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oregon – jacob de haan

January 29, 2011 25 comments

exelente musica de orquestra.

Washington?
who has lived/lives in washington [state] and recommends living there?

AND if you moved there when you were a teen in high school…what was it like to switch into a washington school knowing nobody?

Also what cities would you recommend the most?

Answer: Stay on the western side of the mountains. The climate is mild. The people arund here are very acepting and tolerent. You should have no problem. It’s a great place to live. Some sites: Seattle, Mt. Rainer Natl. Park, Puget Sound, Canada is only a couple of hours away.

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Is there an Oregon law stating only natural parents may be called father or mother?

January 27, 2011 4 comments

Is there an Oregon law stating only natural parents may be called father or mother?
I have heard there is an Oregon Law stating only natural parents may be referred to as “mother” or “father” (or their equivalents) but have been unable to find such a thing in the Oregon Revised Statutes. The only thing I have found is mention of it regularly being in divorce decrees. Has anybody out there heard of an actual law explaining this?

Answer:

Answer by Shadow
Do you know why you can’t find anything? Because it isn’t a law. As a matter of fact, it’s unenforceable. It doesn’t even make sense. Who would waste anyone’s time worrying about it?

Can I transfer from Eastern Oregon University to another Oregon university for in-state tuition?

January 27, 2011 Leave a comment

Can I transfer from Eastern Oregon University to another Oregon university for in-state tuition?
I am planning on attending Eastern Oregon University, but I am not from Oregon and am considered an out-of-state resident. Could I transfer to another Oregon University after a certain amount of time for in-state tuition?

Answer:

If your main reason to be in Oregon is to attend college, no. At least at University of Oregon. You might get around the system if you had a job and paid income tax in Oregon.