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Beaverton/Aloha what's your hangout spot? : I've been living in Beaverton for almost a year now and I've met nobody, I go to work, I come home to sleep, rinse and repeat. I frequent Lovecraft on Thursdays and Hive sometimes on Sundays but those are all the way out in Portland. Really for around here at least during the day I like to walk around the Whispering Woods, and the Tualatin hills nature Park. I'm not very knowledgeable of things to do places to go and everybody I've met either through w
What is there to do after 2 a.m.? : 26/M, I work graveyard shifts 8 p.m. to 4:45 a.m. at Amazon up in North Portland but I live off of highway 170 next to the Tualatin hills nature Park on the border of Aloha and Beaverton. On days like today when I'm not working I'm still awake until 8 or 9 in the morning but because of my work / sleeping schedule I don't usually wake up until about 4 or 5 in the afternoon. I'm not really into bar culture, I occasionally venture out to a bar every now and then
Cedar Hills Dominos : This may be out there, but the Cedar Hills Dominos is hiring for all different hours for delivery drivers. Shifts start an end at all times of the day. This is especially great for people with complicated life schedules. The more people we have, the more people we can help work around their own schedules by giving them the shifts just right for them. Keep in mind some shifts end at 1 to 2 am, so there's availability for the night life people as well. But I haven't gotten to
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