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Ignite Portland 4 - Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes - Jeff Hardison
Ignite Portland 4 - Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes - Jeff Hardison
Ignite Portland 4 - Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes - Jeff Hardison
Ignite Portland 4 - Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes - Jeff Hardison
Ignite Portland 4 - Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes - Jeff Hardison
Ignite Portland 4 - Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes - Jeff Hardison
Ignite Portland 4 - Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes - Jeff Hardison
Ignite Portland 4 - Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes - Jeff Hardison
Ignite Portland 4 - Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes - Jeff Hardison
Ignite Portland 4 - Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes - Jeff Hardison
Ignite Portland 4 - Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes - Jeff Hardison
Ignite Portland 4 - Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes - Jeff Hardison
Ignite Portland 4 - Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes - Jeff Hardison
Ignite Portland 4 - Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes - Jeff Hardison
Ignite Portland 4 - Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes - Jeff Hardison
Ignite Portland 4 - Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes - Jeff Hardison
Ignite Portland 4 - Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes - Jeff Hardison
Ignite Portland 4 - Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes - Jeff Hardison
Ignite Portland 4 - Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes - Jeff Hardison
Ignite Portland 4 - Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes - Jeff Hardison
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Ignite Portland 4 - Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes - Jeff Hardison

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  • 1. Five Things Portland Can Learn From Kentucky in Five Minutes Jeff Hardison 10-Year Portlander, Native Kentuckian Twitter: jshardison
  • 2. Make no mistake, I love me some Portland.
  • 3. Portland is the world’s urban planning darling.
  • 4. 1. Kentucky and Oregon ain’t that different! 2. 3. 1.
  • 5. 1. If you don’t agree with someone, it’s okay to tell them.
  • 6. Kentuckians who spoke their mind... to your face.
  • 7. “All I did was stand up for what I believed.” - Muhammad Ali
  • 8. Does this give you license to heckle me from your seat? Uncle Clint says no.
  • 9. 2. Invent something, give it a local name, and sell it to the world.
  • 10. 3. Thou shalt love tolerate thy neighbor.
  • 11. Simply ridiculous.
  • 12. “[Louisville is] one of the most thoroughly integrated urban school systems in the nation.” - The New York Times (7/24/06)
  • 13. Let’s bus ‘em, FTW.
  • 14. 4. Get behind the small guys.
  • 15. At least you have one pro-sports team.
  • 16. “Slint’s music infected the bloodstream of underground rock with as much potency as did the Velvet Underground's 20 years earlier.” - Dave Segal, The Stranger.
  • 17. 5. Know when to hold them; know when to fold them; know when to walk away; know when to run.

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