you make?
J: You know, I get a hundred here, a hundred there. I do scratch-its on the side, you know, whenever I have some downtime…but my big thing is KENO.
THR3: What are your lucky numbers in KENO?
J: I can’t tell you. Why should I tell you that?
THR3: Well, give me your first one then.
J: My first lucky number?
J: My very first one was, it is a dead number for me by the way,…29. It’s a dead number. For me. Dead. You can use it though.
THR3: Why is it dead?
J: I will never use that number again. I’ve used it too much. It was too lucky. Way too lucky.
THR3: How much did 29 net you?
J: Ahhh, man, that shit got me like 8 bucks.
THR3: What did you spend it on?
J: Mostly more lottery tickets.
J: Well I got another KENO for a dollar. Then a two dollar powerball. But they didn’t work out. Then I got a couple dollar scratch-its. I got the bowling pins and….what is that fucking guy...pac-man...pac-man madness. Those were like two dollars a piece and I got a few dollars from both of those, so I am making returns…slightly
THR3: You think it is better than the stock market?
J: Well, at least it is stable.
THR3: The stock market is too volatile for you?
J: Well, I am still living off my big bet. I had a big winning off of megaball madness scratch it. It was a four dollar one, I don’t normally dip that deep.
THR3: WOW. That is big baller status.
J: Yeah I know. I got like 800 bucks off that, you know?
THR3: What did you put that into?
J: Basically I am still playing on it.
THR3: How long have you been playing on it?
J: Five years.
THR3: Damn. That’s outta control.
J: That was on
Friday, October 26, 2007
LOCATION: Tony Bento off
THR3: Well, the weather is really amazing today. Some have offered that it is the nicest day of 2007. Would you agree? Or is there another day that sticks out in your mind? Maybe September 3 or August 1st or May 4th.
A: I think any day when there is sun is great.
M: I think today is beautiful.
S: I don’t know. I just moved up here, so I haven’t seen many days to compare.
THR3: Where did you come from?
THR3: So what have you done with the great weather today?
A: Walked around and shopped! [laughs]
THR3: Remember last Saturday went it was cold and rainy and miserable? What did you do then?
ENTIRE GROUP: Party!
THR3: Rad. Any Halloween plans?
A: We are having a party at our house – we all live together.
THR3: Sweet. What kind of costume ideas you have cooking?
ENTIRE GROUP: Slutty!
Enter Two Feathers.
THR3: So you made this belt all by yourself?
THR3: Out of what material?
THR3: Where did you get the leather from?
TF: A friend.
THR3: A friend?
TF: Yeah, downtown.
THR3: So you didn’t skin a cow or anything.
TF: No, no, no.
THR3: How long have you had the belt?
TF: About…three weeks.
THR3: How long did it take you make to belt?
TF: About…I’d say…about a half a day.
THR3: That is pretty quick.
TF: Yeah, look at it. [He shows me the belt. On the inside of the buckle, in LAGRE white print, reads: MADE IN CHINA]
THR3: Wow. That is a quality belt!
TF: I only make the best, man.
Thursday, October 25, 2007
NAME: Stephanie (in white, right)
LOCATION: PDX Fashion Week After-Party
THR3: What brings you to the PDX fashion show?
S: I am a student at the Art Institute of Portland, in fashion design. I came to see what was out there.
THR3: Do you have any friends or associates who are designers? Did any of them display their collections this evening?
S: My teacher, Sharon Blair. Her label is named Blairwear. And one of my friends works for Ana Cohen.
THR3: What was your favorite piece this evening, or favorite collection?
S: I had a lot of favorites, it was an amazing show. However, I absolutely loved Elizabeth Dye’s collection. But really, all the collections were great. It is hard to choose.
THR3: Was there any one piece in particular that blew you away?
S: The “Glass Slipper” [from
S: Yes. I am graduating this fall.
THR3: Congratulations. What is next on the horizon for you?
S: Not sure…wherever designing leads me.
THR3: Aside from designing and fashion, what else in going on in your life that is reason to celebrate?
S: I just got married. July 14th.
THR3: Congratulations again. Sounds like you are winning at life.
S: [laughs] Yes, I guess I am.
NAME: Alex (in black, left)
LOCATION: PDX Fashion Week After-Party
THR3: Do you go to the Art Institute too? Along with your friend?
A: I did. I actually I just graduated. Well…I kind of did. I have one class left until it is official. The dreaded Senior Seminar.
THR3: What brought you to tonight’s show?
A: I designed the logo for PDX Fashion Week. I was able to get to know the people that were running it, and I wanted to come and check it out. Also, I am interested in the fashion scene because I am an aspiring fashion designer myself.
THR3: Are you from
A: I am actually from
THR3: Why is that?
A: It is a cool place. It is so laid back and anything goes. I think a lot of people are attracted to that.
THR3: You said you were an aspiring fashion designer. Where do you take your inspiration from?
A: Basically anything I see can inspire me. It changes everyday. I never have one source of inspiration that I look towards. I look at fashion magazines a lot. However, I do not look at the designs necessarily; I look at the style of photography, and placement of products, etc. I really like everyday life. I can be inspired by anything. Even walking down the street I can see a rock and think, “Wow. That is a really cool rock.” And draw a variety of ideas from it.
THR3: What is next on your plate? What do you have cooking in that pot of yours?
A: The next thing cooking is to find something that can make me some money. Eventually, I want to have my own line. But it takes a lot to get there. In the meantime, I am looking for a job so I can get some money under my belt until I am ready to start my own thing.