City Captain Confronted by Constituents at Chophouse

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  1. Avatar Jaybird
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    The fact that politicians are *STILL* going out to eat in a pandemic will never stop bugging me.Report

    • Avatar Philip H in reply to Jaybird
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      Bugs a lot of the rest of us too.Report

    • Avatar Pinky in reply to Jaybird
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      I don’t know. Any other day I might be able to get angry at the elitism. But aren’t we supposed to be in a de-escalation frame of mind? It didn’t seem like they were complaining about his covid policy or dining out. Especially given the mask and distancing behaviour of the other guy. And, I’m just speculating here based on their demeanor, but I’d bet they would have done the same thing if they ran into him masked in a parking lot somewhere.Report

    • Avatar Damon in reply to Jaybird
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      Well I just had in store sushi with a friend of mine (50% capacity) which is allowed. So, yeah, this isn’t a big deal. What is, is that it’s “his side” that’s up in his face. This isn’t some trump / conservative guys, it’s antifa. They ran him out of his home and now they are harassing him in a restaurant. That’s what you get when you pander to the mob.

      Did he win re-election or did he lose to the more lefty candidate who wore the “communist hero’s skirt”?Report

  2. Avatar CJColucci
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    What are the dining rules in Portland? Does anybody know?Report

    • Avatar Jaybird in reply to CJColucci
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      On January 4th, Oregon was moved from “extreme risk” to “high risk”.

      From the article: “Indoor dining went back online as of January 1 for Clatsop, Lincoln, Douglas, Coos, Morrow, and Baker counties.”

      An article from December 19th says “New COVID-19 restrictions for restaurants started throughout Oregon Thursday, but they differ by county.
      The three counties that make up the Portland metro area, Multnomah, Clackamas and Washington, are all in the “extreme risk” category. ”

      I couldn’t find an article talking about how Multnomah, Clackamas, or Washington were moved from “Extreme” to “High” but maybe your googling is better than mine.Report

  3. Avatar CJColucci
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    What are the dining rules in Portland. Does anyone know?Report

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