Amway Worldwide Dream Builders WWDB is holding Family Reunion in Portland Oregon July 19 – 20, 2014 at the Oregon Convention Center.
These better things to do in Portland than attend an Amway brainwashing conference come from previous blogs. Bottom line is doing anything else is better than going to Amway WWDB Family Reunion. Staying in your hotel room and watching TV is better. Going to McDonalds for a snack is better. Taking a walk is better. Standing in front of the convention center with a bullhorn and yelling at ambots: Amway is a scam, Amway is a cult is much better!
Sorry Portland! I think I already covered what I deem to be your highlights before!
I read an article about the top 10 cities for foodies and surprisingly enough to me Portland Oregon was on the list.
Super-green Portland has earned a reputation for its farm-to-table dining, well-crafted microbrews, w popular — including Namu, excellent Korean-Hawaiian fusion — check out the food truck “pods” at Pioneer Courthouse Square or at SE Hawthorne and 12th Avenue. And don’t be fooled by the notion that these Oregonians are totally health-conscious: another culinary must-stop is Voodoo Doughnuts for its bacon-topped maple bar and the breakfast-cereal-crusted “Captain My Captain.” The link to the original article is dead. Damn them anyway! Use your GPS to find those food trucks.
Voodoo Doughnuts sounds like my kind of place! Can they put some voodoo spells on those fucking assholes in my Amway upline? http://voodoodoughnut.com/index.php Over 90 different donuts! I want one of those Voodoo doll donuts! I get a lot of searchers for “Amway sex” finding their way to Anna Banana’s blog. Maybe because these ambots aren’t getting any because they’re never home!? Voodoo Doughnuts can help those obsessed with Amway sex with the donut creation Cock-N-Balls.
A Google search tells me that Portland has a lot of museums and Oriental inspired gardens and parks. Not really my thing but certainly if someone held a gun to my head and told me to choose between going to an Amway WWDB function or a museum, I’d go to the The Hat Museum. They’ve changed their admission structure. Tours are $75 for 1 to 6 people so it would be cost effective to find 5 other people and it still way cheaper than being bored to death by a bunch of aging Diamonds ripping off IBO’s. http://www.thehatmuseum.com
The last time I did a post like this someone who must have been there added into comments to visit the Pittock Mansion. Admission is $9.50 for adults and slightly less for other age groups. http://pittockmansion.org/
No one will want to miss the Church of Elvis Its in the store window of a shop in Chinatown. Has a coin operated movie that you can plug from the sidewalk. So I’d call it nearly free. Perfect for those who would rather worship the king of roll and roll instead of some sack of shit self professed great Amway God. Spooky coincidence that the poor bastards attending Family Reunion will also be up and about pretty much 24 hours a day because the brainwashing techniques work better on sleep deprivation. I’d rather hear what the Church of Elvis movie has to say at 2 in the morning than the sack of shit Platinum at a night owl! http://www.24hourchurchofelvis.com/
House Spirits Distillery tour and tasting. Yummy! Have to be 21. There is a fee for tasting but if you buy a bottle it will be waived. This will make you forget about those nasty Amway IBO’s! http://housespirits.com
The Oregon Zoo Adult admission is $11.50 for adults. A little cheaper for other age groups. It’ll be fun to visit the bear exhibit and imagine feeding your upline to the grizzlies! http://www.oregonzoo.org/
For anyone really interested in visiting Portland, Oregon and doing tourist attraction things see Trip Advisor http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g52024-Activities-Portland_Oregon.html#TtD for suggestions. Most attractions are museums and parks.