frauenfelder at April 1st, 2014 13:03 — #1
misterjayem at April 1st, 2014 15:47 — #2
Does she talk about the ad she made promoting American Express' usurious prepaid debit card?
jasonvanderhill at April 1st, 2014 19:30 — #3
I say "BEST BOINGBOING INTERVIEW EVER!" Or at least my fav!
eksrae at April 2nd, 2014 02:21 — #4
I'm at Powell's Books all the time and I never see her there. The last celebrity I saw anywhere around here was the one-armed guy from "Twin Peaks".
Not as thrilling.
cowicide at April 2nd, 2014 02:47 — #5
I'm at Powell's Books all the time and I never see her there.
Maybe she sees you first?
annagranfors at April 2nd, 2014 04:32 — #6
Damn. Beaten to the punch...I was wondering if she bought anything at Meltdown (or Powell's) with her AmEx Black card, received in payment for the ad, with a fat account balance of AmEx $$, cheerfully accepted. And I say this as somebody who LOVED Call The Doctor and Dig Me Out. (Kinda "meh" on the rest.)
Punks just ain't what they used to be. Fuck, who am I kidding...if I had the meteoric career she did, I'd probably be happily suckling at the corporate teat too. Though I'd hope not.
spunkytws at April 2nd, 2014 07:53 — #7
At least in the first three seasons of Portlandia there's a brief shot of Powell's Books in the opening credits. Every time I'd see it I'd think, oh, hey, that's the place that used to send me that hilarious e-mail newsletter about their store cat. At the time that and "Hello Larry" were the only things I associated with Portland.
rjmeelar at April 2nd, 2014 11:57 — #8
The Portlandia theme song has to be in top 25 most underrated theme songs. Also, from what I am told by friends in Portland it sounds like they do a brilliant job of portraying reality.
eksrae at April 2nd, 2014 13:30 — #9
I just tell people it's a documentary.
frauenfelder at April 6th, 2014 13:03 — #10
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