The dream of the 1890s is alive in Portland. {Video}

Via on Feb 3, 2012

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You’ve seen the Dream of the 90s video, right? It’s alive in Portland…ia.

It’s the video that started it all.

“Portlandia recently saw a double-digit jump over its season premiere. It also topped all original primetime shows on cable in playback growth.”

Now, there’s another dream of another 90s….

…The 1890s:

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One Response to “The dream of the 1890s is alive in Portland. {Video}”

  1. Carol Horton Carol Horton says:

    They left out the most important part! What about the radical labor and agrarian movements of the 1890s that fought against the corruption resulting from big corporate and big government power coalescing? They need to update – quick, call Occupy Portland NOW!

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